The first step to knowing how to heal your wound is by seeking the possible advice from an experienced wound healing and wound management healthcare professional. Modalities in this field are evolving at a rapid pace, some cost efficient and some quite expensive.
Liezl Naudé the founder and leader of Eloquent Learning Health and the Advanced Lower Limb & Wound Managment Centre in Pretoria South Africa, used five BEMER Systems in her practice for a period of 2 years.
After a few months of treating every single patient at her practice with BEMER she told me that it’s great to have “something that actually works.” You see, BEMER doesn’t heal anything at all. It simply optimises microcirculation parameters so that oxygen and nutrients can be efficiently delivered to cells of the body, giving them the ability to perform their specialised functions. If cells are able to function as they were intended then the body will be in a better metabolic state to heal itself. Self-healing is a natural function of the body and this is often forgotten and ignored.
Check out Liezl’s centre of excellence on the web. If you have a non-healing wound or an acute wound and you live in Gauteng then please consult with Liezl as soon as you can for professional advice and wound care. She is the past-president of the Wound Healing Association of South Africa and also participates in the Pan-African Diabetic Foot Study Group. Her bio can be found here. Liezl is also one of Africa’s leading wound management educators – Eloquent Learning Health.
Liezl published an article in The Specialist Forum Journal, June 2013: Independent Evaluation of BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy. The information is fascinating and reveals the physiological changes that occur during a single treatment and the positive effect that BEMER has on wound healing.
If you want to salvage your limb then one of the best options you have is to get your own BEMER System and visit Liezl Naudé for expert advice.
Amputation and death over the course of a decade
This was published on the American Diabetes Association website.