Friday, 13 May 2016

Recovery from Ossification of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament

On May 2011, when a woman at the age of 56 woke up in a morning, she realized that she could not get up. Thus, she was carried by an ambulance and taken to an university hospital. As a result of a thorough examination with MRI, she was diagnosed as Ossification of Posterior Longitudinal Ligament.  

Makiko Goto and Mito Toyota, The Challenge of Two Women Doctors. p149. Tokyo: Aiiku Shuppan, 2013.

She had taken the steroid pulse therapy for three days, which enabled her to move her toes. In addition, the consecutive four-month rehabilitation helped her walk with a walking assist instrument. Nonetheless, she still had the pang on her back when she felt a slight vibration such as getting into a car or going to bed. Pain relievers did not work, sometime made her pain worse, and the sense of legs was paralysed, leading to getting burned twice unwittingly. Meantime, she qualified the requirements of the permanent disability allowance with severe disability who graded second by the Japanese government. 

She visited Ms. Nonaka and took the mind power treatment on July in the same year. Before the treatment, she hardly walked, at least a few steps with the help of a walking assisting apparatus. However  the mind power treatment miraculously enabled her to walk, and even more she could make a turn by herself. Thus, she and her husband decided to attend the mind power ceremony and seminars, and took the weekly treatments at St. Mother clinic. Further, her husband treated her with mind power on a daily basis. As a consequence, she became able to walk again after two months, and she could dance Tennessee Waltz with 7cm heels after five months. 

Four years later, she has been getting better more than ever. The mind power treatments healed her dysuria and dyschezia that she had suffered since she was sick. She overcame these symptoms completely, which proves her neurological disorder has been recovered. 

Recently she talked to Dr. Toyoda that "I would sit in a wheelchair for the entire of my life if I would not know the mind power treatment, and the pang was unbearable. I find that the power is the only solution to this disease. I would love to tell people who have the same disease". 

The texts were originally written in Japanese by Dr. Goto and Dr. Toyoda and translated by Mio Nakano.
Reference: Makiko Goto and Mito ToyotaThe Challenge of Two Women Doctors. pp146-149. Tokyo: Aiiku Shuppan, 2013.

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