Amongst some of the amazing results seen with this treatment technique were the following:
- 40 years of pain GONE in just 5 days
- A 10 year old girl, in pain since birth, pain-free in a week
- Ability to walk up stairs pain-free after only a few minutes
- Immediate return of strength in seconds
- Raynaud's disease symptoms eased
- 'Blue' legs (venous congestion) cleared
- Irritable leg syndrome reduced
- Improved sleep patterns
These and many more are evidence of the effectiveness and necessity of Myo-flow, and they continue to prove that without the control of the circulation, recovery is less likely to be complete. Myo-flow is used in conjunction with other physical treatments, but can be used on its own if required.
How is it applied?
Myo-flow is the application of specifically placed cold or heat in areas where the blood flow can be influenced into the nervous system. Unlike orthodox applications, the time of application is minimal and is NOT intended to treat symptoms, but to treat the CAUSE of the condition which has resulted in pain. When nerve cells in the ANS become fatigued, they cannot generate their own blood flow rate, let alone the blood flow to other areas of the body. Myo-flow manipulates existing blood vessels, shunting blood in and out of the nervous system, thus restoring its function and ability to control all blood vessels. The treatment is quick, accurate and highly effective in a very short period of time.
How long does it take?
Like most other treatment techniques, the more chronic the condition, the longer the recovery. Nervous systems generally take longer to recover than other systems, being so specialised, however, if acute, it can recover very quickly. Peter postulates that the nervous system is the first system to become dysfunctional in the whole pain process, and can be involved long before pain is felt. So treating the nervous system will often continue beyond the symptoms being relieved. Treatment is done as often as possible following specific protocol.