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Lyme Mexico Clinic

Bladder pain or dysfunction and Bartonella Henselae are often commonly associated. This is in part due to the fact that Bartonella’s proliferation in the small blood vessels and capillaries that irrigate the tissues can produce ulcerations and hyperkeratosis –– ultimately damaging the surrounding tissue, thickening its layers and affecting areas like the nipples, areola, soles of the foot and urinary tract. It has also been demonstrated that Bartonella can cause distal axonal neuropathy and consequently muscular atrophy along with polyneuropathy. In some cases, the axonal damage is localized directly in the bladder, causing prolonged stubborn neuropathic pain and affecting the patient’s quality of life.

Studies have shown that the use of steroids does not provide a resolution for this issue. We have put together a number of alternatives that have shown success by combining the elimination of death cells from the stratum corneum, along with stimulation to the affected nerves in order to revert the damage. It is crucial to stop the infection in order for these techniques to produce their maximum effect.

We often can detect Bartonella by looking at some of its main characteristics: pink stretch marks; purple or red small dots distributed around the body; Livedo Reticularis and Raynaud’s phenomenon.
Here is a helpful article as well to learn more about this issue: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17401716

#lymedisease #lymemexico #dromarmorales #bartonella #bladderdysfunction #intercystialcystitis
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Bladder pain or dysfunction and Bartonella Henselae are often commonly associated.  This is in part due to the fact that Bartonella’s proliferation in the small blood vessels and capillaries that irrigate the tissues can produce ulcerations and hyperkeratosis –– ultimately damaging the surrounding tissue, thickening its layers and affecting areas like the nipples, areola, soles of the foot and urinary tract. It has also been demonstrated that Bartonella can cause distal axonal neuropathy and consequently muscular atrophy along with polyneuropathy. In some cases, the axonal damage is localized directly in the bladder, causing prolonged stubborn neuropathic pain and affecting the patient’s quality of life.  Studies have shown that the use of steroids does not provide a resolution for this issue. We have put together a number of alternatives that have shown success by combining the elimination of death cells from the stratum corneum, along with stimulation to the affected nerves in order to revert the damage.  It is crucial to stop the infection in order for these techniques to produce their maximum effect.  We often can detect Bartonella by looking at some of its main characteristics: pink stretch marks;  purple or red small dots distributed around the body;  Livedo Reticularis and Raynaud’s phenomenon. 
Here is a helpful article as well to learn more about this issue:  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17401716  #lymedisease #lymemexico #dromarmorales #bartonella #bladderdysfunction #intercystialcystitis

 

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What about Bartonella seizures? Do you see this a lot?

Hmmm

Debra Farrell

Minelly Montoya, por eso

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3 months ago

Lyme Mexico Clinic

Please check out this great article at lymedisease.org to learn more about Dr. Morales and the treatment protocols he implements to help patients! #lymedisease #lymemexico #lymetreatments #dromarmorales #lymediseaseorg ... See MoreSee Less

Please check out this great article at lymedisease.org to learn more about Dr. Morales and the treatment protocols he implements to help patients! #lymedisease #lymemexico #lymetreatments #dromarmorales #lymediseaseorg

 

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He is my doctor CateTurnsted.. i told you to go see him for the bloodwork. MONICA CAN makr appt for you when you are here..

Lucy Embree

Saving for and almost there! While coordinating airfare now for my second a plasmapheresis and Heel German IV treatment! #Maintenance #Healing #StayHealthy✨🎄❄️💕💕💚💚💚💚 Lyme Remission Lyme Mexico Clinic

We are looking at the St George Clinic in Germany as they use Hyperthermia. Do you use Hyperthermia? What other healing modalities do you offer? What is your current success rate percentage for full remission and complete recovery? Muchas Gracias

Great for my good friend. Dr Omar Morales.

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What's the minimum cost?

felicitaciones

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3 months ago

Lyme Mexico Clinic

Medical/therapeutic water high in hydrogen is proving to be increasingly beneficial for doctors and patients who are battling with chronic diseases. Studies have confirmed that consumption of hydrogen reduces oxidative stress in a wide range of disorders and organ systems including the digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. There are hundreds of scientific publications that show molecular hydrogen to be therapeutic. Even NASA is researching hydrogen water to protect their astronauts from radiation during space travel.

