1st-year high school girl
She suddenly became feverish from the third grade of elementary school and the symptoms continued.
She was admitted to hospital and underwent tests, but there were no abnormalities other than a decrease in white blood cells, and the cause of her fever remained unknown.
She was again hospitalized because of fever even discharged after receiving antipyretic medication.
She was absent from her junior high school for 2 out of every 3 school days.
She managed to graduate and was able to enter high school, but from the day of her entrance ceremony she had a fever of 38 degrees and was hospitalized again.
She was discharged from the hospital in May with antipyretics, but in June her fever rose to 39 degrees and she was left to recuperate at home.
She was always sluggish and had no appetite, so she drank only tomato juice.
She was thin and her weight fell from 45kg to 35kg.
Her neck and axillary lymph and parotid glands were also swollen.
On palpation of her abdomen there was stiffening of the aorta and painful resistance in the liver.
After lightly treating her whole body, her epigastrium became painful that night and her fever rose to 39°, but the next morning the fever dropped to 36.8°.
She felt better and could even take a bath.
After that, treatments continued, and her stomach became soft, and she returned normal body temperature.
She was treated daily up to 6 times, and then treated twice a week, twice a month, and once a month intervals until December while her condition improved.
When I visited her home in April of the following year, her stomach was in good condition, her appetite was strong, and her weight returned to 45kg.
Her complexion was also good, and the fever did not return.
She used to catch colds easily, but if someone in her family caught a cold, she would not.
Finally, she successfully graduated from high school.
Case 1 Gastric cancer in a 59 years old teacher
This was my first cancer patient.
A medical checkup at work found an abnormality, and as a result of a cytological examination he was recommended to be hospitalized immediately. However, he did not go to the designated hospital but came to my teacher for treatment.
His chief complaint was that he could not eat at all.
Since my teacher had already retired, he told me to treat him instead.
Palpation of the patient's abdomen revealed a very hard stiff, clenched fist in the stomach.
Just at the intersection of the abdominal aorta and it was beating very hard.
It was difficult because even if I pushed quite hard, my finger would bounce back.
“If you treat him every day, it will soften in a month.”
I was told by my teacher. So I decided to treat him.
It took about an hour to treat the affected part of the cancer, and about 40 minutes to treat the whole body other than the abdomen, and finally the cancer softened “a little”. However, the hardness would return the following day.
The condition was the same even after one week, so I consulted with my teacher, and he said, "If the carcinoma doesn't soften with each treatment, it's useless. Try treating twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening."
After treating him twice a day, it gradually became softer and the hardness did not return.
After a week, it became very soft, so I returned to one treatment a day.
As the cancer softened, his subjective symptoms improved, appetite increased, and he was able to digest as much food as before.
After the first month, the cancer could be manipulated without resistance, but the aortic intersection remained a little stiff, so I continued treatment.
During the second month (61st treatment) he had normal tenderness and a normal appetite as before.
Ten months later, he was tested by the Cancer Society and confirmed to be a cured.
He is still in fine condition.
72 year old woman with rectal cancer
She had a weak stomach and diarrhea since childhood.
She always needed to defecate immediately after eating, three to five times a day and in small quantities.
She likes bread and other western foods for breakfast and often eats out.
One day, her diarrhea did not stop and included cold-like symptoms, so she visited a nearby Internal medicine clinic and had a test of the blood in her stool.
She was then referred to a Medical Clinic for a detailed examination.
Her son had visited my clinic while undergoing dialysis, so I was consulted and recommended she receive my treatment before surgery.
I instructed her to eat Japanese style meals.
She was treated daily for the first three months.
Her stool became thicker and healthier, so I treated her twice a week for six months.
The number of bowel movements was reduced to two or three times a day.
After that, she continued my treatment about once or twice a week, and the Sendai City Hospital confirmed that the rectal cancer had been cured .("Case Study / First Issue" Case 1)
Abnormalities were found during a biopsy of her uterine cancer, and atypical cells were found as a result of cytology.
She visited my clinic with her friend and was treated seventeen times during the first three months.
After being examined by the Cancer Society, she was followed up every six months (Class 3a).
The patient continued treatment once a week, and three months later, she was examined by the Cancer Society confirming that her cancer was gone.
(Case study No. 2) Abdominal induration observation 1)
15 year old High school boy with atopic dermatitis
He was always itchy and unconsciously scratched himself during sleep, and was covered in blood every morning.
He always practiced hard in the tennis club and had muscle pains from over exercise. When he was hungry, he usually ate instant noodles and Junk Food.
On his first visit, he’d caught a cold and had a fever, sore throat and muscular pain.
His symptoms were reduced with my first treatment and I also provided dietary guidance.
After that, he visited my clinic about one to three times a month.
His eczema was reduced from the 5th time, and atopic symptoms improved from the 7th time and did not recur.
In his case he did not use steroids or other drugs, so the effect was rapidly. (Case Study No. 9 Case 8)
Case 5 58-year-old self-employed woman
When she opened her mouth to brush her teeth, her jaw was painful.
She was introduced to Kyoto University Hospital’s Oral Surgery from a dental clinic, and had been treated for a year and a half with pain relievers and steroids. She couldn't chew well and was forced to consume a liquid diet.
Eventually, she had to close her boutique.
It was decided that she needed surgery, and at the time of signing the consent form of the operation, she was told that sequelae might remain and she would never be completely cured. So she decided against surgery. A therapist who she knew for a long time introduced me because he was my apprentice.
With one treatment, the pain in her jaw was reduced, and she could open her mouth for the first time in a year and a half and could even brush her teeth.
