ENADA and epilepsie ???
amazone at online.be
Thu Aug 5 07:53:42 EST 1999
thank you for your answer,
first of all , I am sure my chiropractor is honnest. Since she takes care
of me , I saw a sensible improvement in my (mental) health. She delivered me
from the anxiety that sometimes took me and brought me in a uncontrolable
fear of "what will happen to me now???" .I began WITHOUT any reason to think
about and to be afraid of making an epileptic attack even though I have
received a new working medecine from the neurochirugian that opered me in
'82. It's now two years and six months I haven't got any epileptic problem
You will get more info on Enada on their home page : http://www.enada.com/
I hope this will help and thank you in advance
very kind regards
Philippe Vandenbroucke (Camomille!) camomille at online.be
F. Frank LeFever <flefever at ix.netcom.com> a écrit dans le message :
7ob13h$roi at dfw-ixnews8.ix.netcom.com...
> (1) Can you spell it out? I do not know what "ENADA" stands for.
> (2) I beieve there are some things that some chiropractors do that can
> help some conditions (even a clock that has no working parts is exactly
> right twice a day). However, I would not trust the judgment of anyone
> who believes that everything in that long list of disorders
> chiropractors display (to get customers) is caused by pressure on
> spinal nerves. If these chiropractors do NOT really believe all of
> this, so much the worse: if not so ignorant or so impaired in critical
> judgment, then very dishonest and irresponsible.
> F. LeFever
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