We now have the "stuff" big media stories are made of:
More than 100 testimonies of an "extraordinary event" in 2/3 of all states in the U.S.
of an "instant recovery" following a simple phone call on burn accidents which,
by all normal accounts is a sheer "impossibility"... yet, we have done it!
Now we need to convert this one hundred to several thousand by getting the media
to broadcast our phone number to the maximum number of people possible.
At 7:24 p.m., PT, Jerry called the Fireburndoctor number with nearly complete skepticism. He was reluctant to give the required details, but he did anyway. He was in pain from spilling hot tea on his hand and knew what to expect from "normal" procedures. When Fireburndoctor team called him back ten minutes later, Jerry said his pain level had already gone from a 5-6 (on a scale of 0 to 10) to a 3. He agreed to call back in another hour with feedback, but didn't. Three days later, Jerry called and left a message saying, "I got burned a few days ago and had called. And you called back about feedback. So, it seemed to work well.... And the next day, it was completely healed. It seemed like it worked. Thank you."
Jerry U., California, 4/6/10
At 6:11 p.m., Pacific Time, Tina burned her fingertips on the stove. Her husband called Fireburndoctor with her details within one minute, and later emailed with a really great story:
"My wife burned her hand on the stove and was running around the house, frantically looking for some burn cream which we had purchased. I told her I didn't know where it was and immediately called the burn doctor with the number I had stored in my cell phone for just such an emergency. My wife stopped looking for the cream soon after I got off the phone leaving the message for the burn doctor. She started to watch TV, and a couple of minutes later, someone from the burn doctor called asking about her pain level. I asked her for a number between one and ten, and she said one. She had no pain at all! Her previous pain was about a 7 or 8. This all happened in a space of 20 minutes or less."
Tina C., Washington, 4/3/10
At about 7:43pm, Pacific time, Toni burned her lip with the wrong end of a cigarette. She knew to call Fireburndoctor immediately and did so within 3 minutes of the burn. Her pain level was 3-4 out of zero to 10 and it was starting to blister. When the Fireburndoctor team called her back 6 minutes later, she noticed that her lip was going numb right then during the call. An hour and 25 minutes later when the Fireburndoctor team called her back, Toni said, "Yes, the pain is gone! The blister's almost gone. I've never been so grateful in my life! Thank you so much, thank you so much!" She said she had tried to videotape the process, and will send the video if it turns out.
Toni T., California, 4/8/10
On April 8th in Southern California, Christopher Fleming burned his leg while riding his motorcycle. This is the same Chris Fleming who we know very well (see his video testimony and screaming voice messages from February!), so he knew exactly what to do. He texted Fireburndoctor for help... and got it! Within a few minutes, his pain was gone and no sign of the burn. Chris is telling EVERYONE -- TV and radio stations included.
Chris Fleming, California, 4/8/10
At 2:45 p.m., Eastern time, Rene burned her finger on the muffler of her lawnmower. She knew to call Fireburndoctor immediately, and did so within two minutes of the burn. Rene said her pain level was a 9 (on a scale of 1 to 10, but dropped to a 6-7 within 11 minutes of her call to Fireburndoctor. She said her fingertip was "white at the tip like it's going to blister" and she couldn't take her finger out of cold water. About 2 hours later, Rene called back to report that she had thrown out the cold water and finished her lawn mowing and that her finger was "doing great! It's not sore at all."
Rene C., Maryland, 4/8/10
At 1:15 p.m., Eastern time, Guy burned his fingers while stirring food in the oven and called Fireburndoctor within 5 minutes of the burn. When the Fireburndoctor team called him back, Guy said his pain level was a 6 (on a scale of zero to 10). About an hour and a half later, Guy left a message for Fireburndoctor saying: "It's been probably a couple hours now. And for the most part, I've forgotten about it. Like right now it's rubbing up against the phone and I can feel it, but besides that. It pretty much doesn't hurt anymore. Thank you." Three days later, Guy emailed to say: "I don't know how or why it works, but it does. I recommend Fireburndoctor to everyone I know."
