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Parkinsons disease. The HEALTH story!
Noor Mohammed | 10.08.2005
June 30, 2005
“I have an appointment with my chronic Parkinson's patient who is going to take me to her meet her consultant neurologist.
The consultation only happens every six months and we have done some reasonable improvements to her paralysis and dyskinesia and a reduction of levodopa/MAO drugs with the 97.4.
This is a very difficult case, but still some good results have come out of it. It will be interesting to see how the consultant reacts when he is told about SCENAR.”
The same day, later
“The visit to the consultant went OK. The last time the patient saw him was in Feb2005, and the involuntary head movements were very bad along with facial paralysis and severe loss of function of the legs.
The specialist Parkinson's nurse and the consultant were very surprised with the improvements in walk and good reduction in involuntary head and left arm movement. Also with the almost complete absence of facial paralysis. We also informed them of a gradual reduction of levadopa/ MAO drugs.
When they asked me what the treatment was I informed them of SCENAR. Both the nurse and consultant were very surprised and they understood that I knew what I was doing and it had created this reasonable improvement of function in such a chronic condition.
The consultant agreed that I should continue the SCENAR treatment, continue the gradual reduction of drugs and also inquired of a concise overview of SCENAR Technology to be sent to him. The consultant who is Dr Pentland is one of the best in his field in Scotland.”
July 15, 2005
Vivienne Constad (the doctor who taught Nur to use 735Ag):
“Nur has been here today and with his lady who is a chronic sufferer of Parkinson's disease.
We stopped her involuntary movements with 735Ag within 15 mins and many other symptoms subsided, I think they were both impressed!
I have given her 2 hours break and will supervise Nur to work on her in one hour's time!
She is very sweet and is having a very exciting time! Apparently he drove her here from Scotland for 8 hours. They left last night at 10.30 pm and arrived at 6.30 am this morning!
They have still not slept, only she for half an hour!”
July 18, 2005
“I picked up VX735Ag from Vivienne on Saturday. I drove down with my Parkinson's patient the day before. This was considered an impossible journey for her only a few months ago, but the improvements of her condition with the 97.4 allowed us to do such a long journey which was 1000 miles in total.
She was treated by Vivienne and I was shown the basic functions of the VX735Ag, I gave the patient only one treatment after our return to Edinburgh, all this has resulted in an improvement of walking function and we have reduced a leva dopa dose by 100mg which I was very impressed with”.
July 27, 2005
“Oh, Nur has some fantastic results now with his Parkinson's lady that we both worked on, she has been away and now returned.
She says she has made a consistent and stable improvement each day since we started work with her and she has very much less spasmodic unnecessary movement from the medication now and far greater mobility. Also she is able to do more for herself in every way!”
“I am going to treat this lady in 1 hour's time. I spoke to her on the phone this morning and she is very happy with the improvement in walking function, she can walk nearly 2 miles per day”.
The same day later
“I have just seen my chronic Parkinson's patient, the improvement is good and we are now reducing leva dopa drugs by another 20% starting from today”
July 28, 2005
A letter from the Parkinson's patient (treated by Dr. Nur Muhammed) to A. Karasev:
“Dear Professor Karasev,
I have been treated since May for Parkinson's Disease, which I have had for 10 years by Dr. Noor Muhammed using the black box SCENAR, there were some changes in my condition which I thought may interest you, also now he is in possession of your 735 SCENAR the improvements have been even more significant.
Firstly with the black box SCENAR 97.4 my main problem was involuntary movement of the head which came on as soon as my medication 'kicked in', if this wore off or indeed did not ' kick in' then I became quite immobile. (A note from Dr. Nur Mohammed: “The basic problem is paralysis of the legs and no ability to walk due to very low levels of dopamine in the body, the main drugs contain chemical leva dopa , which the body converts into dopamine, but they have a MAJOR side effect which is involuntary head and arm movements”). My consultant suggested a drop in one of my medications, this however left the legs mobile but wobbly until I had a few treatments from SCENAR 97.4, after a few more treatments I found it easier to turn in bed, my general mood was raised, I could shuffle my feet into my shoes and slippers without hands, I was able to walk to the toilet if necessary in the night instead of crawling which I often had to do, I could bend and squat without falling over or holding on to something to pull myself up, and I could stay up later in the evening rather than have to go to bed at 8p.m. I can now go on until 10p.m. or later.
Since treatment with the SCENAR 735 there has been an even greater more sustained improvement in my mobility; for example I had a few intense sessions before going on holiday recently and the increase in my mobility was at least 90%.
Last year on a similar type holiday I had to hire a wheel chair and my father had to wheel me to breakfast and dinner as this usually was the times I took my pills and had to wait on them "kicking in", and during the day I would last 15-20 mins. Then I would have to be wheeled about, however this year on a similar type holiday I hired a wheel chair just in case but never used it once, not only that I was able to walk 2-3 miles each day.
At the moment we are working on the involuntary head movement by cutting down more medication.
Medication- Zelepar (Selegeline)
Amantadine (Symmetril 100mg) ( all A.M. )
Sinnemit CR 200 mg
Diazapan 4mg at 11a.m.
Madopar 62.5 + Sinnemit CR 100mg at noon
Diazapan 4mg at 4p.m.
Sinnemit CR was 200mg now 100mg at 5p.m.
Diazapan 4mg at 9.30-10 p.m.
I hope this will be of interest to you, and of course would be delighted to have your opinion and / or advice.
Nur Muhammed, July 27, 2005:
“I am starting another Parkinson's case on Thursday at 10 am , this is much less chronic and should be easy to deal with, also this new lady takes only 20% of the leva dopa drugs than my first chronic case”.
The materials are provided and published with permission of
Dr. Noor Mohammed, Edinburgh, UK and
Dr. Vivienne Constad, London, UK