A new form of therapy that uses a simple device has been shown to be effective at dissolving kidney stones.
Known as thermobalancing therapy, Dr. Allen’s device has been shown to eliminate kidney stones without side effects, drugs, surgical procedures or supplements. It works by increasing blood circulation to the kidneys, allowing the stone to naturally and gradually dissolve.
How Thermobalancing Works
Dr. Allen’s device is worn like a belt and is designed to produce a thermo-element. The belt is worn in a way that allows the warmth generated by the device to reach the affected area.
The thermo-element gathers heat from the body and becomes the source of energy. It works to improve blood flow deep inside tissues. The device reduces internal pressure and improves function to dissolve kidney stones gradually.
A Natural Alternative to Conventional Treatment
Current treatments for kidney stones include Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy (PNL), which is a minimally-invasive procedure that removes stones through a small incision. While effective, this treatment is not without side effects.
One study found that 15% of people who undergo PNL experience deterioration of renal function in 2-7 years.
Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is another popular treatment method for kidney stones. This non-surgical treatment uses shock waves to break the stones into tiny pieces that are easily passed with urine.
But this treatment can also produce some troubling side effects. About 13.4% of patients saw an increased risk of hypertension.
Dr. Allen’s device has shown to be a smart alternative to these conventional treatments, as it is non-invasive and does not produce any side effects.
“Patients with kidney stones disease have shown great improvement in the symptoms within a month,” says Professor Aghajanyan, Head of the Department of Urology. “The device enhances blood circulation in kidneys that dissolves renal calculi gradually.”
A New Understanding of How Disease Forms
Speaking at the 17th International Nephrology-Urology Conference in London, Dr. Allen discussed how to use thermobalancing therapy to safely treat kidney stones. Urologist Dr. M. Salkini of West Virginia University, who has been in practice for more than a decade, was chairman of the session.
Dr. Allen explained how thermobalancing therapy is based on science’s new understanding of the origin of diseases. According to his research, internal diseases are caused by a pathological activity of capillaries. Pathological activity of capillaries can be caused by spontaneous expansion of capillaries or constriction of capillaries, according to Dr. Allen.
Because the nervous system does not regulate the spontaneous expansion of capillaries, the expansion can continue unchecked. Eventually, this creates extra tissue that puts added pressure on the affected area. That extra pressure inside of the organ can lead to malfunction.
The capillaries expand to improve blood flow to the affected area, creating a vicious cycle. Thermobalancing works to correct this by improving blood flow naturally.
The thermoelements in the device are made of a wax-based mixture that accumulates body heat. The collected body heat becomes a source of energy and helps maintain the appropriate temperature.
The thermobalancing device must be worn for a prolonged period of time and be applied tightly to the skin, but its effects are long-lasting and do not produce any side effects.