We – our office – are constantly seeking deeper understanding and also treatment of “complex chronic diseases”, e.g. Multiple Sclerosis or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or other neurological issues that remained unnamed.
Following here a study that I found upon researching therapy protocols for Babesia, as my supervisors regarding lyme and coinfections (german physicians) told me they have no expierience with Babesia
We are having at present 2 patients with “complex neurological problems” with positive Babesia lab-titers and I am unsure wether I need to treat them or just accept the IgGs.
Doing my literature-search I stumbled over this amazing case-report from 2006 regarding a fully cured patient suffering “almost certain ALS”.
Our own case (Praxis Dr. Retzek) – “almost certain ALS” resolved with hyperthermia against Borrelia
I had a patient – about 26y old male – suffering from “chronic progredient multiple sclerosis” having symetric wasting of all 4 extremities and the body. It simply didn’t look or feel like MS but rather like ALS. Borrelia negativ in Eliza, Westernblot and LTT (!!!). When he came to our watch he could walk about 500 meters.
Only after we removed mercury fillings the serology converted suddenly being moderately positiv in Eliza test, walking distance about 300m.
We started him on our protocol (Azithro + Tinidazole) without any response, he got weaker and weaker, 200m walking distance.
Our hospital neurological ambulance was no help “what else should it be than MS” they said, without offering any new MS-foci in the brains MR-scan.
OK, so we started him on Coimbra-protocoll against multiple sclerosis which is some kind of moderate immuno-suppressive program using very high doses of vitamin D.
He got slowly but constantly weaker 100m finally only 50m, the wheel chair was in sight!
As there was no positiv response on our usually good working antibiotic protocol and lyme was the only culprit that we found, I could persuade him to go to St. Georg Clinic in Bad Aibling for high-temp-hyperthermia. They have amazing results (also on some ALS-Patients).
(twice: 43° C Stem- and Brain Temperature for about 2h in anesthesia).
Since then his deterrioration stopped, last time I phoned with him he was back at 300m and increasing walking distance.
Dr. Friedrich Douwes / St. Georgs Clinic, Bad Aibling, Germany
my friend and mentor Dr. Friedrich Douwes, boss and mastermind of Bad Aibling told me following story:
“I was giving a talk in Sweden and I met a former pupil of mine being now in this hospital as boss of the pathology department. He asked me to follow him down into his basement, opened the head and the backbone of a patient that just died of ALS. We took a swab of the brain as well as the spine and had a look in the microscope. Totally filled with Borrelia, the entire picture. My friend told me: every patient with ALS that he autopsized was completely filled with borrelia in his large neurological structures”.
Here is a Australian TV-documentation about treatment of Lyme with hyperthermia in Germany
Treating ALS with hyperthermia is very sensitiv and maybe dangerous. Dr. Douwes told me last year that he did 4 patients, but that 2 patients needed temporarely assisted breathing and ICU after hyperthermia because their strong herxheimer reaction. They all recovered from side effects and were much better after some weeks or months. So having seen the Lyme infestation in Sweden and having done this patients he is convinced of Borrelia as tha main factor of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
I dont know how many ALS-Patients they have done in the meantime, I guess Corona-Virus has shut down the hyperthermia because they are now the main corona-clinic of the district he told me lately on the phone!