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Why Use Leech Therapy to Treat Arthritis?
Arthritis is one of the disabling diseases of the joints that affect not only the physical body but the quality of life as well. Chronic arthritis of a joint can cripple an individual, especially if it affects weight-bearing and multiple joints. There are many medications available to relieve pain and swelling, but sometimes this is not enough. Likewise, there are also many treatments available such as heat treatment and cold therapy to assist in the symptoms of arthritis, but these do not in fact reduce the pain on a long term basis. One of the oldest and most therapeutic therapies for this condition is leech therapy.

Leeches shown during treatment
of varied conditions
What is Leech Therapy?
The use of leeches is one way to treat a multitude of illness and disease. Leeches have found their niche in the medicine world and serve many purposes. For one, they are commonly used as a management for blood clotting problems and are effective for people with diabetes. Secondly, their saliva releases substances and chemicals that can help decrease the inflammation process, thereby decreasing the pain one feels in an inflamed joint.

Leech Therapy and Arthritis

Medicinal Leeches
Our joints need synovial fluid to move freely and pain-free. The articular surfaces of bones making up a joint are lined with lubricating membranes. Small membrane sacs, or bursae, occur in the space between the bones of most joints. These membranes lining joints are known as synovial membranes because they secrete synovial lubricating fluid. People suffering arthritis have less synovial fluid, causing pain on movement. The edges of the bones as well as the cartilages also deteriorate, adding more tenderness to the already painful joint. This causes inflammation due to tissue damage and prolonged, untreated arthritis can lead to deformities.

How Can Leeches Help With Arthritis?
The leeches’ saliva assists in the treatment of arthritis. There are many substances and compounds in their saliva that reduces inflammation in a joint, some of which are the compounds that are called bdelins and eglins, acting as an anti-inflammatory. Aside from anti-inflammatory components, their saliva also has an anesthetic component that deadens the pain felt in the joint and also has a histamine-like substance that acts as a vasodilator. Acetylcholine, another component of the leech’s saliva is also a vasodilator. This is important in the treatment of arthritis because when the vessels dilate [expand], it increases the flow of blood, thus, washing away the compounds that cause pain and inflammation.

Leeches shown during treatment
of varied conditions
Leech Treatment for Arthritis
There are approximately 600 species of leeches known worldwide and only 15 species are considered as medicinal leeches and used for arthritis and other treatments.

When a patient arrives in the clinic, the arthritic joint is first cleansed before medicinal leeches are allowed to attach themselves. They do this by puncturing the skin, where they will begin to suck on the patient’s blood. The Leechs natural process removes infected blood and at the same time, releases therapeutic components and enzymes from its saliva, allowing these components and enzymes to work their wonders in reducing inflammation and pain in the joint.

Blood expelled after different treatments
Medicinal leeches remain attached to the patient for approximately an hour [times can vary] before they automatically disengage from the skin. Through the entire process, each leech would have sucked approximately 10 ml of blood. The areas are then cleansed and dressed to help prevent further blood loss.

Frequency of Leech Therapy for Arthritis
All cases are individual, but on average, medicinal leech therapy is usually performed three times a week for approximately six weeks. Improvement in joint pain and inflammation will be noticed within the first few sessions. Not only is it a safe way to treat arthritis, but it has also been one of the cures for this disease for many years.

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Migraine (from the Greek words hemi, meaning half, and kranion, meaning skull[1]) is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by moderate to severe headaches, and nausea. It is about three times more common in women than in men.[2]

The typical migraine headache is unilateral (affecting one half of the head) and pulsating in nature and lasting from 4 to 72 hours; symptoms include nausea, vomiting, photophobia (increased sensitivity to light), phonophobia (increased sensitivity to sound); the symptoms are generally aggravated by routine activity.[3][4] Approximately one-third of people who suffer from migraine headaches perceive an aura—transient visual, sensory, language, or motor disturbances signalling that the migraine will soon occur.[5][6]

