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Lost Vision Recovered By Dr. Deoshlok SharmaPatient Suffering from VHL Dieases got treated by RTMS and Homoeopathic medicine
Sonali Naik, 19 years old student's life came crashing in 2007 when he was diagnosed with a rare Genetic Eye Disease known as Von Hippel--Lindau (VHL) disease. The most common tumours found in VHL are central nervous system and retinal hemangioblastomas. Sonali a student of St. Mary's Convent School had suddenly could not able to see and lost her vision on left eye and lost hope and dropped her studies.
One day, when she came from school she was drenched in the rain and could see fleshy things covering her eye. The Parents of Sonali immediately took her to her to a family Doctor but she was advised to go through an eye-check in Rotary Eye Hospital, Cuttack. In Rotary Eye Hospital, conducted several test and found out that Sonali was suffering from a rare Genetic disease Retinal Hemangioblastomas. Sonali had undergone surgery as suggested by Doctors in hope of regaining her vision back. But her vision on left eye was completely lost and after few months, the vision of right eye also started deteriorating her sight and was again advised to undergo surgery but fear of losing sight on right eye too. The parents of Sonali had refrained themselves to undergo surgery again. Until they were recommended by someone to try the magnetic therapy treatment available in Jharsuguda Town. In a short span of undergoing this treatment, she miraculously started to regain the sight. She now can recognize human faces, different vegetables and also able to read mobile messages within a few days of treatment.
'This therapy is quite old, but with the development of modern medical science, we are forgetting it. Everyone known's about gravitational force and how it keeps everything in order. But behind this there is a magnetic force that works,' said Doctor Deoshlok Sharma, involved in disseminating the treatment.
According to an Eye Specialist Doctor, 'VHL disease has an incidence of one in 36,000 births and is a Genetic Disease and its cure is almost incurable.'
According to him, the therapy commonly known as Pulse electromagnetic Field therapy (PEMFT) or pulse magnetic therapy (PMT) based repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a reparative technique, most commonly used in various neurological and psychiatric disorders including migraines, strokes, Parkinson's disease, dystonia, tinnitus and depression.
Homoeopathic medicine used during rtms treatment
Bothrops 30, Sulpher, agrimony , Mimulus, Aspen
You can get documentary proof on youtube.com/deoshlok
deoshlok on 2013-10-14
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This case is Macular degeneration and VHL syndrome and hemangioblastomas on the brain.
dramatically improved and recovered her vison...
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deoshlok on 2013-10-14Hi Deoshlok
Thank you for the information about VHL which I had never read about till today.
Have you treated another rare disease
I have a friend who suffers from this rare disease which is hereditary as other members of the family have also been affected leaving the patient Blind from about 45 years of age.
Joe De Livera on 2013-10-14This thread continues beneath the following ad.my 4 patient of Retnitis pegmentosa is under my observation if I get the result i will inform you But lost vison from gulucoma is already recovered, Diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration is recovered...
thank you for appriciation
Dr. deoshlok Sharma
deoshlok on 2013-10-15
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