Case Studies (Broadcasted on ElevatedRadioFM.com)
PTSD Short Version
PTSD Emotional Foundation & Health
28 August 2019
In every PTSD case I have treated, the only therapy I used was Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM). So far, I’ve either caused a significant recovery, or complete recovery. I begin with actual patients I have treated. I want the public to know it is quite common for PTSD to affect a person’s life in many diversified ways and there is hope.
Find an FSM practitioner who will spend quality time. frequencyspecific.com
FSM has roots that date back to the 1910s. Since FSM has become so successful, there are copycat microcurrent companies creeping up. I recommend staying with the original, Frequency Specific Microcurrent.
FSM treatments for PTSD cannot be rushed!
The Physician must never leave the room while the patient is being treated! Reactions to frequencies can occur rapidly and the practitioner must be able to immediately alter frequencies, based on the patient’s reactions.
WARNING: Not all FSM treatments for PTSD may be successful.
1) If a patient has metal toxicity, particularly lead, mercury, arsenic or aluminum.
2) Is on prescription psychotropic medications, prescribed by a Psychiatrist (a).
3) Is using street drugs.
4) Chronic Alcoholism
5) Severe malnourishment.
All of these conditions are known to cause actual changes to the brain, plus alter brain chemistry, sometimes permanently. These will overshadow PTSD symptoms, making my job of reversing PTSD symptoms either extremely hard, or impossible
(a) The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (cchr.org) quotes Dr. Thomas Szasz, Professor of Psychiatry: “Psychiatry is probably the single most destructive force that has affected society within the last sixty years.”
In each of the following case studies, either I cleared the problems listed above before treating for PTSD, or the problems did not exist with that patient.
1) Ducking for Cover
Professional Horse Trainer, every time she hears horses running behind her, she ducks for cover. When she was a child, her back was turned to a herd of horses. They began to run in fearful flight. She heard them approaching, turned and was severely trampled, almost killing her. For the rest of her life, whenever she hears horses running, she ducks to protect herself. This has been programmed into her brain for self-preservation.
The part of the brain responsible for self-preservation from past experiences is the Amygdala, a small almond shaped structure in the brain. The Amygdala helps protect our lives by automatically and instantly putting us into a preservation mode, based on past experiences. Like how a combat war veteran, whenever he hears the whistling of an incoming artillery round, will immediately duck for cover.
FSM has a specific frequency for the Amygdala. When coupled with appropriate emotional frequencies, it will help release those programmed fears. Once those fears come to the surface, discussing them with a friend, spouse, or physician, will help discharge or release those pre-programmed expressions.
This horse trainer was treated with FSM and no longer is ducking for cover.
2) Rape by Father at Age Seven
40 year old female, raped by her father age 7.
This patient had already been to a Chiropractor, but after several spinal adjustments, her pains were not improving. Something was missing.
Married, two children, always had a difficult time with intimacy with husband. It was considered a miracle they even had any children.
It was such a fearful event, her mind blocked it from active memory. Neither her husband nor mother ever knew what her father did to her.
She came in for low back pains. I began treating her in the usual manner. Back pains can have an emotional component.
When I changed frequencies to see what kind of harmonics I might pick up to see if perhaps emotions are involved, she began to cry. When I switched back to frequencies just for low back pains, she stopped crying. When I switched again to the emotional component, she began crying again. I could have repeated this all day and get the same reactions.
According to Chinese Medicine, all organ systems of the body are able to store specific emotions. Example: A congested liver will cause anger for no apparent reason. In the reverse, anger can cause the liver to become congested.
I tried a few different organ systems to see if I might locate the emotional component to her low back pains. When I switched the frequency to vagina, her crying turned into intense sobbing. All this time I had this patient lying prone on the treatment table. One graphite glove was placed under her abdomen. I was not wearing the glove because my hand would have been squished and it would have been uncomfortable for her as well. I was wearing my other graphite glove and was directing all current through her low back, with current running directly through her body. When I switched to vaginal frequencies, her low back started to get hot from the very intense harmonics. I kept treating her for an additional half hour until I started to feel the heat decrease. She left and returned the next week.
During that week she remembered at age seven her father had raped her. This is the first time she was able to remember this event. It was so scary she could not tell her husband about her new memory. However, she did tell me during the following treatment.
I placed her into the same position. She was lying prone on one glove and I was wearing the other glove while working her low back.
I explained it was very important to allow this fearful event to rise to the surface. I treated her with other appropriate emotional frequencies for a few more visits, until she felt comfortable enough to tell her husband about her childhood. However she was very afraid to tell him.