In the article below, you can read about the effects of molecular hydrogen in chronic arthritis resulting in a downstream of pro-inflammatory cytokines, which are located at the center of the problem and ultimately reducing oxidative stress significantly.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3788323/ #lymemexico #dromarmorales #hydrogenwater #lymetreatments #hydrogen
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Medical/therapeutic water high in hydrogen is proving to be increasingly beneficial for doctors and patients who are battling with chronic diseases. Studies have confirmed that consumption of hydrogen reduces oxidative stress in a wide range of disorders and organ systems including the digestive, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. There are hundreds of scientific publications that show molecular hydrogen to be therapeutic. Even NASA is researching hydrogen water to protect their astronauts from radiation during space travel.  In the article below, you can read about the effects of molecular hydrogen in chronic arthritis resulting in a downstream of pro-inflammatory cytokines, which are located at the center of the problem and ultimately reducing  oxidative stress significantly.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3788323/ #lymemexico #dromarmorales #hydrogenwater #lymetreatments #hydrogen

 

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Lucía Ramírez Martínez

Yep that’s what my water is Hydrogen Rich water, you bet. Grateful I have a machine that produces it

Erendira Farga

Sop how do we get this ??

Martha Ogarrio Tere Gimenez Ruth Estrada Adriana Lamadrid

Love it!!

Interesting!

Amazing! #newinterventions #Healing 💕💕👍🏼

Kim Stecklein-Halsted

Y en dónde hay ?

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3 months ago

Lyme Mexico Clinic

Dr. Morales gives a lecture on Dendritic Cell Vaccine therapy for Lyme disease and Whole Body Hyperthermia at this year’s anual ILADS (International Lyme Associated Diseases Society) conference. Dr. Morales explains that sometimes Lyme is not the main problem — autoimmunity is and this occurs inside the brain as well. Dendritic Cell Therapy has proven to have immune modulatory effects and increase the production of IgG immunoglobulin in Lyme disease as well as being reported by studies that the higher number of Dendritic Cells in a Borrelia patient, the higher chance of being asymptomatic. #dromarmorales #lymemexico #lymetreatment #dendriticcell #ilads #ilads2018 ... See MoreSee Less

Dr. Morales gives a lecture on Dendritic Cell Vaccine therapy for Lyme disease and Whole Body Hyperthermia at this year’s anual ILADS (International Lyme Associated Diseases Society) conference. Dr. Morales explains that sometimes Lyme is not the main problem — autoimmunity is and this occurs inside the brain as well. Dendritic Cell Therapy has proven to have immune modulatory effects and increase the production of IgG immunoglobulin in Lyme disease as well as being reported by studies that the higher number of Dendritic Cells in a Borrelia patient, the higher chance of being asymptomatic. #dromarmorales #lymemexico #lymetreatment #dendriticcell #ilads #ilads2018

 

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Matthias Lacoste Sylvie Noisette Aspie Lymie

felicitaciones de Omar un fuerte abrazo y pa delante siempre

Doctor todo ese tema es tan interesante !!!

Me hice una pregunta sobre la hipertermia con estimulación de células Dendriticas. Si la borrelia muere en masa después ¿cómo pueden resolver el problema de todas estas toxinas que llegan en cantidades muy grandes después de la muerte de estas bacterias? ¿No existe el riesgo de un gran shock anafiláctico difícil de manejar? ¿Incluso con diálisis, no veo cómo limpiar estas bacterias muertas en los tejidos? (dentro de las células para algunos) ¿Tal vez repitiendo el procedimiento varias veces con límites de dosis? MEGA HERX para gestionar en perspectiva ...

Master

Is hyperthermia up and running at Lymexico?

Looks good!

Qué es eso????

Trent Goodfellow interesting

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El mejor Médico !

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4 months ago

Lyme Mexico Clinic

Take a look at our recent addition to our Hyperthermia devices. This one of a kind machine, the only of its type in all America, is capable of achieving up to 43° C. Dr. Morales of Lyme Mexico Clinic welcomed good friends from Germany this past week — Dr. Gerrit (expert and mathematician) and Dr. Von Ardenne (renowned German physicist whose father invented an array of medical devices mostly for hyperthermia use and was also known for being a student of the great Max Planck).

