I just returned from a second visit with the doctor.
Mohamed Kahlifa has learned how to heal. A doctor in Egypt, he left for
Austria when folks disapproved of his methods. He believes that cutting into the body, and pasting in parts, is not necessarily good for the body. I call his technique "modern medicine", and can't help but think of others before thier time, like Galileo.
I am lucky enpugh to have "found" him. I smacked into a rock snowboarding last March, and have been having a tough time with it since. Most obviously, my meniscus was torn, probably years previous even. Mohamed repaired the damage this May in 1 hour of work. He applies pressure with his thumb, in my case to my left knee. The experience is quite painfull. After half an hour, I was hoping he'd finish soon.
I was back yesterday. After starting the new ski season, I felt like something was still amiss. This time, it felt as though some of the things holding my knee together were not all right. After 20 minutes of Mohamed's searing touch, he asked me to stand up and try the (new) knee. I jumped around, trying to reproduce the position where weakness manifested itself before in that precious joint. "It feels good I said." "Perfect, no?" said Mohamed. "Mmm, yah" I replied. I lay back down while Mohamed reurned to the meniscus for more energy.
Mohamed Kahlifa is well known. Boris Bekker, among other stars, have been healed with his help. X-rays show attached ligaments where nothing existed before his treatment.
I need to lay low for 1 week to let my body assimilate the new system...
A short book on him is worth a look. A visit to him is a good alternative to the knife...
Posted: Sun - December 14, 2003 at 09:48 PM