I told her, once FSM releases hidden emotions to surface, it is essential to talk to someone so those bad emotional fears can be discharged / released. You can pay a psychologist, you can spend extra time with me as your doctor, but the best would be if you just opened up completely and told your husband everything.
She finally did tell her husband all the details. Her low back pains disappeared. She and her husband, for the first time in their marriage, were able to mutually enjoy marriage relationships.
3) World War II Nazi Soldier
Severe low back pains which began during the war but greatly intensified after the war.
This patient had, over the years, occasionally been adjusted by a Chiropractor which did not make any difference. Something was missing.
Original low back pains stemmed from being forced to march with legs kicking high into the air.
After the war he learned what his county had done to the Jewish people in Germany. His back pains intensified greatly.
After the war he married.
He began to hate his Germany, so they moved into the USA. They had a daughter. The couple never did learn to speak English, so his daughter had to translate.
He kept on apologizing for the atrocities of his county to the Jewish people. He was always in tears when he spoke this in German.
I treated his Amygdala and other brain parts for these powerful emotions. Both hands were gloved, one on each side of this upper neck, just under the skull so current would pass into his brain.
When I treated his back he was lying prone on the table, one glove under his abdomen, I was wearing the other glove and working his low back.
I treated appropriate organ systems which would hold onto these emotions.
1. Lungs for grief
2. Gallbladder for guilt
3. Sympathetic nervous system for mental tension
4. Pancreas for loss of harmony
5. Stomach for anxiety and ruminating
6. Heart to restore joy
His daughter told me he was never at peace because of WWII.
After his final treatment, he could finally smile, something he had not done since before the war. Internally he felt at peace for the first time since before the war.
His daughter called eight weeks later and told me his low back pains slowly just faded away. He was a very old man when I treated him in 2009. I have no idea if he lived much longer, but I feel in my heart, if he has passed, he did so in peace.
4) Railroad Bridge Collapse
Railroad construction worker, repairing bridge over a dirty, fast running river. He was wearing a seventy pound, three-point harness. The catwalk under his feet broke. He was going to die. That seventy pound load of tools strapped to his body would drag him under the surface.
He was barely able to catch himself with his elbows. He spent three months in recovery for physical injuries.
For the next two years, whenever he drove across any bridge he would start to tremble with fear. Whenever his wife approached him from behind and touched him, he would jump a foot into the air. Railroad doctors told him “it is all in your head.” His marriage and job were beginning to take a toll.
I treated him lying prone, one glove under his abdomen while I wore the other graphite glove. Every muscle in his back, top to bottom, was in horrible spasm. I applied FSM frequencies to reverse the physical damages. It helped but not enough. When I applied emotional frequencies to his back the harmonics became very powerful. For the first time since his accident his back muscles started to relax.
I also had to treat his Amygdala and sympathetic nervous system. His sympathetic nervous system had been in a “fight or flight” mode for two years. FSM helped relax his sympathetic nervous system back to normal. For two years his back muscles were in constant tension, ready to flee from danger.
Eventfully all of his fears vanished. His wife could surprise him in a romantic manner and he no longer jumped one foot into the air. He could drive across a bridge without shaking. His life had reversed so wonderfully he took a new job with the railroad for double the pay. His marriage had turned romantic again. They moved out of state for his new position, purchased their first home where their family resides to this day.
5) Death is Imminent
42 year old female driving home from work, 3 AM. Freeway speed 70 MPH. While driving in the middle lane she was struck from behind on the left rear bumper. Hit and Run. Her car was catapulted to the right side, striking the concrete barrier. Her car bounced off that concrete barrier back into the freeway, spun around in four complete circles until sticking the left concrete barrier, and then bounced again coming to rest in the center lane. She felt death was imminent.
Her husband pleaded with me to do something for her. Her emotional heath had been so badly damaged, which was causing her and her husband to consider separating.
Her physical ailments were challenging to correct. Her emotional ailments were severe. Years earlier she had been in another accident. At that time the only treatment she received was chiropractic and massage therapy. Her husband felt she had never fully recovered from her previous accident. Her husband had previous experience with FSM, so wanted to do FSM as her primary therapy.
I administered FSM to several parts of her brain, brain stem, emotional centers, and amygdala. Her brain and brain stem had become severely concussed causing both cognitive and personality changes. Her cervical spinal cord was a disaster. In addition I treated:
1. Solar nerve plexus for nervousness and emotional tension
2. Transverse colon for fear and terror
3. Kidneys for fear
4. Sympathetic nervous system for mental tension.
In time all physical damages had been returned back to her pre-loss condition. Her emotions stabilized. Her sweetness returned. Their marriage reached a new all-time high. They stop in every month or so to bring us lunch and say once again, “thank you.”
