Recommended by Dr. Mitsuo Koda, MD

 

I am convinced that this treatment preaches a precious "real" way of health, and I am amazed at its great effects. I have no choice but to admire Dr. Koki Osugi's profound study, as to how well the truth has been elucidated so far. I was convinced that Dr. Osugi was a “world-renowned doctor”. Hopefully, I would like all Japanese citizens to know about this therapy.

                                      (Excerpt from my book "Introduction to Blood Circulation Therapy")

Difference with massage Part 2

It may not be believed for those who have been brainwashed, but it is also useful for lifestyle-related diseases such as high blood pressure and heart disease, and for medical-related diseases.

 

Because blood circulation therapy involves abdominal surgery, it is also effective for internal diseases such as stomach, intestine, liver, kidney, and pancreas, and for internal diseases such as heart disease and high blood pressure, and there are many cures. Such effects cannot be expected with massage.

 

 

Improving blood circulation lowers blood pressure to an appropriate level! !

Blood pressure rises with age. Why?

 

This is because the blood flow deteriorated for some reason, the body's homeostasis function was activated, and the heart worked hard to send sufficient blood flow to the periphery. Forcibly lowering it with antihypertensive drugs can result in insufficient blood flow, leading to cerebral infarction, dementia or cancer. Recently, dementia and cancer are increasing rapidly. If blood circulation therapy is administered to increase the blood flow of the whole body, the blood pressure naturally becomes an appropriate value. Especially effective is abdominal aortic surgery. When the aorta of the abdomen hardens, blood pressure rises because the vascular wall becomes less elastic. If you agitate the aorta directly, the circulation of the blood vessel wall will be improved, the flexibility will be restored, and the blood pressure will naturally become the proper value.

 

 

 

Hypertension and fundus aneurysm cured!

Mrs. K (64 years old, female) living in Kobe has a stent for myocardial infarction. Blood pressure is 200/100 when measured at the hospital and is much higher than when measured by herself.

She is forced to give her antihypertensive at the hospital. The right common carotid has a 50% stenosis.

 She came to my clinic to escape from antihypertensive drugs early.

She is obese, has poor blood circulation, and has many complaints. The aorta of the stomach was stiff, and the muscles in the posterior neck and dorsal lumbar region were abnormally stiff.

 Because her house is far away, she can visit my clinic only once or twice a month, so I advised her to eat lightly (brown rice, green juice), walk, and get up early. Two months later she lost 3 kg and her blood pressure had dropped.

She was then told that she had a fundus bleeding, had a fundus aneurysm, and had to undergo surgery. So I did eye treatment.

Then, at the hospital examination four months later, the fundus aneurysm was healed

 

Six months later, her blood pressure had returned to normal and she was no longer taking antihypertensive drugs. After three months of follow-up, treatment was terminated because normal values were maintained. (From "Case Study No. 19")

 

 

Great blood flow!

Cardiovascular-effective

Unconsciousness revives! ! Experience dramatic effects

Case 1 Acute heart failure 87 years old Male

  First experience to realize the power of blood circulation therapy. One morning, my teacher fell while praying. When I heard the news and ran, my teacher was lying unconscious in front of the shrine. I immediately took his hand and examined my pulse. His pulse was striking quickly and irregularly (atrial fibrillation). His face was bloodless, his hands were cold, and he shouted at his cheek, but did not respond. I thought I had to try to treat the heart disease learned from my teacher. I tried to press the epigastric region with my teacher on my back.

 

The master's epigastric area was not resistant to surface, but was repeatedly pressed. However, there was no response. I thought this was no good, so I pressed deeper. Then, a weak pulse was felt in a deep place, and this time, pressing was repeated while feeling this pulse feeling (response). Then, after repeating the pressing several times, the expression appeared on the teacher's face. When pressing was repeated further, consciousness returned and he was completely recovered. There were no sequelae.

 After that, a 70-year-old man who had lost his consciousness due to a myocardial infarction attack in front of me was immediately treated to restore consciousness.

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Myocardial infarction is completely cured!

Case 2 Myocardial infarction 57 years old Male

President of Preparatory School for Medical and Dental Medicine

 

 He had a heart attack, was admitted to Sendai City Hospital for three months, and had no surgery because of a bypass.

However, he was not cured but suffered from subjective symptoms such as breathlessness. After thirty treatments, the epigastric region became softer, subjective symptoms disappeared, and the obese body became slim. After three months of follow-up observation, he remained in good shape.

Sudden cardiomyopathy is completely cured!

