Pernille Damore

Subtitle

NATURLIG HELBREDELSE AF TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), HJERNERYSTELSE & HJERNESKADE

Der er en artikel på vej omkring naturlig helbredelse af TBI, hjerneskade og hjernerystelse og du kan godt glæde dig. 


Naturligvis skal du tale med din læge først!
De forslag jeg giver dig her kan ikke stå alene. 

Dette er en hjemmeside, ikke en behandlingssituation. 


Nu ved jeg godt at du sikkert HAR været til din egen læge utallige gange. Måske har du til og med fået at vide at der ikke er mere de kan gøre for dig og du "må lære at leve med det", så når jeg siger du skal i kontakt med din læge først, virker det nærmest fornærmende!


Der er 2 grunde til at jeg siger det: 

1. jeg skal sige det - ifølge dansk lovgivning må jeg ikke give dig råd der virker.
Det er kun din læge der må det. 


2. det er virkelig vigtigt at du sikrer dig en professionel hjælp på sidelinjen. Jeg vil foreslå dig at vælge en god praktiserende læge der også kender til funktionel medicin.

De vil nemlig kende til de samme studier som jeg anvender, foreslå dig de samme behandlinger som jeg anbefaler dig og du vil opleve fremgang både i at blive mødt i dit sygdomsbillede men også i dit EGET ANSVAR. 


For det ER dit ansvar. Dit liv. Dit helbred er dit ansvar.

KILDER

Følgende kilder ligger til baggrund for udarbejdelsen af artiklen og behandlingsforslagene:


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