This is my reflex sympathetic dystrophy cured with Water Cures story.
"Things happen in life for a reason," says Todd, who saw his reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Cured What happen to us makes us what we are. The lessons these things teach us help us to be the persons we end up being. He believes that these events sculpt us into what we can become.
Several years ago, at age 43, Todd was desiring to become a Physicians Assistant. Working a job to help pay for college was the only way to support his family. An old high school buddy offered a job at a local plant.
Three months into his job, Todd got the shock of his life. A machine malfunctioned and shocked me with 480 volts of electricity with 60 amps of current. It was 9 hours later when he awoke in the hospital. Laying there, all he could see and think about was his wife and two sons. It was only then that he told everyone what happened and why he was found laying on the plant floor.
The following 18 months was a life of suffering beyond description. Going between cardiology and neurology, nobody knew what was wrong with Todd. They all said it was not in their wheel house and sent him back to the other medical discipline.Then a new doctor at the hospital took over Todd's Case.Finally an answer came to his question. He was diagnosed with a “Chronic Pain disease called, R.S.D.(dystrophy reflex sympathetic syndrome). A disease that is sometimes called the suicide disease. This is due to those who suffer from it either commit suicide because of their pain or they have a heart attack because their body handle the pain and stress.
The pills Todd had to take, up to 14 different pills daily – included pills to stabilize hormones and to manage pain. While taking these medications, his body continued to deteriorate.
Todd had an old friend who as it turned out, provided his RSD cure. Denise DeBiasi, who worked at Cee Kay Auto, a local parts store, noticed Todd in front of the store. She came out asking what happened. Todd's wife explained what happened over the past year and a half. Denise left and came back out of the store, hands full of papers and CD's to read and to listen to.
And listen Todd did. Todd knew that he had to do something. Nothing was bringing him relief. The doctors were not providing relief. He was becoming, as he put it, "a wasted zombie."
On starting the water cures, it became apparent that it would take some time. This was because of the drugs he was quitting and the ongoing damage from the electricity. It took nearly two years for him to get his life back.
On starting the water cures, Todd realized that the feeling started to return to his legs. The nerves that were asleep, started awaking. The doctors seeing the improvement, thought they were causing the healing. Todd told them that he had started the water cures protocol. The doctors said it was a fake treatment and if I had to stop it if they were going to keep treating me.
Todd's experience and training did not do near as much for his health as the water cures did. The water cures got him out of a wheel chair and able to walk and driving once again. He will never be able to return to his choice of career as a physician assistant. But he believes there are other avenues of employment open to him.
At this writing, he is only in need of four medications a day. The dystrophy reflex sympathetic syndrome was about 80% in remission.
If it wasn’t for learning about Dr. Batmanghelidj's from his friend, learning about the water cures protocol, he does not know where he would be today. The water cures works, and Todd is living proof that it does.
Todd lives in Jenkins township, PA with his wife, Janet and two sons.