Thursday, October 16, 2014

KURSUS AKUPUNKTUR AURIKULAR /  AURICULAR ACUPUNCTURE COURSE 



HOMEOPATHY CURES / PENYEMBUHAN PERUBATAN HOMEOPATI:





VIJAY DAVID SINGING LIVE:


CATARACTS:
(NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OF CATARACTS AND EYE DISEASES)


CASE 1 - 53 YEARS OLD.

BEFORE - 18.4.2014:

AFTER - 2.5.2014:
IN JUNE 2014 PATIENT WENT FOR SECOND CHECK UP AT T.H.O EYE HOSPITAL AND OPTHALMOLOGIST THERE CONFIRMED THAT THE PATIENT DOES NOT HAVE CATARACTS ANYMORE. 

OPTHALMOLOGIST CLAIMED THAT EARLIER OPTHALMOLOGIST MADE WRONG DIAGNOSIS OF CATARACTS!

HOW COME THE DOCTOR SAYS THAT WHEN IT IS SO OBVIOUS THAT THE PATIENT HAS SOME RESIDUAL CORNEAL OPACITY CLEARLY VISIBLE IN HIS RIGHT EYE AS CAN BEEN SEEN IN THE PHOTO ABOVE.

PATIENT KEPT TELLING ME 'MATA SAYA SUDAH TERANG!' A FEW WEEKS AFTER THE FIRST TREATMENT AND BROUGHT A FEW OF HIS RELATIVES FOR TREATMENT.
THIS RESULT WAS OBTAINED AFTER ONLY ONE TREATMENT.

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CASE 2 - 27 YEARS OLD -
TRAUMATIC CATARACT (CATARACT AFTER INJURY TO EYE)
THIS PATIENT IS STILL UNDER TREATMENT.
BEFORE AND AFTER ONE TREATMENT.





CASE 3 - 56 YEARS OLD

BEFORE:

30.11.2013 -


AFTER:

25.7.2014



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HOMEOPATHY TREATS INJURIES OF CHILDREN:

3+ YEAR OLD CHILD HAD FALL IN PLAYGROUND AND INJURED HIS FOREHEAD LEAVING A BAD BRUISE.
ARNICA AND SOME OTHER HOMEOPATHY MEDICINES CLEARED IT UP:

BEFORE:

AFTER:




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HOMEOPATHY TREATS SKIN DISEASES

FEMALE AGE: 22
NON-ITCHY DE-PIGMENTATION OF THE SKIN
PATIENT STILL UNDER TREATMENT
12.8.2013:

12.3.2014:


10.8.2014:

25.8.2014


FUNGAL INFECTION OF FINGER

Female, age: 27 years.

5.1.2014:



1.2.2014:

20.3.2014: 


ECZEMA:

BEFORE:


AFTER:


ECZEMA:

BEFORE:





AFTER: 







Sunday, September 5, 2010

MOHANATURO HOLISTICS

KURSUS AKUPUNKTUR AURIKULAR /  AURICULAR ACUPUNCTURE COURSE 



HOMEOPATHY CURES / PENYEMBUHAN PERUBATAN HOMEOPATI:





VIJAY DAVID SINGING LIVE:


CATARACTS:
(NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OF CATARACTS AND EYE DISEASES)


CASE 1 - 53 YEARS OLD.

BEFORE - 18.4.2014:

AFTER - 2.5.2014:
IN JUNE 2014 PATIENT WENT FOR SECOND CHECK UP AT T.H.O EYE HOSPITAL AND OPTHALMOLOGIST THERE CONFIRMED THAT THE PATIENT DOES NOT HAVE CATARACTS ANYMORE. 

OPTHALMOLOGIST CLAIMED THAT EARLIER OPTHALMOLOGIST MADE WRONG DIAGNOSIS OF CATARACTS!

HOW COME THE DOCTOR SAYS THAT WHEN IT IS SO OBVIOUS THAT THE PATIENT HAS SOME RESIDUAL CORNEAL OPACITY CLEARLY VISIBLE IN HIS RIGHT EYE AS CAN BEEN SEEN IN THE PHOTO ABOVE.

PATIENT KEPT TELLING ME 'MATA SAYA SUDAH TERANG!' A FEW WEEKS AFTER THE FIRST TREATMENT AND BROUGHT A FEW OF HIS RELATIVES FOR TREATMENT.
THIS RESULT WAS OBTAINED AFTER ONLY ONE TREATMENT.

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CASE 2 - 27 YEARS OLD -
TRAUMATIC CATARACT (CATARACT AFTER INJURY TO EYE)
THIS PATIENT IS STILL UNDER TREATMENT.
BEFORE AND AFTER ONE TREATMENT.


3.8.2014:



11.8.2014:



CASE 3 - 56 YEARS OLD

BEFORE:

30.11.2013 -


AFTER:

25.7.2014



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HOMEOPATHY TREATS INJURIES OF CHILDREN:

3+ YEAR OLD CHILD HAD FALL IN PLAYGROUND AND INJURED HIS FOREHEAD LEAVING A BAD BRUISE.
ARNICA AND SOME OTHER HOMEOPATHY MEDICINES CLEARED IT UP:

BEFORE:

AFTER:




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HOMEOPATHY TREATS SKIN DISEASES

FEMALE AGE: 22
NON-ITCHY DE-PIGMENTATION OF THE SKIN
PATIENT STILL UNDER TREATMENT
12.8.2013:

12.3.2014:


10.8.2014:

25.8.2014


FUNGAL INFECTION OF FINGER

Female, age: 27 years.

5.1.2014:



1.2.2014:

20.3.2014: 


ECZEMA:

BEFORE:


AFTER:


ECZEMA:

BEFORE:





AFTER: 





Leptospirosis now a notifiable disease
Published: Monday August 23, 2010 MYT 4:36:00 PM, in The Staronline

ALOR GAJAH: All doctors must now notify health authorities of suspected cases of leptospirosis, which has caused the death of 10 people since July.

Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the ministry's directive would enable authorities to identify the cause of the spread of leptospirosis for preventive measures to be taken.

"When we are able to identify the source of the bacteria, then measures can be taken to control it, including cleaning up works, gotong-royong and closure of the affected place if necessary," Liow told reporters here Monday, after launching the new pre-school and special education building at SJKC Machap Umboo with Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong.

Liow said health officers also needed to identify leptospirosis hot spots to help control the spread of the bacteria.

He urged the public, especially campers and jungle-trekkers, to beware of personal hygiene and keep their surroundings clean so as not to attract rats.

Liow added that a series of campaigns will be carried out nationwide to increase alertness of the disease and ways of prevention.

The latest leptospirosis death was reported on Saturday.

Several parks throughout the country have been closed since the first deaths were reported in July.

The ministry's website warns people not to swim in public rivers when it rains and to avoid taking a dip if they have cuts on their body, which makes an infection more likely.

Leptospirosis is caused by exposure to water contaminated with urine of infected animals and absorbed through the skin. Rats are the main carriers, and the ministry's campaign urges people not to dump rubbish near water sources that could attract rats.

The disease killed 62 people last year, up from 20 in 2004. In the same period, the number of infections rose more than five-fold to more than 1,400 cases, up from 263.

Symptoms are severe muscle pain, fever, vomiting and headache, and leptospirosis is curable if the person is treated within a week.