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I have been using coMra to stay fit and meet the demands of my athletic activities, combined with my daily job, family, and often late night work to catch up with projects. I never stop to be amazed at the ability of coMra to keep me in shape, or help me regenerate faster. Just recently I played an exhausting whole day tournament in a 6-a-side football competition, where I got injured and thanks to coMra I could get back in shape in an extremely short time. It was a very hot sunny day and my team did not have enough players to rotate on the field, so we played with only two substitutes for the entire tournament. I got a knee strike in my left thigh during the first game and could barely walk on that leg, but I had to finish the game and also keep playing throughout the day.

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HEADACHE AND MIGRAINE FACEBOOK SERIES

Welcome to our Headache and Migraine series. This is a summary of a series of posts that we introduced on Facebook from December 2013 - January 2014.

Rather than simply presenting findings and results from our Research department, we wanted first of all to share some other interesting information about headaches and migraines. One of the issues around headaches and migraines relates to misinformation, as well as a lack of acknowledgement of these serious and very real disorders. So this was the purpose of this initial phase; to educate people with more general information.

The second and third phases and their purposes are introduced in more detail below. In the second phase we are inviting you to join us on a journey of sharing our own experiences of using coMra-Therapy for treating headaches. In the third phase, we suggest a holistic approach towards healing primary headaches and illustrate this through our experience of using coMra-Therapy for headaches in a case series.

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ABSTRACT

This report describes the results of use of the Delta Laser in treating Multiple Sclerosis. The case study participant, a 50 year old female, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999. She experienced 1-2 attacks per year that led to permanent neurological damage. Starting in September 2010, daily coMra-Therapy treatments resulted in a very significant reduction in a wide variety of different types of pain, and an improvement across a wider variety of symptoms, including greater vitality, increased coordination and balance, mobility and physical function. Her use of medication for symptom management and especially for pain, has substantially reduced. In her own words:

"... whilst all of my MS symptoms have not disappeared and although pain often makes its presence felt in a strong manner, the use of the Delta has allowed these symptoms to be short lived and be managed.

The Delta allows me to continue with a very good quality of life – working, gardening, going for long walks, shopping, cooking, dressing, bathing – activities that many MS sufferers do not have the luxury of doing."

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I would like to introduce a medical doctor and his personal experience of coMra-Therapy, as well as how he is actively using coMra-Therapy in his practice.

 

Dr Peycho Zlatev, MD, has worked as a doctor for all his life after graduation, which totals more than 41 years. He says that he learned the trade as young internist in his home town of Dryanovo, where during night duties he was on his own and had to take decisions in the moment in emergency cases. For more than a decade he headed the Cardiovascular department of a national sanatorium in Bankia, with a capacity of 105 beds dedicated to people with post-stroke conditions, infarcts, hypertension and so on.

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Fracturing a rib is a very painful experience, and it usually occurs through a direct blow to the ribs. Considering that your lungs expand and contract on each inhalation and exhalation, having fractured ribs will cause severe pain and discomfort while the bones heal.

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Most people have friends or relatives who suffer from chronic pain. Today, managing chronic pain is a growing problem. Research has indicated that more than 1.5 billion people worldwide suffer from chronic pain, and that chronic pain debilitates up to a quarter of all adults in the United States. (2) In South Africa, where there are far fewer statistics, it is estimated that back pain costs the country R2 billion annually. Back pain is also the leading cause for disability in South Africa for workers between the age of 19 and 45. (1)...

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My first experience of the debilitating pain was on Thursday, May 31st, 2012. As soon as I had fully cooled down from training at home, after taking a shower and eating dinner, I noticed significant pain coming from my left leg’s groin area when I stood up.  I had to limp, since applying any pressure onto the leg was very painful. I proceeded to treat it that night by irradiating a point on my groin with the Delta’s medical terminal at 5Hz for 2 minutes and at 50Hz for 3 minutes. I also did the hip joint arthritis treatment.  I continued to do these treatments over the weekend....

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Extract from: "Phototherapy and the Peripheral Nervous System"

By Roberta Chow, M.B., B.S.(Hons.), F.R.A.C.G.P., F.A.M.A.C., Ph.D.

“Effects of laser irradiation on the peripheral nervous system (PNS) underlie the potential for phototherapy to be acknowledged as a mainstream therapy for the future. Pain and inflammation are among the most important manifestations of PNS function and the spectrum of diseases with these symptoms and signs, from osteoarthritis...

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Claudi Lemoine, Clinical Massage, Hermanus.

“A lady of 68 came with osteoporosis in her back and right hip. She had a very stiff body and a little voice almost like someone who is too shy to talk. I started to treat her along her spine ...

 

Helen H. from Knysna, South Africa

“The night I had my first nervous breakdown was the start of my erratic health condition. For three months I struggled to keep sane between constant hot and cold flushes; uncontrollable shaking; heart palpitations; intense pain in all limbs; headaches; sinusitis; nausea; stomach cramps; kidney pain and insomnia. I was diagnosed with kidney failure, severe arthritis, brucellosis, low immune, poor nervous system and heart failure. Fearing the worst I visited a cardiologist. Following a series of tests the results concluded I had Fibromyalgia, aka Emotional Stress Overload.

“Fibromyalgia is a chemical imbalance in the brain resulting in...

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