To fully and quickly heal following an accident that caused serious injuries, Dr. Carrie Madej recommends a holistic approach that strengthens both mind and body and also relies on the power of prayer.
Madej talked about this on the July 26 episode of the “Health Ranger Report” with Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, on Brighteon.TV, where she also shared how she recovered from serious injuries sustained following a plane crash.
On June 26, Madej was in a Piper PA-24 Comanche, a single-engine civilian aircraft, piloted by her partner. The plane left from St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport in the Tampa Bay Area in Florida heading for Newnan-Coweta County Airport in west-central Georgia.
According to Madej, everything at the beginning of the flight was fine until they were several miles outside of the Georgia airport. The plane was flying at an altitude of 8,000 feet and descending as it approached the airport. When it reached an altitude of around 5,000 feet, the engine began to “stutter.”
Air traffic control was notified and the plane was diverted to Roosevelt Memorial Airport in Warm Springs, Georgia. Madej recalled seeing the airport runway and feeling relieved, believing that they would be able to glide the plane to land safely.
“Right when we thought we were going to make it, the RPMs [revolutions per minute] within a millisecond I swear just dropped to zero,” said Madej. “And when that happened, the plane just didn’t glide anymore, it started to drop like a rock.”
The plane crash-landed, but the pilot was able to save himself and Madej, thanks to him crashing in a logger’s trail which had few obstructions.
Both Madej and the pilot survived the crash but had some serious injuries. The pilot was in and out of consciousness following the crash. Madej fractured five vertebrates and the bones in her left lower leg. (Related: Dr. Carrie Madej and boyfriend recovering in ICU after life-threatening small plane crash that resulted in severe injuries… “A miracle we are alive.”)
Following the crash, Madej went through surgery and postoperative care. At one point while in the hospital, she overheard some healthcare workers talking about how she might be paralyzed.
“And I said, ‘No, not my story, not happening.’ It’s mental fortitude,” she said. “I tell people that if you want to know one of the ways you get out of a situation, you have to have that strength of mind, that mental fortitude where I said, ‘This is not my story, not happening.'”
Madej, described by Adams as a “holistically-minded individual,” also tried other strategies and therapies to help speed up her recovery and bring her body back to the state that it was in before her accident.
These include using a micro-impact, whole-body vibration platform that she stood on for several minutes every day to stimulate bone growth. Madej also tried scalar wave therapy, which helps generate an energy field that can help the human body heal.
In terms of her diet, Madej ate lots of soups, including homemade bone broth. She also took supplements, including silica.
Madej attributed her successful recovery to her faith in God, His miraculous healing ability and the prayers of other people.
“A lot of people were praying. I believe in prayer, I believe in miracles. I could feel the prayers,” she said. “After the surgery, the next day, people were praying and I felt this supernatural healing on my leg that I still feel, this sensation … like fiery, icy blue sensation. I can feel the healing when people pray, or even when a couple of people came into my room and held my hand.”
“We don’t have a revival here if we don’t understand that this is a spiritual battle, if we don’t understand that we can’t humanly fight what we’re seeing,” Madej added. “We need a supernatural intervention, we need God.”
Watch this July 26 episode of the “Health Ranger Report” with Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, as he interviews Dr. Carrie Madej about her recovery following a plane crash.
The “Health Ranger Report” with Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, airs Monday to Friday at 3-3:30 p.m. and Saturday at 9:30-10 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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