Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Sly Saint, Dec 15, 2020.
Shouldn't that be-
"Helsinki University Hospital's Outpatient Clinic for Functional Disorders treats ME/CFS patients badly?"
Not terribly surprising I suppose.
Anyone know what DNRS stands for in this context?
Is the "Head Physician" a psychiatrist?
Dynamic Neural Retraining System: https://retrainingthebrain.com/
Oh, goody. It seems to work for everything.
Thanks @adambeyoncelowe . I now see that @dave30th is ahead of the game as usual Trial By Error: What Is the Dynamic Neural Retraining System? (virology.ws)
I was able to guess the NRS without even knowing the rest. Gupta was the clue.
This is a Canadian thing. The "evidence" presented is bogus. Troubling that it's being offered in Finland.
Honestly, medicine is losing its credibility at ever calling out pseudoscience and alternative medicine here. This needs to be called out, dismantled and people disciplined. Instead? Praise. What a disaster. The only profession to actually regress from such an advanced stage.
I was going to say that they need to pour cold water on this idea,and then beat it with sticks, but they might think it a sign of approval.
They say the more symptoms a person has the more likely it is they have a psychological disorder. I have a better theory. The more diseases a treatment claims to cure the more likely it is to be quackery.
DNRS is just another in a long line.
The head of the clinic. Absolute drivel. It's shocking.
I noticed they've added "Chronic Post-COVID syndrome" to their list of 'relief from'.
Separate names with a comma.