|Introduction: 70% of chronic neurological ailments typically respond to MEA treatments (Magnetic Field Therapy).
Even though Magnetic treatment takes at least 160 hours for chronic problems, there are few accepted surgical interventions available for these conditions. Furthermore, the risks associated with brain surgery are considerable.
Special thanks to Dr. Larry Pierce in North Carolina for some of the Parkinson’s testimonials.
Magnetic Therapy Treatment of Neurological Disorders, Injuries, Ailments (Non-surgical)
1. Stroke: Patrick von Mauck – 76 Years Old
Diagnosis: 4 strokes
Starting Condition: Loss of hearing (left ear). Loss of vision (left eye).Neo magnets Loss of feeling in sole of left foot. No feeling in fingertips in left hand. Slurred speech and stumbling to the left while walking. Inability to get in and out of cars easily. Drooling from left side of mouth with .
Results: “Thanks to the treatment at cms MAGNETICS, I now walk straight and steadily. Speech is much improved, drooling gone, even though I still have trouble spitting. My speech is not slurred and my hearing has greatly improved. The focusing of my left eye has slowly, but steadily improved. My only complaint at this time is the lack of sensitivity of the middle finger of my left hand.
“I am now closing in on 300 hours of magnetic therapy and look forward shortly to 100% recovery. I want to thank Dr. Stokesbary for all his time and effort in getting me back Neo magnets to a functioning adult. I was very unhappy with the forced inactivity of my “stroke lifestyle.” Again, my heartfelt thanks for you and your staff’s unselfish attention to my problem, which led to my rapid recovery.”Patrick von Mauck
Chairman Emeritus Board of Governors
National Health Federation.2. Stroke:A.H., a 70-year-old female with initial complaints: Memory loss, anxiety, claustrophobia, and impairment from the stroke.
Results (100 plus hours recommended: only 28 hours carried out so far): Anxiety and claustrophobia improved markedly to a +5 (our highest rating). Stroke impairment is just beginning to improve.3. Parkinson’s Disease:M.S., a 73-year-old female, diagnosed in 1995. Pretreatment condition: Poor body balance, total body weakness (especially left hand), severe constipation, reduction in facial expressions, especially smile, unable to step sideways, backwards or lift her arms above her head, or clap her hands. Morose outlook, no smile.
Results (after 97-1/2 hours over 14 days): Restored body balance and strength, including her left hand. Constipation was resolved. She had a positive attitude, was able to smile and dance again, able to walk backwards and sideways, could lift and clap hands above her head and in front of her.
4. Parkinson’s Disease:A.S., a 70-year-old female diagnosed with Parkinson disease. Pre-MEA condition: Unable to stand unaided, uses wheelchair, vision impaired, speech dysarthric, and low volume with fragmented sounds and short string of words. She required help eating, had poor communication and marked tremor of head and upper extremities, posture distorted and bent forward.
Results (after 100 hours MEA): Muscle and joint pain and stiffness lessened first. Improved appetite and elimination was next. Muscle movements were more controlled and there was less tremor. Then speech became more intelligible with longer strings of words. Finally, she was able to stand and walk several steps unaided. She was independent at the toilet for the first time in months. She could walk sideways and backwards if her elbow was supported. By the end of MEA, there was no tremor evident at all.5. Parkinson’s Disease:L.S., a woman with Parkinson disease. Pre-MEA condition: Complains of tremors, loss of balance and falls. Her medicine makes her feel unsteady when standing, walking or sitting.
Results (after 50 hours MEA): Tremor gone. Other symptoms improved, especially head jerking.
6. Parkinson’s Disease:J.D., a 73-year-old patient with Parkinsons disease, with mild resting tremor of the left arm and leg since 1992. Moderate rigidity and bradykinesia, cogwheeling left arm and diminished left arm swing during gait. Difficulty dressing and getting in and out of bed without assistance.
7. Parkinson’s Disease:S.G., a 50-year-old male with Parkinson disease and right shoulder bursitis. Pre-MEA Condition: Parkinsonian tremor of the right arm.
8. Parkinson’s Disease:
9. Parkinson’s Disease:Patient is a 62-year-old white female with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease for 11 years. She has a long history of insomnia, depression, and loss of smell in addition to resting tremor, slowing of movement and instability of gait, mild/moderate rigidity. She is fatigued much of the time.
10. Parkinson’s Disease:Patient is a 71-year-old white male with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease for 14 years. He has had an increasing problem with his gait over the past 6 years to the point that he is ambulatory only with assistance. He has moderate resting tremor, rigidity and akinesia, poor memory and stooped posture. The patient turns en bloc with postural instability.
11. Alzheimer’s Disease:The daughters report significant improvement after 150 hours of magnetic therapy. “She sleeps through the night much more peacefully, processes information better, speaks in complete sentences, answers questions with intelligent answers, is more communicative, initiates conversations, comments on her environment, is more alert and has a sense of humor which she displays frequently, calls people by nicknames she used in years past, and has fewer facial wrinkles. Incidentally, there was complete healing of a scar which had not healed completely three years after stomach surgery.”
12. Seizures:Shari’s daughter was having seizures every hour. Sometimes her daughter would just stand there with a vacant look on her face. Shari felt Tristen was having petit-mal seizures and she didn’t even know it. Tristen was 20 and about to go to college. Her seizures were increasing in frequency, so her parents took her to a neurologist who prescribed two years of medications, but the medication would have side effects. Tristen’s dad had experience with portable magnets relieving pain and soreness. He knows Dr. Stokesbary personally, so he came to Dr. Stokesbary to discuss his daughter’s condition. He wanted to try the magnet on his daughter’s seizures. He felt it would work.
Results: At the end of the 4th treatment (34 hours), Tristen could move her tongue laterally for the first time. Prior to MEA treatment she was unable to perform that lateral movement test, at the neurologist’s office. “After 45 hours, patient had full response of tongue. Before, tongue was numb. Patient was able to think clearly and concentrate longer. Energy and strength increased at least 50%.” – Father. After 83 hours of treatment: “ . . . head clear, buzz gone . . . “ – Tristen.
13. Cerebral Palsy:A 63-year-old female with cerebral palsy and left spastic hemiplegia all of her life and, thus, only one functioning upper extremity and a very slow pathologic gait. In addition, there was mental “slowness” and she had been unemployable all of her life. Her left toes remained constantly in a spastic flexion curl and she cannot run. Even walking has been difficult. She has osteoarthritis in both knee joints and left shoulder, along with chronic bursitis and impingement of the left shoulder.
14. Bells Palsy – Extreme Pain behind Right Ear:
15. Bells Palsy:75-year-old female. Diagnosis: Bells Palsy since 1970 – 28-year condition. Did not recover from condition (15%). Therefore operation was recommended. Before the operation she was not able to close her eye and one side of her face remained paralyzed. After the operation she was able to close her eye, however the rest of her face was still paralyzed. The cheek and nose muscles were very weak.
– AM.C. – 75-year-old female.
Patient returned in March of 1999.