Case 3 Idiopathic cardiomyopathy 67 years old Male unemployed

 

 He had no subjective symptoms, but was hospitalized for 10 days at Sendai National Hospital, where "spontaneous cardiomyopathy" was discovered. He was a heavy smoker who smoked a hundred cigarettes a day. In modern medicine, heart transplant is the only intractable disease.

 When I palpated his belly, the aorta in his epigastric region became severely stiff, especially at the bifurcation of the renal artery. One treatment took an hour and a half.After treatment up to 40 times daily, the aorta softened and the resistance in the deepest epigastric region, which appeared last, also softened. Then he was treated once a week. After 61 treatments (sixth month) he was in good physical condition and ended the treatment.

His weight has dropped 5.5 kg from being obese.Six months later, he was examined at a national hospital and confirmed that he was getting better.

Difference with massage Part 3

Suitable for inflammatory and febrile diseases such as sprain and rheumatism

Since it is a soft procedure, it can be operated immediately even in the acute inflammatory phase such as bruises, sprains, and rheumatoid arthritis, and it has immediate effect. Even if there is a slight fever in the 37 degree range, it is a soft procedure, so it can be used for whole body treatment and has an antipyretic effect.

例えば、There has been a case in which a female high school student who had been repeatedly hospitalized and discharged for an unexplained fever recovered lightly by performing a full body surgery.

Massage is contraindicated in inflammatory diseases and acute phases. Massage indications are all about functional recovery combined with rehabilitation of chronic musculoskeletal disorders.

Complete cure if rheumatoid arthritis is treated early

Treatment

 Treat the affected area (mainly the joints of the hands, feet, etc.) with symptoms, and perform systemic treatment including abdominal treatment. It is completely cured if treated early after onset. During the inflammatory phase, the pain in the affected area is severe, so it should be treated with extreme caution to prevent overstimulation. Pain can be removed immediately if treated well. Be aware that overstimulation can exacerbate inflammation. Severely ill patients are treated every day, and if they improve, treatment intervals will be increased. Those who have become chronic will only need to continue treatment with patience. It is difficult to completely cure a joint that has become deformed or contracted, but it can stop the disease, relieve pain and improve symptoms. The longer you take steroids, antirheumatic drugs and anti-inflammatory analgesics, the worse the cure.

 

Case 1-60 years old-female housewife

 She went to the hospital when her soles hurt and she was diagnosed with rheumatism after a blood test. Pain also appeared in both fingers, wrists, shoulder joints, and knee joints. She took the medicine from the hospital, but her pain did not go away, her stomach became sick, and her liver function deteriorated, so she had to change her medicine (taking steroids).

 

When I focused on the symptomatic area, the pain was reduced.She could only go to my clinic a few times a month, as her house was remote and working. However, it was only 4 months after the onset, so her symptoms improved after 10 treatments (9th month).

She reported to my clinic six months later that she was "well".

 

Two years later, her daughter came to my clinic and reported that her mother had improved. This is a case that improved early because of treatment early after onset.

 

Case 2 41-year-old female housewife

It's been nine years since she became rheumatism.

She was barely able to walk on her own using a cane, but was unable to get up on her own when sitting.

She couldn't go to the bathroom alone.

She could not use chopsticks. So with help, her sister came from Tokyo to Sendai, where my clinic was at the time.

She stayed at a hotel near my clinic and I went to that hotel for treatment.

She went to the hospital after her onset and continued on her pharmacotherapy, but her joint symptoms became worse.

She was taking steroids, antirheumatic drugs, antipyretic analgesics, and stomach drugs three times a day.

I focused on the inflammation of the joints of the upper and lower limbs, the skeletal muscle stiffness, the stiffness of the abdomen, etc., and it took me nearly two hours for one treatment with the latest care and careful treatment.

After treatment, her symptoms were alleviated, she was able to sit straight after three treatments, stand up on her own after four treatments, and was able to walk slightly without a cane after five treatments.

A slight fever and pain came out when the medicine was gradually reduced from the tenth time. From the 29th time on, the fever dropped, and even if I felt pain, I had better treat it.

Forty-four times, her sister came back because she could take a bath on her own and was able to wash her hair.

From the 57th time, the distance of walking on their own has increased, and they can now take a walk around the inn.

As the days of mild fever increased, steroids were stopped from the 62nd time.

After 100 treatments, she recovered to a level where she was comfortable with her daily life, and ended her treatment and returned to Tokyo on her own.

Later, she sent a letter saying she was able to return home to her parents' home, Kagoshima, alone.

 

 

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