What is the name of the client?
We will call this client Alex
What are the important details about this client that should be shared?
Alex plays rugby. He had played for one of the provinces main teams but was plagued with injury. He now plays with the local rugby club. He is now dependent on pain killers and sleeping tablets and is only 32 years old.
What issue, challenge, or pain point did the client want you to address?
He has been diagnosed with early stages of arthritis.
Why did they have this problem?
Constant sport injuries.
What were your client’s expected outcomes from working with you?
To be pain free.
Why did they engage your organization to help?
He had heard about me through his friend who had damaged his knee and had positive experiences working with me.
How did you approach the challenge?
I decided that physical healing was the appropriate treatment in Alex’s case (I see pain as blocked energy). Where energy doesn’t flow it becomes blocked and one block creates another one causing a back up and eventually pain. Once the pain/block is released the body heals itself incredibly quickly. Unfortunately when we have pain we usually attempt to deny it and avoid feeling it by ingesting pain killers, alcohol and other methods.
What was the solution?
I did four physical healing sessions with Alex. Normally I only need three sessions but Alex was attached to the story of his pain. He could in detail tell me why and where the pain and wound had come from. After the fourth treatment Alex experienced relief from the pain he had been experiencing.
Specific healing in Alex’s Case
Physical Healing sessions.
What was the timeline?
Three and a half weeks.
Did your solution solve the client’s stated problem or accomplish their objective(s)?
Yes. We are now working on understanding what causes us to feel pain, where it comes from/triggers and how it leads to illness and the power of being in control of yourself.
What benefits did your client see because of your work immediately?
He can now walk pain free.
What benefits should your client see because of your work over time?
His long term goal was to stop taking medication and already he no longer takes or desires pain medication.