Case Studies Overview
Our Case Studies represent genuine patient outcomes that are a direct result of Dr. Wessolly’s treatment protocols.
These proprietary treatments are now available in Asia exclusively at Miskawaan Health Group (MHG)
Cancer is a disease in which abnormal cells divide without control and can invade nearby tissues.
NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE, 2018
Menopause is a normal, natural event defined as the final menstrual period. It represents the permanent cessation of menses resulting from loss of ovarian follicular function due to aging. NAMS, 2010
General Symptoms Increased body fat, hot flushes and loss of energy
Psychological Symptoms Swinging mood, depression, anxiety, lack of vitality, sleep problems, forgetful and having trouble to focus.
Sexual and Urinary Symptoms Low sex drive, vaginal dryness, irregular periods and urinary problems.
In Asia, menopause usually occurs in women between the age of 45–55. BIN, 2016
Andropause refers to the condition of progressive decline in male hormones with symptoms of low testosterone levels, loss of libido and erectile dysfunction etc. It is commonly seen in aging male populations. SINGH, 2013; SCHWARZ ET AL, 2011
General Symptoms Increased body fat, decreased muscle mass and strength,
loss of body height and loss of energy
Psychological Symptoms Swinging mood, depression, anxiety, lack of vitality & sleep problems
Sexual and Urinary Symptoms Low sex drive, reduced rigidity, impotence and urinary problems
10% of testosterone level drop every decade after the age of 30 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, 2017
Burnout is a state of emotional, physical and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. SMITH ET AL, 2018
- Emotions are blunted
- Produces Helpless & Hopeless
- Loss of Motivation
- Leads to Detachment & Depression
- Primary damage to emotion
- May make life seem not worth living
- Over engagement
- Emotions are overreactive
- Produces urgency and hyperactivity
- Loss of energy
- Leads to anxiety disorders
- Primary damage is physical
- May lead to premature death
63% are more likely to take sick leave.
23% are more likely to visit the Emergency Room.
2.6 times more likely to leave their current job.
What is Dengue Fever? Dengue Fever is a mosquito-borne viral infection and the virus is called Dengue virus (DENV). There are 4 serotypes of Dengue Fever (DENV1, DENV2, DENV3, DENV4) and currently no standard protocol in treating the disease. WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION, 2020
Symptoms of Dengue Fever
High fever (~40 °C), swollen glands, rash, flu-like symptoms including severe headache, pain behind the eyes, muscle and joint pains, nausea and vomiting.
Secondary infection by other serotypes of Dengue may result in the following:
Severe bleeding, organ impairment, plasma leakage, rapid breathing, severe abdominal pain, persistent vomiting, fatigue, etc.
In the more severe cases, Dengue Fever can be fatal.
The estimated annual global infection rate is over 390 million each year.
Dengue fever exists in 128 countries. BHATT ET AL, 2013
Asia accounts for 70% of the incidents. BRADY ET AL, 2012
*The case studies of PRAXISKLINIK AM SCHLOSSPARK/Miskawaan Health Group represent carefully & individually assessed clients’ treatments following extensive testing – they are only to be used as examples of treatments and not as a guideline for treatment.