Hi Matthew and Gracie, apologies it has taken me so long to do this, but I want to sincerely thank you for all your help with my daughter and myself. I call her a miracle every single day and would love to share her story.
Hannah was born ten weeks prematurely weighing just 2.5lbs.. along with her two siblings!! Yes, three babies born ten weeks early, scary times.
At four weeks old we got the shocking news that Hannah had an intraventricular hemorrhage grade 2, but it was quite mild and localised so she had a good chance of no issues or a very mild physical issue. Unfortunately what followed was more shocking! A repeat scan 12 days later, which was hopefully going to show some resolution or the same problem revealed to everyone’s disbelief that the haemorrhage had damaged the white matter on both sides of the brain and caused a second injury called PVL (periventricular leukomalacia), and this was extensive. The prognosis was moderate to severe cerebral palsy, mentally and physically and most likely never walk and if walking ever happened it would be years and years away and not unaided.
For some reason I felt she could be helped and took her to Matthew who I had heard about. During the healings even I could feel the energy as he worked on her. He was right in everything he said, which didn’t unfold until time went on.
Where this gets even more amazing is when an MRI scan was done at 2 year’s old, which was the “big scan”, it revealed that the brain injury was actually worse than seen as a baby, it was grade 4… Hannah had taken her first steps independently the week before. She does have mild cerebral palsy but is walking by herself, talking, singing and dancing and brings so much joy and love.
I would also like to mention that Matthew offered and did some healing on me too at one of the visits as he could see I was struggling. Forever grateful🙏🙏🙏
Just to add to xxx story. When I asked the consultant who told us about Hannah’s bilateral intraventricular haemorrhage and extensive PVL “is there any way she could be ok, or close to ok, or overcome the injury?” He said with a very sympathetic head shake that it was not possible, the damage was too bad.