Initial treatment is with analgesics for the headache, an antiemetic for the nausea, and the avoidance of triggers. The cause of migraine headache is unknown; the most supported theory is that it is related to hyper-excitability of the cerebral cortex and/or abnormal control of pain neurons in the trigeminal nucleus of the brainstem.[7]

Studies of twins indicate a 60- to 65-percent genetic influence upon their propensity to develop migraine headaches.[8][9] Moreover, fluctuating hormone levels indicate a migraine relation: 75 percent of adult patients are women, although migraine affects approximately equal numbers of prepubescent boys and girls. Propensity to migraine headache sometimes disappears during pregnancy, but in some women migraines may become more frequent.[10]

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Hands affected by rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune form of arthritis
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Arthritis Symptoms

Of more than 100 different kinds of arthritis, these are the most common types and their symptoms:

Osteoarthritis / Osteoarthrosis (OA, also known as degenerative arthritis, degenerative joint disease, arthrosis or in more colloquial terms “wear and tear”), is a condition in which low-grade inflammation results in pain in the joints, caused by wearing of the cartilage that covers and acts as a cushion inside joints. As the bone surfaces become less well protected by cartilage, the patient experiences pain upon weight bearing, including walking and standing. Due to decreased movement because of the pain, regional muscles may atrophy, and ligaments may become more lax. OA is the most common form of arthritis. The word is derived from the Greek word “osteo”, meaning “of the bone”, “arthro”, meaning “joint”, and “itis”, meaning inflammation, although many sufferers have little or no inflammation

Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is traditionally considered a chronic, inflammatory autoimmune disorder that causes the immune system to attack the joints. It is a disabling and painful inflammatory condition, which can lead to substantial loss of mobility due to pain and joint destruction. RA is a systemic disease, often affecting extra-articular tissues throughout the body including the skin, blood vessels, heart, lungs, and muscles. About 60% of RA patients are unable to work 10 years after the onset of their disease.[1]

Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is traditionally considered a chronic, inflammatory autoimmune disorder that causes the immune system to attack the joints. It is a disabling and painful inflammatory condition, which can lead to substantial loss of mobility due to pain and joint destruction. RA is a systemic disease, often affecting extra-articular tissues throughout the body including the skin, blood vessels, heart, lungs, and muscles. About 60% of RA patients are unable to work 10 years after the onset of their disease.[1]

 

Causes sudden, severe attacks, usually in the big toe, but any joint can be affected. A metabolic disorder in which uric acid builds up in the blood and crystals form in joints and other places. Drugs and attention to diet can control gout. Affects about 1 million Americans (70 to 80 percent men), with first attack starting between 40 and 50 years of age
 A chronic inflammatory disease of the spine that can result in fused vertebrae and rigid spine. Often milder and harder to diagnose in women. Most people with the disease also have a genetic marker known as HLA-B27. Affects about 318,000 Americans, usually men between the ages of 16 and 35

The most common form is juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis diagnosis, treatment, and disease characteristics are different in children and adults. Some children recover completely; others remain affected throughout their lives. Affects about 200,000 Americans

Psoriatic Arthritis Symptoms

Bone and other joint tissues become inflamed, and, like rheumatoid arthritis, it can affect the whole body. Affects about 5 percent of people with psoriasis, a chronic skin disease. Likely to affect fingers or spine. Symptoms are mild in most people but can be quite severe. Affects about 160,000 Americans

Other forms

Arthritis can develop as a result of an infection. For example, bacteria that cause gonorrhea or Lyme disease can cause arthritis. Infectious arthritis can cause serious damage, but usually clears up completely with antibiotics. Scleroderma is a systemic disease that involves the skin, but may include problems with blood vessels, joints, and internal organs. Fibromyalgia syndrome is soft-tissue rheumatism that doesn’t lead to joint deformity, but affects an estimated 5 million Americans, mostly women. The approximate number of cases in the United States of some common forms of arthritis.
 

