Help Needed with Study into Proposed Reversal of Spinal Cord Injuries

AndrewKFletcher gravlife at aol.comnojunk
Sun Apr 20 08:26:33 EST 2003


Help Needed with Study into Proposed Reversal of Spinal Cord Injuries

I have been working with spinal cord injuries since 1995. I need more people on
this study and hoping that you might find time to read the threads on the
carecure forum. Please check out the thread titled Dr Wise-Andrew Fletcher's
Thread also as Wise is interested enough to suggest that he tries to get The
Reeve Irvine Centre For Spinal Cord Injuries, involved in a study where, half a
ward take part and half are treated as normal.

We are onto something spectacular here and you should know that it has already
begun!

http://carecure.atinfopop.com/4/OpenTopic?a=tpc&s=4754088921&f=3854088921&
m=1534063172     




In order to convince a sceptic Medical Profession, I need to repeat an earlier
pilot study, which has shown to be highly productive in reversing spinal cord
injuries.

I have been researching the effects of gravity on spinal cord injuries since
1994 and have already proved beyond any shadow of a doubt that even complete
spinal cord injuries dating back as much as 18 years can be reversed to some
degree!

I want to share my information with people suffering from spinal cord injuries
in the hope that some of you may want to help me with my research, by assisting
me with a study.

The intervention is non-invasive, does not involved drugs, has been shown to
work! And needs to be tested on a larger scale now.

My discovery is in how gravity drives the cerebrospinal fluid, induces nerve
regeneration, and facilitates effective guidance to regenerating nerves. This
is achieved by altering posture to make use of gravity and can repair a large
amount of the damage in complete / incomplete spinal cord injuries. However,
this does not solely relate to spinal function and a vast amount of other
benefits have been reported, namely restored bowel and bladder function,
increased metabolism, reductions in infections and particularly urinary
infections. A general decreases in pain. However, during nerve regeneration,
people have reported a temporary increase in pain.

My work is currently under review by. 

Colleen Condon
Information Specialist
Christopher and Dana Reeve Paralysis Resource Center.   Though I am informed
that under review does not mean under review for funding :-)

My telephone number is 01803 524117 UK or +44 1803524117 int'l

Address:   Summer Haze, 26 Berry Drive, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 3QW, UK

I can also be contacted on gravlife at aol.com

Initial publication of an introduction to my discovery and its implications can
be found at the Institute of Physics 


http://groups.iop.org/ME/archive_newsletter2002010.htm

Some information about my discovery and how it applies to people with spinal
cord injury.

http://users.boardnation.com/~moosta/index.php?board=1

Basic Theory that begun this increadible journey:
http://www.the-tree.org.uk/TreeTalk/3Spring2003/Gravity/gravity1.htm


 



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