Setting Recovery Timelines
"It doesn't matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop."
In order to set realistic recovery expectations, we must first understand the problem, the type of disease involved, the depth of damage, the type of tissue involved, their respective regeneration potential, and the age of the client. There are various reasons why one person will recover faster than another. One considerable factor in speed of recovery is age. For example, a young person will generally heal more quickly than an elderly person. The bodies of the young have more vitality and their genetics support faster repair and recovery. Another factor to examine is the length of time a person has been ill. Acute symptoms will usually resolve faster than chronic issues.
Expectations must be set within the limits of the technology and the regenerative capabilities of the body. Healing from chronic illnesses, although possible, rarely happens quickly. Often people only seek our help after they have already tried and failed for many years with surgery and medications. If the person has been ill for a long period of time, or has received many medications, surgeries, or invasive treatments, it can sometimes be like putting a jigsaw back together again. It is possible, but a challenge and sometimes a long road. In these situations, it can take some time for permanent, dependable healing to take place.
Problems in the body have different degrees of involvement that we call levels. The energetic level, the physiological level, the pathophysiological level, and the pathologic level. Most health problems have at least an energetic and physiological level involved. When there is any damage to tissue or cells there will almost always be some degree of pathologic involvement. When there is a pathology, the goal is to firstly facilitate the body in removing the pathogen and then to repair and regenerate the tissue as much as possible. Unfortunately, due in many cases to misdiagnoses or the efforts of mainstream medicine to treat only the symptoms of an illness, the majority of people come to us only when they have already reached this debilitating level and so recovery is more challenging and can therefore take more time. This doesn’t mean we cannot help, but it is details like these that must be taken into account when setting realistic recovery timelines.
The good news is that the body is constantly repairing and regenerating itself, with various tissues having various regeneration cycles. Intestinal cells in some cases can regenerate in 72 hours. Skin and muscle cells may repair in 2 to 3 weeks. Bone can take up to 7 years to fully repair. Some tissues like ligaments, tendons, nerves, spinal discs and brain cells can be a bit slower to repair. But Biomagnetism works at a cellular level and has the ability to considerably accelerate the body’s rate of regeneration and can facilitate the body in performing tasks that without the therapy it may find impossible, including the elimination of certain recovery inhibiting pathogens. Once these pathogens have been successfully removed, the body has an amazing ability to restore optimal function in areas once considered beyond help and subsequently, can fully repair and regenerate itself. Biomagnetism has the ability to potentially help almost any acute or chronic health issue. And we will try to treat any illness. But there are no guarantees and clients must be evaluated on a case by case basis. No two bodies are the same and no two treatments are the same. Each person will be assessed and treated as an individual and we will do everything we can to get the best possible outcome.