You have the best healing technology in the world – MORA. Right! Sometimes it simply doesn’t work. If the world were perfect, we wouldn’t have sick people to treat and we wouldn’t have patients who are resistant to our care. There will always be patients who don’t get better.

Unfortunately, there are some folk who for one reason or another, better known to themselves, either can’t get better or don’t want to get better.

I find it very therapeutic to get rid of the patients who don’t want to get better. It is always better for one’s ego to refer these patients to someone else. But they are not always easy to pick. Best of luck.

But there are those whose karma it is, not to get better. Once more, you should refer these to someone who is more patient – pardon the pun – with them than I am.

But there are those who do not get better and it’s not their fault. The primary problems are your lack of experience, your lack of skill, or the fact that you don’t know where to look. It did very little for my ego when I discovered the major reason why patients did not get better was me. These are some of the reasons for my failures.

  1. Nutrition.

The human body is a machine that has very special and very specific fuel requirements. If it does not get them, it will not work properly. What’s more, the body needs special environmental needs to stay well. All diseases can only exist in the body if the environmental conditions (terrain) are right.

If you do not know anything about nutrition, then learn or get someone to help you who does.

Genome studies are revealing the existence of the vast variability of the effectiveness of various enzymatic systems and their dependence on adequate dietary intakes.

  1. Ingestion, inhalation or contact with toxic agents.

These include petro-carbons, pesticides, medical and naturopathic substances, plastics and wrong nutrition, just to mention a few. Vaccinations push mercury and glycol diluents directly into the body.

  1. Attitude.

The patient’s agendas, hidden and otherwise, will always complicate things.
The patient’s family and friends will always be smarter than you are.
The propaganda – heart / cancer / diabetes, etc. Cholesterol is bad, or is it?

  1. Digestion.

If you can’t digest it, then your body won’t get the fuel it needs.

Major problems with incorrect processing of foods in the intestine include: Deficiency or lack of digestive enzymes

Fermentation
Putrefaction
Poor nutrition

  1. Spine.

Spinal imbalances, subluxations and the like will devastate the effectiveness of the autonomic nervous system, which simply controls every function of the organism.

  1. Feet.

Tender (not painful, but includes painful) soles of the feet will prevent healing. Many painful conditions including headaches, painful shoulders, IBS and spinal disorders, will respond almost completely by treating the soles of the feet.

  1. Pelvic floor.

Myofascial trigger points (MFTP’s) in the Iliacus muscles will cause problems with the small and large intestines, liver, spleen, pancreas, bladder, prostate, ovaries, uterus, vagina, and sexual relationships. It causes pain in the back, places chronic rotation stress on the hips (ultimately causing stress fractures of the hip) and knee pain.

  1. Appendicitis.

Chronic appendix syndromes occur as a result of low-grade inflammation. It can even persist for many years after an appendectomy.

  1. The Liver.

 The liver’s major function is detoxification. This function is vitally dependant on adequate nutrition. Conventional liver function tests are hopelessly inadequate for assessing the health of the liver.

  1. Spleen/Pancreas.

 Spleen and pancreas are vitally involved in digestion.

  1. MFTP’s.

MFTP’s in pectoralis major and minor, subclavius and scalene can all be involved in cardiac and pulmonary disorders.

  1. Tempero-Mandibular Joints.

Tempero-mandibular joints (TMJ’s) are particularly important, because any dysfunction in the TMJ’s can cause a whole constellation of disorders, ranging from depression, anxiety, all headache syndromes, migraines, IBS, neck-thoracic-lumbar spine disorders, shoulder and arm disorders, and many more.

  1. Dentition

Dentition is vital for proper digestion. 90% of the digestion occurs in the mouth. Infection from sick gums and teeth feeds directly into the blood stream and all that sequelae.

Amalgams are made of mercury. There is no known minimum level of mercury that is safe in the human organism.

Root canal fillings are made of toxic agents. The dead tooth harbors interesting organisms like Clostridium welchii (gas gangrene), Clostridium botulinum, Escherichia Coli, Pseudomonas, and many more.

Gold crowns are alloyed with palladium, a lanatoside with toxic actions on hormonal systems. No one knows what the toxicology of titanium is.

  1. Chronic Tonsillitis.

 Chronic tonsillitis is associated with inflammatory arthritis, and cardiac and renal disorders.

  1. Hormonal Imbalances.

Hormonal imbalances play vital roles throughout the body.

  1. The Autonomic Nervous System.

The Autonomic Nervous System controls every function in the body. There are very few practitioners who know very much about this most interesting regulatory system of the body.

Many of these are simple to detect. A simple palpation of the relevant organs and structures will tell you if they are tender. Looking at various organs helps. This is only an outline of the more important sites. The Germans call these foci. Some of these are easy to treat. Others will require the help of other practitioners, including dentists or surgeons.

I am looking forward to other members of OIRF contributing more on these conditions in future OIRF newsletters.

An exclusive article for Affiliates
From THE BRIDGE Newsletter of OIRF
published December 03, 2004

Redaction by: Carolyn L. Winsor, OIRF

© Copyright 2004, Dr. Sir Zenon Gruba, Victoria, Australia

About the author

Dr. Sir Zenon Wl Gruba, MBBS, Victoria, Australia

Graduate Melbourne University 1970, in general, obstetrics, gynecology and family practice through 1984. In private practice 1984 to retirement. I practice wholistic medicine with an emphasis on physiology. I take careful medical anamnesis. I do a careful and exacting physical examination. I design treatments around the patho-physiology of each patient.

I have had formal investigations into my practice carried out by the Medical Practitioners Board of Victoria. They found 97% of my patients were their failures, but this time 92% of my patients went into permanent remission. 45% of my cancer patients were still alive 15 years after the completion of their treatment. The Medical Board has never ever found any fault with my medicine. What they find fault with is my intolerance to people who do not do what I ask of them and who then criticize me for their lack of progress in returning to health.

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