Will My Nerve Pain Ever Go Away?


Hi. If you’re dealing with
chronic nerve pain, if you’re dealing with
a dysautonomia, a lack of your brain’s ability, your
autonomic nervous system’s ability, to regulate
your heart rate, to regulate your body
functions, then you deserve to watch this video. You’re going to hear
from a gentleman who suffered for two years– two years– with a
tachycardia condition, with what’s called
“dysautonomia.” He had a rapid heart rate
for two years of his life, where the doctors
couldn’t figure it out. You’re going to hear about
his chronic constipation since he was a little child
that is now gone and also the horrible, debilitating
nerve pain that he suffered that he’s no longer suffering. Watch this brief excerpt from
his longer testimonial video, and I’ll be right back. You’re about 10, 11 months
of zero pain in the body. No pain. The whole body pain has been
gone for 10 or 11 months. Yes. Sustained relief. And now, when it comes
to the body pain, all that body pain was
from top to bottom– Top to bottom– 24/7– 24/7– And it’s gone. Absolutely gone. And in the last round,
when you came back to me after your second protocol,
you still had some heel pain. Yes. But the heel pain
is now 100% gone. Heel pain is 100% gone. And coming here, this has been– I got answers, a
comprehensive list of what’s going on with
me, real information that I was looking for. Say about six to eight months,
something like that, and just absolute severe pain. I know I talked about
it before, but this is the worst pain
I’ve ever felt. It’s really hard to explain
unless you’ve experienced it. It was so bad I had
trouble walking– couldn’t walk. I laid down most of the days. Actually, at my worst,
I was getting around with a walker and a
cane, going everywhere. All I can say is I had no hope. I had no answers from anyone. And coming here and
doing the protocol, there is nothing
else that helped me. There is nothing else. There’s no other answer
than coming to see you helped me and saved me. So you have to come and try. Just you have to try something. And this is the only
thing that had helped me. That’s pretty much– It’s different. And just have an open
mind, and be willing. It worked. My friends and family who saw me
go through this, who struggled, they know the truth. And this works. You’ve been able to– and other people,
they come up to you. And they’re just like,
how did you do it? It looked like you were dying. The ones that saw me, yeah. They would come to my place. They would see me. I couldn’t work. I was laying in bed. I was just laying in
bed, just in pain. I had to have somebody
come over and help me. I couldn’t function,
could not function. And I can’t stress that
enough that I could not function in society. And the family members and
friends that actually saw me, they can’t believe it. They can’t believe what’s
happened within a year. They’re amazed by it. Amazed. So isn’t that just incredible? He suffered for eight months. He was going to emergency rooms. He was in severe pain– no more pain, no more body
pain, no more foot pain, no more total body pain. It’s just incredible. He was suffering terribly,
thinking he was dying. This man has now been out of
pain for about 10 or so months, 10, 11 months– zero pain in his entire
body, zero pain in his feet. He has no more rapid heart rate. We’re talking 130
or so beats a minute while he was sitting,
while he was laying down, in any position he was in. Now, his resting
heart rate– when I checked today, September 9,
2019, after three treatments with me, three
“protocols,” he called it, at home, his
resting heart rate was 69, 70 when sitting down. Amazing. The doctors with their meds
could not get it done for him. And this is, with my work,
getting it done for him. So I wanted to share with
you in this video right now the protocol, the
findings that he had finished his third round. I will tell you
right now before I share these findings, these
unique exam findings that brought him this incredible
relief of all these symptoms, you can watch the other video– I’m going to put the link
underneath this video– where I describe all
the different findings for his first and
his second protocol. Now, I’m going to describe
the third protocol. And also, I will describe
his fourth protocol that he just had done today for
the exam he just had done today in my clinic and for
the protocol that will be following
until I see him again in about three months. With a unique
bioresonance method of testing, manual testing,
I found in his glial cells– the cells which repair the
nerves, protect the neurons, and reproduce the myelin. I found he had tetanus bacteria
stressing those glial cells. I found staph bacteria
stressing those glial cells. I found dengue fever virus
stressing his glial cells. He had filariasis parasitic
infection and polio virus and treponema bacteria all
stressing his glial cells. And I also found mold– in addition to all
these other infections I just told you about
