This site is dedicated in providing recordings of Conference Calls conducted by Silvia Binder of ONDAMED, Inc along with actual results reported from practitioners around the world.
Shortly after the diagnosis she received a left breast mastectomy and breast reconstruction. Twenty lymph nodes were removed and 2 were positive for cancer. She was prescribed percoset to manage the pain from the surgery. VP had pain in her breast and also pain in the 19 inch incision that was in her abdomen where fat was removed for the breast reconstruction. In July 2007, VP started her chemotherapy treatment. It was recommended that she receive adriamycin plus cytoxan every other week (4 treatments) followed by taxol every other week for 4 treatments.
VP received Ondamed treatment after her first round of chemotherapy. She was completely fatigued from the chemotherapy and could barely make it to the office. VP was still experiencing a lot of pain from the breast surgery and abdominal incision and still needed to take percoset. By the time she left the practitioners office she had no more pain in her breast. Two hours later the pain in her incision completely subsided. She never thought it would help the pain and that the pain would come back. To date she still remains pain free. The Ondamed treatment also made her tolerate the chemotherapy. It helped her energy level so that she did not have to be bed ridden and could do her chores. She continues Ondamed treatment twice per week and makes sure she does it immediately after receiving chemotherapy. VP also noticed that she no longer experienced depression after the 2-3rd treatment and that she felt happier. She did not have a history of depression. She became depressed after being diagnosed with cancer. VP also reported that if she felt a sinus problem or cold coming on, by the end of the Ondamed treatment it would disappear.
(Case Study conducted by Dr. Shari Lieberman)
As a result of concerns to Japan's nuclear power plant meltdown, an inquiry was received as to the best treatment for radioactivity poison. Silvia Binder responded with a general guideline. Ideally, all 4 modules and pulse feedback should be used to select the person's main complaint/focus within the 4 modules as well as applicator placement on the body. However, the pdf file: Treatment Protocol for Radioactivity is a general guideline in an 8-session protocol, 2 to 3 sessions per week, with a lapse of 48-hours between sessions. This 8-session protocol can be repeated anytime.
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