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The carotid arteries are two blood vessels, one on each side of the neck, that carry blood from the heart to the brain. These arteries can become partially or completely blocked thereby decreasing blood flow to the brain. It is caused by a condition called atherosclerosis, also known as hardening of the arteries. Atherosclerosis is caused by a build up of cholesterol and calcium on the inside of the arteries. These deposits are called plaques, which may eventually become so thick that they completely block the flow of blood through the arteries. People with untreated blocked carotid arteries are more likely to have strokes.
Carotid artery occlusive disease is a permanent but correctable condition. Treatment is designed to prevent further blockage and stroke. If there is some blockage but there are no symptoms, treatment may be just regular checkups, with ultrasound studies to monitor the condition and medications that thin the blood or prevent the blood cells from forming clots. Even severe narrowing may produce no symptoms. If the blockage is very tight, surgery may be recommended to decrease the risk of stroke, even if there are no symptoms.
The most common surgery, carotid endarterectomy, involves removing the plaque from the artery. For some patients, a balloon angioplasty (inflation of a balloon to flatten the plaque against the artery wall), with placement of a stent, may be performed.

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breast cancer?Breast cancer is a malignant area in the breast.

When it spreads into the surrounding breast tissue, it is called invasive breast cancer.

There are a number of types of breast cancer and how they develop is not completely understood.

Some breast cancers have a better chance of successful treatment than others.

Most breast cancers start in the milk ducts of the breasts (ductal cancers), others start in the lobules of the breast (lobular cancers). Cancers can develop slowly over years or more quickly over months. Breast cancer can spread to the lymph nodes which are the drainage system of the human body. In this way cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body, such as the lungs, bones and liver. Breast cancer can also spread through the bloodstream.

The risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer increases with age. Breast cancer is uncommon in women under 50. About 70 percent of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer and about 80 percent of women who die from it are 50 years or older.

Some women are at greater risk of breast cancer because there is a history of close family members having the disease. However, most women who develop breast cancer have no relatives with the disease. Even among women who do have relatives with breast cancer, most will never develop it.

Ductal carcinoma in situ or DCIS
Ductal carcinoma in situ is an early form of breast cancer that is contained within the breast duct and has not spread into the surrounding tissue. Although a small number of cases of DCIS are found because there are changes in the nipple, most cases are found through mammography screening. DCIS may show on the mammogram as small specks of calcium in the breast, called microcalcifications. Not all microcalcifications are caused by DCIS.

In BreastScreen Aotearoa, about 22 percent of detected cancers are DCIS.

DCIS can be low grade, intermediate or high grade. High grade means the cells are multiplying more rapidly, and the DCIS is more likely to progress to invasive cancer. It is not possible to predict which cases of DCIS will develop into invasive cancer.

DCIS is diagnosed the same way as invasive breast cancer. Treatment is offered to prevent the development of invasive breast cancer. The treatment options depend on the size and grade of the DCIS. If there is a small amount of low-grade DCIS, surgical removal of the areas is recommended, usually followed by radiotherapy. If there is a large area, or several areas, a mastectomy may be recommended. Removal of the lymph nodes is not recommended for women with small areas of DCIS alone who are not having reconstruction because of the risk of swelling in the area.

Making a decision about what to do about DCIS is difficult. Not all cases of DCIS develop into invasive cancer, but it is not possible to say which will and which will not. Low-grade DCIS may hide a higher grade DCIS or invasive cancer, or sometimes high-grade DCIS can hide an invasive cancer. The area of DCIS may be bigger than what is seen on the mammogram.

If a needle biopsy finds DCIS, an open surgical biopsy is needed to make sure no invasive cancer is present.

Some women with low-grade DCIS may choose not to have further treatment after surgery but wait and see. About 40 percent of cases of low grade DCIS progress to invasive diseases after 30 years. It is important that all options are discussed with the surgeon and breastcare nurse.
 
Where to get tested
 
To contact your nearest BreastScreen Aotearoa Centre Freephone 0800 270 200 »

Mobile screening unit schedules
 
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A stroke, previously known medically as a cerebrovascular accident (CVA), is the rapidly developing loss of brain function(s) due to disturbance in the blood supply to the brain. This can be due to ischemia (lack of blood flow) caused by blockage (thrombosis, arterial embolism), or a haemorrhage (leakage of blood).[1] As a result, the affected area of the brain is unable to function, which might result in an inability to move one or more limbs on one side of the body, inability to understand or formulate speech, or an inability to see one side of the visual field.[2]

A stroke is a medical emergency and can cause permanent neurological damage, complications, and death. It is the leading cause of adult disability in the United States and Europe and the second leading cause of death worldwide.[3] Risk factors for stroke include old age, hypertension (high blood pressure), previous stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA), diabetes, high cholesterol, cigarette smoking and atrial fibrillation.[2] High blood pressure is the most important modifiable risk factor of stroke.[2]

A silent stroke is a stroke that does not have any outward symptoms, and the patient is typically unaware they have suffered a stroke. Despite not causing identifiable symptoms, a silent stroke still causes damage to the brain, and places the patient at increased risk for both transient ischemic attack and major stroke in the future. Conversely, those who have suffered a major stroke are at risk of having silent strokes.[4]In a broad study in 1998, more than 11 million people were estimated to have experienced a stroke in the United States. Approximately 770,000 of these strokes were symptomatic and 11 million were first-ever silent MRI infarcts or hemorrhages. Silent strokes typically cause lesions which are detected via the use of neuroimaging such as MRI. Silent stroke are estimated to occur at five times the rate of symptomatic stroke.[5][6] The risk of silent stroke increases with age but may also affect younger adults and children, especially those with acute anemia.[7][5]

An ischemic stroke is occasionally treated in a hospital with thrombolysis (also known as a “clot buster”), and some hemorrhagic strokes benefit from neurosurgery. Treatment to recover any lost function is termed stroke rehabilitation, ideally in a stroke unit and involving health professions such as speech and language therapy, physical therapy and occupational therapy. Prevention of recurrence may involve the administration of antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin and dipyridamole, control and reduction of hypertension, and the use of statins. Selected patients may benefit from carotid endarterectomy and the use of anticoagulants

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About diabetes
Diabetes is caused by having too much glucose (sugar) in the blood. This happens because the pancreas cannot make enough insulin.

Glucose is an essential source of energy for the brain and is one of the sources of energy for the body. Glucose in the bloodstream comes from carbohydrate foods, which are changed into glucose after we have eaten them.

Glucose also comes from the liver, which converts fat and protein into glucose to make sure there is a constant glucose supply even when we are not eating.

For people without diabetes the level of glucose in the body is between 4 and 8 mmol/L.

Insulin is produced in the pancreas and has two jobs in the body – the first is to transport glucose from the blood supply into fat and muscle cells, where it can be used for energy. The second is to switch off the liver once the level of glucose in the blood is high enough.

Diabetes is the result of the body not creating enough insulin to keep blood glucose levels in the normal range. It cannot presently be cured but it can be controlled and you can lead a full and active life
There are three types of diabetes:
Type 1
People who do not make any insulin (or very little) have Type 1 diabetes. Because the immune system destroys the pancreas they have stopped making insulin, and their body is unable to use glucose for energy. They tend to lose weight very quickly because their body is actually being starved. Their health rapidly deteriorates and they would die if insulin were not given.

They therefore require insulin by injection plus healthy eating to stay alive and maintain good health.

Type 2
People with Type 2 diabetes are still making insulin but the production is sluggish or their body is resistant to insulin. Becoming overweight is almost always the cause of the body becoming resistant to insulin and can trigger Type 2 diabetes, even in young people. Type 2 diabetes can be treated with weight loss and regular physical activity. Medication in the form of tablets is often required to reduce the resistance to insulin or to stimulate the pancreas to make more insulin. Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition in that the pancreas continues to get more sluggish over time. People with Type 2 diabetes may eventually require insulin.