that, that I just read off to you– mold also
infecting those glial cells. Those are the cells that our
central nervous system tissues and peripheral
nervous system tissues depend on to be able to repair
themselves and reproduce the coating called
the “myelin” that allows for normal conduction
of electrical signals to go from brain to
body and body to brain. When those glial
cells are sick, when they’re infected and
toxic, how are they going to be able to
repair the nerve tissue? How are they going to be
able to reproduce the myelin? How are they going
to be able to protect your entire nervous system? They just can’t. When we can find with this
unique method which infections and/or toxins are
in those glial cells and provide safe and effective
remedies to clean out those infections and toxins
from those glial cells, the body can repair on its own. The body can function better. I found his nerve tissues
infected with the tetanus bacteria, as well. How did he get tetanus? Did he step on a rusty nail? Not necessarily. Listen, we get tetanus
shots since the time pretty much right
after we’re born. They’re giving you
tetanus, so the tetanus can grow in the body. And now, when it affects
different tissues, because of some other stress that
happened in his life, the tetanus bacteria for him
was harming his nervous system tissues. I found in the
cortex of his brain– with the unique exam
process, I figured this out. I found the cortex
of his brain, which is the part of the
brain that actually senses the entire body. Let me tell you something
before I tell you what I found in there. The cortex of the
brain– what doctors have been able to do
for more than 100 years, they can cut up the cap–
excuse me– the skull cap, expose the cortex of the brain. They can take a
needle and stick it into a certain
part of the cortex, and the brain doesn’t
feel any symptom. They can’t even
tell that there’s a needle sticking in the brain. But what they can feel
is there is a symptom, let’s say, in the
foot, because the foot is represented in the brain. Or they can put
it somewhere else, where they feel
pain in their hand. Or they can put
it somewhere else, where there’s pain
in the stomach. We have our entire body– the map of the entire body is
in the cortex of the brain. So all the sensory
nerves– and we have motor neurons up there
that control limb function in the cortex of the brain. When we have
infections and toxins in this cortex of
the brain tissue, we can have a symptom
of pain in an extremity. We can have a
malfunction in an organ. We can have a malfunction
with a loss of motor control of a limb or even constipation. Motor control of the intestines
can occur because of infection in the cortex of the brain. Hopefully, you understand that. So the cortex, I found that
he had a staph bacteria infection in there, as well,
with this unique system of practice. I also found a
parasitic infection in there and the
polio virus in there. And I found that
he had two teeth– I’m going to show you a picture. Let’s take a look at this
picture right next to me. This picture is a
picture of his tooth, one of two teeth I had him
extract, as they were really decayed, decayed because
infection had been in them, decayed from
infection for years. And the teeth are connected. We have blood vessels
and nerves in our teeth. And these blood vessels
and nerves from our teeth are connected to our brain,
to our sinuses, to our eyes, to our ears. They’re connected to our heart. They’re connected to all the
organs and all the tissues of the body, the spinal cord,
the cerebellum, every part of our body, our organs,
the thyroid, the stomach, the liver, in a man, the
reproductive tissues. Female reproductive tissues
are connected to the teeth. He had such terrible decay
in a couple of these teeth, these teeth were
diseasing his entire body. They go through the blood
vessels and cause inflammation in the blood vessels,
disease in the tissues. I’ll tell you right now,
before I even tell you further what I found
with his teeth, let’s look at this journal. This journal is from the
Journal of Mucosal Immunology. Now, part of my
postgraduate studies were in neurology
and neurochemistry and neuroimmunology. There are a few others. I won’t get too
deep into that now. But in neuroimmunology,
I was taught by one of the world’s most
recognized PhD immunologists, a PhD in immunology
for over 40 years. And this doctor, we had a
brief conversation on the phone one day. I was so grateful for
him expanding my brain to understand what
causes disease in people, about infections
and toxins therefore causing disease in people. He shared with me this
Journal of Mucosal Immunology. And what this journal revealed,
what the scientists found, is that with studies
of gum tissues– and people, they were
checking for the causes of rheumatoid arthritis. And all these patients
had rheumatoid arthritis. So when they checked
the gum tissues, they found that there was
