For treatment of a difficult disease, it is crucial to find a doctor who understands how to treat the disease and the symptoms associated with the disease. A doctor must both treat the cause of the disease as well as the symptoms the patient is experiencing. Natural medicine is a great method that gets to the root of the cause and treats the problem where it occurs. At Agape Acupuncture, miracles happen all the time and stories of healing and recovery are truly uplifting.
A patient came to Agape Acupuncture for treatment of a brain lesion. She had a seizure one December, which landed her in the hospital ICU. The doctors did an MRI to find out why the patient had a sudden seizure and she was sent home to await the results. She started treatments at Agape Acupuncture for another health problem she was dealing with, but then she recieved the test reports back from the doctor. The test results showed that the patient had a brain lesion on the right of her brain that measured around 2 x 1 centimeters. The patient showed the MRI report to Dr. Huang.
The patient continued with on for treatment of the brain lesion and continued to maintain a healthy lifestyle, along with weekly acupuncture treatments and herbs. She said she also started praying for a healthy body and spent time meditating. She also continued to see results and said she expected that her health would turn around.
After six months, she went in for a PET scan of her head and her body and the tests came back with no sign of a brain lesion. The test results were absolutely normal and the patient was overjoyed to hear the news. All the doctors discovered was a small scar tissue, which truly surprised the doctors.
IMAGING CENTER FINDINGS - 12/06/11: MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Brain and Head CT SCAN confirmed “There is a 1.5 x 1.0 cm ring-enhancing lesion in the right parasagittal frontal lobe with surrounding vasogenic edema. The finding is suspicious for a solitary metastasis.”
IMAGING CENTER FINDINGS - 05/29/12: BRAIN PET SCAN West Coast Radiology Centers: “Normal PET scan of the brain. No evidence for metabolic abnormality in the right frontal lobe.”