Diabetes of pregnancy (gestational diabetes)
Gestational diabetes is when a pregnant woman has high levels of glucose in her blood. High blood glucose is caused because the mother cannot produce enough insulin (a pregnant woman’s insulin needs are two to three times that of someone who is not pregnant).

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Vascular disease is a pathological state of large and medium sized muscular arteries and is triggered by endothelial cell dysfunction. Because of factors like pathogens, oxidized LDL particles and other inflammatory stimuli endothelial cells become activated. This leads to change in their characteristics: endothelial cells start to excrete cytokines and chemokines and express adhesion molecules on their surface. This in turn results in recruitment of white blood cells (monocytes and lymphocytes), which can infiltrate the blood vessel wall. Stimulation of smooth muscle cell layer with cytokines produced by endothelial cells and recruited white blood cells causes smooth muscle cells to proliferate and migrate towards the blood vessel lumen. The process causes thickening of the vessel wall, forming a plaque consisting of proliferating smooth muscle cells, macrophages and various types of lymphocytes. This plaque result in obstructed blood flow leading to diminished amounts of oxygen and nutrients, that reach the target organ. In the final stages, the plaque may also rupture causing the formation of clots, and as a result strokes can be very difficult to make a vascular disease diagnosis as there are a wide variety of symptoms that a person can carry.[2] Vascular diagnosis is primarily made upon the symptoms, family history and after a physical examination performed by a specialist.

The physical exam may be slightly different depending on the type of vascular disease that is suspected. In the case of a peripheral vascular disease the physical exam consists in checking the blood flow in the legs or flow or the blood pressure. During the physical examination of a cerebrovascular disease the doctor listens with the help of a stethoscope to detect abnormal sounds of blood flow (called bruit) on the neck
In order to confirm a cerebrovascular disease, few additional tests may be required whenever there are doubts in what the diagnosis concerns. These may include tests such as the cerebral angiography (carotid angiogram). This test is made by inserting a catheter into the patient’s artery in the leg with the help of a needle through the vessels in the abdomen and chest, until it reaches the arteries of the neck. The coronary angiogram is basically the same procedure which is however utilized for detecting cardiovascular conditions.

The carotid duplex (carotid ultrasound) is another type of noninvasive test which uses ultrasound waves in order to detect plaque, blood clots or any other type of blood flow abnormalities in the carotid arteries. The specialists may detect hemorrhagic strokes with the help of a X-ray computed tomography. They are easily visualized due to the differences in density between the blood, bone and brain tissue. The CT scans are also useful in finding out abnormalities in the heart and in diagnosing cardiovascular conditions.[3]

The Doppler ultrasound is a test used to diagnose both cerebrovascular disease and peripheral vascular disease. It utilizes high frequency sound waves that are being directed to the vein or artery which presents abnormalities and are then detected on the Doppler.

Electroencephalography may be required in order to detect electrical impulses in the brain by placing small metal discs called electrodes on the scalp of the patient.

The magnetic resonance imaging technique is able to obtain 3D images of the body structure. The images are very clear and they are produced by using magnetic fields and recent computer technology. Due to the clarity of the pictures, the MRI can detect any signs of prior strokes. The MRI may also be performed on the heart if a cardiovascular disease is suspected. A lumbar puncture may also be performed but this is an invasive test which consists in taking a sample of cerebrospinal fluid from the space surrounding the spinal cord. The purpose of this test is finding traces of blood which may be due to cerebral hemorrhage.[4]

Upon suspicion of peripheral vascular disease, the first-line study is the ankle brachial pressure index (ABPI/ABI) which is a measure of the fall in blood pressure in the arteries supplying the legs. A ABPI value that exceeds 0.9 is the confirmation that a peripheral vascular disease is not present. If the value of the ABPI is lower than 0.8, the peripheral vascular disease exists but it is normally a mild case. On the other hand, a value below 0.5 is the proof of a serious vascular condition

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 sleep disorder (somnipathy) is a medical disorder of the sleep patterns of a person or animal. Some sleep disorders are serious enough to interfere with normal physical, mental and emotional functioning. A test commonly ordered for some sleep disorders is the polysomnography.

