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Treatable Diseases

Migraine And Headache

Research and experience show that most of those who suffer from headache or migraine pain have latent pain in the spine that they may not feel and is inferred from the neural pathways.

Spinal Pain

Spinal pain is shrouded in a lot of mystery, and this was confirmed by a study conducted by George Washington University with research groups and studies conducted in Sweden over a period of ten years.

Intractable Ear Diseases

Kassar Logy can now treat many difficult conditions in the ear, such as: vertigo – dizziness – tinnitus (Streptus aurium) – hearing loss or deafness – Meniere’s disease – difficulty in balance – inflammation.

Paranasal Sinuses

The paranasal sinuses, according to academic medicine: A form of air-filled cavities surrounding the eyes and nose and found within the bones of the skull. They are connected to the nasal cavities through small openings.

Ocular Diseases

It has been proven practically through Kassarology that there is a close relationship between the nerve exiting between the first and second cervical vertebrae on the one hand and the eyes on the other hand.

Heart Diseases

It was found that many heart diseases and its symptoms have a spinal nerve origin, according to two spinal nerves that emanate from the thoracic vertebrae (pp. 8 - p. 9) (pp. 9 - p. 10), and it has been proven practically that these two nerves are the causes

Chest's Diseases

It was found through Kassarology that the nerves emanating from between the thoracic vertebrae (upper back) - (P4-P6) have a direct effect on the lungs

Throat pain, pharynx and oral cavity

Qasarology confirmed that the nerve emerging from the cervical joint (C6-C7) has a direct effect on the larynx and tongue, while the nerve emerging from the vertebral joint (C7-C1) affects the pharynx, oral cavity, and larynx.

Liver and skin diseases

Kassarology treats these diseases by: Freeing the root of this spinal nerve that comes from between the twelfth thoracic vertebrae and the first lumbar vertebrae from the right side, while massaging its path up to the liver.

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