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Post-cancer Treatment’s Loss of Quality of Life

Hallal
in His Own Words

The one issue oncologists do not discuss with you is the loss of quality of life following chemo therapy. Their idea of successful treatment is killing the cancer. Unfortunately the poison that they use has serious side effects which will rob you of energy, mental acuity, emotional instability, memory loss, and loss of that sense of well-being.

This was the case with Hallal. He had chemo therapy in 2010 for cancer and experienced post-treatment issues of chronic fatigue, emotional issues which included irritability and changes in mood. He also presented with several other medical complaints: chronic sciatic pain in his left hip and pain in his upper neck. There were two common denominators to all these issues: cranial distortions, which affected his entire spine and an under‑active thyroid, which weakens muscles and ligaments and affected the function of his brain. An overlaying factor was the presence of pronation of his feet. Foot pronation invariably causes an ascending lesion up the spine causing upper cervical neck instability. A practitioner can treat the symptoms forever but until they define the underlying cause the patient will never get rid of the pain and other symptoms.

When patients have a past history of chemo therapy, practitioners must focus on detoxing the body. Why? Because the toxic chemicals become trapped within the various tissues and organs of the body and cause dysfunction. One of the principal organs affected is the thyroid. Dysfunction in this organ was the source for this patient’s mental and emotional state, muscle and ligament instability, mental acuity, fatigue, and loss of that sense of well-being. An effective detox program resulted in dramatic changes for Hallal. His energy, mood swings, and sense of well-being improved tremendously. Adjustment of his cranium released tension down his spine and relieved his sciatic pain. Insertion of foot supports stabilized his pronation and helped alleviate his neck pain. The key to successful treatment is define the “splinters” and remove them. Unfortunately, conventional medicine has no understanding of how the body really works and their solution is to use drugs to the mask the symptoms.

Dr. Gerald H. Smith, DNM, DDS

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About The Author

Dr. Gerald H. Smith is certified by the World Organization for Natural Medicine to practice natural medicine globally. He is also a certified dental practitioner. His broad base of post-graduate training in dentistry and natural medicine enabled him to integrate many health care specialties.

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