Coronary Surgery is Dangerous and Unnecessary Heart Operation is Harmful while Natural Dr Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment Can Help States Fine Treatment

A recent article in The New York Times 'Unnecessary Heart Surgery Can Be Dangerous' explored alarming facts that cardiac procedures might have been performed on patients who didn't need them, so a wiser alternative to expensive surgery and putting life at risk is a new Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment, which helps to treat coronary heart disease naturally, states Fine Treatment.

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Dr. Allen's Device for Heart Treatment

Dr. Allen's device treats cardiovascular disease naturally and effectively

Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment improves the blood flow deeply in the heart at the capillary level strengthening cardiac muscle, helping the users to avoid risky invasive heart procedures.

London, UK (PRWEB) September 13, 2012

Although invasive heart procedures can be lifesaving and worth the risk for patients with severe blockage of coronary artery, patients who don't need cardiac catheterization or stents are exposed to unnecessary risks before and after surgery, so in such cases Dr. Allen recommends new Thermobalancing therapy for the treatment of coronary heart disease which improves heart condition naturally.

Dr. Allen’s Device for heart treatment increases the blood flow in the coronary arteries improving the condition of the heart muscle and relieving disturbing symptoms. Oxford Innovation has interviewed patients who have used the Thermobalancing therapy. The following video, for instance, discusses the treatment of coronary heart disease with Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwI84Hfo7GA.

An article titled 'Unnecessary Heart Surgery Can Be Dangerous' by S. Lupkin of Aug. 8, 2012 in The New York Times reports that diagnostic tests are unsafe. When a patient undergoes cardiac catheterization, a wire tube carries equipment up to the heart, but before it can get there, the patient faces an initial set of risks:
-Bleeding from the artery in the groin or wrist,
-Blood clot in the arm or leg, which could cause the patient to lose a limb,
-Bleeding into the belly, if the artery near the groin is punctured too high.

Regarding coronary surgeries, Dr. Thomas A. Preston, Chief of Cardiology at Pacific Medical Center, Seattle, Washington states: "fully half of the bypass operations performed in the United States are unnecessary." A decade of scientific study has shown that except in certain well-defined situations, bypass surgery does not save lives, or even prevent heart attacks: among patients who suffer from coronary-artery disease, those who are treated without surgery enjoy the same survival rates as those who undergo open-heart surgery. Yet many American physicians continue to prescribe surgery immediately upon the appearance of angina, or chest pain.

“The Thermobalancing therapy is harmless and helps to protect its users from a heart attack”, says Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment improves the blood flow deeply in the heart at the capillary level strengthening cardiac muscle, helping the users to avoid risky invasive heart procedures.”

Worn as a T-shirt with a small natural thermo-element, Dr Allen's Device for Heart Treatment fits into daily activities of its users effortlessly. You can read more about it at http://www.finetreatment.co.uk/coronaryheartdisease/hearttreatment.html.

About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardiovascular field, and he has treated patients after a heart attack with coronary heart disease, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr Allen’s devices for coronary heart disease, chronic prostatitis (CPPS) and BPH treatment, to dissolve kidney stones, for upper and lower back pain relief and sciatica treatment.


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