Guillain Barre Syndrome affects about 1 in 100,000 people. After making a recovery far beyond what doctors expected, but still dealing with troubling residual issues years later, I was told by the Attending Neurologist (whom I’d known since we were 6 years old) consider yourself lucky Jim, we thought you’d be in a wheelchair.
The truth is I do consider myself lucky where GBS is concerned as my search for answers to full recovery ultimately led to the creation of Replenishing Care - a turnkey, standardized client care system that integrates 9 standalone, synergistic cellular-health technologies/methods into a (seamless) wellness, optimal performance, and illness prevention solution. It no longer astonishes me how these methods/their inventors and I seemed destined to cross one another's paths.
Each RC technology is “adaptive and non-discriminatory” (meaning they bend to fit the specific needs of any individual - in accordance with the individual’s unique DNA and health circumstance). The nine (9) technologies are complementary - each contributing a specific benefit to the cellular-healing process thereby stacking the respective benefits to increase the likelihood of a positive RC client outcome, as follows:
RC components reduce/reverse underlying causes and risk factors of illness – by helping restore cellular health and promoting energetic, structural and emotional balance; in this process:
The foundation of Replenishing Care is PEMF technology. Of the 9 RC methodologies, PEMF is not only the sharpest tool in the shed but works to bring out the best in the other methods.
Replenishing Care’s mission is to help people become as healthy as they possibly can be by matching the best tools available to each person’s health circumstance, goals and needs.Ask Questions
Replenishing Care does not diagnose, treat, nor cure any illness or medical condition. Our services promote fitness, wellness and improved athletic performance; results vary. Readers and users alike are advised to use the information, technologies, and methods presented under the supervision of their family doctor and/or other health professionals they rely upon.