Dr. Allen's Device Should Be Used After Stroke in the First Place as Recent Article Says ‘No Hint of a Benefit from Intracranial Stenting,’ Highlights Fine Treatment

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Dr. Allen’s Device provides a unique opportunity to enhance blood circulation in the brain without side effects helping people after stroke to recover. It is important to know as the largest study which is currently available confirms that percutaneous transluminal angioplasty and stenting (PTAS) is worse than drug treatment alone, states Fine Treatment.

Head and Brain treatment device invented by Dr Simon Allen

Dr. Allen's Device enhances blood circulation in the brain naturally relieving nasty symptoms after stroke.

Dr. Allen’s Device for Head and Brain helps patients after stroke to recover without side effects, by improving blood circulation in the brain.

If patients have already had a stroke or temporary ischemia, there is a high risk that this occurs again, therefore surgeons’ have tried to widen the narrowed vessels by stenting, however, as a recent article shows, side effects make these operations worse than treating with medications. However, patients condition after stroke can be improved by the use of Dr. Allen’s Device for Treatment of Head and Brain, as it increases the blood flow in the brain, Fine Treatment reveals.

The article ‘Intracranial stents: More strokes than with drug treatment alone,’ October 13, 2014, in the Science Codex, states that the risk of having another stroke is higher if patients, after dilation of their blood vessels in the brain, not only receive clot-inhibiting drugs, but also have small tubes called stents inserted. However, studies have provided no hint of a benefit from stenting, which is also referred to with the abbreviation "PTAS". This is the conclusion reached in the rapid report of the German Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG).

The Research in Germany, named SAMMPRIS study, was relevant for the assessment of PTAS in comparison with drug treatment alone. SAMMPRIS included a total of 451 participants and is the largest study currently available. It is also the only study to provide data both on mortality and side effects and on stroke in all areas of the brain. As the SAMMPRIS data showed, a new stroke is considerably more common in patients who have received an intracranial stent than in patients who only received medication.

‘This unique study from Germany published recently, on October 9, 2014, confirms that aggressive surgical treatments are dangerous and should be considered seriously’ notes Dr. Allen.

Dr. Allen’s Device provides a unique natural treatment that every patient after stroke can easily use at home. Some patients feel better even in several days of wearing the device, like Jim, 67 years old, from Ohio, who wrote to Fine Treatment, “it seemed like my Dementia from Brain Damage after my second stroke was slightly improved after only in a few days.”

“Thermobalancing therapy is able to treat nasty symptoms after stroke gradually,” says Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s Device for Head and Brain helps patients after stroke to recover without side effects, by improving blood circulation in the brain.”

For details, please visit Fine Treatment at http://finetreatment.com/brain-and-head-treatment/.

About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, stroke, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders.

Fine Treatment ensures international availability of Dr. Allen’s Devices for the treatment of chronic prostatitis and BPH, coronary heart disease, for dissolving kidney stones, for a powerful relief of upper and lower back pain and sciatica, as well as for natural brain function support.

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