Ongley Procedures for muscular skeletal injuries both acute and chronic:
The O. Procedures are too many to put anywhere except in a textbook. Simply stated, most problems have nothing to do with the skin they lie deep inside. Humans do not come with 'zips' -therefore to reach them one must use either a knife or a needle. The O. Procedures use a needle.
This is a method for removing the plaques that builds up inside
arteries impeding the flow of blood. It occurs in almost 100% of
individuals as they age. A medicine that dissolves the plaques is
slowly dripped into the circulatory system via a vein and finally
reaches the arteries. The flow of blood may be measured before and
Oxygen therapy is a proven method to restore normal respiration
to a cell that has lost its ability to utilize oxygen. The abnormal
cellular respiration alters the required physiological function
of the cell.
Ill health causes malfunction of cellular respiration. Normal cellular
respiration is essential to achieve healthy cells. Restoration of
the abnormal cellular respiration may be achieved by eliminating
the causes of the improper respiration. The usual cause of this
interference is the build up of toxins within the cells and within
the inter cellular spaces. Any cell deprived of 60% of its normal
oxygen respiration quotient mutates and ceases to utilize oxygen
for its respiration purposes.
Normal metabolic functions of the human body depend upon normal
Destructive forces to the human body abound everywhere: the air
we breath, the foods we eat, the water we drink, the lotions we
apply to our bodies, the destructive mental attitudes and other
altered mental states combined with unhealthy habit modalities.
Counteraction of these damaging forces requires maximum normal cellular
Restoration of normal cellular function requires the removal, from
the body, of all these inhibitors to normal cell respiration. This
process is known as DETOXIFICATION. Detoxification is the essential
initial step for the removal of substances counteracting normal
Detoxification is achieved by dietary control and other routines
to remove these toxins, not only from the cells and inter cellular
spaces but also from their accumulation and storage within the intestines
Returning the detoxified cell to normal oxygen respiration and
normal physiological function is brought about by saturating them
with pure oxygen and maintaining that essential oxygen supply.
Oxygen is a gas and when administered in the concentration necessary
to produce cellular respiration reversal, it must be dissolved in
a liquid and administered intravenously.
Other attempts to introduce Oxygen through the skin via an Oxygen
chamber or by inhalation do not produce the concentration of oxygen
at the cellular level required to normalize abnormal cellular respiration.