Inclined Bed Therapy IBT Andrew K Fletcher

15 04 2011

John Cann Walks after 11 years of paralysis using a simple non-invasive free therapy, discovered by Andrew K Fletcher, who has shown beyond any shadow of doubt that gravity plays a vital roll in the circulation of fluids and that posture in relation to the constant direction of gravity is of paramount importance when restoring function to all neurological and non-neurological damage. Conditions this therapy has helped include: Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, spinal cord injury, short term memory loss, heart conditions, blood pressure, respiratory problems, psoriasis, thrombosis, varicose veins, oedema, optic nerve damage, bladder infections, scoliosis of the spine, leg ulcer, gangrene, even completely restoring sight in supposedly irreversible optic nerve damage caused through long term progressive ms, to the point where a lady with long term damage to the optic nerve, who could not make out the edge of her monitor, completed an Open University degree and can now legally drive a vehicle on the road without wearing glasses. Confirmed by her ophthalmologist. Tested by an independent therapist: eregimens.com Currently conducting an experiment to prove that psoriasis is a circulation problem rather than a disease. If you know of anyone who has this condition and would help by providing before during and after photographs of affected areas please ask them to read the information about this experiment at: http://www.psoriasis-help.org.uk Google “Andrew K
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29 responses

15 04 2011
rusty1491

I inclined my Murphy Bed and within a few weeks the dark circles under my eyes started to diminish dramatically. I suspected I was breathing better too, because I felt well rested instead of occasionally feeling like someone beat me up during the night.

15 04 2011
THEjkllkkljkljkl

@AndrewKFletcher “Comment pending approval” is a bad thing believe me.I know you must get a lot of bad comments but just ignore them.
Do you really think that this was not discovered before?
there are a lot of things that we “know” that are not true.Wgat you are doing is great but dont expect “official” science and doctors to except this.It is not in their interest.
So dont fell disappointed about that,be glad you helped people who do tried this

15 04 2011
osirisseventh1

Congratulations Andrew on the New Pathways Article, please let me know when it is available

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

An article for the Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre’s New Pathways Magazine, about Inclined Bed Therapy is going to feature reports and results from people using I.T.

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

@Alexknobsob
Check out Thisisms forum and CCSVI

While there read the Inclined bed therapy threads. Lots of people reporting significant improvements.

Thanks for the comment

Andrew

15 04 2011
Alexknobsob

I’m convinced this is worth a try, look at Dr. Paulo Zamboni’s work.

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

PARALYZED IN CHURCH.; Stricken While Praying ;- Remains Kneeling for 14 Hours.
November 11, 1913, Tuesday
Page 2, New York Times
Shortly after Miss Hannah Moran, a seamstress, knelt for her morning devotions at 7 o’clock yesterday in a pew in the Church of St. John the Baptist, in West Thirtieth Street, she was stricken with paralysis and found she could not rise. Her hope, then, was in prayer, and she continued with bowed head hour after hour.
An old report shows importance of posture.
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15 04 2011
MSVlogSupport

Hi Andrew,

Thanks for posting this as a video response. I am going to be making my comments there so everyone can see.

I find this very interesting considering the new info about CCSVI

Thanks again.
Andrea

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

@TheEgg185 BTW, I am not a Doctor 🙂

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

@TheEgg185

The door has two functions, it allows the wood buring stove to warm the bedrooms and hallway, and is ideal for the dogs and ourselves to push open and closed with ease, something that happens a lot 🙂

15 04 2011
TheEgg185

I believe in your invention, Dr. Fletcher. Doctors and drug companies don’t want us to know about this because its too simple and they can’t make money off it.

LMAO @ the door 3:30. Whats the point of that?

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

Hi Darren thank you for your comment.

If you want to see how my research is going right now, google: inclined therapy and thisism. The posts from people with multiple sclerosis who have tilted their beds are incredible.

Andrew

15 04 2011
greatmindstore

Amazing! I was plagued with severe throat infections as a child. After my tonsils were removed, I still suffered from strep throat and other infections frequently. Someone told me it could be congenital hiatal defect. I raised the head of the bed only 3 inches, and now rarely have even a cold. Kudos on thinking outside the box!

