Donate to Support Fibromyalgia Patients
When it comes to helping Fibromyalgia patients, conventional modern medicine offers a very limited range of solutions. It is IM therapy which has proven to be most effective.
IMFA, which is dedicated to Fibromyalgia patients, acts to enable them to provide themselves with the care they need, and to find ways to ease their terrible pain, through comprehensive IM treatment plans.
Statistics show that approximately 2.5% of the total population suffers from Fibro. Conventional medicine offers mainly pain-killers, and follow-up visits to pain-clinics. Thus, Fibro patients often need to drag themselves over and over again from one pain-clinic to the next, to undergo medical procedures and surgical treatments that provide only limited help, and to live on pain killers that do not really relieve their agony. Inevitably, their ability to function becomes impaired, they are slowly discharged from employment circles, they live off of social security, receive loss of earning-ability as well as disability pensions, and their futures do not look too promising. Conventional medicine labelled this disease – auto-immune disease – thereby “admitting” that it has no cure or treatment to offer.
On the other hand, IM does indeed offer a solution and a treatment which can change lives. Many researches carried out all over the world show a direct correlation between emotional trauma and the development of disease. Indeed, often Fibro outbreaks occur following a dreadful emotional traumatic experience. It can be a road accident, a work-related accident, or it can be a personal crisis of any kind. Emotional crises often generate physical conditions of illness or disease. We believe that it is possible to treat the emotional roots of any trauma, thereby to achieve a significant lasting and inclusive relief, without needing to be dependent on so many pills and drugs. The IM way includes internal work integrated with treatments that reduce emotional stress and anxiety, while simultaneously strengthening the body’s vitality and overall physical condition.
In order to achieve our objectives concerning the treatment of Fibro patients, IMFA set a goal to support accessibility of IM treatments to Fibro patients who are unable to cover the expenses of the treatments they need.
Our budget was calculated on the basis of the funds needed to provide treatments to 5 patients every month, for a 6-month term per patient, through a treatment plan that includes one 6-day full-board workshop and 12 additional individual sessions.
IMFA’s yearly budget estimate for this project is NIS 800,000