Alzheimer's Disease


Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease

Let’s start with Parkinson’s disease, also known as “Shaking Palsy.” This disease is caused by the progressive destruction and death of neurons that produce dopamine, a crucial neuromodulator. A deficiency in dopamine leads to the following symptoms:

Muscle rigidity


Postural instability

The causes of Parkinson’s disease include viral or microbial infections, herbicides in food, pesticides, heavy metals, other toxic substances, and medications that cause extrapyramidal side effects.

Now, let’s discuss Alzheimer’s disease. This condition arises from the degeneration of nerve tissues. The symptoms initially include a loss of short-term memory, gradually affecting long-term memory as well. There are numerous theories regarding the origin of Alzheimer’s disease, with a prevailing belief that it results from an infection. Certain bacteria from chronic diseases, such as sinusitis, rhinitis, and periodontitis, release beta-amyloids. The presence of amyloid plaques in the brain is a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease.

Treatment of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Diseases

Given that infection is a potential cause, eliminating the root cause is essential. The treatment approach includes:

Complete eradication of all manifestations of infection.

Comprehensive sanitation of all chronic infection sites.

Full detoxification and ozone eradication of all types of infections.

Additional detoxification using ozone and blood filtration with “Herrmann-Ten-Pass” devices.

Intravenous laser irradiation for further cleaning.

Special ultraviolet irradiation.

Hydrocolonic therapy for complete detoxification, followed by tests to verify effectiveness.

Rehabilitation begins with transcranial magnetic brain stimulation to improve brain function. The “Magneto” device provides total magnetotherapy, aiding numerous serious diseases. Concurrently, we incorporate physiotherapy and massage, followed by therapeutic exercise according to specific protocols.

Rehabilitation after Multiple Injuries and Diseases

Our center’s rehabilitation department, offers numerous advantages. Highly qualified physiotherapists follow her instructions rigorously. The department is equipped with the most modern equipment:


Mechanical devices providing accurate patient condition information, aiding specialists in planning treatment tactics more effectively.

Physiotherapy Department: Equipped with twenty-five beds and the latest equipment, including various lasers, magnets, electrostimulators, ultrasound equipment, and diathermy.

Special Physiotherapy Department: Features electronic sensory gloves connected to computers and electronic stimulators for correcting leg movements, forming new brain centers responsible for limb movements.

Neurology Devices: Includes transcranial magnetic stimulation, electrosleep, devices for improving cerebral circulation, and brain unloading devices.

Large Equipment: Such as the ozone sauna.

General Therapeutic Equipment: Includes apparatus for ultraviolet blood irradiation, green lasers, and special lymphatic drainage devices like Icoone.

Sports Rehabilitation Hall: Equipped with the latest equipment for therapeutic exercise, catering to all patient categories (injuries, cerebral circulation disorders, post-infection conditions).

Our entire rehabilitation center is well-equipped for paralyzed patients, featuring special toilets, wide corridors, and ramps where needed, along with a large parking lot for 30 cars. This setup allows home-based patients to visit for treatment several times a week.