Guy G., Virginia, 4/7/10
At 9:10 p.m., Eastern time, Greg burned his fingers on a 350 degree bowl taken straight out of the oven and called Fireburndoctor within one minute! When the Fireburndoctor team called him back 9 minutes later, Greg reported that the pain had been an 8 (on a scale of 0 to 10) and was already down to a 3. He said his wife is a witness. About an hour later, Greg called again and left a message: "I called earlier at about 9:12 and reported a burn on my two fingers next to my thumb at 350 degrees, and I'm calling back to report that my pain level is at zero.... And I thank you for your service. Thank you so much. It's now 10:06 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time. Thank you so much. Thank you."
Three days later, Greg emailed to add: “After calling the Fire burn Doctor on Wed. April 7th, ... I put an ice cube between my fingers because the pain was extreme, anyone knows that a 350 degree convection oven is very hot and inflicts a serious burn instantly. As the ice cube was melting down it got messy so I threw it away. The Fire burn Doctor called me back and... I said [my pain level was] about a 2 or 3 [when it had been] about an 8. The amazing thing is... I wasn't focused on the burn, and you know when you get burned that's all you can think about. [I called Fireburndoctor back] more like 50 minutes later where my pain was at zero! I am a personal fitness trainer full time, and a blister between my fingers would be very difficult to train my clients, not to mention the risk of infection in a gym. This has proved to me that without a doubt this wasn't a coincidence but rather a divine intervention that healed me.
Greg T., Ohio, 4/7/10
At 7:40 a.m., Mountain time, Marilyn burned her finger while moving melting plastic from a stove burner and touching the burner itself as well. She discovered Fireburndoctor on the internet 3 hours later while researching burn treatments. At the time of her call, her pain level was an 8 (on a scale of 0 to 10) when the finger was not directly under cold water, a 4 when under cold water. One hour and 28 minutes from her first call to Fireburndoctor, Marilyn reported: "I called about an hour and a half ago about my finger which I had burned actually about 7:40 a.m.... And I'm calling to say thank you. My pain in the finger has decreased from an 8 to a slight tingle, so maybe a one.... You guys are amazing, so I will spread the word for sure. The blister on my finger actually looks like it has shrunk from the inside out. It's crazy. But thank you. Bye."
Marilyn D., Arizona, 4/1/10
At 9:52 pm, Pacific time, Lynn's mom called from the emergency room about her 6-year-old daughter's burned stomach. She said Lynn had spilled hot liquid straight from the microwave onto her belly and the pain level was a 10 (on a scale of 0 to 10). A full two hours after the burn, a stranger in the ER waiting room told Lynn's mom that Fireburndoctor had helped a friend of hers with dramatic results of her burn treatment, including no scarring. Borrowing this stranger's phone, with Lynn crying by her side, Lynn's mom had nothing to lose and made the call. She told the Fireburndoctor team that it might be a third degree burn, the skin was bright red and veiny, as if the skin had already come off. About a half hour later, the Fireburndoctor team talked to the woman in the ER who had lent the mom the phone. This woman said she had just seen the burn and it now "looked a week old!"Three days later, Lynn's mother called to report that, "Lynn is feeling really good. The pain level went down almost immediately. When the doctor was applying the bandages and rubbing her tummy, she wasn't complaining at all. All the way to the ER, she was screaming bloody murder, but she stopped crying within 10 to 15 minutes of calling [Fireburndoctor]. Actually, when the [ER] doctor was scrubbing her tummy and applying the bandages, she was laughing. She was laughing!... You see, my son had a burn 12 years ago in day-care. The woman who ran that day-care out of her home was never able to tell me how he got 3rd degree burns on his face and chest. He still has scars from that. So please tell the doctor, thank you very much. You can hear her. That's Lynn, she's playing. I've got your number programmed in my phone, under Burns, just like that woman said to do."
Lynn H., Arizone, 3/22/10
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