UPDATES - BURN CASE REPORTS, p. 1
Within two minutes of burning himself at Thanksgiving dinner, Dale remembered he had programmed the Fireburndoctor number into his cell phone and called to ask for help. By the time the Fireburndoctor team called back minutes later to confirm his full name, the pain had already gone from an 8 or 9 on a scale of 1 to 10 down to almost one. He exclaimed, “How did you guys do that?” About 3 hours later, after a buoyant Thanksgiving fest with 10 people wondering how this happened, he emailed his elated testimony:
“Dear Fire burn Doctor, My name is Dale. While visiting my mother on Thanksgiving, my whole family was in the kitchen and we were all getting our food to sit down. While putting boiling hot gravy on my mashed potatoes, I accidentally put too much and it ran over onto the palm of my hand. It was all I could do to keep from dropping my plate because the burn hurt so bad… I then remembered that I had put the Fireburndoctor’s phone number in my cell phone. I immediately called… and gave my birth name, date of birth, birth place, city and state and place where the burn occurred and time which was within 2 minutes after it had happened. Shortly… I received a call back from the Fireburndoctor team who asked me what my pain level was. I said ‘Wow how did you do that, it is like maybe a 1 or 2 at most.’ He asked what it was previously. I said it was an 8 or higher. In fact I commented to my family that it hurt so bad it was making me sick. But everyone else was in total amazement. I then received a second call from the Fireburndoctor, and by that time my level was 0… I am giving everyone I know this phone number to call. Thank you for this wonderful blessing, I was saved from what surely would have been at least a second-degree burn… I am so glad I programmed the number into my phone when the woman on the radio said to do that.”
"Trailblazer" Dale T., Ohio 11/26/09 1:17 pm EST
Renee burned her left pointer finger during cooking. Her mother called the Fireburndoctor within 9 minutes, while her daughter was weeping in the background. They reported that on a scale of 1 to 10, Renee said the pain was a 10. About an hour later, the Fireburndoctor Team called Renee for feedback and she reported that, “it’s a lot better -- was actually gone right away. It’s not even red now. That’s really cool! How did you do that? There’s no pain or redness!”
Renee T., Mississippi, 11/26/09 9:45 am CT
Ruth had a hot pan flip onto the back of her hand and leave a burn. Within 10 minutes of calling the Fireburndoctor, her pain level dropped from a 7 or 8 to below a 4 on a scale of 1 to 10. About 2 ½ hours later, her friend reported to the Fireburndoctor team that when he looked over at Ruth to ask what her pain level was, she said, "It feels great, totally great.” This friend who had been watching the whole time was surprised. He said, “No pain, it’s totally gone! Oh, that's a great expression, you know how someone holds up their hand, rubs it and looks at it in surprise. She had totally forgotten about it! Oh you bet, I've got this phone number locked into my phone now and I'm telling friends and family to do the same."
Ruth L., Georgia, 11/26/09 9:45 am EST
Kris burned her hand on a pizza pan and called Fireburndoctor within 6 minutes. Although she said it was a minor burn, it hurt! When the Fireburndoctor Team called her later in the day, Kris was very happy to report, “It’s good. Within 15 minutes, all the pain and swelling went down.... Thank you!"
Kris A., Nebraska, 11/22/09 9:46 am MT
Lily's hand was “seared pretty good” on a hot pot. She had blistering, but called the Fireburndoctor within 9 minutes of the burn. One hour and 45 minutes later, Lily called back to report: “Hi, my finger was burned on a pot. A white blister appeared. I called the Fireburndoctor and now it is gone!” Her friend, who had witnessed both the burn and the recovery, sent a respectful email later that evening: “Hello Dr Joseph, I enjoyed your intervention healing on my friend’s finger. It seemed surreal getting attention from someone who was on a 10 million-person radio audience the night before. But I would say your faith is strong and you walk with God. A child was burned last week in Wichita by a pot of boiling water. I see what you mean how this [burn test is organized] to maximize your help to the world.... Thank you.”
Lily W., Kansas, 11/22/09 2:27 pm PST
At 1:02 pm, Pat called Fireburndoctor to say her burn had, “taken the skin right off the side of my hand” just about 17 minutes earlier. At 1:25 pm, about 23 minutes after her first call, she called back to report to the Fireburndoctor: "This is Pat... I promised to call you back in an hour after I was burned, and my skin is much better. I truly appreciate it, and I intend to call it in to Coast to Coast and tell those people that are nonbelievers of what relief I had! Thank you!"
Pat M., Oregon, 11/25/09 1:02 pm PST
At 12:43 pm PST, Mary's husband called Fireburndoctor to report a burn on his wife’s right ring finger. An hour and 35 minutes later, he called back to say: “This is... regarding Mary... with a burn on her hand. Pain free and very little redness. Thank you.”
Mary S., California, 11/25/09 12:43 pm PST
At 12:50 p.m. EST, Gery called Fireburndoctor to report a burn from the oven on her right arm that had just occurred 5 minutes before. The pain was a 3 on scale of 1 to 10 and her skin was very red, but no blisters. An hour and 26 minutes after the time of burn, she called back to report that the burning was gone and the “redness was going out already.”
