Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment enhances blood circulation in the walls of coronary arteries at the capillary level, gradually improving the blood flow through them that improves the well-being of a user.
London, GB (PRWEB) December 01, 2013
A 48-year-old man who claims he collapsed into a €10m painting by Claude Monet at the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, had a quadruple heart bypass a year later, his trial has heard, reports The Irish Independent on November 29, 2013. However, not only that a heart surgery is risky, it often does not improve the health of a patient. In contrast, Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment helps to make the condition of its users stable by relieving angina naturally. The sooner it is used, the lesser the need for a heart surgery is, comments Fine Treatment.
The article ‘Man 'felt weak and collapsed' into €10m painting, trial told’ reports, “Mr. Shannon was arrested immediately after he was discharged from hospital on the day of the incident, and two tourists who witnessed the painting being damaged told the court that Mr. Shannon had lunged at the canvas with his fist "like a hammer.” The case number DUDP0827/2012 is now heard at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
‘People believe that a heart surgery can help them to forget about their coronary heart disease but this is a myth,’ comments Dr. Simon Allen. 20 years ago Dr. Thomas A. Preston, Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, warned that coronary-bypass surgery was overused, frequently ineffective, and absurdly expensive. A decade of scientific study demonstrates that except in certain well-defined situations, bypass surgery does not save lives, and it does not prevent a heart attack.
According to the article ‘The mixed blessing of heart surgery’ published earlier this year in The Boston Globe, angioplasty and heart bypass surgery are giants among medical procedures in America. They are performed more than a million times each year and together drive a $100-billion industry. But an article in a recent issue of Harvard Magazine reveals a frightening truth: there’s no evidence that they improve life expectancy by even a single day.
Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment starts to work from day one, and its users begin to feel the therapeutic benefits within days of wearing it. The time necessary to improve the condition of the heart muscle varies taking at least several months. The users report feeling better over time. People begin to feel more confident and in control of their condition.
Furthermore, the thermo-element – the key component of Dr Allen’s Device – is comfortable to wear and doesn’t need replacement for at least 1.5 years. Here is a case study video made by the Oxford Innovation Centre showing Dr. Allen's patient with cardiovascular disease: http://youtu.be/Zr2euPQYztQ.
“Thermobalancing therapy provides a stand-alone ischemic heart disease treatment,” notes Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s Device for Heart Treatment enhances blood circulation in the walls of coronary arteries at the capillary level, gradually improving the blood flow through them that improves the well-being of a user.”
For details, please visit Fine Treatment at http://finetreatment.com/coronary-heart-disease-treatment-angina-relief/.
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardio-vascular field. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, 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 chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica.