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Life need not end when Heart Bypass surgery fails as newer safe, painless effective treatments are possible. A simple Cardiovascular Cartography (CCG) test can measure heart’s blood flow non-invasively without radiation or putting wires, catheters or dyes into the body and Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT) and External Counter Pulsation (ECP) treatments help enhance circulation to the heart muscle.
ACT consists of Chelation Therapy with American College for Advancement of Medicine protocol along with antioxidants, nutrients, life style and stress management. It removes calcium from blood vessel walls to increase elasticity and enhance blood flow in twenty to thirty treatment sessions each lasting about three hours and done two to four times a week. It also detoxifies the body by removing unwanted heavy metals.
ECP is a US-FDA approved process to dilates blood vessels and stimulate growth of new blood vessels. For ECP eight large blood pressure type cuffs are wrapped around the legs and arms that inflate and deflate synchronized with the ECG. Usually 35 ECP sessions are required each lasting one hour. ECP dilates blood vessels, opens dormant capillaries and stimulates formation of new blood vessels. It serves the same purpose as a surgical bypass operation and hence is also known as natural bypass.
Dr. Sibia, known as Father of Chelation Therapy in India is Director of Sibia Medical Centre and an authority in ACT and ECP to prevent and reverse heart disease. He said that they and good treatments for poor circulation to heart, legs, brain etc. Most patients can walk longer distance, walk faster, have fewer episodes of pain chest and need less care after ACT and ECP. Cardiovascular Cartography and Stress Thallium done before and after the treatment can confirm increase in heart’s blood supply. Besides Sibia Medical Centre, Ludhiana ACT and ECP are available in most of the advanced countries such as USA, Canada, England, Germany, Australia etc. and are hope for patients unfit for bypass surgery, with failed bypass surgery and those who cannot afford or do not want bypass surgery.