Accidents happen all the time, whether it is an auto accident or workplace accident. Many high-cost health claims, disabilities and deaths result from improper health tools or health tools alone. Individuals need to think independently. Below were personal stories of our Founder after her mother and she were rear-ended in a tragic auto accident in 1997.
Get off Ventilator, Regain Independence
My mother was put on a ventilator in ICU since she could not breathe on her own. About 5 weeks later, her doctor diagnosed that she would be ventilator-dependent for the rest of her life since she did not improve. My mom refused to live on the ventilator, so I had to be the one to discontinue her lifeline. I decided to exam her myself before I took the final step. To my surprise, I found her diaphragm was intact, which meant that she could breathe by raising and relaxing her diaphragm (abdominal breath). I taught her the new way of breathing. She got off the ventilator in three days. Later she regained her independence through both the Eastern and Western medicine.
My mother stayed in the hospital for about 7 weeks, including 5 weeks in ICU. Her medical bills were close to $300,000. How much money was wasted in ICU? Most doctors know abdominal breath that human use in childhood. However, they cannot link the concept with adults nor utilize it to save life and money.
Recover from Traumatic Brain Injury after 2-Year Plateau
I suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury in the auto accident in 1997. Almost all experts predicted that I could not recover, including an expert from Harvard University. In the meantime, we got zero compensation from the courts. I cried for a whole night. Then I decided to apply for a medical license to recover myself.
I tried everything I could to regain my abilities, including learning and Eastern medicine. Thank God, I have passed all 3 steps of medical license examinations in 2.5 years, found my residency, invented the 6Q approach in 2004, and helped several Traumatic Brain Injury victims, including the business owner at the ER. The full recovery of Traumatic Brain Injury is still impossible to Harvard University today.
The two-year “plateau” in Traumatic Brain Injury is no longer reliable as victims can regain their independence many years after through custom learning, Eastern Medicine, and other ways.