Migraine headache, cluster headache, hypertension, high blood pressure, knee pain, arthritis of the knee, joints pain, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, complications type 1 and 2 diabetes, diabetic ulcers, pancreatitis, fatty liver, cholecystitis, high cholesterol, varicose veins, hemorrhoid, infertility, skin redness, red skin on the nose, red skin face, scars reduction, bruising, cosmetic surgery rehabilitation, after stroke rehabilitation, surgery rehabilitation, venous congestion, myocardial infarction, heart attack, glaucoma, kidney disease, rosacea, prostatitis, prostate adenoma, erectile disfunction, reduction menopause symptoms, weight reductionMigraine headache, cluster headache, hypertension, high blood pressure, knee pain, arthritis of the knee, joints pain, tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, complications type 1 and 2 diabetes, diabetic ulcers, pancreatitis, fatty liver, cholecystitis, high cholesterol, varicose veins, hemorrhoid, infertility, skin redness, red skin on the nose, red skin face, scars reduction, bruising, cosmetic surgery rehabilitation, after stroke rehabilitation, surgery rehabilitation, venous congestion, myocardial infarction, heart attack, glaucoma, kidney disease, rosacea, prostatitis, prostate adenoma, erectile disfunction, reduction menopause symptoms, weight reduction
Frequently asked questions:
Is the treatment painful?
The initial sensation is a tingling that subsides very quickly. Leeches inject a morphine-like substance, along with variety of other unique bio-active components, which virtually eliminates any pain during the treatment. During World War II, surgeons used leeches to help soldiers with pain shock.
How long is the treatment and what does it include?
First treatment is about 2.5 - 3 hours, and includes (only as necessary for each individual):
Live blood analysis;
Applied Kinesiology technique of muscle testing for identifying beneficial/harmful food regimen, supplements, etc;
Follow up-treatments last between 2 - 2.5 hours.
How much does the treatment cost?
The price of the treatment varies depending on the modalities used, as well as the amount of leeches. Please feel free to call for a telephone consultation.
Is there a chance that a leech might enter the body?
Absolutely not! All work is thoroughly supervised, and once the leeches are applied they do not move untill they are done.
What are the contraindications for Hirudotherapy?
Due to unique compatability of leech bio active substances with naturally produced by healthy human body, there are only few contraindications for hirudotherapy. Hemophilia (blood clotting disorder), Leukemia, Miltiple Myeloma, Lymphoma, Anemia, Advanced cancer, HIV, people on immunosuppressive medication, individuals with pacemaker.
What kind of leeches are used?
Hirudo Medicinalis, Medicinal leeches, are used exclusively. No wild leeches are ever used. Medicinal leeches are raised on special bio farms that follow strict sanitary practices according to the laws and regulations.
Are leeches used more than once?
Leeches are NEVER used more than once!
What is Visceral Manipulation Therapy?
A soft, hands-on manual treatment, Visceral Manipulation supports your body's ability to release restrictions and to decongest the soft tissues of internal organs. This technique ideally prepares a person's body for the application of leeches and part of the treatment.
What is Ozone Therapy?
Ozone therapy is a form of alternative naturopatic treatment that purpots to increase the amount of oxygen to the body through the introduction of ozone into the body. Various methods are used to introduce ozone to the body and the benefits of this therapy include but not limited to treatment of cancer, AIDS, multiple sclerosis, migraines, cluster headache, arthritis, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, dementia, Lyme Disease, diabetic or venous ulcer. Ozone therapy is an extremly valuable addition to hirudotherapy.
What is cupping therapy?
Cupping therapy is an ancient Chinese form of alternative medicine in which a local suction is created on the skin; practioners believe this mobilizes blood flow in order to promote healing. Cupping therapy prepares a person's body for leech therapy and is a part of the treatment.
What is wet cupping ( medicinal bleeding/blood letting)?
This is the process of using vacuum at different points of the body with tiny skin incisions in order to remove "harmful" blood which lies just beneath the surface of the skin. To learn more please read an article "Does cupping have any benefits" in the buttom of MEDIA page.
What is Biomagnetic Pair Therapy?
A therapeutic system for children and adults alike. It safely eliminates parasites, bacteria, fungus, viruses and other germs therefore effectively healing most diseases, dysfunctions, ailments and pain. This method is rooted in the fact that the majority of illnesses are caused by micro infections that are sub clinical or macro infections, which are manifest and evident in the body.
The system consists of identifying pH imbalances in the human body. This is done by scanning the body with passive magnets. The regions of the body that have been invaded by pathogenic elements are identified and magnets are then applied to these areas for 20 minutes. The magnetic energy reestablishes equilibrium (balanced pH). Pathogens (bacteria, parasites, fungus or viruses) cannot exist, reproduce or thrive in a balanced pH environment, thus pathogens are eliminated. When we eliminate pathogens, we eliminate illness and disease. This therapy has a high rate of success, is non-invasive, safe and painless. There are no side effects.
Why live blood analysis performed and what can I learn from it?
The analysis of live, unmodified cappilary blood performed to have better understanding of the condidion of clients health. Nutritional and digestive aspects of blood morphology will be addressed, as well as presence of candida, viruses, parasites. Also follow up tests will be performed to track progress.
How is live blood analysis performed?
A drop of blood from finger (a lancing device used) is viewed under microscop. Images are transfered to the computer screen for therapist to view and explain it to the client.