The Doctors: Biliary Artesia
The Doctors brought on one of their producers who went through one of the hardest things a parent could ever go through when her infant was diagnosed with Biliary Artesia, a life-threatening liver condition. When she was pregnant, they found out that he had a heart defect, so they were prepared for him to need heart surgery when he was born. When he didn’t, they thought they had dodged a bullet. Two months later they bring the baby in for a checkup and he’s jaundiced. He’s diagnosed with Biliary Artesia and immediately carted off for surgery.
The parents were devastated. They thought they had seen their baby for the last time. They had no control over the situation and they knew the surgery only had a 50% chance of working. After the surgery they had to keep coming in for tests to see if it had worked. Things weren’t looking good each time. The doctors said there was nothing more they could do, they could only wait. Finally his numbers began to drop and now he’s a very healthy baby boy.
The Doctors: Neurolumen Review
The Doctors brought on a woman named Shelly who had invented a device called the Neurolumen out of necessity and mother’s love. When her daughter was 15-years-old, she was in a horrific car accident. She shattered her vertebrae in her lower back and she had to have it replaced with a titanium one. The doctors told them 50/50 she never walks again and she probably can never have children. And even if she could walk, the titanium vertebrae causes arthritis and she’d be in a wheelchair by 25.
Shelly saw the pain her daughter was in and decided not walking wasn’t an option. She began combining low level lasers, electrical stimulation and LEDs to try to relieve her daughter’s pain. Finally she found the right combination and it became the Neurolumen medical device.
Shelly’s daughter is now 26-years-old, received treatment from the Neruolumen once a month, is walking just fine, has no arthritis and is a mother to a two-year-old.