Chiropractors and Medical Thermal Digital Imaging Scans – Post 8
After 3 years an NHS clinician who failed to diagnose me during a consultation at The Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, UK, informed me that my health complaints were “all in the head”.
It took a further 4 years and working with private consultants and health clinicians to find the root cause of my health problems and diagnosis being ‘Oral-Electro Galvanism which sped up accidental chronic dental ingestion – severe elemental mercury (which becomes inorganic mercury), palladium and nickel toxicity’. Clearly it wasn’t “all in my head” but very much severe life-threatening poisoning toxic mercury now deposited all around my body!
I was astonished and shocked to read that ‘medically unexplained symptoms’ are so common in the NHS, accounting for up to 45% of all GP appointments and half of all new visits to hospital clinics in the UK. (2019).
This kind of inappropriate language levelled at the patient was unacceptable by an NHS clinician, but now known to be so frequently heard by other patients when complaining of symptoms that clinicians fail to diagnosis.
There was hope that electronic medical record-keeping introduced, (EMR), would reduce failings of care, but was plagued with errors and delays since launching in the NHS, 2002. Streamlining had little effect where NHS clinicians had for 5 years failed to access online the scans taken AND use the printed paper patient medical paper scans that had also been provided which showed suggestive evidence of a well-known life threatening disease, let alone inform the patient of it. It was scandalous and negligent.
Patient Safety Charity, Action Against Medical Accidents, consider making better use of technology to aid diagnosis would help enormously.
Now in the age of AI, artificial intelligence, where trials indicate better results for preliminary diagnosis by robots rather than GP’s, could a robot cope with the 100 or so symptoms presented by the patient experienced, 24/7? Presumably AI diagnosis is only being as good as the organisation programming the system?
The NHS services are so limited, their resources stretched. There may be alternative health care providers who can help to diagnose symptoms where the NHS cannot provide a diagnosis and private clinicians that actually look for the root causes by treating the whole body and not a specialist examination of only part of the body as the NHS departmental consultants are employed to do.
If one has 100 symptoms, it’s likely you would have to see about 10 different consultants and out patients clinics, and doubt whether any of them were capable of working responsibly as a team to ‘join up the symptoms’ leading to a diagnosis.
After years of NHS bungling and misdiagnosis matters were taken out of their hands
A consultation appointment was made with a local chiropractic clinic at Worthing, West Sussex, UK, registered with The General Chiropractic Council having read about their clinic’s Thermal Medical Imaging scans service, as it was evident that symptoms could travel around the body quickly, head to toe, being related in some way to the bloodstream.
Head and neck scans were taken, the centre of interest being the jaw LR quadrant where the NHS clinicians had been informed repeatably that this was believed to be the location of the root cause. No NHS clinician had organised any scans or tests, despite frequent requests.
The Chiropractic doctor had interests in the head and neck. This was to be a turning point in my care and one of several consultations made over time.
Medical Digital Thermal Imaging Scans
It was clear that many of the symptoms were likely now to be related to neurology as the oral cavity is positioned so close to the brain.
Thermal Medical Imaging scans were taken, scans were viewed by experts, reports prepared in the USA, being delivered back just a few days later, and a Report of Findings provided by the chiropractic doctor.
An experienced and carefully selected new local experienced dentist brought dental works up-to-date.
A further scan session confirmed that this had made no improvements in the areas of interest yet the dentist was entirely satisfied with dental works carried out, and saw no imminent problems in the oral cavity.
More Thermal Medical Imaging scans were taken, being used as a non-evasive continual charting and monitoring health programme.
Another breakthrough, was meeting a senior Oral and Maxillofacial consultant, one of several, in private practice who also had trained in dentistry. Within 4 minutes of that meeting he had confirmed that there was minuscule voltage in the human head and neck, contrary to what younger, less experienced junior doctors had believed and stated during out-patient appointments, working at The Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, UK, claiming that I was “stupid” to think I had voltage in my mouth.