Data on extreme hyperthermia shows that combined with the right IV antibiotics, certain borrelia species can be eradicated. The specifics of which are described in the article below. This, however, has not demonstrated to be “the cure for Lyme disease” due to the fact that there are hundreds of strains of different borrelia, and some are less sensitive to temperature elevation. It is also important to know that some borrelia species are highly mutated and can undergo specific changes in their anatomy that make them unimpaired to these therapies.

This is why we integrate therapies that combat several forms and strains of borrelia supported by evidence material, such as this one, always putting science first and following unbiased research. Study: Data demonstrates that the growth of the strains PKO and ATCC 35210 (B31) were impaired at temperatures of 37 degrees C and inhibited at 39 degrees C and 40 degrees C, respectively. Strain ATCC 35211, however, grew well up to 39 degrees C, but did not multiply at 40 degrees C. A bactericidal effect was seen at 41 degrees C for the strains B31 and PKO and at 42 degrees C for all strains. The susceptibility of all strains to Penicillin and Ceftriaxone was increased up to 16-fold by an elevation of temperature from 36 degrees C to 38 degrees C. This in vitro data suggests that elevated body temperature may be beneficial during antimicrobial treatment of Lyme disease. This may be particularly important in tissues where high concentrations of antibiotics are difficult to achieve.

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/8792482/

#lymedisease #lymexico #dromarmorales #lymediseasetreatments #hyperthermia #germany
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Take a look at our recent addition to our Hyperthermia devices. This one of a kind machine, the only of its type in all America, is capable of achieving up to 43° C.  Dr. Morales of Lyme Mexico Clinic welcomed good friends from Germany this past week — Dr. Gerrit (expert and mathematician) and Dr. Von Ardenne (renowned German physicist whose father invented an array of medical devices mostly for hyperthermia use and was also known for being a student of the great Max Planck).  Data on extreme hyperthermia shows that combined with the right IV antibiotics, certain borrelia species can be eradicated. The specifics of which are described in the article below. This, however, has not demonstrated to be “the cure for Lyme disease” due to the fact that there are hundreds of strains of different borrelia, and some are less sensitive to temperature elevation. It is also important to know that some borrelia species are highly mutated and can undergo specific changes in their anatomy that make them unimpaired to these therapies.  This is why we integrate therapies that combat several forms and strains of borrelia supported by evidence material, such as this one, always putting science first and following unbiased research.  Study: Data demonstrates that the growth of the strains PKO and ATCC 35210 (B31) were impaired at temperatures of 37 degrees C and inhibited at 39 degrees C and 40 degrees C, respectively. Strain ATCC 35211, however, grew well up to 39 degrees C, but did not multiply at 40 degrees C. A bactericidal effect was seen at 41 degrees C for the strains B31 and PKO and at 42 degrees C for all strains. The susceptibility of all strains to Penicillin and Ceftriaxone was increased up to 16-fold by an elevation of temperature from 36 degrees C to 38 degrees C. This in vitro data suggests that elevated body temperature may be beneficial during antimicrobial treatment of Lyme disease. This may be particularly important in tissues where high concentrations of antibiotics are difficult to achieve.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/8792482/  #lymedisease #lymexico #dromarmorales #lymediseasetreatments #hyperthermia #germany

 

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Good work its been one of the only things to kill in my deep connective tissue and cartliadge my australian dr runs hyperthermia in qld australia sadly i need other treatments plasma ozone As cant do anymore heat alone But he beleives ill need it again It sure has its benefits Seems you have all treatments covered now

This is fantastic news..

Felicidades! 🙌

Alice Gu

Does the patient get sedated for this hyperthermia treatment? How long does it take? Also, how is the brain protected when the temp in the body is raised so extremely?

I have nearly every symptom of Lyme, hiw do I set up a review?

Hmmm..

Greg Dring interesting ...

Sofia Jimenez

Alberto Tablón

Stephan Lavergne

Felicidades Omar,,no paras my friend y eso te hace único...Duro!!!

Donde se ubican inf graciad

Waiting to discover... cures to heal

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