Gery C., Maryland, 11/25/09 12:50 pm EST
Brek called Fireburndoctor to report a burn on her finger. One hour and 47 minutes later, she called back to say that, “The pain's gone, still a little bit pink, just letting you know... "
Brek C., Alabama, 11/25/09 1:47 pm CT
While cooking dinner, Lee had hot sauce splash onto the back of her hand. She called the Fireburndoctor within 10 minutes. Twenty minutes after the burn, she emailed, “Thank you so much for healing the burn. It feels much better."
Lee F., Wisconsin, 11/22/09 7:10 pm CST
San burned her side from boiling water. She called Fireburndoctor within 30 minutes and reported a pain level of about 7 or 8, with blistering and red marks the size of a baseball. Later that day, San left a voice mail reporting, “My burn is gone!” and explained what happened:
"Hi, my name is San. I just called in and received a healing for my burn. I called in today around 11:30 or 12 o'clock and I had received a hot boiling water burn and about 30 minutes later I called in and FBD did a healing on me. I was extremely in pain, a pain level of 7-8 from 1 to 10, and after I spoke with FBD, I'd say about an hour later, it subsided to maybe a 5, and then I spoke with FBD again an hour later, so about 2 hours into it, I gave my proper name, my birth name, and at that point when I gave my name and all, the burn was about a 3-4, and after I got off the phone, after giving my birth name, I gently started going to sleep. I think it was about a 2 after speaking with FBD and then I fell asleep. I went to sleep for about an hour. I woke up and I feel that my burn is gone. It's now turned, instead of a bright red, it's more brown. My skin is brown, and I did have bubbles. I did have peeling and all the pain is gone. I feel a little tender in that area, but the stinging is completely gone. So thank you. God bless you guys, and I will meet with you someday in the future."
San S, California, 11/24/09 12:00 pm PST
At 8:09 a.m. Central Time, Susan called to report her burn from the curling iron 9 minutes prior. Less than an hour after the burn, 46 minutes after calling the Fireburndoctor, she said, "I'm very pleased. It's still a little tender. There's two little red marks, a triangle. The sensitivity is gone. When I burn myself with the curling iron, it's usually very painful. But now I can touch it. When I run my finger over it, there's mild sensitivity. Before I made the call, the pain level was about 5. Now it's maybe a 2, if that much -- now it's a 1." Susan called again, 45 minutes later, to say, “The pain is pretty much completely gone from the burn. I still have two little red marks about a half-inch long each. They look like butterfly wings. Anyway, I am satisfied with how the healing has happened. I'm wondering if it might have been better if I'd been able to send a picture. Anyway, like I said, I'm more than satisfied with the results.... Thank you so much for your service.” One more time, a few hours later, a surprised Susan called back to say:
“Hi,... I was just gonna check in and let you know that it is the end of the day, and my burn... has virtually disappeared! All right, you guys have made a believer out of me! This is a good thing... I will be referring other people to you. Thank you.”
Susan H., Missouri, 11/27/09
At 12:23pm PST, Fay's husband called back: "I'm calling in regard to Fay that was called in to you about a burn. It's amazing, but she is much better than she was. It's not nearly as large a place as it was, and it's only red exactly where the iron touched her at this time, and not really there, but she is in no pain now, which is really amazing. I never thought I would be calling saying that. Thank you very much. Her call back number.... Thank you very much."
Fay P., Alabama, 11/30/09
At 5:25 PM, the Fireburndoctor Team called Jim's mom for an update. She reported that her 2-year old son had stopped crying: "The redness and swelling have gone way down, he's acting normal now." There had been blistering and swelling on his hand, from the fingers to the wrist.
Jim L., Idaho, 11/30/09
The Grandmother of 10 year old MRA called Fireburndoctor to report results: "This is [MRA's] grandmother. And he says there's no more pain. This is half an hour. I told you I'd call you back. It's still red but he has no pain. Thank you, thank you. Blessings. Bye Bye."
MRA, Florida, 11/24/99
At 7:13pm, the Fireburndoctor Team called John for his update. He said the thumb still hurts, but it's getting numb. The burned area is now a reddish-pink, not white anymore. The size has shrunk by a quarter inch in length (now is 3/4 inch by less than 1/2 inch). His pain level is now at a 2. "Thank you guys!" says John.
John B, Turkey, 11/30/09
"Fire Burn Doctor Team: On 11/27, at about 10:45 pm, I experienced a burn. At work I needed to extinguish a fire that was starting inside an outside, commercial ashtray. In doing so, I incurred second degree burns on 2 fingers and the thumb of my left hand. After my initial reactions and running my burns under cold water, I remembered the Fire Burn Doctor and found the phone number on the internet. Within 30 minutes of the burn, I called and left a message describing my condition. After a member of the team returned my call and a few more calls, my blisters decreased by about 40% and the redness subsided almost to none. At our last phone call at 1:30 am, my pain was reduced to none and virtually no swelling. The next morning, I reported the same results. I still have blisters which are now numb, but there is no swelling on my fingers or in my blisters. Thanks for everyone's help!” The next morning, Joe called to say: “I sat up and I don't really have a lot of pain anymore. I still see the blisters, but they're not very swollen. I can't feel on top of the blisters. I don't see any redness. That's it.”
Joe M., Idaho, 11/27/09
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