I’m a skeptic, especially about cure-all devices and medications. They tend to sound too much like snake oil to me. On the other hand, I also realize that the US for-profit medical industry often ignores or tries to bury non-patentable cures for diseases, so I keep an open mind while remaining skeptical.
If someone came to me and told me about MRT (Magnetic Resonance Therapy), with all its proposed benefits, I would have shrugged it off as snake oil. It just seems too good to be true. But that’s not how I came to know about MRT.
My mother-in-law, Arlene has Parkinson’s Disease. PD has no cure, all the medications do is slow the degeneration and eventually they lose their effect.
Ernie is building MRT machines with the intention of selling them to U.S. medical professionals and clinics. While pursuing those goals, Ernie lets people use his MRT devices for no charge and with no claims of effectiveness. He has a tip jar in his office where you can make a donation to help defray the electricity costs. He takes careful notes on the progress or lack of progress of his guests so that when he applies for FDA approval, he will have documentation of the benefits.
Ernie provided documentation that MRT can help slow the progression of PD and in many cases reverse the symptoms quite a bit, adding to the patient’s mobility, mental acuity, and life span.
Brother-in-law Kevin is a word famous surgeon and acknowledges that US, European, Asian, and Australian health care industries use MRT for a number of healing uses that differ from country to country. These uses include bone healing, arthritis relief, pain relief, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, nerve regeneration, depression, wound healing, and more. He added that it wouldn’t hurt to try it but he didn’t know if it would help or not.
So in the August of 2011 my wife Leilani and I took Arlene down to Ernie’s 3 times a week for the month. After all, Kevin said it can’t hurt, and it might help.
Rather than sit in the waiting room while Arlene was on one of the MRT devices, Leilani and I decided to use them at the same time as Arlene — after all Kevin said it can’t hurt.
At the end of that month at Ernie’s I noticed a few things about my own body:
• The arthritis pain in a previously injured finger was minimized. At first it got a little worse, I read that is normal, and then got somewhat better. The pain before MRT was so bad, I installed a footswitch on my computer and used it for the Shift and Ctrl keys so I wouldn’t have to use the finger, I was rubbing DMSO on it and swallowing a lot of pills.
• The painful and clicking mouse trigger-finger is still clicking but with only discomfort instead of pain.
• The bursitis pain in my hip was totally gone. It was so severe at one time I though I was going to be a candidate for hip replacement. I minimized the pain by going on an anti-inflammatory diet and taking a lot of supplements, and the MRT took away the rest of the residual pain.
• Heel spur pain was almost gone. I had plantar fasciitis a couple of years ago. Using the splints and shoe inserts 90% of the pain went away. The MRT sessions minimized the discomfort.
• My eyesight improved. I wasn’t expecting this at all. I’m farsighted, which means nothing is in focus, but far things are less out of focus than near objects. The compromise made in the prescription lenses allowed the closest focus to be at comfortable reading length from my eyes and about newspaper-sized type. I noticed it first on my Android phone keyboard. I could actually see the difference between the comma and period. Then I started looking for fine print, and discovered I could read anything printed, no matter how small the typeface. I hadn’t been able to do that for decades!
• My mental acuity was noticeably improved.
Leilani had similar experiences with decreased joint pain, increased mental acuity, and eyesight improvement. So I figured that MRT was not snake oil — in at least those areas.
Six months later. What did I notice
• Pain in my injured finger is a thing of the past. No discomfort at all.
• Mouse trigger-finger no longer clicks and also has no discomfort.
• Hip pain is completely gone.
• Heel spur pain is completely gone.
• Eyesight is even better than it ever was – it’s truly amazing. Everything looks better and clearer, art, people, nature, computer screen, and reading is much less tiring.
• Tinnitus acquired from an allergic reaction years ago is greatly reduced. Many more almost quiet days and many fewer loud days, this is subjective as my tinnitus is variable, but I’m sure of it.
• Allergies lessened and my Eustachian tube dysfunction is gone.
• Greater mental acuity – from recalling names to working out problems in my head.
More energy and a general feeling of well-being. It’s like I’m 10 years younger. I’m even walking much faster.