Disruptions in sleep can be caused by a variety of issues, from teeth grinding (bruxism) to night terrors. When a person suffers from difficulty in sleeping with no obvious cause, it is referred to as insomnia.[1] In addition, sleep disorders may also cause sufferers to sleep excessively, a condition known as hypersomnia. Management of sleep disturbances that are secondary to mental, medical, or substance abuse disorders should focus on the underlying conditions.

Due to rapidly increasing knowledge about sleep in the 20th century, including the discovery of REM sleep and sleep apnea, the medical importance of sleep was recognized. The medical community began paying more attention than previously to primary sleep disorders, such as sleep apnea, as well as the role and quality of sleep in other conditions. By the 1970s in the USA, clinics and laboratories devoted to the study of sleep and sleep disorders had been founded, and a need for standards arose.

Pediatric Polysomnography.

Sleep Medicine is now a recognized subspecialty within internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics, otolaryngology, psychiatry and neurology in the leech therapy  can help sleep disordermr mehdi jaffari leech therapy  specialist:in sleep disorder for more info call AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND life clinic 09 419 16 94 or www.leechestherapy.com 

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Leech Therapy Courses Available in NZ and Australia for more info call life clinic AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND 09 4191694

Leech Therapy Courses NOW Available In
Auckland, New Zealand & Melbourne, Australia
Applications for Courses No.1 and No.2

Course Fees: AU$2,000 each

Early bookings are advised as seats are limited due to demand

Dates: Course No.1 – 02/09/2011 to 06/09/2011 in Melbourne, Australia 
 Course No.2 – 07/09/2011 to 11/09/2011 in Melbourne, Australia 

 Course No.1 – 23/09/2011 to 27/09/2011 in Auckland, New Zealand 

 Course No.2 – 28/09/2011 to 02/10/2011 in Auckland, New Zealand

PREVIOUS COURSE IN MALAYSIA
 
Mr. Mehdi Jaffari, President of International Leech Therapy
Institute of Associates & En Ab. Azid Bin Che Ibrahim;
Executive Director of PUSMAL University of Malaya
We are proud to announce our collaboration with the Malaysian Graduates Entrepreneurship Centre [PUSMAL], University Malaya and Mr. Mehdi Jaffari; President of International Leech Therapy Institute of Associates c/o LCHH NSW Australia.

Life Clinic Hirudotherapy & Healing is Internationally distinguished through the work of owner/director Mehdi Jaffari and his knowledge of Leech Therapy, which spans for more than 40 years. His clinics in Australia and New Zealand draw people from around the world seeking the amazing benefits of natural leech therapy.

Life Clinic Hirudotherapy & Healing understands the importance of educating people and Mr. Jaffari’s Leech Therapy courses have been created to teach and enable others to continue his vision of helping people around the world using methods of natural leech therapy.

Course No. 1
 
Successful Students
Arthritis

■Knee
■Shoulder
■Elbow
■Hand
■Ankle
■Hip
Back Pain

■Upper back pain
■Lower back pain
■Neck pain
Course No. 2
 Migraine

Eye Problems

■Glaucoma
■Periorbital Hematoma [black eyes]
■Conjunctivitis
Ear/Hearing Problems

■Sudden Hearing Loss
■Tinnitus
■Otitis Media
Brain

■Cerebral Palsy
■Brain Injuries
 
Successful Students
For more information on enrolments, please contact the following:

Tracy Jaffari for all Auckland Course Enquiries
Manager of Life Clinic Head Office New Zealand
Ph: +649 419 1694
Mobile: +64 210 366 062
Email: leeches@mehdi-healing.com

or

Omid Jaffari for all Melbourne Course Enquiries
Manager of Life Clinic Head Office Melbourne, Australia
Mobile: +61 435 751 418
Email: omidjaffari@me.com

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