The worst case of psoriasis I have ever seen
The day before I went on holiday, I saw an emergency new client at my clinic in Epsom, whom I had met just days before. She had the worst case of psoriasis that I have ever seen.
Whilst chatting to both her and her Mum, I learnt that she was just about to start methotrexate treatment on the NHS. Methotrexate is a chemotherapy medication sometimes used to treat skin conditions. According to Netdoctor it works “by preventing the excessive division and multiplication of skin cells that causes the skin scaling and raised plaques in this condition”. As with most allopathic medicines, this only treats the symptom and can often make the underlying condition worse.
After just 3 treatments, her skin has changed tremendously
However after just 3 treatments, her skin has changed tremendously. The scarlett red has calmed to pink and the pustules have dried. The patches on her skin are clearing also, along with the pain. I heard she went out with her friends over the weekend. This was the first time in a long while which is fabulous news. She is beginning to live her life again.
In the warm weather, wearing summer clothes and swimwear for most people is a joy. However, for people with skin conditions summer can be a nightmare.
Over the years I have found skin problems to be some of the most challenging conditions to deal with. However, using kinesiology techniques that view the person holistically means, we usually see improvements, if not a complete cure.
Psoriasis can be incredibly painful both emotionally and physically. Conventional medicine usually looks at what can put on top of the skin to strip the psoriasis away. However, this method usually only makes a temporary difference and thins the skin. Unfortunately, mainstream doctors are now offering serious drugs like methotrexate, which, in my opinion and experience, only treats the symptom.
Deep emotional hurt is a major involvement in psoriasis
I have never had a case of psoriasis where deep hurt is not a major involvement. The hurt is usually from either the opposite sex parent, relative or care giver. I have also found the liver and kidneys to be involved. Our organ functions can be affected by our emotions too. Anger is related to the liver and fear is related to the kidneys. I have found both are combined with the hurt of psoriasis.
Skin is a way out for blocked emotions
If we do not understand what we are feeling or why we are feeling a certain way, we then are unable to express our emotions in a balanced way, if at all. These trapped emotions can then build pressure up to an intolerable energy, that needs to get out/erupt in a different way and the skin is a way out.
Kinesiologists also test to see if diet is having an adverse effect
With Kinesiology, we also test to see which foods may be having an adverse effect in the small and large intestines which are also connected to the skin. Structural issues are also related and can be involved with skin conditions.
Our bodies tell us exactly what we need and kinesiology helps us to hear
Supplements can give the body the tools for the job to promote the natural process of self healing which we all have (we see this & maybe take it for granted with every day things like with a paper cut that just magically heals itself). With kinesiology as a tool, we don’t have to guess what the body needs, the body shows us through the muscle testing.
So even a little persistent patch of something on the skin, is telling us a bigger story about the imbalance within. This is why I have found skin issues anything but skin deep.