To understand your problem and how to self-manage it with the káyros tools is essential to understanding your recovery.
Many of our patients visit us because they didn't know how to manage their problem properly, nor did they give the necessary importance to recovery. They believed they could recover after a few sessions with any specialist. But after having all kinds of tests done, and after hearing all sorts of theories about their problem and having been under all kinds of treatments, they didn't recover. Later, they felt distrustful and frustrated by the experience, ending up feeling hopeless and tired of looking for ways to recover. Besides, the problem and the health of some worsened.
káyros tries to be as realistic as possible with your recovery, and we do not want to give false hopes. Our experience has shown us that there is no quick, permanent, and definitive recovery from your problem. However, many of our patients recover better and faster with káyros than with other failed treatments. It is the compelling reason why we specialize in this problem and its management.
A normal body will start and maintain your recovery. Your recovery depends on your cooperation with the káyros tools (especially the káyros device), not on drugs, surgery, other treatments (whether they are invasive or not), exercise, rehabilitation, diets, auto-suggestion, placebos, the natural history of your problem or other devices or machines.
To recover as well and as quickly as you wish does not always happen. Your recovery is a process that depends on two recovery factors during the recovery period. It doesn't depend on your faith and belief in us nor on your will to recover, and it doesn't occur overnight as if it were a "miracle." Your recovery depends on the following:
1. Your cooperation with the three self-management requirements.
2. Your health.
These two factors determine the level of satisfaction and the time needed for your recovery.
The goals during the recovery period are as follows:
1. To prevent your problem and your pains from worsening.
2. To alleviate and solve your problem and pains.
3. To prevent setbacks.
The objectives of your recovery also depend on your recovery concept, something which is not always easy to measure. Patients can have their ways to assess their recovery because of their personal recovery concept. Some patients will be satisfied with a recovery level of 20% compared to the beginning of self-management, while other patients with a recovery of 80% will not be satisfied. Other patients will never be satisfied with their level of recovery, even if they are better than they were. This is subjective and is not under our control.
The káyros recovery concept is that regardless of the level of satisfaction with your recovery or either if it happens in a few weeks or a couple of years you must cooperate chronically with the three self-management requirements. This way, you'll obtain all the benefits of our program.
The recovery period occurs during the time that you cooperate with the three self-management requirements. You decide how long the recovery period will be.
A chronic self-management with káyros will allow you to obtain an optimal recovery and benefits.
Many people who visit us would like to know in detail how they will recover to decide whether or not begin to manage their problem with káyros.
Although we can predict your recovery depending on the two recovery factors, no person or device can accurately predict your future recovery. The best way to know your recovery in detail is to start with your self-management program and experience it yourself.
Although many of our patients are satisfied, even surprised, with their rapid recovery, each recovery is individual. It is best to be cautious and take your recovery calmly.
Recovery on moderate patients.
The "moderate patients" whose problem affects them in a moderate degree and who cooperate with the three self-management requirements usually experience a high degree of satisfaction with their quick and good recovery. "High" means that these patients experience the second goal of recovery — to alleviate and solve your problem and pains.
Recovery on typical patients.
The "typical patients" whose problem affects them in a more severe degree than the "moderate patients" and who cooperate with the three self-management requirements recover as well as the moderate patients or recover with a normal degree of satisfaction. "Normal" means that these patients sometimes do not improve all they wished, due to their health, although the improvement they do experience can be life-changing.
Recovery on borderline patients.
The "borderline patients" whose problem affects them in an extreme degree compared to the other type of patients and who cooperate with the three self-management requirements can recover with a high, normal or low degree of satisfaction. "Low" means that these patients only experience the first goal of recovery — to prevent their problem and their pains from worsening.
The recovery on borderline patients may be a slow and arduous process and may cause some patients to drop their management before reaching the full benefits of the program — something we can't control. To recover, these patients will have to cooperate strictly with the three self-management requirements by adopting the correct attitude, whatever happens, and however they may feel. They will also have to forget all the theories the other specialists have offered them which have failed to provide a recovery, and stop going to other places for further treatment for their problem.
Some borderline patients may feel worse during their recovery, especially during the first year of management, while their rigid body changes to normal. If they are patient, they will experience the results even though it may take over six months, one or two years, or more. And even if they recover, some of them may experience long-term psychological damage due to the pre-existing extreme negative health effects of their problem.
Whether you are a moderate, typical or borderline patient, whether you recover within several weeks or several years, and whether the degree of satisfaction with your recovery is high, normal or low, the key to managing your problem successfully as an expert is your cooperation with the three self-management requirements chronically — that is, for life. This will allow you to experience the optimal recovery based on your health.
If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with your recovery, think about how life takes many turns. In the future, you could experience a fall, an accident or an injury, and then require our services again.