Conquering Alzheimer’s with permanent needle
Living with Alzheimer’s disease is not a death sentence – revolutionary new methods to fight the disease
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most common neurodegenerative diseases. According to statistics, more than 40% percent of dementia cases are caused by Alzheimer’s disease.
The pathological condition was first described in 1906 by psychiatrist Alois Alzheimer and the disease was named after him.
As a rule, Alzheimer’s disease is most common in people over the age of 65, but in some cases early forms of the disease are diagnosed.
Today, 28 million people live with Alzheimer’s worldwide. Scientists predict that by 2050 the number will rise to over 100 million people.
The disease starts with increasing memory impairment. With memory loss patient feels confused, disoriented, and bewildered.
Gradually he loses orientation in time and place. Accumulated knowledge, experience and skills slip his memory.
Spatial orientation declines as well as recognition of colors, shapes, and faces. Conversation becomes increasingly incomprehensible.
In the late stages of Alzheimer’s patient experiences delusions and hallucinations, inability to recognize even close relatives, loss of independent thinking. His walking becomes shambling, he becomes unable to walk without assistance, in rare cases, he may have seizures.
Nevertheless, is Alzheimer’s a death sentence? No, experience shows that it is not.
German scientist, neurologist, short-term memory specialist, Dr. Ulrich Werth, M.D., has discovered and developed a unique method of Alzheimer’s disease treatment using so-called “Permanent needle”.
Dr. Werth offers an alternative treatment based on ear acupuncture.
Today he plans a new study to research his revolutionary method together with University of Hamburg, German.
The method is based on auriculotherapy. Medical experts know over 330 ear acupoints, some of them were discovered by Dr. Werth.
He has discovered the auricular acupoints that correspond to some part of the brain—the substantia nigra. Stimulation of these acupoints influences this part of the brain and helps to treat Alzheimer’s disease.
To do this, small titanium needles (‘permanent needles’) are implanted under the skin of the ear which is connected with brain through nerve endings.
Continual stimulation of selected acupuncture points results in brain cell regeneration, which was proved by MRI brain scans during medical researches.
As a rule, after implantation a symptomatic relief of Alzheimer’s disease is obtained, which allows to reduce the dose of medication and to stop the progression of the disease.
Implantation process is virtually painless, it feels like intramuscular injection.
Wound healing process takes 2-3 days. Positive effect after implantation may not occur immediately, it depends on the disease stage and clinical picture, sometimes it may be noticed in two-three weeks or a month.
Experience shows, that when we use permanent needle method, Alzheimer’s treatment results become visible in a shorter time than Parkinson’s disease treatment results.
However, all patients experienced a significant reduction in symptoms. Improvement in attention and awareness are particularly impressive.
Patients once again find interest in life and events that happen, their memory renews
Denis Gyalistras (Germany)
Nine years ago, my 84-year-old father was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
Despite medical treatment, the disease went to a severe stage.
When I’ve heard about Dr. Ulrich Werth permanent needle method, I immediately contacted him in order to help my father.
Permanent needles were implanted in both ears of my father. When he left the therapy room in about 20 minutes, I was a bit confused because I saw how my father’s eyes had changed – they became alive and perceptive.
This observation was confirmed during this and the next day.
24 hours after the therapy, he was tested for Alzheimer’s disease and scored 6 points out of 10. He was even able to draw a clock with its hand.
His cognitive abilities, motor skills, and sense of orientation are returning gradually.
He can think, communicate with his loved ones, and report his needs again. Daily progress is evident.
After the therapy his pronunciation sounds clear and voice becomes steady.
Two days later, he spoke in complete and correctly constructed sentences.
In general, my father is showing considerable progress within a week after the therapy. Our family is infinitely grateful to Dr. Ulrich Werth.
Peter Kaess, 75 years old (Switzerland)
In 2014, I did magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and my family doctor confirmed my diagnosis: I had Alzheimer’s disease.
This result did not surprise me, since the symptoms of the disease have been increasing for several years in a row.
After watching the movie “Alzheimer’s Disease”, where Dr. Ulrich Werth talked about his invention of permanent needles and his sensational success we decided to visit the Center for Neuro-Regenerative Medicine of Dr. Werth.
And in the evening after the implantation of the permanent needles I became a new person. I knew who I was and where I was again. Strange symptoms and fatigue disappeared. I noticed the difference between past and present quite distinctly.
Earlier, elementary questions about the date, day of the week or year made me jerk nervously or I squeezed a ridiculous smile.
Now I feel time and adequately assess any situation. I make my own decisions. My articulation became good again. .
We are infinitely grateful to Dr. Werth, who works miracles. All hopes, predictions, and promises were fully realized!
We are completely pleased with the success achieved and look forward to further progress with great interest.
The Center for Neuro-Regenerative medicine accepts patients from all over the world.
Since 2001, “permanent needles” were implanted to more than 5,500 patients with not only neurodegenerative diseases, but also with multiple sclerosis, senile dementia, restless legs syndrome, and other chronic problems.