Sujok Therapy can help to by pass the bypass surgery

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Sujok Therapy can help to by pass the bypass surgery

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what is heart disease?
One of the key components is plaque. Plaque is a greasy layer of proteins, fats (including cholesterol), immune system cells and other components that accumulate on the inner walls of the coronary arteries. If you have plaque building up in your coronary arteries, you have some degree of heart disease. If plaque accumulates over a period of several years there will be enough collateral development so  that blood can still travel throughout the heart. However, too much plaque buildup can cause severe blood restriction, and debilitating chest pain, or angina, can result. But this build up only rarely leads to heart attacks.


So what leads to heart attacks?
It turns out that it’s the less severe accumulations of plaque, blocking under 50% of the artery, that often cause heart attacks. These accumulations each have a layer of cells, called the cap, which separates the core of the plaque from the blood flowing by. In the dangerous plaques, the cap is weak and thin. Consequently, as blood rushes by, it can erode the cap until it ruptures. When the cap ruptures, the core contents of the plaque mix with the blood. The blood then begins clotting around the site of rupture. The clot grows and can quickly block off the entire artery. When the artery becomes blocked over such a short period of time, there is little chance for collateral blood flow to develop. When this happens, blood flow downstream of the rupture is severely reduced and the heart muscles don’t get the oxygen they require. At this point, as heart muscle cells start to die, heart pumping mechanisms begin to fail, and the person may feel a crushing pain in the chest, or a searing pain down into an arm and up into the neck and jaw. In short, the victim starts to die. The small to medium accumulation of plaque, the plaque that blocks less than 50% of the artery, is the most deadly.
So how can we predict the timing of heart attacks? Unfortunately, with existing technologies, we can’t. We can’t know which plaque will rupture, when, or how severe it might be.
Remember which plaque buildups cause heart attacks? The deadly buildups are the smaller, less stable plaques that tend to rupture. The bypass operation, however, is targeted to the largest, most visible plaques, which may be responsible for chest pain, but not for heart attacks.

Bypass surgery and angioplasty do not address the cause of heart disease, prevent heart attacks or extend the lives of any sickest heart disease patients.


Role of Sujok Therapy-

Reversal of heart disease without drugs or surgery is possible with the help of sujok Therapy and lifestyle modifications. It will be a proved widespread economic benefit for patients.



Case 1– Mr S kasera age 68 yr, P/H/O–CABG,  Diabetic(on insulin), creatinine-2.5, vision reduced due to retinopathy.
He was suffering from dyspnoea in slight exertion. But his doctor refused to go for angioplasty due to lot of complications. As a hope for life he came to us in year 2010.
After taking treatment for three months he was free from all his problems related with heart.Still he is enjoying a smile life with a smiling heart.


Case 2— Mr Suresh Jain age 54yr, had a CABG 15 months back but again he was facing the same discomfort. His doctor was advising him for angioplasty. He came to us with little hope.
After taking treatment for 2 months he was free from all discomfort. Again he went through all testing and every reports were normal. 

Treatment given-
– Moxa in heart correspondence and energy points
-Heat tonify (combined method) in heart meridian and visudhi chakra
-Triorigin treatment (Ho sedation in coronary arteries)
Body- functional system – homo functional system – circulatory system- heart-communication-coronary arteries-homo sedation.
Ho-He-Ho-Ho-No-No-He-ho sedation
Thanks to Prof Park for developing such a wonderful therapy which is bringing smile to society

1 Comment

harinderpal singh

13/12/2019 at 5:46 pm

smile thx to prof park n thx u sir fro sharing your blog….. keep it up…

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