Post-Stroke Patients

Post-Stroke Condition:

The interruption of cerebral blood flow results in brain cell death due to oxygen and nutrient deprivation. The clinical manifestations of ischemic stroke vary based on the location and extent of the brain lesion. Most patients experience significant disability, and recurrent strokes are common. Symptoms often include unilateral paralysis, and may also involve impairments in speech, hearing, and vision. Therefore, it is critical to restore cerebral blood flow and rehabilitate motor and speech functions to the fullest extent possible. This involves neuroplasticity techniques to train other brain regions to compensate for the damaged areas. Complications After COVID-19:

Nearly four years have passed since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, which continues to affect global health with recurring waves of infection. Some individuals have contracted the virus multiple times, experiencing a range of post-recovery complications:

General Weakness and Fatigue: Often linked to post-COVID alveolitis, which appears on radiological scans as “snowy lung” or Barr’s syndrome, sometimes accompanied by inflamed lymph nodes in the mediastinum and underarms.

Neurological Symptoms: These include tremors, tinnitus, seizures, and sleep disturbances, affecting both the central and peripheral nervous systems.

Thromboses: Predominantly in the veins and arteries of the lower extremities, presenting as pain along the vessels and a sensation of coldness in the affected limb.

At our center, we address these issues through comprehensive treatments:

Blood and Lymphatic Cleansing: Utilizing intravenous ozone therapy, TEN-pass, and the Icoone lymphatic drainage apparatus, we achieve significant improvements by the tenth session, often confirmed by lung X-rays showing the resolution of alveolitis.

Rehabilitation and Thrombosis Prevention: Following the initial treatment, we provide targeted rehabilitation and prescribe specific medications, including aspirin, for those at risk of thrombosis.

COVID-19 remains a severe and deceptive disease. It is essential to take appropriate precautions and care for your health.