When I started coming to your office, I had had the mercury removed from both upper quadrants of my teeth. I had had no noticeable improvement in my general health ailments. Arthritis being my major complaint, with sinus congestion, allergic reactions and fatigue making my life difficult.
I came to Dr. Rehme with #5 (upper right), which had begun giving me a lot of discomfort and at one point, a toothache that rated higher on the pain threshold, greater than that of giving birth to my 5 children. After actively making every effort (short of a root canal which I opposed to) to save the tooth, I decided it was necessary to extract the tooth. During the time that I was experiencing so much discomfort and pain with #5, I also began experiencing increased arthritic discomfort and restricted movement in my right elbow and shoulder. The elbow actually became frozen with a slight bend that still cannot completely straighten. After the tooth was pulled, I experienced immediate relief from the arthritic pain, most particularly in the elbow and shoulder, with noticeable improvement also in the movement of my neck.
Not long after, however, I began having arthritic difficulty on my left side, pain in my neck, shoulder and elbow, and both knees. In one day, my left elbow drew up into a bent position, almost a 45- degree angle, and I could not straighten or bend it. My neck and shoulder movements became more restricted and my right elbow also, again assumed a bent position. With some alarm, I asked you to remove the mercury from the lower left quadrant of my mouth, which he did just a couple day’s ago. When I came into his office that day I could hardly move either arm. My left arm was almost totally immobile and useless. With great effort, I could brush my teeth and feed myself with my right arm. I could not, however, brush or comb my hair with either had, due to the inability to move my arm. I was unable to get up out of a chair by myself, because my arthritic knees had been so bad for the last few years that I had to use my hands to assist my knees in lifting my body from a sitting position, and I could no longer use my hands in this task.
After I had the amalgam fillings removed from my teeth and tooth #5 extracted, I got up from the dental chair unassisted (not even using my own hands) and was able to completely straighten both elbows. It was nothing short of miraculous. It was hard for me to believe. It was the kind of experience I had only read about. The movement is neck, shoulders, elbows and knees were all greatly restored and improved.
At this point, I felt encouraged to remove the remaining mercury on the lower right side of my mouth, along with two root canal teeth that I decided to have extracted after having researched on my own, the problems that root canal teeth can cause.
I did experience even more improvement after completion of all the dental work; removing all mercury and root canals. However, the most dramatic improvements was definitely experienced after the mercury removal on the lower left side. The second greatest improvement being after the removal of tooth #5.
I have definitely had dramatic improvement in arthritic joint movement, and pain in elbows, shoulders, neck and knees.
I am presently working to get all mercury out of the cells in my body where it has been stored for years – detoxing my body. I do still have some pain in joints at times and am not restored to “youth.” But my improvement has been worth the expense and time. My husband has since chosen to have the mercury removed from his teeth and has also seen improvement in his health.