Monthly Archives: August 2017

A Commentary

The article enclosed “Looking For the Contradictions” is an outstanding commentary that not only challenges the status quo but makes an extremely sound case for reviewing current medical thinking and practice, encompassing all areas from nutrition to cancer therapy. Medical education has not been reviewed since the Flexner report funded by The Rockefeller Foundation, composed between the years 1915 to 1925. This would clearly indicate that further review would be appropriate at this point in time.

Health care systems today are largely controlled by governments, insurance companies, and Wall Street corporations with additional and often adverse influence exerted from the pharmaceutical sector.

It takes a great deal of courage for people such as Dr. Kendrick and others to attempt to bring logic into the many false concepts currently in vogue. Many myths are disseminated on the basis of conscious or subliminally motivated greed.

Personally, I take this opportunity to compliment Dr. Kendrick for writing this article, which everyone concerned with healthcare should read. It is apparent that our culture has deviated sharply from the concepts of integrity, creativity and independent thought. In essence the individual has been destroyed and replaced by governments whose main objectives are to get elected and increase taxes, insurance companies whose primary interest is the bottom line and pharmaceutical companies that are similarly motivated, having long given up the challenging task of developing specific curative products.

When will all this stop and how can the negative process going forward be reversed? I welcome your suggestions and trust that you will enjoy the article by Dr. Kendrick.

https://drmalcolmkendrick.org/2017/08/09/what-causes-heart-disease-part-xxxiv-part-thirty-four/

Arthritis

There are many forms arthritis, the most common being degenerative osteoarthritis. Some facts excerpted from The World Health Organization literature indicate a number of shocking realities.*

  • Arthritis is considered to be the nation’s number one crippling disease and the most common chronic disease of people over the age of 40.
  • According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 46 million adults in the United States have been told by a physician that they have some form of arthritis, including degenerative osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, lupus or psoriatic arthritis.
  • By 2030, a startling 67 million Americans age 18 years or older are projected to have arthritis—a 45% increase from current statistics.
  • The average age that arthritis begins is 47 years, with 1 in 2 Americans over age 65 dealing with some form of arthritis.
  • The cost of arthritis due to lost wages, medical treatment and other related expenses can run an individual over $150,000 in expenses over their lifetime.

These facts are significant–the solutions less so. Physicians are prone to prescribing analgesics, anti-inflammatory medications and muscle relaxants or inject cortisone, xylocaine and a variety of lubricating solutions. All of these mask symptoms temporarily, however they do not provide a permanent solution.

Laser Therapy, a relatively new technology perfected by Meditech International Inc. in Toronto, Canada currently offers up-to-date, professional therapeutic systems along with Home Units for utilization by individuals who have not had their problems resolved by conventional and traditional methods, including surgical procedures. Symptoms generally improve immediately following the institution of Laser Therapy. Applying treatment in a cumulative fashion stimulates the reduction of symptoms over time resulting in the patient’s return to a normal range of activities without the utilization of analgesics or other medications.

Unfortunately Laser Therapy is seldom mentioned as a solution as it is not covered by the codes, insurance programs, national health care systems and other mainstream regulatory bodies. The reasons: medicine is slow to change and vested interests will go to great lengths to provide protection for their products, regardless of the lack of value induced.

At this point in time, it must be clearly understood that the BioFlex Laser Therapy Systems offer ongoing relief of symptoms of arthritis in all areas of the body by restoring the normal morphology and function of the cells. In addition the therapy provides a potent anti-inflammatory effect and boosts the immune system while restoring the integrity of the cells. Regeneration of cartilage is also a part of this process, which is administered in a pain-free and completely safe manner. Comparatively speaking, the cost is minimal and each treatment stimulates the healing process to a higher level, making surgical interventions such as arthroscopy, joint replacements and spinal surgeries in the majority of instances redundant. As time
progresses the patient can discard all pharmaceuticals and focus on a healthy diet and activities such as swimming, stretching, walking to achieve a complete recovery.

The facts regarding the efficacy of Laser Therapy are undeniable. At our Meditech Rehabilitation Clinics, this reality can be seen many times many times over the course of each day and the changes which patients often describe as “a miracle”, have come to be the standard outcome.

A recent example of results achievable is the case of Jerome Williams, also known as “].Y.D.” or Junk Yard Dog, a brand label that he has acquired over a stellar ten year career in the NBA. Jerome presented for treatment at one of our clinics in April and immediately noted improvement. He acquired a Home System and a month later, a Professional System for stationary therapy at his home in Las Vegas, Nevada. The results achieved have been so dramatic that at the age of 44, he has returned to a professional career in basketball in the newly formed 3D League.