6) Difficulty Breathing
55 year old female, severe accident, car overturned. Several physical damages, all corrected with FSM.
During one of her final visits she told me on occasion she has a very hard time breathing, especially deep breathing. She had seen several doctors over the years. All doctors stated her lungs were just fine, “it is all in your head.”
I asked her how long ago did this begin? “20 years ago.” What happened 20 years ago? “My 17 year old son died from an aneurism. I was his mother, I should have seen this coming. He died because of me.”
The emotional component of the lungs is grief. I finished her last remaining FSM treatments addressing the emotional component to the lungs.
For the first time in over 20 years she could take a deep breath. Her breathing has returned to the time when she was just a young mother.
The damages to her lungs were REAL, but on the electron level where medicine is not able to diagnose, even with the best MRI available. Diagnosis has to be through knowledge of mechanisms of action, history, symptoms, and feedback harmonics when applying the correct frequencies.
FSM was applied via wet towels front and back. My female assistant applied the towels. I did not enter the room until the patient was wrapped up in a nice warm blanket, snug as a bug in a rug. Proper bedside manners.
7) Fetus Trauma
Pregnant woman constantly beaten by her husband, nearly killing her on some occasions.
From the moment this child was born, she displayed severe temper tantrums, especially against men.
She was expelled from grade school for severe anti-social behavior, especially against adults.
In tracing her emotional history, the topic of her father almost killing her mother came up. I treated her forebrain, mid brain, hindbrain, brain stem, amygdala, and liver. (Liver’s emotion is anger.)
Several previous attempted treatments with a child psychiatrist never made any difference. After appropriate FSM treatment for a few months, suddenly the psychiatrist treatments were making a rapid difference. The Psychiatrist took all the credit, but of course. We know the truth.
This young lady is now a very sweet daughter and high school student; is excelling wonderfully in school, at home, and in social circles with children of her own age, and especially adults.
8) Vietnam War Combat Veteran
Helicopter gunner. He began each day knee deep in ammo, positioned inside the large side door. The pilot flew the ship into hostile territory. My patient spent all day, every day, gunning down North Vietnam soldiers. Heavy return fire occurred daily. Frequently their helicopter was full of bullet holes. Fortunately, he never took a bullet, but his pilot did.
Vietnam has many poisonous snakes, so to protect themselves from snake bites they had to sleep on the top of their helicopter. He served two years of active duty in the army.
When he returned home his personality had changed for the worse. Eventually he married, but shortly thereafter divorced due to his combat PTSD.
Many years later he came into my clinic. After making sure he did not have any heavy metal toxicities, had not been exposed to Agent Orange, and was not taking any psychotropic medications, I corrected his significant malnutrition. When that was completed, then I began treating his combat induced PTSD with Frequency Specific Microcurrent.
His anxiety and depression lifted. His fear of loud noises vanished. The normal personality he had before the war returned.
He met a new girlfriend, they married and have children. They are happily married to this day.
9) High Pressure Sales
Patient sells very expensive electronic instruments and has to travel a lot. He discovered when he feels too much stress, which affects his ability as a salesman, if he gets FSM treatment, his mind clears and his personality relaxes. Then his sales volumes go higher again and he can enjoy his job again. He repeats this often. Traveling, working hard, getting stressed, having FSM treatments, getting recharged, then back to work.
Two research doctors discovered brain stem concussive problems can be brought on by high levels of stress. Until this discovery, some FSM doctors felt a heavy jarring injury must have occurred to cause brain stem concussive injuries. Not so. Now we have actual research evidence that stress can also affect the brain stem.
Tied into brain stem concussive traumas, other brain parts also take a hit, like the pituitary gland which is responsible for hormone production. Chinese medicine teaches all “Chi Energy” originates from the center of the body, or the abdominal area. This is called the Solar Plexus and also takes a hit from emotional stressors, which affects overall energy flow throughout the body.
The emotional component of the Brain Stem is Nervous Tension.
The emotional component of the Solar Plexus is Emotional Tension.
The emotional component of the Sympathetic Nervous System is Mental Tension.
PTSD can take several shapes in our lives. There is hope. All of this without drugs.
10) Low Back Pain Not Responding to Conventional Treatment.
This was not part of my Elevated Radio show with host Rick Delgado.
It is included to answer questions in response to Clinical Case Studies numbers two and three above.
28 year old female presented for treatment of low back pain, which occurred while re-arranging living room furniture.
Five FSM treatments with additional spinal manipulations each visit were not reducing her pains.
