Targeted radiofrequency treatment - Oncothermia application in nononcological diseases as special physiotherapy to delay the progressive development

Gabriella Hegyi*, Molnar Istvan, Mate Agnes & Petrovics Gabor.

Oncothermia (OTM) is based on electromagnetic interactions with the living matter. Its nano-targeting approach [establishes a new paradigm, which could be applied not only in case of malignancies but in other diseases, when the non-selective conditions [are valid. This technique is well proven from the laboratory level to the clinical applications. Oncothermia method ignites the natural processes to eliminate them from the system, re-establishing the communication harmony between the cells. This method will lead us to the treatment of some non-malignant diseases too. Our aim is to use OTM on the common basis of equilibrium demand; and use the recognition of the deviations from the complex harmony of the organism or its part for selection to act properly. Study protocol and Method- Oncotherm was successfully applied for Lyme-disease for low-back pain, for Peyronie disease, and for Dupuytren’s contracture, too. We made more extended study, proving in details the applicability of the OTM in these diseases, especially in the situations when traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is also applicable. Our special permanent acupuncture method well fits to the complementary applications. Results, Discussion- The synergy of the ancient knowledge and the high-tech state-of-art of the medical knowledge could be established with this research Recognition of the distortions in the healthy tissue have some common principles and possibilities in TCM and OTM: the loss of complexity of the living organization is recognized by both the methods.. OTM application is a useful, harmless additional complementary treatment for management of selected diseases. Our objective is giving western trained physicians clinical applications of modern (Oncothermia-Booster) as a physiotherapeutic - equipment to accommodate accelerating interests in modern complex treatment of chronic low back pain and Dupuytren’s contracture. Conclusion- In recent study data verified the relevant end-points of the study: the safety, the quality of life (QoL), the shortened rest time, duration of painless state, cost/benefit ratio.