There are Clearly Medical Therapies Available to Help Terri Schiavo says Clearwater Physician
“We and others I know have treated many patients worse than Terri, and have seen them regain independence and dignity.” — Dr. William Hammesfahr
Contact: Dr. William Hammesfahr, 727-461-4464
CLEARWATER, Fl., March 4 /Christian Wire Service/ — Dr. William Hammesfahr, nominated for a Nobel Prize for his work in Medicine, has been recognized by agents for Medicare, the federal government, and others for new approaches to helping the brain injured.
Dr. Hammesfahr has been identified in helping patients with chronic brain injuries from many causes actually leave long term disability, and return to work. Dr. Hammesfahr, was identified by Judge Susan Kirkland, for the State of Florida Department of Health, in her judicial ruling in which, for the State of Florida, Department of Health, found that he was “the first physician to restore deficits caused by stroke.”
Terri Schiavo’s injury, hypoxic encephalopathy, is a type of stroke that he treats every day with success. Today, Dr. Hammesfahr made the following statement regarding Terri Schindler Schiavo:
“There are many approaches that would help Terri Schiavo. I know, because I had the opportunity to personally examine her, her medical records, and her X-rays. It is time to help Terri, instead of just warehousing her. She would have benefited from treatment years ago, but it is not to late to start now.”– Dr. William Hammesfahr
For further comment, Dr. William Hammesfahr may be reached at 727-461-4464, www.hni-online.com