Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) & Fibromylagia Testimonial
CFS and Fibromylagia Success Story
Below is a testimonial from another Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia success story. Bobbie’s commitment and courage made her a pleasure to work with and, as a result, she thoroughly deserves the results she achieved.
Most sufferers of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromylagia, IBS and axuiety or depression suffer for many, many years and experience the frustration and helplessness that follow multiple to attempts to find a solution, and the difficulty those around them have in understanding their condition and empathising with them.
Apart from the obvious debilitating symptoms such as fatigue, pain, difficulty in sleeping, brain fog, gastro-intestinal difficulties and poor immune function, it is this frustration and helplessness that people with these chronic ailments find most debilitating.
As such it is a very empowering feeling for these clients to finally experience freedom from illness and a bright outlook to the future; and it is very gratifying and humbling for me to witness as a practitioner.
“Mickel Therapy made sense to me from the start.
Tim’s explanatory first session was clear, and as soon as I pieced together that the triggers were always the same, it made it quite easy to “do my own therapy” so to say. Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue settled and improved from session one. Other secondary symptoms (I’d been dragging along with post shingles virus for 8 months) eased right off or disappeared altogether. Tim was good value : his approach is fuss free, down to earth and sensible. I was comfortable with him and he was easy to work with. His honesty was much appreciated and as soon as he felt that I was on the right path, he supportively suggested it was time to go my own way with the process, knowing he was there for any future support needed.
I would say that I’m no longer chronically fatigued, and most of the time my fibromyalgia is down from an 8 to a 2. Pretty good! If I find myself achey, I know it’s time to find the emotional trigger and “do some Mickel!”
As a therapy : you just need to be honest with yourself, searching out those same-same usually deep seated emotional triggers. Yet it was not a melodramatic emotional process. Rather, I found it to be a very interesting and logical process.
Bobbie (70 yr old patient presenting with post viral fatigue and 40 years of fibromyalgia).”