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Improved Blood Circulation is Way Forward in BPH Treatment – No Destruction of Prostate with Removal Procedures and Surgeries, Highlights Fine Treatment

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Blood circulation plays a crucial role in the human body and in the prostate in particular. Dr. Allen's therapeutic device cleanses this gland from the unnecessary tissue or/and inflammation by improving the blood flow at the capillary level, whereas prostate removal procedures cause inevitable complications by destroying the prostate tissue, states Fine Treatment.

London, UK (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Impaired blood circulation in the prostate tissue causes benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) that advances over time, i.e. the growth of additional tissue progresses. So, by maintaining the body temperature at the essential level, Dr. Allen's device for prostate treatment improves the transfer of nutrients and oxygen to fundamental cells at the capillary level. This natural process gradually cleanses the area from the added tissue, Fine Treatment reveals. On the other side, commonly used prostate removal procedures and surgeries destroy this gland causing serious complications.

The issue of enhancing blood flow in the organs to stimulate natural restorative mechanisms in our bodies has been occupying the minds of medical professionals for ages. Dr. Simon Allen has designed therapeutic devices, which provide the Thermobalancing therapy and which can be applied to different organs separately. In the case of BPH treatment, the device improves blood circulation in the prostate that helps to cleanse it from the unnecessary extra tissue reducing the size of the enlarged prostate. Watch a video on how to use Dr. Allen's device and what its benefits are: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5xidswhxJM.

The article titled “20 Healthy Ways to Boost Circulation” by A. Erman, of 24 September 2012, gives tips on how to increase overall energy levels and tone the body with supplements, diet and physical activity. Another recent article, “St. Vincent Heartbeat: Natural Bypass”, dated 17 October 2012, by J. Sheats, states that after by-pass surgeries with no significant improvement, the doctors at St. Vincent Heart Clinic of Arkansas recommend Enhanced External Counterpulsation, or EECP, in order to improve blood circulation in the heart. This procedure takes an hour at a time, for 5 days a week, for a month.

Dealing with the aftermath of TURP, many patients ask Fine Treatment for help with notes like, ‘3 months after TURP battling with prostate pain'. Others share their experiences on Men's-Health forum on Retrograde Ejaculation after Prostate Surgery. For instance, a message posted on 29 December 2011 reveals, “I was misled by my doctor in 2009. Expected one thing and was incontinent 2 years after TURP. No warning from the doctor.” Another one posted on 4 January 2012 says, "After my TURP (2009) I experienced problems about which were not told by the doctors, 2 years at least incontinence. No orgasms.”

“Proper blood circulation helps with the transfer of nutrients and oxygen to the cells inside the organs as well as with the maintenance of the temperature at a controlled level”, says Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen's device enhances blood circulation in the prostate helping to cleanse it from the added tissue reducing the size of the enlarged prostate gradually.”

For details, please visit Fine Treatment at
http://www.finetreatment.co.uk/prostatetreatmentbph/prostatitistreatment.html.

About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardio-vascular field. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen's devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as lower back pain relief and sciatica treatment.

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