An associate of mine called, asking some help: would I counsel on his patient who experienced hypersensitivities with clog, watery eyes, and red and irritated skin? When I went into the room, I saw loss of motion of left side all over. Her left eye was practically shut, there was no expression on left side even that she was grinning, her edge of lip was awry to right side and her belt on the neck was considerably greater on the left side. I asked, “What has happened to your face?” She stated, “It is an old damage from a stroke. My ear is continually ringing and the sash on left half of my neck is augmented.” My assessment affirmed my doubt of facial loss of motion. She couldn’t close her left eye and deviation of the mouth was serious. She additionally clarified that she has tears when she eats and does not have any sentiments in the correct side of her face.
I inquired as to whether I could treat her loss of motion alongside her hypersensitivity medications. She disclosed to me yes, however I don’t expect any outcomes since I have taken a stab at everything under the sun (counting needle therapy) throughout the previous 13 years.
I began a meeting and exam, while she was discussing her issues and effect of the facial loss of motion on her life, particularly social life. (She had the stroke at age of 28). I clarified what I would do including insights about needle therapy, meridians, and qi. She lay on the table and tuned in to my monolog about needle therapy with no inquiries.