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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

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

Back Pain

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

Eye Problems

■Periorbital Hematoma [black eyes]
Ear/Hearing Problems

■Sudden Hearing Loss
■Otitis Media

■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


Omid Jaffari for all Melbourne Course Enquiries
Manager of Life Clinic Head Office Melbourne, Australia
Mobile: +61 435 751 418

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 leeches leech mehdi leech (Hirudotherapy) therapist   Heart Disease, Strokes improved after leech therapy for more info call NEW ZEALAND 09 4191694

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Heart Disease, Strokes improved after leech therapy

  • Narrowing of the small arteries within the brain can cause a so-called lacunar stroke, (lacune=empty space). Blockage of a single arteriole can affect a tiny area of brain causing that tissue to die (infarct).
  • Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) leading to the brain. There are four major blood vessels that supply the brain with blood. The anterior circulation of the brain that controls most motor, activity, sensation, thought, speech, and emotion is supplied by the carotid arteries. The posterior circulation, which supplies the brainstem and the cerebellum, controlling the automatic parts of brain function and coordination, is supplied by the vertebrobasilar arteries.


If these arteries become narrow as a result of atherosclerosis, plaque or cholesterol, debris can break off and float downstream, clogging the blood supply to a part of the brain. As opposed to lacunar strokes, larger parts of the brain can lose blood supply, and this may produce more symptoms than a lacunar stroke.

  • Embolism to the brain from the heart. In situations in which blood clots form within the heart, the potential exists for small clots to break off and travel (embolize) to the arteries in the brain and cause a stroke.

Rupture of an artery (hemorrhage)

  • Cerebral hemorrhage (bleeding within the brain substance). The most common reason to have bleeding within the brain is uncontrolled high blood pressure. Other situations include aneurysms that leak or rupture or arteriovenous malformations (AVM) in which there is an abnormal collection of blood vessels that are fragile and can bleed.

What causes a stroke?


Blockage of an artery

The blockage of an artery in the brain by a clot (thrombosis) is the most common cause of a stroke. The part of the brain that is supplied by the clotted blood vessel is then deprived of blood and oxygen. As a result of the deprived blood and oxygen, the cells of that part of the brain die. Typically, a clot forms in a small blood vessel within the brain that has been previously narrowed due to a variety of risk factors including:

  • high blood pressure (hypertension),
  • high cholesterol,
  • diabetes, and
  • smoking.

Embolic stroke

Another type of stroke may occur when a blood clot or a piece of atherosclerotic plaque (cholesterol and calcium deposits on the wall of the inside of the heart or artery) breaks loose, travels through open arteries, and lodges in an artery of the brain. When this happens, the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the brain is blocked and a stroke occurs. This type of stroke is referred to as an embolic stroke. For example, a blood clot might originally form in the heart chamber as a result of an irregular heart rhythm, such as occurs in atrial fibrillation. Usually, these clots remain attached to the inner lining of the heart, but occasionally they can break off, travel through the blood stream, form a plug (embolism) in a brain artery, and cause a stroke. An embolism can also originate in a large artery (for example, the carotid artery, a major artery in the neck that supplies blood to the brain) and then travel downstream to clog a small artery within the brain.

Cerebral hemorrhage

A cerebral hemorrhage occurs when a blood vessel in the brain ruptures and bleeds into the surrounding brain tissue. A cerebral hemorrhage (bleeding in the brain) can cause a stroke by depriving blood and oxygen to parts of the brain. Blood is also very irritating to the brain and can cause swelling of brain tissue (cerebral edema). Edema and the accumulation of blood from a cerebral hemorrhage increases pressure within the skull and causes further damage by squeezing the brain against the bony skull.

Subarachnoid hemorrhage

In a subarachnoid hemorrhage, blood accumulates in the space beneath the arachnoid membrane that lines the brain. The blood originates from an abnormal blood vessel that leaks or ruptures. Often this is from an aneurysm (an abnormal ballooning out of the wall of the vessel). Subarachnoid hemorrhages usually cause a sudden, severe headache and stiff neck. If not recognized and treated, major neurological consequences, such as coma, and brain death will occur.


Another rare cause of stroke is vasculitis, a condition in which the blood vessels become inflamed.

Migraine headache

There appears to be a very slight increased occurrence of stroke in people with migraine headache. The mechanism for migraine or vascular headaches includes narrowing of the brain blood vessels. Some migraine headache episodes can even mimic stroke with loss of function of one side of the body or vision or speech problems. Usually, the symptoms resolve as the headache resolves

Leech therapy is effective against these diseases, including hypertension because of its ability to relieve the stagnation of the blood in the vessels. When a leech is applied over a certain area, the blood flow to that area will increase, leading to better circulation. In fact, there are several cases where the patient’s overall wellbeing is improved after leech therapy and rejuvenation takes place.

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Heart Disease, Strokes & Vascular Disease

IP Australia, the Australian Government Agency has successfully examined and approved Mr. Jaffari’s method of ‘Using leeches for Cardiovascular and Vascular Disease’ – Patent number: 2008101066 
Mehdi’s focus is to contribute his knowledge through Written & Practical Courses, teaching people around Australia and Worldwide to learn the benefits of Leech Therapy in naturally treating Heart Disease, Strokes and the narrowing/occlusions of Arteries. 
In addition, Mr. Jaffari uses Leech Therapy effectively to treat many other ailments, substantially contributing to the health benefits of his patients.
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Hi, Mehdi here, 
It’s my pleasure to share information about the benefits of Leech Therapy to Australia and other parts of the world.  This amazing therapy has been used for thousands of years and it’s very exciting to see so many people, including medical professions interested in the benefits of these miraculous creatures.
Our Sydney clinic is set amongst bushland, where patients enjoy the beauty and calmness of the natural surroundings.  During leech therapy, patients can enjoy heated massage chairs, internet, television and calm music.

The most common areas I’m asked to provide leech therapy for is Heart disease, narrowings in Carotid arteries, coronary arteries, in fact, any narrowed or blocked arteries around the body, also strokes, arthritis and cancer.  For more information, please visit

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