microscopic parasitic infection in the gums of these patients. They went and took samples
of the fluid of the joints, the synovial fluid. And they found
that in the fluid, the same parasite
that was in the gums was the same parasite that was
in the fluid of the joints. And they said this caused
the inflammatory rheumatoid arthritic condition. They also found in
this immune study that the arteries
of the body– they took biopsies of the
arteries of the tissues. And we have arteries everywhere. There are arteries in the
brain, in the spinal cord, in the brain stem,
in the cerebellum, arteries to the thyroid,
arteries to the stomach, arteries to the reproductive
tissues, the intestines, and the kidneys and the legs
and the skin and the bones. They found the same parasite
that was in the gums was in the arteries. They said that the parasite
that was in the arteries is what caused the
arteriosclerosis. The parasite in
the arteries caused hardening of the artery,
caused narrowing of the artery. So that’s important
to know, because when you can understand that
different kinds of infections get into different tissues and
then make the body malfunction, it’s not all just what
the drug company tells you causes the
stress to the organ or stress to the blood vessel
or stress of the tissue. So I found that these
infections from his teeth were affecting the
cortex of the brain, were infecting his spinal cord. Remedies took care
of those infections. Remedies took care
of those infections, so those parts of
the nervous system can actually function better. And the proof that he’s
functioning better, he’s right there telling you
no more heel pain, no more body pain, no constipation, no
more overactive bladder. His heart rate is down
to a normal range. It’s going to get even better
after this next round, which I’ll tell you about
in a few minutes. I found that his kidneys had
infections from his teeth. I also found that the
parietal lobe of the brain– the parietal lobe is where
all the sensory nerves– so we have nerve endings
in our feet, for example. Let’s say the nerve
endings in the left foot that feel pain, those nerve
endings, the sensory nerves, all originate from the right
parietal lobe, the right foot from the left parietal lobe. So we have nerve roots in here
that extend all the way down to the end of the foot or the
hand or parts of the body. So the parietal lobe
is really important– not the only part of the central
nervous system or the brain that helps us feel
or sense things. We have the thalamus
of the brain that helps us sense and motor control. We have different
parts of the brain that help us feel the body. But the parietal lobe is
where all of the nerve roots stem from. So his parietal lobe also had
tetanus bacteria in there. And he is now nearly 100% better
from the treatments so far. Again, go back and
watch the video again. I’ll show you the thumbnail
of the longer video of him and his mother in here with
him after his first protocol of the incredible change. Now, before I get into
the fourth protocol from the fourth exam
that we just did today, I want to share with
you some images of him. First, we’re going to look
at video of him trying to– Usually, I’ll walk with sandals. I’ve been wearing
sandals all the time because it’s very hard
to even get my shoes on. They’re so sensitive. So getting these on is kind
of a challenge of the morning. But I feel like it’s
helping level my feet out. But I usually just
walk with sandals. And when I do– You’re on the outside
on the sandals– You can see that– What if you take
off the sneakers? Yeah. And you try to walk with that. And you’ll just do it there. You don’t have to go outside. Right. You’ll even see that my toes
have been going naturally– they go up. Right now– Can you take off the socks? Are you OK on this
carpeting without the socks? Yeah. Is it going to
hurt too much or– No. It’s fine right now. And in all honesty, they’re
doing a lot better right now than I usually do. But as you can see, my
toes are going straight up. I’m not even forcing that. That’s just how they’ve been. They go like that. And that’s just because if
I press down on my toes, it’s extremely painful. It’s just– In the toes or in
the whole foot when you press down on the toes? The toes are real bad. The feet– sometimes,
the whole foot, but it’s mostly been the toes. It’s just some days
are worse than others. So you look like you’re actually
trying to really stay off the balls of the feet, too, the
way the foot is on the ankle– I mean on the heel and turned
on to the side of the foot. Yeah. That’s horrible. Without the shoes
on the feet, let me just see you take
a few steps that way. Sure. All right. You can turn around
and come back. Don’t hurt yourself. Yeah. Now, we’re going to look
at a video of him walking without the pain, right
now, after starting with me in October of 2018. We’re right now September, so
we’re about 11 months later after the time I met him. And he’s walking totally normal. So you’re going
