I have Iliac Artery Stenosis (hardening of the Artery) in my legs. I could not walk or do much for 3 yrs due to pain. When I went to the Specialist, he wanted to instantly set me up for an Operation to take veins from my arms and replace them in my legs. (I was 50 yrs old at that time ~ much too young for this type of invasive surgery in my opinion!)
I immediately went for a second opinion and my appointment date was scheduled for April of 2013.
I saw Marlene Ryan for a Reiki Session 1-2 weeks before that visit.
WHEN the day came around, I could actually WALK IN FROM THE BUS (15 mins or less) !!!!!! The Specialist asked what I had changed to make this happen and I told him about Reiki with Marlene Ryan. He said "IF that is working for you this much, I suggest continuing with it and get back to me if anything changes or your symptoms are worse and you require attention" .
It is now 2 years later and I went to the Vascular Clinic for my Testing June 29, 2017 for an update. My followup appt for results was July 19, 2017. (3 years since diagnosis)
My results were INCREDIBLE! :
My left leg which was worse with the blood flow in my legs increased from 52 % - 76%!!!!! The right leg had NOT changed and remained the same as it was less of a problem.
ReikiandYou, Chakra Balancing, Crystal Healing and everything that Marlene Ryan puts into healing the greater good is AMAZING and I can certainly back up this with my own ailments.
Internal iliac artery stenosis (IIAS) is one of the possible localizations of atherosclerosis on the arterial tree. This disease is often missed in the diagnosis process when a patient has a proximal walking pain. Indeed, a pain that appears during walking and involves the lower back, hip, buttock, or thigh suggests either proximal claudication or proximal pseudoclaudication. Claudication is a vasculogenic pain whereas pseudoclaudication results from diseases such as lumbar spinal stenosis, hip osteoarthritis, venous congestion, or bone metastasis, sciatica, and so on.