Hope for the Hopeless
In thinking of a heading for this section, I thought, should I call it “You’re Not Crazy?” Or maybe, “The Last Ditch Clinic?” So many of the people I see come in after having exhausted all of the conventional treatment methods. They’re not crazy, but they often feel the need to say it out loud: “I’m not crazy!” But they feel crazy. They’re having definite symptoms, which can be anything, really. Some of the most common ones include: urinary frequency (especially at night), headaches, digestive problems (bloating, diarrhea, constipation), loss of libido, allergies, panic attacks, recurrent infections or slower-than-usual healing, depression or anxiety even though there is “nothing to be depressed about,” muscle weakness, over-sensitivity, muscle twitching and spasms, sudden fear of flying… you name it! When conventional imaging and testing comes up empty and there seems to be “no reason” for the strange symptoms, I can say with near-certainty that the cause is an over-loaded brain. It’s like trying to run too many programs on your computer at once. Things just start acting wonky. You need to close down windows, maybe restart the system. If you’re not too savvy, you might not know how to check for things that are running in the background and causing problems. This is usually what’s happening in the brain when a multitude of mysterious symptoms shows up and don’t respond to conventional treatments. Fortunately, there is a way to see what’s running in the background, and there are ways to get them to stop. To find out of this is what’s causing your problem(s), I invite you to schedule a free consultation as soon as possible. (Please note in your message whether you are seeking a consultation in Sacramento or in San Francisco.)
First Consultations are always Free
Your first consultation is always free, and includes a thorough discussion of your case history and determination of whether it makes sense to move forward with a specific NIS or NET evaluation and treatment, or whether it makes sense to refer out to a more suitable practitioner for your individual case.
Sacramento appointments can also be made through the online appointment book, or by calling (916) 779-4613 or e-mailing an inquiry. (E-mail will get faster response during the weekdays.) An in-person consultation is the best way to get a true sense of an individual's case. From there, we can determine if and how to move forward.
Definition of Insanity
All together now, folks: “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results.” I once had a strange little quasi-consultation on the phone with a man who was not sure about whether it was time to come in for a consultation. He asked a lot of questions, got a lot of answers, but then said, “I think I’m going to just wait a little longer and see if it works itself out.” Fair enough, I said, and how long have you been waiting already? “About two years…” Wowzers. It sounds absurd, but… how long have YOU been waiting to see if something will “just work itself out?” Once you do the math, you might be surprised. With the exception of a few self-limiting problems (a bruise, small cut, common cold, fractured pinky toe…) most problems that are significantly negatively impacting your life are not going to “just work itself out.” Life is short, and even the healthiest body is going to eventually wear out and die. Don’t waste your most precious assets: your time and your health. As the old saying goes, it’s not about adding years to your life, it’s about adding life to your years! Here, we’ll look for things that nobody has looked for yet and offer solutions that you have not considered yet. I want you to get your time and your life back. Don’t be crazy. Schedule a free consultation. :-)