to see him walking on the side of the foot. You see his fingers curling. He was in so much pain,
such severe, intense pain. And now, you see
him walking normal. So let’s look at those side
by side, and I’ll be back. OK. Go ahead that way. Normal walking– he’s
not walking on the edge of the heel, side of the foot. You can see the hands
are relaxed next to him. They’re not curling up
the way they used to. We’ll put a comparison
video together, but normal walking, no pain. Now, that is just incredible. So let’s tell you what
I found with him today. I found that he had
in his amygdala– the fear/panic/anxiety part of
the brain, the amygdala, when it’s stressed by infection,
it makes heart rate go up. And it can make pain. And it can make other
symptoms develop. He had the Zika virus. He had the California
encephalitis virus. He had three kinds
of Candida infection. He had the infections
from his teeth that were extracted
in his amygdala. He had ringworm fungus affecting
his amygdala, the influenza virus affecting it,
chikungunya virus affecting his amygdala, Epstein-Barr
virus affecting it, tick-borne encephalitis,
virus, and he had mercury affecting his
amygdala– dental mercury, that is. And I found in another
part of the brain called the “cingulate gyrus” that
controls emotions California encephalitis virus. And he will get so much
better after this round. The body can recover. You can get better. Right now, I’m going to tell
you that as you can see, he’s doing incredible. So you can call my clinic
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this video helpful. And if you did
find it beneficial, please share it with someone. [MUSIC PLAYING] You deserve to watch this
video, because this man right next to me, Mr. Joshua
Peale, comes to my clinic. I’m Dr. Lonnie Herman. He comes to my clinic
from West Virginia. Today was his fourth
visit with me, which we started
care October of 2018. And today is
September 9 of 2019. And his nerve pain is 100%
gone and for many months. And his heart rate is
down to a normal range, and we’re going to
talk more about that. So if you are dealing with
any of these symptoms, continue to listen to this
video because you can get well, you deserve to get
well, and I’m here to help you do it for yourself. So Mr. Peale, again, how long
did you suffer with your pain before you came to me
in October of last year? This has been about a year now. But before that, I’d say
about six to eight months, something like that, and
just absolute severe pain. I know I talked about
it before, but this is the worst pain
I’ve ever felt. It’s really hard to explain
unless you’ve experienced it. It was so bad I had
trouble walking– couldn’t walk. I laid down most of the days. Actually, at my worst,
I was getting around with a walker and a
cane, going everywhere– just couldn’t put any
weight on my feet. I kind of walked with them
at the sides, just nerve pain throughout my entire body. And yeah, I suffered with that. Also, during that time,
I was losing weight. I got down to about 145. My ideal weight
range is like 180, so dropped a lot of weight
and just really sick-looking. Just a bunch of other problems– leaky bladder, just
constipation, just countless, countless issues with it. And yeah, that lasted– that was my life, no
sleep because of the pain, just the nerve pain, just
so many compounding issues. Sitting here now, my
friends and family who saw me go through it,
who know what happened, what I was feeling, they
could see it in my face. They could see my body. They didn’t know what to do. I had no opinion what to do. And coming here was like
a last-ditch effort. This was where I should
have went the first place. But yeah, I’d absolutely
say it’s miraculous what’s happening now. I’ve gained my weight back. I’m walking around. I’m able to put all the
pressure on my feet. My feet are doing great. I can walk. Just being able to walk
again, is a miracle in itself, without a
cane, without limping, because I limped for
the longest time, too. Just progressively gotten
better, and all of that’s gone now. All of it. Yeah. And again, the severity
zero to 10, the 10 was– 10. It was a 10. Absolutely. And in one video that
I’ll merge into this, you’re going to see or I’ll
try to maybe take a cut here or take a break here and
come back to our discussion so you can actually see what it
was like before when he walked. And he walked on
the edge, right? You were walking to the
outside of the feet. And you’ll notice
when he walked, his fingers were curling. If you pay attention
to the video, you see him walking on
the edge of his feet. And his fingers were
curling because he was in such severe pain. And one thing you told me was
that you tried to cover up. Even that was hard to do, to
walk around without support, putting weight on something,
having somebody hold me. Something to note, being
in Fort Lauderdale, when I came down the first
time, this is something else. I went down to the beach. And I for the longest
time have only been able to walk on
