Normally, it has always been my recommendation that if there are "mechanical" problems, it should be fixed "mechanically". Meaning, if someone has been shot, then the bullet must be physically removed. Likewise, if you have herniated something, then you would have to undergo surgery. I would normally refrain from recommending complementary techniques as the primary treatment and it is instead used to faciliate .
The patient in question suffered an herniated intestine on the left lateral side below the rib cage. Unfortunately, due to the individuals schedule there was no time to arrange and schedule his surgery. However, he underwent sidetrips to his local "quack doctor" (pranic healing practitioner) and underwent a few sessions.
It is much to my amazement that his condition has improved dramatically and after 2 weeks there is no trace of herniation. Normally, a procedure like this would require surgery.
More updates as I await his ultrasound results.
If it taste's good, spit it out.