15 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

Provind the frame is strong and not one of those pine beds with weak joinery, you simply need to have someone place blocks under the frame to lift up the head end, and remove castors / wheels from the bottom of the bed if aplicable.

That’s it.

But there is much more to this therapy than meets the eye, people are ready to dismiss it because it sounds too good to be true. It is however true and tilting the bed has changed peoples lives with an array of serious medical conditions. Thank you

15 04 2011
ProgressiveMS

I will definately try this!

15 04 2011
ProgressiveMS

I want to try this! But there is nobody to help me fix the bed.I have just a mattress and boxsprings and it sits directly on the floor. How can I do this cheaply? I am not able to move much.

15 04 2011
Susana1027

Hello, Andrew. I have peripheral neuropathy caused by too low thyroid for almost a year. I’m going to try IBT to see if it helps, since I’ve noticed that I have increased pain after being in bed (flat) after a short period of time. I’ll let you know how things progress. Thank you for making your research known to the public.

16 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

The body temperature increases slightly on I.T. the heart rate decreases by 10-12 bpm and respiration by 4-5 breaths pm. The circulation and sats improve significantly, the bed feels different as the weight of the person is distributed differently. Over time the muscles become denser and the bones become denser, exactly the opposite to flat bed rest and the experience of astronauts who encounter rapid ageing due to the lack of gravity on the circulation, this should tell us something.

16 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

Blood pressure needs to be monitored carefully stroke is a condition requiring a balanced approach and I.T. may prove to be useful but you need the help of doctor to determine whether this is of benefit in the long term, certainly it will help with the initial raised blood pressure on rising from bed. The angle can be adjusted to suit so perhaps a 4 inch incline to begin with for 4 weeks raising higher when he feels comfortable to do so. Please come back and let us know about any observations.

16 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

Hi

If you google “andrew k fletcher” or “inclined therapy” you will find a more complete explanation and evidence.

The main difference is the sitting posture with half the bed elevated compresses the spine and only helps the circulation down to the bottom of the spine, tilting the whole bed is completely different, immediately you rest on a bed angled correctly you can tell the difference. The spine for example is placed under a gentle traction throughout the night, this alone improves circ.

16 04 2011
beautifuiiybrokn

Can you explain to me the difference in the benefits of raising just the head of the bed verses inclining the whle bed?

16 04 2011
beautifuiiybrokn

I am a caretaker for a recovering CVA patient.. He sleeps with the HEAD of the bed elevated but not a staight incline for his whole body. Can you tell me how thi affects him differently than would the IBT? I would like to explain to my boss why it is important to have a total incline verses just a normal hospital bed with the head of the bed up. Thank-you

16 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

Hi

The bed is raised by six inches at the head end, the three inch blocks are used for beds that need supporting in the middle. Please come back and update us all on your progress and thanks for deciding to give this therapy a trial. All the best Andrew

16 04 2011
TheAmericaShow

Dear Andrew Flecher,
I was searching at earth clinic when I read about IBT, I did not understand really well what to do, If you want to raise or prop the ed 15 cm where the head is positioned why to use the 6 inches on the head and 3 inches in the botton, in this case you would be raising only 3 inches, is that right, did I miss anything? Thank you very much for your post, your invention, and also I am going to try on my son for his headaches and bed wetting.

16 04 2011
AndrewKFletcher

Hi

Have a plywood board cut same size as mattress. Screw timber 6″ along top of board, 3″ across the middle and place the wedge board under the mattress. 🙂 This is the safest and easiest way to tilt bunk beds and cabin beds.

Please come back and let us know what happens over the coming months 🙂

Best wishes Andrew

Alternatively start at 4″ and 2″

16 04 2011
HelmetBlissta

This is a western backed armed rebellion, not a popular uprising. Stop bombing Libya .

16 04 2011
harj2009

rebels are not allowed to carry weapons under libyan law

16 04 2011
Gatobrazil08

Vai pra cima Kadhafi não de mole não, não entregue a Líbia pra esses ordinários, França e USA ta afim só do petróleo.

16 04 2011
mrteemumilto

impudence.




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