Prostate Cancer

Healing Prostate Cancer

Prostatitis is a condition caused when the prostate gland becomes infected or inflamed. In Western medicine, these conditions are treated with powerful antibiotics. This treatment is usually effective when bacterial infections are the cause. However, these medications are sometimes used even when bacteria aren’t present. This can lead to antibiotic resistance as well as allergic reactions to these powerful drugs.

In non-infective prostatitis, acupuncture may be a safer and more effective way to relieve this painful condition.

TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) associates enlargement of the prostate with kidney deficiency. In middle age, the kidney energy declines, resulting in the reduction of sex hormones and a decrease in one’s sexual energy, which affects the function and the circulation of the prostate gland. Chinese medical theory has always postulated that deficiency causes swelling, therefore qi (energy) deficiencies in the prostate gland causes it to enlarge, resulting in what is known in the West as benign prostatic hyperplasia.

In order to compensate for this decline, men in China have historically used acupuncture treatments to enhance the circulation and energy in the prostate. To support the effect of acupuncture for prostate and prostatitis, they have also used Chinese herbs in traditional herbal formulas to replenish the kidney’s essence. Thus, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine help to normalize prostate function and restrain enlargement.

Prostate Cancer Can and Has Been Treated with Dr. Huo’s Energy Medicine Techniques

This prostate cancer patient was treated by Dr. Frank Huo’s Natural energy medicine for four months.

The PSA and free PSA all went down to the normal range (0–4.00).  PSA: 4.93 to 3.83, free psa > 22%

Acupuncture, herbal medicine, and healing energy treatments were all that were used. NO Surgery, NO Chemotherapy, NO Radiation.

psa_8-1-2013psa_11-5-2013psa_11-19-2013test results look ok - y...aster@gmail

*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.