Health 1 Clinic offers Safe, Non-drug Therapy to Aid Multiple Sclerosis

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Health 1 Clinic achieves success utilizing Bio-Photonic treatment of Multiple Sclerosis symptoms

Health 1 Clinic, a local mid-Michigan holistic clinic, is now offering a non-drug therapy that helps people struggling with Multiple Sclerosis. BioPhotonic therapy is a safe and effective solution when medicines are unsuccessful or patients are looking for an alternative to potentially harmful prescription medication.

"BioPhotonic therapy is not new," said Matt Nelson, RN and Clinical Director of Health 1 Clinic. "It is a medical procedure that has helped balance the body's immune system to increase cellular metabolism and cell repair. With repeated exposure, BioPhotonic therapy can decrease a patient's activated T-cells, thus reversing the effects of auto-immune diseases."

BioPhotonic therapy, often referred to as ultraviolet blood irradiation or photoluminescence, is the process of exposing blood to ultraviolet light rays to stimulate a photochemical reaction. It works to destroy all types of pathogens - viral, bacterial, or fungal. This procedure has been used in medicine for a wide variety of health problems throughout the world, but discovery of antibiotics and vaccines in the 1940's diverted attention away from its amazing qualities.1

For individuals suffering from multiple sclerosis this can mean a decrease in pain, and an increase of energy, muscle strength, and nerve sensation. (Cheryl*) suffered with multiple sclerosis since 1991 and BioPhotonic therapy offered her a solution when she could not find pain relief from medication alone.

"When I was first diagnosed I was numb from the neck down, crippled on the right side and blind in the right eye," said (Cheryl). "Even though I went on medication, I still had an awful pain in my legs. I didn't feel that I was getting any better with my walking so I thought I would try the BioPhotonic therapy. The improvement in my walking is like a miracle; I can walk three miles and don't need to stop. I can do all the things I've always wanted to do without pain."

In addition to multiple sclerosis, BioPhotonic therapy treats over 40 different diseases and has the ability to super charge the immune system, improve circulation, improve oxygenation of tissues, and increase tolerance towards radiation or chemotherapy. It also provides cardiovascular protection through increased metabolism of cholesterol and reduces tissue pain and inflammation.

"Health maintenance organizations (or HMOs) are actually chronic disease maintenance programs. Once you get on the prescription merry-go-round your never get off," said Nelson. "This unique approach focuses on a comprehensive plan of healthy eating, exercise, and nutritional supplements, in conjunction with the BioPhotonic therapy."

There are several other advantages of BioPhotonic therapy when compared to traditional medical treatments. BioPhotonic therapy is cost effective and may be less expensive than pharmaceutical prescriptions. It stimulates the production of a "vaccine" based on a patient's particular virus or bacteria. The therapy works specifically to an individual's needs and therefore has greater effectiveness. This is very important to remember with the impending flu epidemic. BioPhotonic therapy also prevents accidental overdoes of medication and does not depress the body's natural immune defense.

For more information about Health 1 Clinic and BioPhotonic Therapy visit Health 1 Clinic operates under the supervision of a board certified doctor and all procedures are conducted by a trained and certified RN or phlebotomist. Biophotonic therapy is just one of the many holistic treatment alternatives offered at Health 1 Clinic.

Matt Nelson, RN & Clinical Director of Health 1 Clinic
7201 W. Saginaw Hwy, Ste 316
Lansing, MI 48917

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*Patient name may have been changed. For more information concerning (Cheryl) please contact Matt Nelson, RN & Clinical Director of Health 1 Clinic.


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