Medical Imaging | Difficult Diagnosis Related to Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy


August 24, 2012

The Energy Medicine Program is an accepted medical education program where health professionals get education credits required for licensing. The program is recognized in North America and I refer to it as one of the most advanced education programs because it lectures medicine at a cellular level.

After years of hard work by many, it is a tremendous honour to participate and be educated in this unique program. The early detection of breast cancer, difficult diagnosis, dangers of radio frequency electromagnetic fields, benefits of magnetic fields, etc., using 100% non-invasive imaging is part of our participation in the program.

Here is a Letter From the Medical Education Administrator about the scope of the program, the accreditation and the professionals lecturing.

Our last blog on difficult diagnosis was Acute Pancreatitis using non-invasive imaging; today's is showing Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy or RSD. RSD is loss of control of blood and temperature to one limb; in this case it is the subject's left arm. The subject was given Tylenol 3 for the pain, and in time, expected to lose the arm. Go to our Medical Page to see why we lecture for CE Credits.

~ Curtis Bennett
Pinerest Business
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