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Re: CES franco neuro

Posted by Elroy on February 21, 2005, at 18:41:21

In reply to Re: CES, posted by franco neuro on February 20, 2005, at 11:50:47

Oh ho!

That does sound interesting... Well, here's hoping that you have at least as good of results as "Ron" did!

One of the things that impressed me with Dr. Braverman was his attitude (in the book) that pharm meds are quite often necessary... but that it is his goal to get patients off of pharm meds as soon as feasible and use supplements (neurotransmitter boosters), etc., as much as possible.

I think that is one area where the CES unit might very well come in to very positive effect. With the CES unit balancing the "electronic wavelengths" of the brain and balancing neurotransmitters, and the neurotransmitter boosters providing the fuel, it seems that an actual cure is much more likely.

Would nice to see him keep expanding his clinics... like something into NE Ohio. Well, if you get the opportunity, see if they know of any MDs in NE Ohio who follows the "Braverman Philosophy"... :)

Either way, keep me posted on how things go with him!


> Elroy,
> I probably didn't make it clear but I'm currently seeing Dr. Braverman! It's only been 2 months and I've only been there a couple of times so far. I'll try to briefly fill you in. My friend with the CES device. Let's call him Ron. I met this guy and his girlfiend in the local Vitamin Shoppe about 2 years ago. We started talking about mercury poisoning and became fast friends. This poor bastard has been on disabilty for about 8 years. He's 36 and if you saw him he looks as strong as an ox. But he's had all kinds of problems. He was diagnosed with chronic fatique. This guy had travelled all over the country to some of the best known CF docs and had even gone to the Mayo clinic. He had PET scans and MRI's and all kinds of exotic blood tests. All to no avail. Last spring he was in his car listening to the radio and on comes a commercial about PATH medical center and Dr. Braverman. He buys "The Edge Effect" and decides to go see him. The first time you go you spend about 8 hours there and do all kinds of written personality tests and give a lot of blood and do the brain mapping and finally consult with Dr. B. Anyway, (sorry about the run on paragraph) Dr. Braverman tells him that his main problem is that he's bi-polar. Ron is like i considered that but I don't believe it. Braverman puts him on Lamictal. Ron says he took it before. But of course like a lot of bi-polars he didn't stay with it. Braverman tells him he has to take it exactly as he prescribes and keep taking it. To cut to the chase it's been 7 months and the guy says he feels better than he has in 10 years. Not 100% but close. So I baught the book. Read it. And went. I'm hoping he can do the same for me. We'll see...




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