AreÂ Prior Surgeries Connected to Parkinson’s Symptoms?Â Â
Scars from surgeries interrupt meridian pathways in the body.
It is important to heal the scar tissue so that all channels
of energy that nourish your organs and tissues are unobstructed.
What do I mean by channels? There are well documented energy
pathways in our bodies that are given difference names in
acupuncture: The stomach meridian, the liver meridian, the spleen
meridian, etc. You can find charts of these pathways in the
Surgery on your foot or hand or any part of your body for that
matter interrupts the flow of vital energy across any one or more
of these pathways. Acupuncturists place needles along the meridian
lines that need a jump start. It is like recharging the battery of
a car. An acupuncturist may place needles in your foot or neckÂ
to address issues with your digestion or mood.Â
For example, let’s say you have had surgery on your hip recently.
There is a big scar on your upper thigh that is located at the
center of your body. This scar tissue from hip surgeryÂ
creates a systematic interruption in the energy pathways that
nourish one or more of your vital organs.
Check out the meridian charts to see if any surgeries you may have
had lie on a key meridian. Do not be surprised to discover you
may be having difficulty with an organ that is connected with the
meridian that happens to cross the scar tissue.
Let me be clear that no one in the research literature
has identified scar tissue as a factor that is related to the
symptoms of Parkinson’s. I personally believe that it
can aggravate the symptoms, so why not address
The remedy is cheap and easy to do. No expensive
tests are needed. No prescriptions need be written
by a medical doctor.
Simply find wheat germ oil in a co-op or health food store.Â
Apply the wheat germ oil to the scar tissue twice daily.
The treatment takes 15 seconds.
I personally purchase wheat germ oil in capsule form. I then apply
the wheat germ oil directly onto the scars on my body that resulted
from surgeries. That is all there is to it.
Â Â© 2008 Parkinsons Recovery