Reconstruction therapy causes natural permanent reconstruction of tendons, cartilage, ligaments and joints. When working 3-4 sessions per month we've found it takes usually from a few months to a year and sometimes even longer to reach a maximum level of strength, endurance and structure.
Through Dr. Faber's research hypoallergenic formulas have been identified which can greatly shorten the overall treatment time allowing patients to receive a month's worth of treatment in 1 week. This is done by giving 3 to 5 treatment sessions in a week. Two or three weeks of these accelerated sessions are ideal. For more severe disabilities (failed low back surgeries or others) and when X-ray changes are present, 2 and 3 week accelerated programs are recommended. Patients are advised to return home until soreness from the therapy disappears before additional accelerated sessions are scheduled.
This program can also be used with neural therapy (an instant therapy for pain & dysfunction). Concurrent biological and nutritional balancing are recommended during an accelerated program according to the individual patient's needs.
Two to six two-week sessions have been found to give permanent benefits for the majority of conditions treated. When joints are severely destroyed, 6 to 10 two-week sessions are needed. The total number of treatments needed varies depending on the severity of the condition, the number of areas needing treatment and the overall healing ability of the person.
Clinical experience has shown reconstruction/neural therapies to provide unsurpassed benefits when all other treatment has failed to produce a lasting result for arthritis, musculo-skeletal problems, injuries and neurological problems, regardless of severity or duration. See Dr. Faber's books "Pain, Pain Go Away" and "Instant Pain Relief" for easy to read details, case histories and references.
Patients should not be taking cortisone, anti-inflammatory medicines (ibuprofen, aspirin, Nalfon, Clinoril, Naprosyn, Feldene, Voltaren, Orudus, Indocin or any others), Tagamet, Zantac, or antiacids. Patients should be free of active infections, have good appetites and diets. Bowel habits daily are also necessary.
Should patients not meet the above requirements they may enter into an individualized metabolic program designed to correct the system without drugs so that reconstruction/neural therapy can be successful.
When calling people inquire as to how many areas will have to be treated. While it is not possible to give a precise answer to this question without examination, the following guidelines are intended to give you a general idea of how many areas are usually required. After examination we will be able to give you more precise information.
Reconstruction therapy is given per area. Multiple ligaments tendons, and/or joints are treated in each area. Usually each of the following require treatment of one area: knee, neck, ankle, foot, elbow, wrist and fingers. The low back initially consists of three areas (the right sacroiliac, the left sacroiliac and the lumbar vertebrae areas). Hip treatments may require treatment of the lower back as well. When the thoracic spine is treated, often the low back must be treated as well. TMJ treatment requires treatment of the neck.