“Those who have had lymphedema know how it feels.”
I’m talking to Natalia in a clinic in the city of Perm, a two-hour flight from Moscow. She is describing the 14 years of pain and swelling in her legs that no doctors had been able to alleviate until she came in for treatment with the Lymphatech Clinic.
Natalia probably has no idea that this “miraculous” treatment began many years earlier during Soviet times. It was already in 1986 that the Soviet medical authorities first approved further development of medical treatment through the lymphatic system.
Natalia’s story of lymphedema being treated with lymphatic methods is perhaps unsurprising, but surprising are the results that the clinic is now seeing treating arthritis, diabetes, certain types of cancers, pneumonia, asthma, and even mouth-breathing and snoring.
The Lymphatech Clinic is housed in an unassuming two-story brick building not far from the center of the city of Perm. Nobody would pick out this city on the edge of Siberia as the birthplace of innovative medical treatment.
But the Lymphatech clinic’s chief doctor, Professor Nadezhda Garyaeva, begins to tell her story:
In 1983, I went to Professor Borisov in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) to start a scientific career in lymphology – a branch of medicine about which many knew almost nothing. Namely, the lymphatic system largely determines the course and outcome of almost all diseases. We conducted research on the lymphatic vessels – I wrote a doctoral dissertation on this topic. I met with the academician Yuri Borodin, who headed the valuable Institute of Lymphology in Siberia. I was inspired by the possibilities that the lymphatic system offers to the doctor – a completely different approach to the treatment of the entire spectrum of diseases.
It is, of course, more than a little interesting that the lymphatic system, which affects so much of our health has remained largely ignored.
It is also unfortunate that the political and economic events in the Soviet Union, and then Russia, in many ways hampered the further development of these ideas. During the 1990’s, although Professor Garyaeva headed the largest department of the Perm Medical Academy, there was no funding for research, so she bravely created a private research institution that carried on this important work. As a result, 9 medical method patents were developed.
For many years, the Lymphatech Clinic both successfully and quietly handled its work among local patients and was mostly known for its cutting-edge cancer treatment. However, it is now starting to receive some international attention, and patients are making the trek internationally to this city in the heart of Russia.
Mike French has suffered from asthma and chronic sinus issues for many years. Listen as he tells his story of visiting the Lymphatech Clinic in Perm.
Susanne Trokhymenko of England talks about how she was unable to find relief from her lymphedema, even after seeking medical attention for many years. But at the Lymphatech Clinic, she was able to find relief after just two treatments.
Wee Tiong Howe is the head of an investment capital company in Singapore. He describes his time at the Lymphatech Clinic as “Amazing. They were able to solve all of my issues in an extraordinarily short period of time.”
Patients are surprised to learn the benefits of this innovative treatment and how the lymphatic system affects so much of our health. But even more surprising is how the Lymphatec Clinic doctors take the time to thoroughly study their situation before moving into the treatment phase. A first visit with Professor Garyaeva generally lasts at least two hours, as she is careful to look through all of the details and listen to the patient attentively. The treatment itself is outpatient and usually involves a daily injection with the purpose of bringing health through the lymphatic system. Since the injection is targeted, the dosage is lower and more effective than what a patient would experience elsewhere in the world.
Larry is a building contractor from the American Midwest who was diagnosed with chronic leukemia a few years ago. His latest tests showed a spike in his white blood cell count, but his American doctors offered him no options except to wait.
Larry decided to send his tests to the Lymphatech Clinic. Three oncologists at the clinic, including Professor Garyaeva, spent 4 hours each, studying Larry’s test results. They then sent him a detailed report in English. It was surprising for Larry to learn as the Lymphatech doctors explained that as they are members of both the Russian and American Cancer Societies, that they understand the approach to cancer treatments in both nations. They then explained that with his present white blood count, that in Russia, chemotherapy treatments would have already been prescribed.
The Lymphatech doctors’ report for Larry then explained that they had a high level of confidence that they could at least positively affect Larry’s situation, with a lymphatic system treatment.
Pleasantly surprised both by the doctors’ thoroughness, the price, and also simply an option other than “just waiting”, Larry immediately made plans to fly to Perm.
Much of the clinic’s results can only be treated as anecdotal as there is not a large enough sample size to predict future results. But the list is more than fascinating: Alzheimer’s, Type 2 Diabetes, multiple sclerosis, arteriosclerosis, and much more.
If you just have a question or are looking for a second opinion, you can contact the Lymphatech Clinic.
On a personal note, I am proud to say that I am working with the Lymphatech Clinic. And it is without reservation that I can say that this is one of the most both intriguing and useful of Russia’s gems that I have been able to uncover in 20 years of living in this great nation.