Louisa Williams Discusses Heart Disease and Biological Dentistry IABDM 2011 Carmel (Transcript)

There were some tests to talk about, it’s difficult sometimes to test a strong indicator muscle, use a big shoulder muscle or use a more specific muscle like the supraspinatus 30 degrees in front of the body, that’s what the applied kinesiologists do and they are such excellent muscle testers. So it’s a more specific muscle, more precise, more able to see obvious strength versus weakness. But overall everybody caught on really well and I saw some great testing.

So conclusion, rheumatic disease, illnesses of streptococcal origin are still quiet pandemic, but they’re just not diagnosed except through us. Dental cleaning, dental drilling, extraction obviously causes transient bacteremia. Is that a big deal? Well, yes, if you have underlying dental and tonsil focal infections or heart disease, and it can worsen these areas or any part in the body that’s a disturbed rheumatic field. What’s a rheumatic field? An area where strep bacteria likes to reside.

Sustained grip test is an excellent dynamic test to reveal underlying cardiac abnormalities. It can help you determine the natural therapeutic supplement. You can get a pre and post dental cleaning, drilling, injection, like I said it’s on my five dental cavitation surgery protocol now. Everybody uses notatum drops and other therapeutic supplements to help support that surgery. And the naturopathic prophylaxis again, notatum 4x to help to reduce and prevent pathogenic bacteria, post-cavitation surgery, mercury amalgam removing – removal, even post cleaning. You can use Chairside or give to the patient to take home.

All right. So again the point is the reason I named my book Radical Medicine is radical actually means getting to the root or the origin or the cause of disease. Many, many diseases are caused by these chronic underlying silent insidious dental and tonsil focal infections and we’re the ones to diagnose that and to propagate that through our colleagues who know more about that.

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Okay, So I’m done. Thank you.

 

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