TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN – Avascular Necrosis of the right hip
“My main health condition is Avascular Necrosis of the right hip, caused by over prescription of Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) stomach ulcer drugs in 1997. I am one of around 0.005% of people worldwide who react to these drugs in such a way.
Although I had the initial experimental surgical option of a free-fibular graft and, later, a total hip replacement, my distrust of the medical profession in the UK prevented me from following such a route. I was in so much pain by 1999 I sought spiritual healing from a couple of reputable local healers in Wiltshire, where I was living at the time. This did help a bit, but fortunately after moving to Essex in 2000, I was recommended to Ray Brown as a very good Spiritual Surgeon.
My first visit to Ray in Bury St. Edmunds in the very early years of the current century proved highly successful in terms of pain relief and mobility.
Although a total renewal of the damaged areas of my pelvis and hip caused by the Avascular Necrosis disease was not possible, each time I visit Paul I am greatly relieved of the pain that has built up and less stiff in the hip joint itself.
Indubitably, the pre-eminent manner in which Paul of Tarsus and his colleagues in Spirit work through Ray do much to ameliorate my symptoms for a significant period of time – EACH time. The Spiritual Surgery performed on me is relatively painless and somewhat magical, and for this I am eternally grateful to Ray here on earth and Paul and his learned companions in Spirit for such magnificent relief. I arrive at the clinics on crutches and depart without the need for them. I now only visit him when I need it at the Bricket Wood clinic.
Without doubt, had I not asked Ray for Paul’s healing help, I’m sure I would have been in a wheelchair by now.
Who knows – one day – when Stem Cell technology matures sufficiently on both the earth and/or Spirit planes, I may be able to receive joint renewal, as an enhancement to the miracles already performed on me at Ray & Jilly Browns’ clinics.
Christopher K. Watford PhD