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By Submitted by Dr. Jutta Batke, IBA Member, Berlin,
Last weekend I was traveling by train when my attention was caught by a co-traveler, who was having a seizure at one of the stations. His family, which were also on the train, told me later the man was well over 80 yrs old and had suffered from epilepsy for almost 40 years, which had been medicinally "contained/controlled". I work as an emergency medical doctor so I know the symptoms. He was unresponsive, with a fixed gaze and swallowing reflexes ... Other travelers had put out an emergency call and quite automatically I gave him a Cortices Treatment. After the first run through he collapsed, lying on the ground during the second run – no more convulsions – and during the third run he came to, stood up and was totally there. I have never seen that kind of reaction!
His family told me, that usually he remains quite dazed- even after milder episodes, feels disoriented, speaks dialect and needs 20-30 minutes to recover. He boarded the train again and the emergency car could leave again. It also seems that in the hours following the incident no new convulsions occurred. It is just fine!
Thank you and heartfelt greetings from,
Dr. med. Jutta Batke, IBA Member, Berlin, Germany