See Part 1 for the beginning of taking a good patient history.
While taking the patient history, another one of many vital questions is, “Have you had ANY surgeries? Do you have any scars?” This may seem like a redundant question. But you can have scars from a scrape or fall, and not require surgery. And maybe the scar is located distant from the symptom. But through biotensegrity and distorted cellular electromagnetics, the scar(s) have systemic adverse effects on tissue, muscles, and organs as well as cellular, neurological communication, local and systemic.
Patients commonly do not answer the surgery question accurately. And maybe not at all. This can be due to their (false) reality that the surgery or surgeries were years before the symptom flare-up; therefore, surgeries are unrelated and irrelevant. Your health, or lack thereof, is cumulative. Surgeries and old injuries come back to manifest locally or systemically. Dig deep, my clinical detectives. Past operations or accidents are a big one for ultimately setting up the treatment program backed by tangible causes.
Treating With The Laser
There is an entire “Scar” protocol on the Advanced Laser Video Volume #2 found only at Performancepractic TV. The detailed case study and interview is with a female patient who had lingering concussion effects. And I teach the step-by-step history, local correction, and progress through systemic involvement. The methods applied in this hands-on correction case study can be applied to scars anywhere on the body. Taking a comprehensive history is invaluable. Hands-on correction using a system separates the clinicians from the healers!
Watch Dr. Jerome Rerucha's Advanced Laser Volume 2 Video at watch.performancepractic.com
Treating With The Percussor
Using the Erchonia Percussor to break up scar tissue and integrating laser therapy is an effective combo to address the breaking up tissue adhesions manually as well as the cellular healing benefits that laser provide. The Percussor Basics - Advanced video series in PerformancePracticTV has hours and hours of find it and fix it, hands-on details covering all of the Percussion attachments and primary anatomical areas, toes to nose.
Scars always need to be treated at some point (laser and manual adhesion correction).
Watch Dr. Jerome Rerucha's Percussor Basics Video at watch.performancepractic.com
Why Does My Back Still Hurt Series
Part 1: Patient History
Part 2: Scars
Part 3: Anatomical Short Leg
Part 4: Adjusting
Part 5: Sacral Belts
Part 6: Inflammation