REHABILITATION AND NUTRITIONAL BALANCING
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© August 2015, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Many people ask how to do rehabilitation using nutritional balancing science, if it is even possible, and how well it works. The answer is that it can work beautifully if one does it right. Here are some tips:
1. For physical rehabilitation in a person who cannot chew or eat normally, please read carefully the article entitled Smoothies and Blended Meals.
2. For cardiac rehabilitation, the program can work well. This includes post-heart attack cases, heart failure, and even cardiomyopathy. For some of these cases, the use of the near infrared sauna is particularly helpful. A sauna can be constructed around a hospital bed, if needed, or the lights can be used by themselves until a person is capable of getting into a sauna. The lights alone will not be as effective, but they work to a large degree, in fact.
3. Coffee enemas can be given to a person in bed. It is not quite as easy, but with a good bed pan and a skilled person, it is not too difficult.
4. Each case will be different, but the same principles of nutritional balancing science always apply. Please ask for assistance from me or from one of our practitioners if special needs are present.