I treated her every day up to ten times and she could chew vegetables.
Her jaw pain could finally be tolerated.
I also treated her intercostal neuralgia and stomach pain, which had plagued her for some time and it also improved.
From the first month, she came to my clinic once a week.
By the nineteenth treatment, she could chew lightly and eat solid food.
Her facial tics and paralysis disappeared.
After Twenty-three treatments, she could talk freely.
Her boutique resumed by the sixth month.
Her other complaints (headache, back pain, poor vision, hip pain, knee pain, arrhythmia, hemorrhoids, etc.) also improved, and I treated her two or three times a month she and completely recovered by the tenth month. ("Case Study No. 8" Case 2)
Case 6 40 year old female company employee
About ten years ago when she was practicing classical ballet at Takarazuka Music School, she had trouble lifting her legs. Recently, After sitting on the toilet, she couldn't stand up immediately because of the pain in her hip joint and she also felt weakness in her lower back. Her mother had to undergo surgery for osteoarthritis of the hip, and since she had the same symptoms as her mother, she became worried and had herselfe examined at the same hospital.
She was diagnosed with "acetabular dysplasia."
She visited a nearby osteopathic clinic for a year and received acupuncture and shiatsu treatment, and her symptoms improved.
However, her symptoms appeared again, so she visited my clinic. On examination, there was pain in the left and right hip joints during flexion and extension, and there was limitation in her range of motion.
Stiffness had built up not only around the hip joint but also in the lower back, knee joints and anterior tibia. The day after the first treatment, she regained flexibility from her lower back to her hip. Pain during flexion and extension disappeared after two treatments. After three treatments, the usual symptoms disappeared.
After that, there was no recurrence of symptoms, and all the areas of stiffness were gone after six treatments.
The patient previously had cold sensitivity and was obese.
("Case Study No. 8" Case 9)
Case 7 16 year old high school girl
Two areas of her left chest began to hurt, which progressively worsened, and eventually became severely painful and intolerable.
She visited a nearby City Hospital which found no abnormalities in chest x-rays and electrocardiograms. Blood tests showed a slight increase in white blood cell count, so she was diagnosed with "costochondritis".
An orthopedic examination revealed no abnormalities in the ribs.
She used suppositories, but those too
became painful when the painkillers were no longer effective. She went to a nearby Osteopathic Clinic but saw no relief.
Through her grandmother's referral, she came to my clinic, although she lived far away.
So I loosened these indurations and the pain was relieved.
Thereafter, the pain disappeared and did not recur. ("Case Study No. 9" Case 5)
The patient was diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis when the patient was in the fifth grade of elementary school and wore a corset for five years.
It is speculated that the compression of the corset impeded blood flow and caused the stiffness.
Case 8 64 year old college professor
Five months before he came to my clinic, he was unable to raise his arm and write on the blackboard.
He received a consultation at the Orthopedic Surgery of the City Hospital, and was diagnosed with a "frozen shoulder" after an X-ray.
He went to the hospital, but he didn't get better, so he came to my clinic on the introduction of an acquaintance.
Symptoms were pain in the shoulder joint, numbness at night, and limited range of motion (80 degrees flexion, 70 degrees abduction).
One treatment reduced symptoms.
The patient was treated six times in the first month, the pain in the morning was reduced, and his flexion reached 85 degrees.
In the second month, the patient was treated four times and the stiffness softened and the pain disappeared.
By the eleventh time, the flexion limit improved until left and right became the same, and the treatments were terminated.
Nine months later I met him by chance at the bus stop in front of my clinic, and he happily reported that he was "healed."
The patient had almost never done any physical activity.
("Case Study No. 8" Case 8）
Case 10 84 years old, male, unemployed
He has hypertension, arrhythmia
He visited a nearby M hospital and was continuously receiving medical treatment.
He was coming to my clinic once a month for stiff shoulders, back pain and lower limb pain.He has hypertension, arrhythmia,he visited a nearby M hospital and was continuously receiving medical treatment.
In the summer, the symptoms of dizziness became severe, and he was hospitalized at M Hospital for examination to find the cause, but there was no abnormality in the brain and the cause was unknown.
He was hospitalized and received an infusion for three weeks, but was discharged from the hospital because his vertigo did not improve and was returned to my clinic.
When he lay down on the treatment bed, his vertigo was so bad and hard.
There was a light stiffness on the temporal side, and a systemic treatment was given with emphasis on relaxing it.
Symptoms diminished with each treatment, and dizziness did not occur after six treatments.
Two months later, he could walk without recurrence and his arrhythmia disappeared. ("Case Study No. 8" Case 4)
It was presumed that this year was a very hot summer, and he did not take a walk outside. Instead, he spent every day in an air-conditioned room, cooling his body and deteriorating his autonomic nervous system, resulting in peripheral circulation disorders.
Other diseases and complaints that have been effective with blood circulation therapy
Chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer, liver disease, kidney disease, heart disease (angina, idiopathic cardiomyopathy, etc.), colon polyps, thrombocytopenic purpura, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, cystitis, chills, gynecological diseases (Uterine fibroids, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, infertility, menstrual cramps), menopause, Basedow's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, collagen disease, breast cancer.
Locomotor disorders, complaints
Temporomandibular disorders, headache (migraine, muscle tonic headache), peripheral facial nerve palsy, trigeminal neuralgia, stiff shoulders, whiplash, cervico-shoulder-arm syndrome, tennis elbow, baseball elbow, herniated disc, intercostal neuralgia, tight waist, knee Arthrosis, cramping, sprains, numbness in the limbs.
The above list is effective for many disease complaints.