1/30/15 broken eye socket 2/4/15 bruise reduced, swelling appears gone
I was contacted by a Chiropractor that sells our product at her office. She notified me that one of her patients wanted to contact me regarding our Miracle oil product. She handed me a note with her patient’s contact information. The Chiropractor notified me that this woman’s son had endured a baseball injury from a baseball that hit him in his orbital socket. It had broke the socket, and inflammation and pain were unbearable. She added that her patient stated she wanted to contact me with photos verifying the reduction of swelling and pain within a relatively short period of time. I called her patient the next day. Her name is Heather. Heather was very excited to tell me how the product helped her son’s eye injury healed so fast. She notified me of the below photos timeline:
1/30/15 baseball pop fly injury.
1/31/15, 8 hours later the eye swelling is not as prominent after applying Miracle oil.
2/2/15, almost 60 hours later the eye swelling is almost normal, excluding the bruising and scrape.
2/4/15, appointment with surgeon showed he had five breaks in the socket. Excluding bruising and scab, the eye swelling appears normal.
What is an orbital socket injury?
Eye-Socket Fracture (Fracture Of The Orbit)
The eye socket is a bony cup that surrounds and protects the eye. The rim of the socket is made of fairly thick bones, while the floor and nasal side of the socket is paper thin in many places. A fracture is a broken bone in the eye socket involving the rim, the floor or both. Orbital rim fracture — These are caused by a direct impact to the face, most commonly by an automobile dashboard or steering wheel during a car crash.1
The healing time of orbital fracture depends on the severity and location of the fracture. In majority of the cases of orbital fracture, the discoloration and swelling begin to subside within a week to 10 days after the injury has occurred. However, the fractured orbital bones take a longer time to heal. If surgery is needed to repair the orbital fracture, then the doctor will wait for several weeks before operating, to allow the swelling to subside.2
I have a facial fracture, how long will it take to heal?
How long it takes a facial fracture to heal will depend on the type and extent of fracture and what other problems and treatment you had. Bruising and swelling usually takes 2 to 3 weeks to settle down. At this point, you will begin to look more normal. After this time the body will continue to heal itself inside. Unfortunately, you will need to be a patient.3
NBA players orbital injuries two weeks no activity
According to In Street Clothes writer Jeff Stotts, Jason Terry, Joe Johnson, Tarence Kinsey and Etan Thomas are four NBA players that recently suffered orbital fractures that required surgery. Collectively as a group, they missed an average of 14 games (about two weeks).4
Considering the weeks and months it normally takes to reduce swelling and inflammation, the testimony from the parent gives a hopeful possibility for orbital injury swelling.5 Enjoy it below!
5. Testimony from parent Heather Watson.
My testimonial. The proof is in the oil!! St Jude’s Miracle Oil that is!!!
Thanks for reaching out and spending so much time talking with me! The wealth of information is greatly appreciated! Below is the success I had using your oil on my son.
The 2 pictures above were taken at approximately 10:30pm on 1/30/15, Friday, about 3 hours after he took a 60mph pop fly to the eye. We got home from the hospital at 4am and around then I applied miracle oil just under the eye and on the eyelid.
This is 1/31/15 the morning after applying 1 time. (About 8 hours after applying once!!) ? His eye is open!!
The following 3 pictures were taken that Monday, 2/2/15 which was 60 hours of the 1st application and after applying 2 times per day for the weekend.
So much swelling has been reduced!
In my opinion it reduced the swelling by more than 50%
Side view of the MAGIC!!!
These last 2 were taken 2/4/15. We saw the surgeon this day. These were actually taken at his office. In the initial exam they told us he had broken the orbital socket in 2 places. On 2/4/15 we learned there were actually 5 breaks but because of all the swelling it wasn’t visible in the 1st x-ray. Pretty powerful stuff!!!!
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