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  1. Heart Disease Injury Cancer Electrical Issues Heart Problems

  2. Heart Disease Symptoms of a heart attack: · Discomfort, pressure, heaviness, or pain in the chest, arm, or below the breastbone · Discomfort radiating to the back, jaw, throat, or arm · Fullness, indigestion, or choking feeling (may feel like heartburn) · Sweating, nausea, vomiting, or dizziness · Extreme weakness, anxiety, or shortness of breath · Rapid or irregular heartbeats

  3. Injury • Scientists Induce Heart Stem Cells Repair Damage After a Heart Attack • Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the single leading cause of death. • There are over 1.2 million heart attacks in the United States every year and about 34% will die of it.

  4. Cancer (Brain or Heart) • Location and size of the tumor. • Increased intracranial or Cardio thoracic pressure as the growing tumor affects surrounding structures: • Frequent headaches • Blurry vision • Nausea and/or vomiting • Personality or cognitive changes Speech impairment, weakness or numbness on one side and problems with coordination, balance or mobility.

  5. Heart Rhythm Disorders • Tachycardia (tachy=fast) is a too-rapid heartbeat. • Bradycardia describes a heartbeat that is too slow. • Premature heartbeat occurs when the heart's regular rhythm is interrupted by early or premature beats. • Fibrillation describes a heartbeat that is chaotic, or irregular, and may seem to skip beats or beat out of rhythm. This occurs when a chamber of the heart goes into spasm and fails to pump. • In atrial fibrillation, electrical signals circulate rapidly in the upper chambers of the heart.

  6. Two Types of AFib • Sporatic - Occassional fast beats. One to five occurrances per year. Easy fix – called Ablation. Local hospital can do it. • Persistent – Stays is Afib for weeks and months. Very serious. Best solution is a Thoracoscopic Maze procedure at Ohio State University Hospital, Dr. John Sirak. See www.ohioafib.com 95% cure rate.

  7. Vescell Therapy • Heart stem cell treatment centers: 5 hospitals in Bangkok, Thailand, one in Singapore, China, and Athens, Greece. • Ejection fraction is a test that determines how well your heart pumps with each beat. Normal 50%, less than 30% problem • Dr. Zannos Grekos is the Director of Cardiology and Vascular Diseases/Regenocyte, Bonita Springs, FL. • Dr. Grekos is using Adult Stem Cell Therapy to treat Congestive Heart Failure, Cardiomyopathy, Peripheral Artery Disease, Coronary Artery Disease, Ischemic Heart Disease, Pulmonary Disease, Early Senile Dementia,Macular Degeneration(Eyes), and other conditions.

  8. Tumor Injury Right vs Left Problem Solving Stem Brain Spinal Cord Seizures Brain Problems

  9. Tumor • Gamma Knife Surgery - Archbold in Thomasville • Archbold using daVinci Surgical System for lung cancer August 13, 2011 • Capital Regional uses Tomography (CTA): Views blood vessels throughout the body. Brain, heart, lungs, kidneys, legs or arms.

  10. Right vs Left Brain • Right Brain InventoryLeft Brain Inventory • • Visual, focusing on images Verbal, focusing on words • • Intuitive, led by feelings Analytical, led by logic • • Process ideas simultaneously Process ideas sequentially • • 'Mind photos' used to remember Words used to remember things, • • Make lateral connections Make logical deductions • • First big picture, then the details Focus on details, then the big picture

  11. Right vs. Left • • Organization lacking Highly organized • • Free association Like making lists and planning • • Challenge rules Follow rules without questioning • • No sense of time Good at keeping track of time • • Trouble with spelling Spelling easily memorized • • Enjoy feeling objects Enjoy observing • • Often late, impulsive Plan ahead

  12. Problem Solving • Brain Injury • Right side malfunction • Alcohol Stem Brain • Chronic fatigue syndrome • Impaired brain stem conduction • Ventilatory effects of impaired glial function in brain stem

  13. Spinal Cord • Impaired physical mobility • Impaired Limbs • Impaired spinal cord re-myelination • Impaired Urinary elimination • Impaired spinal cord glutamate transport capacity

  14. Seizures • Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders, affecting up to 1 percent of the population in the U.S. Stick-on wireless patch. Any place on the body.

  15. The Best Doctors • Dr. Crooms TMH Prostate/hemorrhoids • Dr. Ann Carr TMH NeuroSurgeon • Dr. Charles Maitland TMH Neurologist • Dr. Albert Lee TMH Cervical Surgeon • Dr. John Sirak Columbus, Ohio Persistent Afib • Dr. Zannos Grekos Bonita Springs, FL Stem Cell Specialist Heart, Eyes, Brain, & Body

  16. Better Brain Care, LLCDr. Jack Golden & Barry Jones, LCSW • NeuroFeedback Training • Neuronal regulation-low and high arousal • ADHD • Anxiety >>Brain training, pills, TT • Depression >>Brain training, pills, TT • Sleep problems >>Brain training, pills, TT • Chronic pain >>Brain training, pills, TT • Fibromyalgia >>Brain training, pills, TT