I asked again: “Exactly what were you doing when you threw out your low back?”
“What was your exact body position when the pain occurred?”
“I overturned my couch by kicking it has hard as I could.”
“Why did you kick your couch?”
“My high school sweetheart and I married right out of high school. He did not come home one night. I found out the next morning he had spent the night with my best friend. They had an affair and have been for quite some time. I was really mad and took it out on the couch.”
In case numbers two and three above, both had seen a chiropractor for low back adjustments, but those adjustments were not working as expected. Something was missing. The emotional components.Back to Top
More and more war veterans are returning from active duty with a diagnosis of PTSD. As reported in the November 30th, 2011 edition of “USA TODAY, The Nation’s Newspaper”. Article written by Gregg Zoroya.
(USA TODAY Headline): “Troops with PTSD straining resources, 10,000 new patients per quarter flood the VA”.
(USA TODAY, a few quotes from their article):“Ten thousand combat veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder flooded into VA hospitals, every three months this year, pushing the number of patients ill with the disorder above 200,000 and straining resources, Department of Veterans Affairs data to be released today show.” “The increase is more than 5% per quarter, according to data obtained by USA TODAY, and it occurs as the VA struggles to move veterans quickly into therapy.” “ ‘Demand for mental health care is only going to continue to grow as thousands more troops return home,’ said Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., chairwoman of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee.” “Since the Iraq and Afghanistan wars began, 211,819 combat veterans have been treated by the VA for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), about 16% of the 1.3 million who fought. But the VA says it sees only about half the veterans from the two wars, because hundreds of thousands seek care elsewhere or not at all.” “PTSD is often characterized by flashbacks in the form of nightmares, a state of hypervigilance or a feeling of emotional numbness to the world.” “The Veterans Administration is becoming overwhelmed with this increase, presently estimated as a 5% increase every three months.”Back to Top
PTSD has two basic mechanisms. Emotional and Physical. In my clinical experience, I have found conventional medicine seems to only acknowledge the emotional mechanism. When I treat for PTSD, I have found best success when treating both the emotional and physical mechanisms together.
PTSD affects the Amygdala of the brain. Some medical sources suggest PTSD shrinks the amygdala. Other sources suggest PTSD causes the amygdala to become hyperactive. (1) The amygdala is an almond shaped mass of nuclei located deep within the temporal lobe of the brain. It is a limbic system structure that is involved in many of our emotions and motivations, particularly those that are related to survival. The amygdala is involved in the processing of emotions such as fear, anger and pleasure. The amygdala is also responsible for determining what memories are stored and where the memories are stored in the memory system of the brain. This determination is based on how huge an emotional response an event invokes.
PTSD also affects the Sympathetic Nervous System and the Adrenal Glands. (1) These are the systems the human body uses for its “Fight or Flight” response. In PTSD, “the sympathetics and adrenals are on constant overload.” When the sympathetic nervous system and adrenal glands are on constant overload, the PTSD victim will have constant nervous tension that cannot be explained or treated by mental health therapy alone. Unfortunately, in my research and personal clinical experience, most conventionally treated PTSD patients are treated only through mental health therapy, and if not responsive to these therapies, are then prescribed appropriate anti-depressant medications.
ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT OPTIONS:
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) can address both the amygdala issue, as well as the sympathetic and adrenal issues. (1) With the amygdala issue, the objective is to allow the traumatic information into explicit memory with reduced emotional load. Then the patient can recognize, verbalize, categorize and finally release the PTSD event. In some serious cases, if the patient is currently seeing a mental health specialist; counseling treatment should allow a more speedy and positive outcome. With the sympathetics and adrenal issues, treatment protocols are designed specifically to quiet down the sympathetic and adrenal systems. There is less unexplained nervous tension when the “fight or flight” systems of the human body have been quieted down.
