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New Reports Confirm Many Coronary Surgeries Are Unnecessary While Thermobalancing Therapy Improves Condition of Heart Muscle Naturally Says Fine Treatment(September 19, 2012)
London, UK (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
Recent reports reveal invasive heart procedures ought to be considered carefully as life threatening complications may follow, while Dr. Allens Device for heart treatment is harmless and is well designed to support blood flow in the coronary arteries improving the condition of the heart muscle, highlights Fine Treatment. Oxford Innovation has interviewed patients who have used the Thermobalancing therapy for different chronic internal diseases. The following video, for instance, discusses the treatment of coronary heart disease after a heart attack: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwI84Hfo7GA.
Recent article When hospital profits clash with patient care: an investigation by Trudy Lieberman of August 17th, 2012 says: Going as far back as 2002 and as recently as 2010, Abelson and Creswell reported, some cardiologists at several HCA hospitals were performing unnecessary proceduresincluding invasive procedures like cardiac catheterization and heart stentingthus driving up costs and increasing profits while putting patients at risk. Cardiac procedures are among the most profitable for hospitals; facilities in the same cities often engage in a medical arms race for patients.
Another article in The New York Times 'Unnecessary Heart Surgery Can Be Dangerous' by Sydney Lupkin, dated August 8th, 2012 explored alarming facts that cardiac procedures might have been performed on patients who didn't need them.
A wiser alternative to expensive surgery and putting life at risk is a new Dr. Allens Device for Heart Treatment, which helps to treat coronary heart disease naturally, states Fine Treatment.
Bear in mind, the leading cause of death in the US is coronary artery disease (CAD), as according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in 2008 over 400,000 people died from CAD in the US. Sometime invasive heart procedures can be lifesaving and worth the risk for certain patients but it has to be considered carefully. In many cases new Thermobalancing therapy can be used for the treatment of coronary heart disease successfully.
It's a known fact that bypass surgery and angioplasty have never shown to prolong life or prevent heart attacks. For instance, American patients are seven times more likely to undergo coronary angioplasty and bypass surgery than patients in Canada and Sweden, while the number of Canadians and Swedes who die from cardiovascular disease is nearly identical (per capita) to the number of people who die from heart disease in this country, as shown in the book titled The Great American Heart Hoax.
The Thermobalancing therapy is a harmless coronary artery treatment before and after a heart attack, says Dr. Simon Allen. Dr. Allens Device for Heart Treatment improves blood circulation in the heart at the capillary level strengthening cardiac muscle, helping the users to avoid risky invasive heart procedures.
You can read more about Allen's Device for Heart Treatment at http://www.finetreatment.co.uk/coronaryheartdisease/hearttreatment.html.
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardiovascular field, and he has treated patients after a heart attack with coronary heart disease, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr Allens devices for coronary heart disease, chronic prostatitis (CPPS) and BPH treatment, to dissolve kidney stones, for upper and lower back pain relief and sciatica treatment.
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