The consultant considered symptoms presented were very likely to be dentistry and NOT Oral and Maxillofacial and provided referral information for a senior dentistry consultant at Guy’s London Hospital, and that he was not trained in the symptoms being presented nor the testing needed.
It had taken six years, private scans and tests and now private consultant referrals where finally NHS trained consultants working in private practice explained they were neither trained nor had the facilities to help.
About the same time as attending consultations, a very knowledgeable article posted online by a journalist, from the US, detailed symptoms of elemental mercury poisoning. Realising that the symptoms mirrored about 130 of the symptoms being suffered, it was very likely that the symptoms were of ingested mercury vapour from amalgams over a long period of time, in other words a diagnosis of chronic elemental (now inorganic) mercury ingestion.
Having never had a problem with amalgams in the mouth it was considered that this was likely to be part of the cause, but not all, and the high voltage being experienced in the oral cavity still had to be explained.
After more medical and patient history research, it became clear that the metal poisoning may have been caused due to an unknown knock suffered to the face where a dental restoration was loosened unknowingly, causing Oral-Electro galvanism which sped up the amalgam vapour ingestion in the oral cavity.
This process is alleged to speed up at least 10 times or more, the normal amalgam vapour ingestion causing extraordinary levels of toxicity and symptoms which I suffered from and are detailed on the following posts –
\\\ Blood Tests
Environmental Metal Blood Testing
After further consultation with the chiropractor, with the suspicions that the patient was heavily poisoned, referrals were sought immediately for Environmental 16 metals blood tests to the CQC London approved clinic, which within days, provided positive blood test results that mercury was indeed present in the bloodstream, at very high levels, as were other dental-related metals, nickel, manganese, cobalt. Selenium levels were recorded as very low, too low.
These were general metal blood tests – but detoxification and chelation started immediately.
About Medical Thermal Diagnostic Imaging Scans
A series of head and neck medical thermal diagnostic imaging scans, were taken at each imaging session over a 3 year period. The scans taken with specially designed cameras and medical software packages designed for the medical profession by Flir ® advanced cameras, the global leaders. These scans proved to be an invaluable aid to support diagnosis and the chelation, in this case, of the oral cavity symptoms.
Recognised as a screening tool since 1987, widely used around the world, with increasing opportunities here in the UK, the blood pattern charting procedure is quick, efficient and most importantly, non-evasive.
No radiation, non-contact, no need for a doctor’s referral, and with a medical report provided by qualified doctors highlighting the areas of interest, assessing pain or inflammatory problems within days.
Medical diagnostic thermal imaging full-body scans can review the body from top to toe looking at issues and problems in major organs, nerves, arteries and muscles.
Several head and neck images were taken at each session and later, full-body imaging, pre-diagnosis, during treatment and post-diagnosis.
Reports are provided from a US dedicated and experienced clinic, highlighting suggested areas for further examination.
Even to the untrained eye, when viewing the four scans featured above, there is a considerable difference between the first image taken and the last.
Image 1 and 2 – The first image was above taken before diagnosis, chelation and corrective dental procedures.
Image 3 and 4 – Image 3 taken at the start of year two of chelation and the last image featured taken at the end of year two into chelation, presenting improved blood circulation around the mouth, nose, ear areas. The cranial nerve area near and around the ears, particularly showing great improvement to the right-hand side of the face, where the crown restoration had been removed, a “problem” silver prong root canal treatment and amalgams, removing an amount of mixed metal.
Each and every image taken after the removal of the dental restoration, during what is now several years of the chelation process, presented marked improvement.
Sadly, the NHS have not exploited this non-evasive and relatively quick, efficient and cheap scanning process for UK patients.
Practitioners in the UK offering medical thermal imaging scans can be found online by simple search engine location enquiries.
Posts are in numbered order for completeness. You now may like to next read post 9 Blood Tests and Scans.
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