Mickel Therapy

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Hi, anyone tried this therapy technique yet?  Noticed this was asked 4 months ago on this forum but with only one response.  It's very costly so don't want to rush into it.  Thanks

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    Hi Julie, 

    I've not tried it but friend of friend has for fibro and had fantastic results. 

    She was almost wheel chair bound, and in a short time said she could have gone skiing. 

    V diff to know what to go for alt therapy wise as all so v v costly. I'm off for Reiki Friday - first session but it's. £35 a pop. Have u tried it or any others? 


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      Hi, I've had ME/FMS for 22 yrs but only was diagnosed a couple of years ago.  My Mum said I had a bad back so I went to a few different Oestopaths for years. Tried Acupuncture, Cranial Oestopath, Massage, Hydrotherpy, Bowen Therapy. They all say they can help then after about 6 months admitted it wasn't.  Can you post how your Reiki session goes? Thanks
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    I met Dr. Mickel when he was in the US, he visited with an MD I was seeing for a while as the MD was going into this therapy.....I can't remember all of it, but I didn't pursue it....I believe Mickel is from Scotland. I don't think there are many who do this work, it takes special training of course.
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    No I haven't. I just want to feel better like you I have really had enough of this illness, there just doesn't seem to be any end to it. It is getting people to understand I just think they don't want to and have there own slant on it.

    Shall I just go to bed and not get up again. This is not my way of dealing with it. I pace myself and try not to do too much, but it is so so difficult.

    Especailly when I have had it for at least 32 years.

    In the past I have spent £500 on homeopathy a total con. £320 on reverse therapy even more of a con. I have tried amygdala re-training it sort of worked up to a point.


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      It's so hard cos you'll spend the money if you know it will fix you.  But when we've spent so much and not been fixed it is so hard to keep taking the risks.

      My hubby says, ME/CFS is not just in the mind, therefore how can something which only works with your mind fix it?  Inthat I think he maybe has got to be right.


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      That's why I'm not going to think of the amounts spent cos I'll feel the same!

      You've mentioned that you have had ME/CFS for 32 years. Did you have it from childhood like me?  We can't actually put a date on it cos it was too long ago but I'm thinking mine was from about 14years old.

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