(PRWEB) July 17, 2013
Minutes after Dr. Tobinick administered a perispinal injection of Enbrel to Anna Alfaro, she began to recover according to her husband Dr. Rene Alfaro, an ophthalmologist from Mexico. "It's magic" he said of his wife's recovery after a single dose that almost instantly restored much of her movement and cognition more than a year after an aneurysm and subsequent stroke incapacitated her left side. “Within minutes of receiving the injection on Monday, Anna Alfaro walked without a cane, got up from a chair more easily and regained sensation in her left arm. Hours later, with some of her left eye vision returned, she could see the phone clearly enough to dial a number for the first time since her illness.”
Another patient treated with perispinally injected Enbrel, a 59 year old Florida resident was described by his daughter Jennifer Cody as having "renewed independence" 18 years after his stroke. “Within five minutes, he was saying how clear his head was,” Cody said. “It had always been so cloudy. “Now her father talks without slowed speech, he’s confident enough to drive on the highway, he can roll down the window in his car, and he no longer drags his left leg behind him. “He does one-legged squats now,” Cody said, with a laugh. “For them to be able to do something like that for someone who had a stroke (so many) years ago, it’s incredible. I’m telling everyone I know. Rarely do we see such a radical breakthrough in medical treatment as this for stroke."
"These results represent a sea change in the therapeutic possibilities for stroke and TBI patients. Our team observed first hand, rapid clinical improvement in stroke patients following this brief office treatment," said Dr. Steve Ralph, professor at Griffith University School of Medical Science in Austrailia.
"Dr. Ralph visited Neurological Wellness Center in Managua, Nicaragua in 2012 where he learned to perform perispinal injections," said Dr. Augusto Ramirez M.D. of Neurological Wellness Center. Neurological Wellness Center physicians began teaching perispinal injection technique for the drug Enbrel in 2010. Since then physicians, nurses and caregivers from every continent have visited the center. "We have amassed a trove of anecdotal reports confirming the efficacy of perispinally injected Enbrel for the treatment of stroke, TBI and Alzheimer's disease," said Dr. Ramirez.
For injections of Enbrel to be effective, they must be administered to the soft fatty tissue in the back of the neck between cervical vertebrae C-5 and C-6. This simple subcutaneous injection, performed with a fine gauge ½ inch needle, is referred to as a perispinal injection. Neurological Wellness Center offers a complete two-hour course on Alzheimer's treatment, stroke treatment and traumatic brain injury treatment covering all aspects of perispinal injection technique at their center in Managua Nicaragua.
For many, flying to Neurological Wellness Center in Managua Nicaragua to receive this personalized training is an enormous expense and inconvenience. To overcome this problem, Neurological Wellness Center, under the direction of Augusto Ramirez, M.D., created Perispinal Enbrel Step-By-Step Instructional Video and accompanying e-book. This 24-minute video and 37-page e-book are now available online at: neurological-recovery-guide.com.
Augusto Ramirez, M.D., Director of Neurological Wellness Center, a private medical group in Managua Nicaragua, authorized this press release.
Neurological Wellness Center’s perispinal Enbrel is profoundly effective as an Alzheimer's treatment with ourAlzheimer's clinical trial, stroke treatment with our stroke clinical trial and as a TBI treatment. The complete treatment recommendation: for stroke is one 25mg injection of Enbrel every four days for a total of four doses over 16 days; for TBI is one 25mg injection of Enbrel every four days for a total of eight doses. This compares with Amgen/Pfizer’s FDA-approved dose schedule for moderate plaque psoriasis of 50mg twice weekly for three months followed by 50mg weekly for life. The Neurological Wellness Center’s maximum recommended dose for Alzheimer’s disease is 25mg/week for life.
The drug Enbrel is available now. Enbrel received FDA approval in 1998. Its safety profile is well understood. For Enbrel to effectively treat Alzheimer’s, stroke and TBI, it must be administered to the back of the neck. This simple subcutaneous perispinal injection allows Enbrel to enter the brain by lymph drainage assisted by gravity. Fortunately for the millions of people now afflicted with Alzheimer’s, stroke and TBI, a video is now available online detailing in step-by-step fashion how to administer a perispinal injection of Enbrel,” said Dr. Rolando Rodrigues.
To enroll in a hands-on instructional course on perispinal injections visit: reversealzheimersnow.com.
To purchase an instructional video and e-book on administering perispinal injections, visit http://www.neurological-recovery-guide.com.
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