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Andrew K Fletcher:
It has taken a little over 4 months to reproduce the same positive affect experienced by people using Inclined Therapy to help recover from multiple sclerosis. Early days yet. The report below, and the entire thread, in case you may have missed it is highly relevant to this discussion. Objections were initially raised and were addressed.

Now after 4 months of Inclined Therapy, which clearly is sufficient to reverse a significant amount of nerve damage from ms and other medical conditions including spinal cord injury.

Thanks to Foreverspring and her patience we can begin to understand how much her condition has altered and is altering over the months and as the months go by, based upon many case studies from people with ms, we shall undoubtedly see more improvements from such a simple non-invasive method.

Some time back on a thread relating to spinal cord injury in the carecureforum, a number of people took it upon themselves to invent all sorts of reasons to falsify the evidence before them, suggesting that some of the people writing about their recovery were fabricated by myself, even though many had been members of the forum for years and some were known to other members of the forum and had even met each other?

Why is it easier to believe someone could spend fifteen years of his life helping others for no monetary gain and pretend he must have some alternative motivation than to accept that this is for real?

The question is, why so much resistance when the evidence is there before you?

//www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3D7tBQfCxQ The report on the video is factual!

Andrew K Fletcher

Andrew K Fletcher:
Lady with multiple sclerosis, 68 years young report following 6 months of Inclined Therapy.

Andrew K Fletcher:


PostPosted: Sat Aug 22, 2009 10:14 pm
I did it! Shocked I am so filled with a sense of wonder that it almost feels like a dream, but I actually did it!

Today I went on a 4 hour hike in the mountains with some family members. We climbed over rocks and tree roots to a lovely lake at an elevation of over 11,000 feet. The round trip was about 6 miles, with the return in the heat of early afternoon. The only little discomfort experienced is in my arthritic knee joints.

This was my first hike in more than 15 years! Shocked It never could have happened without the changes due to the inclined bed. I was not the only person in the group to be highly impressed by this feat! What a difference 6 months on the inclined bed has made! Very Happy


Andrew K Fletcher:
The Liberation Treatment: A whole new approach to MS

Professor Zamboni on Canadian Television

Series of videos A MUST watch!

Andrew K Fletcher:
Erika reverts back to sleeping flat for one week after sleeping inclined and following stent surgery as part of the above Liberation Treatment.

Read what she has to say.

Erika was also featured on a video during her stent procedure.


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