Jerry was a tall man, age 46, intelligent, polite, trim, but barely able to walk, and looking visibly discouraged. Jerry’s chief complaints were progressive weakness in his left leg, numbness in his left hand, and fatigue.
If there’s one branch of medicine where conventional (allopathic) treatments have known and admitted shortcomings, it’s in treatment of brain injuries, concussions, post concussion syndrome, seizures & epilepsy, whiplash, stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage (subdural hematoma). Risky surgeries or procedures to remove extravasated blood & relieve pressure, rehabilitation and side-effect laden medications to palliate symptoms are the only options offered. There is no cure for these conditions in conventional medicine.