“FSM is a non-traumatic way to deal with traumatic memory. The patients don’t experience stress memories during treatment..” “Report feeling substantially better and ‘different’ in a way that’s hard for them to describe at the time.” “When they return the next week, they describe feeling ‘more free,’ or ‘more open,’ ‘less upset,’ ‘less reactive.’” “Report less rumination, better sleep, reduced or eliminated intrusive memories.” “Able to start taking the next steps to address whatever it is they’ve been struggling with.” (1)Back to Top
The American Psychiatric Association (APA) defines trauma as something that is threatening to the self or someone close to you, accompanied by intense fear, horror, or helplessness. IE: Severe stress beyond the range of normal human experience. Half the general population will experience a traumatic stress in their lives. IE: Rape, molestation, abuse, assault, combat, kidnaping, and accidents. 15% of those will develop post traumatic stress disorder. PTSD affects 8% of the general population at some time in their lives. It is eight times more common than cancer or schizophrenia. (1)
PTSD causes physiological trauma, leading to actual changes to the Solar Plexus, Sympathetic component of the autonomic nervous system, Brain stem, Adrenal glands, Hindbrain, Midbrain, and Forebrain. Fears of different types are also stored in various organ systems, as is well documented in Chinese Medicine. (1)
Mainstream medicine’s usual treatment of choice is antidepressant / psychiatric pharmaceutical drugs. In early 2011, documentation from various reliable medical watch groups, have started to surface, documenting the enormous widespread (multi-billion dollar industry) over-use of the various forms of psychiatric drugs, and strongly question their efficacy:
Citizens Commission on Human Rights Seattle
Alternative Mental Health
http://search.mercola.com Numerous articles, search under: “psychiatric drugs”
Some medical professionals will say “it is all in your head, there is nothing wrong with you.” Yes, while PTSD does traumatize, then change the way the hindbrain, midbrain, and forebrain function, it is more than a simple “it is all in your head” function. The changes are absolute. How else can anyone explain why a PTSD victim, when placed in the same situation again, starts to tremble exceedingly. It is NOT something they can control. Psychiatric drugs do not heal the damaged neuron pathways of the brain, it only subdues the emotions. But PTSD affects far more than the brain alone. PTSD patient’s sympathetic nervous system and adrenal glands are on “constant overload.” (1)
PTSD traumatizes, then changes, the way the Autonomic Nervous System functions. Think of the automatic nervous system as “automatic.” If you touch a hot stove, the burn signal does not travel to your brain, where your brain processes the “hot stove” input, then sends back a signal to your hand to withdraw your hand. No. There is a much faster way to withdraw your hand. The hot stove signal goes through your autonomic nervous system, specifically the sympathetic component. The hot stove signal travels to your spinal cord, where there are afferent and efferent (input and output) portions within the structure of the spinal cord, that bypasses the need to send the signal to the brain for computation. Way too slow. Instead, the sympathetic nervous system instantly sends a signal back to your arm to “withdraw!” your hand. It is “automatic.” The Sympathetic component of the autonomic nervous system is the “fight or flight” reaction. The Parasympathetic component is responsible to allow your body to relax, to digest food, to use the bathroom, etc.
Adrenal glands: In close concert with the sympathetic nervous system’s “fight or flight” response, the adrenal glands produce epinephrine (commonly called adrenalin), which is the hormone needed for instantaneous fight or flight reactions. In chronic PTSD, the adrenal glands have been overproducing too much adrenaline, too often. The muscles of the patient are continuously tight, because the body is ready to “fight or flight” immediately. (1)
Because PTSD causes physiologic changes to the sympathetic nervous system, in addition to the adrenal glands, both systems must be treated together. In addition, as before mentioned, parts of the brain were also affected, as well as potentially other organ systems. Treatment of PTSD, must “reprogram” all of these nervous systems, hormonal systems, and organ systems. (1)
Taking a psychiatric drug, and / or painkillers, does not heal the body. If treatment is confined only to “masking” the trauma and pain, the body will continue to “compensate” however it can. The longer proper healing is delayed, the more the body will compensate, then compensate again, and again, until many “layers” of ill health have developed in the victim’s physiologic and psychologic makeup. (1)Back to Top
1. The American Physiological Association defines PTSD trauma as:
a) Something that is threatening to the self or someone close to you, accompanied by intense fear, horror, or helplessness.
b) Severe stress beyond the range of normal human experience.
2. Half the general population will experience a traumatic stress in their lives.
a) Rape, molestation, abuse, assault, combat, kidnaping, accidents.
3. 15% of those will develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
4. PTSD affects 8% of the general population at some time in their lives.
5. Eight times more common than cancer or schizophrenia.Back to Top
1. Exposure to psychological trauma or stressor.
2. One symptom in the category of intrusive memories, nightmares, flashbacks.
3. Three symptoms from avoidant category.
a) Avoiding thinking of the event.
b) Decreased interest in things.
c) Feeling cut off from others.
d) Feeling emotionally numb.
e) Sense of foreshortened future.
4. Two symptoms from hyper arousal category.
a) Startle response.
b) Hyper vigilance.
d) Decreased concentration.
e) Decreased sleep.
1. Some patients need or respond well to the PTSD protocols, but do not have a diagnosis of PTSD.
a) History of early childhood stress, abuse, rape, surgery, auto accident, other trauma.
(1) Frequency Specific Microcurrent professional medical training seminars for doctors: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and to presentBack to Top