Ergibt sich bei malignen Erkrankungen die Gefahr der Streuung bei manueller Lymphdrainage?
Antwort von Stefan Fröhlich am 00.00.2012 um 09:28
Sehr geehrter Herr Wiche,
grundsätzlich besteht beim Vorliegen einer malignen Erkrankung tatsächlich die Möglichkeit einer Streuung von Tumorzellen durch die MLD. Es ist deshalb erforderlich, vor der Anwendung der MLD eine wirkungsvolle onkologische Therapie z. B. in Form einer Chemotherapie einzuleiten. Danach ist eine MLD wieder unbedenklich durchführbar.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
S. Fröhlich Patientenmanager
Antwort von Ahmed am 00.00.2012 um 03:48
I confess. I am one of those peploe who has bought a lot of those new-fangled pieces of exercise equipment, use it for a short period of time, then stop. It was no different with the Cellerciser. I think the reason I stopped using it was because I didn't actually believe that it was that much better than other forms of exercise. So, there in the corner of our sunroom sat our beautiful tri-fold cellerciser with the balance bar. I would vacuum off the dog hair off periodically since one of our dogs seemed to really enjoy napping on it. I went back to exercising with weight equipment in a gym, and wham! I got injured. I limped for almost a year I don't know what I did to my right knee and hip, but it was painful so painful that I couldn't exercise. The weight started coming back on and the pain in my right hip grew worse. And standing for any length of time? Forget it. Some days it hurt just to walk across the office. And I grew stiffer and stiffer. Finally, out of desperation I begrudgingly got back on the cellerciser last week, realizing that this was probably going to be the only form of exercise I would ever be able to do again. I will be 63 in November, and I wanted to be on an exercise regimen as I approach retirement. And, so what if it wasn't that effective it was better than nothing. I got on the cellerciser, committed to bouncing for only 10 minutes since that is what is recommended when one first begins. My right hip started hurting, and my heart sank. But I decided to commit to the 10 minutes.You probably will not believe this next statement, but it is the truth (and I still have to write David Hall and leave a testimony about it.) After a couple more minutes of bouncing, the pain left my right hip. You read that last sentence correctly: the pain didn't lessen it stopped. And my right hip and knee haven't hurt since. I have more energy than I have had in months and months, I am more flexible, I feel better, my elimination is better, my facial skin and texture are better, and I'm not stiff when I first get out of bed each a.m. I am now doing this twice per day 10 min. in a.m. and p.m., and will work on increasing my time. My experience is the closest thing to a miracle that has happened in my life. I had listened to an update ad that David has on YouTube (at least that's where I think I listened to it since I have managed to misplace the original paperwork that came with the Cellerciser)in which he explains how using the Cellerciser helps to realign the body. Now I haven't studied why bouncing on this Cellerciser works, nor will I invest time in doing that now that's the kind of research one does prior to buying. All I know and all I need to know is that it works for me, and I am pain free. I forgot to mention that my lower back is in almost constant pain, too. Believe it or not, that pain is lessening daily and I know it is from rebounding on the Cellerciser. While I love eBay and Amazon and purchase both places, I bought my Cellerciser directly from David Hall out in Utah or Oregon wherever he is. I don't know if you still can purchase directly from him or not. If you purchase elsewhere at a better price AND get the warranty, great. If not, I would opt for buying and getting the warranty. When mine arrived there was a small tear in the perimeter cover. I called the company and talked to a LIVE person, and they sent me a replacement no questions asked and they didn't ask me to return the damaged cover. They are all about customer service and they want you to be successful on the cellerciser.