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Stones (Gallbladder, Kidney)

Bryan Applications, S

The term calculus, literally a little stone, is applied to concretions of various kinds found in canals of the body. As might be expected, they tend to form specially in cavities which act as reservoirs, such as the gall bladder, the urinary bladder or the pelvis of the kidney.

The materials of which they are composed come from the fluids in which they form, but usually there is a central nucleus consisting of dried mucus, blood clot or a small foreign body.

A calculus may give rise to no symptoms till it begins to pass out from the cavity in which it has formed, when it may cause very severe pain, as in biliary and renal colic. Should the calculus become impacted or stuck in the tube down which it is passing there may be an accumulation of the secretion concerned behind the obstruction. See: Bladder.. Colic. Gallstone.. Kidney..

Application and treatment:

Frequency applications via electrode pads placed over and around the gall bladder area will dissolve gall stones rapidly according to the same principals as that of ultrasound, with the following differences.

The stones will not dissolve as quickly in frequency therapy. Pain may be controlled by the use of positive and negative polarity.

Stones will not tend to recur. No drugs are needed or recommended. Water pan applications before and after pad treatments is suggested at detox frequencies, 15 minutes each.