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Diarrhea & Vomiting

Persistant Diarrhea & Vomiting

Patient: Alert 74 year old male

Complaint: Patient suffering from a sudden and persistent bout of violent vomiting and diarrhea. He had had it for 8 weeks. He had lost 15 kilograms in weight & was quite despondent about his future, as he had previously enjoyed very good health, except for low back pain occasionally.

Medical Diagnosis: Inconclusive. All medical tests were clear. Hospitalization with intravenous drips and codeine tablets were prescribed to prevent dehydration.

NIS Treatments:

  • After the first visit a follow up phone call next day revealed that diarrhea had ceased immediately following treatment.
  • By the second visit one week later bowel control still normal. Hope and energy restored.
  • Third visit two weeks later very few NIS protocols were found and the patient was very happy and “Very well”!

Neurolink summary:

Interruption to small bowel function spells disaster for nutrient assimilation. Viral determination in this case prevented an enteric catastrophe.


Submitted by: Dr Simon Mervyn-Jones, Chiropractor
Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia

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