Once again, his play is outstanding and in addition he is continuing his long-standing career with the NBA as a good will ambassador of the league. J.Y.D. is also involved in many charitable and educational organizations in his post-NBA career. I am pleased to state that he is a perfect example of what can be accomplished with the intelligent application of BioFlex Laser Therapy, a technology that can replace all current and conventional treatments for arthritis. For additional information, contact Meditech International Inc., Toronto, Canada (416-251-1055), or review our website (www.bioflexlaser.com).

Junk Yard Dog Sees The Light

‘Jerome ‘JYD’ Williams has two BioFlex Laser Therapy Systems… and he’s protecting them like a Junk Yard Dog with a bone.’

Former NBA star and currently on the Power Team of the Big 3 Basketball League, Jerome “Junk Yard Dog” (JYD) Williams relies on BioFlex Laser Therapy to eliminate the pain in his knees. The latter was not only chronic but at times acute, preventing Jerome from playing basketball, the sport that is relevant to his sense of completeness in life. After just two months of self-administered therapy, the pain was relieved to the degree that he was able to resume his professional basketball career in the 3-on-3 league, demonstrating his high level abilities while playing along with other notable former NBA stars. He travels with a BioFlex Personal System on the road and uses a Professional System at home.

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Top: Jerome being treated with the BioFlex DUO+ Treatment Array
Bottom: Jerome performs in the 3up League

Jerome attended Georgetown University on a full athletic scholarship and as a further testament of his tremendous athletic ability, was picked in the 1st round of the NBA’s 1996 Draft by the Detroit Pistons. His impressive career as an NBA Power Forward spanned nine years with Detroit, the Toronto Raptors, the Chicago Bulls and the New York Knicks. . At all times, he demonstrated his ability to be a team player and in 2000, he led the league in high rebounding percentages and was ranked third overall in offensive ratings.

Jerome Williams brought his talent, heart and extraordinary passion to the court and holds an impressive 6.6 points per game and 6.4 rebounds. His NBA career included a total of 587 games. Nicknamed “JYD” for his extraordinary work ethic by his teammates in Detroit, he furthered the JYD persona into his own brand.

JYD was excited to join the Toronto Raptors in 2000; so much so that he passed up a morning flight, electing instead to brave a brutal February snowstorm and drive from Detroit to Toronto the night before. He wanted to make certain that he was in the city in time for his first practice with his new teammates.

Toronto fans were jubilant on his arrival. The greetings at the Air Canada Centre by the fans when he played as a Raptor for the first time were overwhelming. Toronto Raptor fans continued to show their love even after JYD was traded, always providing a standing ovation whenever he was on the court.

His impressive NBA career and work ethic, matched by his stellar character, continues to be demonstrated by his involvement in many charitable organizations and his work as a good will ambassador for the NBA.

He initiated an after-school program in the Brewster community in Detroit “right in the middle of the projects”, devoting extensive time and effort to this task.

In an effort to bring his unparalleled knowledge and understanding of the game of basketball to underdeveloped nations, he joined “Basketball Without Borders”. Jerome’s post-NBA career is highlighted by numerous community service awards over the years. He was honoured with a National Home Team award by the Fannie Mae Foundation, was invited to the White House and led a drive to raise money for the Toronto District School Board to buy books for students. His passion to give back to the community was recognized by the NBA principals and he was awarded the NBA Community Assist Award in May 2005. A father of four, he currently serves as Chairman of the non-profit organization, JYD Project Inc. Although Jerome celebrated many firsts as an NBA player, he was the first role player, featuring his own tennis shoe and a Sprite deal.

Incidentally, he is not the first NBA star to rely on BioFlex Laser Therapy systems but he is no doubt the most grateful and enthusiastic individual with regard to the effectiveness of the treatment. As he recalls, many of his Toronto Raptor teammates, including Vince Carter, Tracy McGrady, etc. relied upon this amazing technology to treat their many injuries. Feel free to enter Jerome’s DoggPound but with the BioFlex Systems in his healthcare arsenal, don’t ever expect to hear the Junk Yard Dog whimper.

From my interactions with Jerome, he is an outstanding human being, a basketball player for the ages, a solid family man and someone who cares about everyone inhabiting our planet. His existence makes the world a better place. I am certain he will bring all of his stellar qualities to the Big 3 League and entertain everyone that has the privilege and opportunity to watch him perform.

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Jerome Williams with Dr Kahn at the Meditech Downtown Clinic