flat, hard surfaces. And even then, at that
time, at my worst point, that was hard to do. I had so much– it’s kind of hard to explain. I had so much feeling, I
could just feel everything. I was so hypersensitive
in my feet. And I remember my first
time coming down here, going to the beach, I couldn’t do it. I walked out. It was almost like I could
feel every grain of sand. And it was so bad, halfway
out, I had to literally– and it’s embarrassing. But I had to
literally crawl back. I had to drop down
and crawl back– the same with grass,
any uneven surface. It was that bad. And now, I’m able
to go on the grass. Yeah. Even with you coming
here the first time and your heart rate was– again,
you had an elevated heart rate. What was it, about
130 beats a minute when you were sitting down? Yeah, at resting. And that had been for two years. Yes, two years. And so you took it upon
yourself to fly here, even though the heart
rate was severely elevated for a couple of years, because
it was either do or die, basically. Do or die, it really was. And you still made it here, even
though you got on the airplane, and it was really stressful. The pain was severe. The heart rate was
severely elevated. You still made it happen. I made it happen. Yeah. And it was one of the best
decisions, as you’re told me. Absolutely. Just at that point, do or die– using that expression,
I was so bad, I felt pretty close to death. I don’t know how
else to explain it. It was that bad. I know other people out there
that live every day with pain. But until you’re in
constant pain 24/7, you just have no idea
how bad it can be. But nothing was going to
stop me from trying to get better and better myself. I wasn’t going to allow
anything to stop me. So I did what I had to. And the hospitals? Yeah, the hospitals were a joke. And the medications
from the MDs? Medications– they
had me on Neurontin and some other things. I was on extreme
doses of Neurontin, just because my pain was so bad. And I kept going
back, and they just kept increasing my Neurontin. I think I was taking
3,600 milligrams a day. And it wasn’t doing anything. It wasn’t doing anything. And you felt like their
answers and their tests, it wasn’t reflecting. They just left you in a state
of like, what is going on? Yeah, I was completely
in the dark. I was left completely
in the dark. And you said that you
even think that they– They’re in the dark– They’re in the dark. Yes. Let’s just be honest. They’re in the dark about all– there are just certain
things that they know to do, certain checklists of
items they know to go down. And coming here, I got
answers, a comprehensive list of what’s going on with
me, real information that I was looking for. Yeah. How long did you have– if
I may share with everybody about your previous history,
your previous issues that were going on ever since
you were a little kid, I think you told me. The constipation had been
around for how many years in your life? It was on and off for years. It’s just been– Before your teens? Yeah. It’s been going on for a while. It’s never really
regular, until– Now– Now. Yeah, now, everything
is going great. And when I was at my worst– and I say when I
was at my worst. I mean when I was 145 pounds,
when I was in pain every day, a 10 24/7, couldn’t sleep, just
literally crying just from– the pain itself,
yeah, made me do it, but just living with it and no
answer is just so frustrating. But at that point, I
may go once a week, I felt like my nerves in
my stomach were so tense. Everything is tense in my body. So this has been– Once a week, you were able
to go to the bathroom? Yes. And now, it’s every day? Yes, every day. And there are no enemas. No. And there are no
stool softeners. No. There’s no medication. No medication. You’re taking the remedies– Yes– These drops. And they’re helping
you fix everything. Everything. And now, when it comes
to the body pain, all that body pain was
from top to bottom– Top to bottom– 10 24/7– 24/7– And it’s gone. Absolutely gone. And in the last round,
when you came back to me after your second protocol,
you still had some heel pain. Yes. But the heel pain
is now 100% gone. Heel pain is 100% gone, yes. And the only thing
that remains is a bit of numbness that’s in
the toes, tips of your toes. Right. And it’s not
impairing me to walk. I’m back to walking normal. But that, we’re going
to get under control. And now, this round
should even be able to make a bigger
difference in those toes and even still with
the type 1 diabetes that we’re dealing with
here, because there is an understanding in
conventional medicine literature by the American
Diabetic Association that the brain
controls the pancreas and that when the
brain is stressed by different
infections and toxins, it causes pancreas
dysregulation. We’ll get into that
in another video. Your family members and
friends all in your community notice how much better
you’re doing now. Absolutely. And so you’ve been able to– and other people,
