I am Israeli born and immigrated to New Zealand in October 2001. I have Crohn’s disease and I managed to keep it quiet for some years. I had a car accident about a month after I came to NZ and fractured my body in 14 different places. That is 14 fractures that kept me from completing normal activity for one year.
Then, during the night a few nights later, I awoke suddenly, to feel a heavy “weight” pressing down on my back, pushing, pushing against me – I was being moved on the bed. I tried to get up and couldn’t and feeling frightened beyond reason, I didn’t open my eyes as I was too afraid. I felt a strong grip around both my wrists and everytime I strained to push myself up the grip tightened. I was getting hurt, my wrists were hurting and I felt a pain like I’ve never experienced before ,down below. The atmosphere was again oppressive and dark, I felt the dark, even though I had both my eyes tightly squeezed shut. Then, it stopped, the pressure released and I lay there shaking, unable to move, just shaking, barely breathing as I was so scared. Had I just been assaulted? By what?
Out of the 30 surgeons I have investigated, I have only kept 3 that I bring groups to on a regular basis. I have worked with them since 1997 and I have never been able to catch them cheating.
Bare Hand Surgery was successfully performed on a friend of mine suffering from Parkinson’s disease. This successfully stopped the progression of the disease for many years.
My relative meet an accident and he is very soon discharged from hospital. He needs Physiotherapy clinic treatment for 2 more months in home itself. Is any company provide claim for this? Unfortunately, energy insurance won’t cover anything unless your relative dies. What you’re looking for is disability insurance, however…
Most business people we see are tired, have aches and pains, headaches, irritability, sleeping problems, digestive problems and often are over-weight, many have boarder line high cholesterol and erratic blood pressure problems. This is far from peak condition. Many people tell us it’s the stress and over work, and to a degree they are right, but only to a small degree. We all have stresses, it’s a part of life, and as for too much to do, there never seems enough time in the day, never.
Head restraints on car seats may prevent some whiplash injuries. They may stop the head from jolting backwards in a car crash. However, up to 3 in 4 head restraints are not correctly adjusted. Head restraints may make a journey less comfortable when they are correctly adjusted as they will not allow your head to lie back. However, if you have had a whiplash injury, you may be more particular about correctly adjusting the head restraint for yourself and for other passengers.