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Fibromyalgia pain is greatly reduced

by admin on December 24, 2013

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By the time I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2007 I had already been in debilitating pain for 4 years. I had seen every Western Medicine doctor I thought could help me and had been dismissed and ridiculed. With the diagnosis came hope that since it had a name, maybe they could help me. I did everything the fibromyalgia specialists told me to do, spent tens of thousands of dollars on treatments not covered by insurance–and still I was so sick I could not get out of bed and could not take care of my own children. I left a job with short term disability, was refused long term disability payments and returned to work in more pain than ever. In 2012 I was recovered enough that I could return to work, but still taking prescription pain medications at least twice daily and most days 3 times daily. Then I heard of the Life Vessel. I read all I could about it, still didn’t really understand it, but I was impressed by the testimonials of people I knew who had had good results. After receiving one Life Vessel treatment, (Which is 4 sessions over a 3 day period.), I felt better than I had in 10 years. I was able to be up and moving with NO pain most of the time. I was able to be active without a second thought of the pain consequences that would typically hit after activity. Most remarkably, I have only had 4 doses of pain medication since the treatment series nearly 3 weeks ago. I know that people are skeptical of the term “cured”, but what else can it be called when I have had essentially no symptoms in nearly 3 weeks?

Forever Grateful,
Danelle Denney, R.Ph.

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