they come up to you. And they’re just like,
how did you do it? You looked like you were dying. The ones that saw me, yeah,
they would come to my place. They could see me, that I’m– I couldn’t work. I was laying in bed. I was just laying in
bed, just in pain. I had to have somebody
come over and help me. I couldn’t function–
could not function. And I can’t stress that
enough, that I could not function in society. And when the family members or
friends that actually saw me, they can’t believe it. They can’t believe what’s
happened within a year. They’re amazed by it. Amazed. And actually, you referred
in your coach, who saw you. When he saw you, he was
just, how did that happen? How did it happen? Yeah. You told him and– He came right here. And he has now– which we’ll
make another video with him. He now has– and he’s a
later middle-aged man. But you told me today
when I saw you, his– He’s off his blood
pressure medication. Off his blood
pressure medication. And he had, I guess,
restless legs syndrome. It would keep him up at night. He said he’d usually
get two hours of sleep. But now, he’s getting
seven, eight hours of sleep. No more restless legs. No. No more insomnia. And he actually,
funny enough, told me that for the first time in
as long as he can remember, he had a meeting to go to. And he overslept for
it for the first time. So yeah, it’s amazing. He’s getting sleep? Yeah. Phenomenal. Thank you for that referral. Yes. And now, you’ve got another
family member coming. We’ll show her at another time. But I appreciate you
for sharing those. So now, you’ve been out of
that intense, severe pain for– you came to me in October. So it started about a month
into that first protocol, right? Yes. Yeah. So we’re looking
at you’re about 10, 11 months of zero
pain in the body. No pain. The whole body pain has been
gone for 10 or 11 months. Yes. Sustained relief without
taking supplements, without medications, without
any other additional help– the man is out of pain. He put 40, 45 pounds
of weight back on. He can now sleep
through the night. Yes. You’re able to work. Yes. You’re able to go
around in society. You’re not dealing with pain. There’s no more depression. There’s no more
stress about this. And so we have sustained
relief because we found what was causing his nerve pain. We found what was causing his
dysautonomia or dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system. And this man is
proof that when we have a different set of tools
and skills and experience and knowledge, that we can
actually get into that body and be able to find out what
it is that’s driving it, different infections
and toxins that get into the parts of the
central nervous system and other organs of the body. And actually, when
we remove these, you can improve and have
lasting, sustained improvement. I’m going to tell you
that there are people– and I’ll ask you the question
here, and then we’ll be done. And I appreciate you
for sharing with us. Really, I appreciate you,
because there are too many people who need to know
that you can get better. So different people
heal at different paces. And no matter how hard
we try, one person can have a more complex
condition than another person. That’s just the way that it is. There are different
pieces of a puzzle. Even though you
have two people who have the exact same symptoms
or very similar symptoms, you still have two
different people who have different
experiences in life. And there are different
pieces of the puzzle that have to be put together
to help reverse their riddle, their
puzzle, their dilemma, their chronic condition. So while one person can start
to feel relief within a month, it may take another person
three, four, five, six months, and a couple of treatments to
start feeling the difference. All I can say is I had no hope. I had no answers from anyone. And coming here and
doing the protocol, there is nothing
else that helped me. There’s nothing else. There’s no other
answer than coming to see you help me and save me. So yeah. You have to come and try. Yeah, just you have
to try something. And this is the only
thing that can help me. That’s pretty much. It’s different. And just have an open
mind, and be willing. It worked. And my friends
and family who saw me go through this, who
struggle, they know the truth. And this works. Look forward to helping you. I thank you for watching us. I thank you for helping
me make this video today and updating people
so that they can see that somebody,
even into the future, is still living
without the pain. So I thank you for
watching this video. I hope it was helpful. And if one person
you know– if there’s one person who can
find this beneficial, please share it with them. Yes.

5 Replies to “Will My Nerve Pain Ever Go Away?”

  1. Amazing work and amazing results. This man’s story is very similar to mine and so are his results thanks to Dr Lonnie Herman. Congratulations Doc, great work!

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