Ailments: mild chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD and damage to the bronchial tubes, high blood pressure, blocked kidneys, gall bladder issues, chest and spinal problems, and also pain in the left breast.
Over the past 40 years, I have had numerous bouts of bronchitis, pneumonia, and severe colds with an endless stream of antibiotics each winter as the infections continued to get worse. During the winter of 2014/15, I experienced wheezing in the cold weather, difficulty breathing and constant pain in the chest. The colds were so severe I was bedridden for two weeks at a time.
During the spring of 2015, an xray revealed obstructive airway disease and the diagnosis from a subsequent breathing test was moderate COPD. A catscan confirmed bronchiectasis, damage to the bronchial tubes, which accounted for the chest pain. I began some alternatives treatments and then was given WieslawJaroslawski's name from an employee in a pharmacy.
My first appointment with Wieslaw was on May 22, 2015. I arrived with an extremely tight chest and pain every time I exhaled. I had never met him before but he diagnosed my high blood pressure, blocked kidneys, gall bladder issues, chest and spinal problems. All of this was correct. He also expressed a concern around pain I was having in my left breast and suggested an immediate mammogram.
I was very impressed with the accuracy of his diagnosis and booked a second appointment. By the second appointment the gall bladder pain had relieved. By my third appointment on June 12, Wieslaw identified an improvement in the left breast and Said,I was having no pain. He was correct the pain had alleviated during that week. The mammogram result was normal.
At the end of June, I received the results of blood work and was amazed to see the incredible improvement in my kidneys. I had been diagnosed with low kidney function about 15 years ago. The filtration rate had gone from 62 to 87( normal is 90) and the creatinine dropped from 93 to 65. This result was after two appointments.
At that point I realized that I needed to continue with Wieslaw for my long term health. Interestingly enough, the day or two after each appointment, my symptoms would be worse and then improve during the week but some weeks the lungs were very tight. By the end of July, the pain in the chest was improving and there was an improvement in the breathing.
I was not conscious of each breath I was taking. I then continued to see Wieslaw every 2 to 3 weeks until my specialist appointment- on Dec.4, 2015. I realized by November that not only was I breathing easier and pain free but there was an amazing sense of energy, wellbeing and calmness after I saw him. I was confident that the specialist appointment would go well. The results of the breathing test were nothing short of amazing. The FEV1 or amount of air expelled in 1 second went from 61% to 75% and the ratio used to diagnose COPD went from 59% to 78%, moving me back into the normal range. I now have mild bronchial obstruction with all inhalers discontinued. The specialist had no explanation for the improvement because COPD does not improve! I have not had a cold yet this winter, I have no wheezing in the cold air, and I am feeling well. I will see Wieslaw regularly for a few more months to continue the improvement in my lungs. It is important to realize, that it takes time to heal a chronic condition. It is not instant. Wieslaw has a gift which he so humbly has chosen to share with anyone who is open to his help. I have always believed things happen for a reason and I chose to act on that phone number I was given last spring. It is impossible to express enough gratitude to Wieslaw for what he has done for my health. Thank you!
Cambridge, Ontario, January 19, 2016.