Morton’s Neuroma Resolved with Qigong Acupuncture
Morton’s neuroma is a painful condition that affects the ball of your foot, most commonly the area between your third and fourth toes.
Tara had been suffering with pain from a Morton’s Neuroma for the past three years. When she would walk Tara had to curl her toes on her right foot to alleviate the pain.
Since these neuromas do not resolve on there own, conventional medicine can only offer palliative treatment in the form of anti‑inflammatory medications, massage with ice, change of footwear, and plain old rest. Eastern healing takes a whole different approach to resolving acute and chronic pain. Traditional Chinese Medicine focuses on balancing the energies to alleviate pain and disease.
Since nothing had worked for the past three years to relieve Tara’s pain, I suggested we try Qigong Matrix acupuncture devloped by professor Stanley Ngui. Using an electronic acupuncture point finder, the active points on her head were located and stimulated by means of a special device. Tara then walked down the hallway and exclaimed that her three years of pain totally disappeared. Another perfect example of healing with ancient energy methods that really work. Just say no to drugs.