Parkinson's Disease Healing Journey With KOSA Acupuncture

Parkinson’s Disease is another simple indication of unhealthy organs and can successfully be treated when the responsible organs are properly treated.

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Patient;

  • 60 years old male

Symptoms;

  1. Parkinson’s disease for 7 years
  2. difficulty walking
  3. foot pain
  4. low back pain
  5. lower leg pain
  6. sleep apnea (using CPAP machine)
  7. thigh pain
  8. tremor

Other information;

  • Difficulty in writing: The longer he writes the smaller the letters get.
  • Although he is right handed, his right fingers are less responsive than his left.
  • Because of sleep apnea, he uses CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine.
  • Because of low back pain when he wakes up, stretching is needed.
  • When he was young he worked for a company removing paints and rusts from steel structures without any PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) for 30 years.
  • He used to drink a lot till 12 years ago.
  • He came to US in 2009 and got vaccinations to enter.

Medications;

  • Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours – Although he doesn’t show tremor and doesn’t have much difficulties with walking, if they are not taken on time, tremor kicks in. The effect of this drug used last 5 hrs, and then, 4 hrs next year, and then, 3 hrs next year, which was last year and 2.5 hrs this year.
  • Neupro patch 8 mg patch, once a day
  • Azilet 1 mg
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Parkinson’s Disease Testimonial #1

Treatment 1, Day 1 on Sat. 03/19/16

He has to take 2 tablets of Carbidopa and Levodoa 25 mg every 2.5 hours but he didn’t take them at 11:00 AM.
Even though he didn’t take them, after KOSA treatment (1 hr 31 min later) he shows improvement even better than he took on time. If he would have not been treated by KOSA, tremor would have come back and he would have had difficulties on mobility.

Treatment 2, Day 2 on Sun. 03/20/16

Although he had stopped all drugs since last treatment, he used CPAP for three hours only and came in with minimal pain.

Treatment 3, Day 3 on Mon. 03/21/16

Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 8:00 PM last night, 9:30 AM and 12:30 PM today because he worked 1.5 hours yesterday.
He also put Neupro patch 8 mg patch at 8:00 PM last night.
However, he didn’t have to use CPAP to sleep for the first time over a few years and his snoring has almost disappeared.

 

Treatment 4, Day 4 – 2:00 PM, Tue. 03/22/16

Woke up to urinate 2 times and no bowel movement past 24 hours
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 5:00, 8:00, 11:00 PM yesterday and 8:00, 10:15 AM and 12:15 PM today because he worked 3.25 hours today (11:00 to 13:15).
He also put Neupro patch 8 mg patch at 9:00 AM this morning.
However, he used CPAP for two hours only and he didn’t snore even without it.
Fell down once due to stiff legs

Treatment 5, Day 5 – 12:00 PM, Wed. 03/23/16

Woke up to urinate 2 times and one light brown bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 5:30, and 11:00 PM yesterday and 8:00, 10:15 AM.
He didn’t work today.
He also put Neupro patch 8 mg patch at 8:00 AM this morning.
However, he didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore.
Fell down two times due to stiff legs

Treatment 6, Day 6 – 14:00, Thu. 03/24/16

Woke up to urinate 2 times and one golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 16:00, 19:30 and 23:00 yesterday and 8:30, 11:00 today.
He has not used Neupro patch 8 mg patch today.
Worked 2.5 hours today.
Didn’t use CPAP and he snored for 15 min very mildly.
Fell down one times due to stiff legs at 20:30 last night.

Treatment 7, Day 7 – 14:00, Fri. 03/25/16

Woke up to urinate 2 times and one golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 17:00, 20:00 and 22:30 yesterday and 8:30 today.
He used Neupro patch 8 mg patch today at 8:30.
Worked 3.5 hours today.
Didn’t use CPAP and he snored for 5 min mildly.
Fell down one times due to stiff legs at 9:00 while walking a dog this morning.

Treatment 8, Day 8 – 11:00, Sat. 03/26/16

Woke up to urinate 2 times and no bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 16:30 and 20:30 yesterday and 9:30 today.
He didn’t use Neupro patch 8 mg patch today.
Didn’t work today.
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore at all.
Not fell down.

Treatment 9, Day 9 – 11:00, Sun. 03/27/16

One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: He took them at 9:30 today.
He didn’t use Neupro patch 8 mg patch today.
Didn’t work today.
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore at all.
Not fell down.

Treatment 10, Day 10 – 14:00, Mon. 03/28/16

Slept 3 hours
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 17:30 yesterday, 8:30 and 12:00 today. This drug used to effective 30 min after taking them but nowadays it takes 10 min.
He didn’t use Neupro patch 8 mg patch today.
Worked from 10:00 to 13:30 today.
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore at all.
Not fell down. However, almost fell down twice.
All the pains and discomfort have gone as of today.

Day 11, Treatment 11 – 14:00, Tue. 03/29/16

Slept 8 hours
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 15:00, 18:30 and 21:00 yesterday and 8:30 and 11:30 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch was not used.
Worked from 10:00 to 13:30 today.
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore at all.
Fell down once during work at 11:30 this morning.
Plantar area close to toes were stiffening during meeting.
No treatment was provided due to setbacks for the last few days.

Day 12, Treatment 12 – 12:00, Wed. 03/30/16

Slept 8 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 15:00, 18:00 and 21:30 yesterday and 8:30 and 11:30 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 8:30 AM.
No work today
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore at all.
No falling down
No pain and no discomfort
He restarted to stay on KOSA’s recommendations since yesterday meeting.
It is suspected that his improper eating and activities have caused the setbacks for last few days.

Day 13, Treatment 13 – 15:00, Thu. 03/31/16

Slept 9 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 16:30, 18:30 and 21:30 yesterday and 8:30, 11:00 and 14:00 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 8:30 AM.
Worked 3 hrs from 10:30
Walking exercise: 45 min
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore at all.
One falling down at 11:00 during vacuuming work
No pain and no discomfort
Photo of his writing: The bottom one was written during his first visit and the top one was today’s writing.

Day 14, Treatment 14 – 16:00, Fri. 04/01/16

Slept 9 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 19:00 and 22:00 yesterday and 9:30 and 12:30 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 9:30 AM.
Worked 3 hrs from 11:00
Walking exercise: 20 min
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore.
One falling down at 11:00 at work due to stiff legs
No pain and no discomfort

Day 15, Treatment 15 – 11:00, Sat. 04/02/16

Slept 8 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 20:00 and 24:00 yesterday and 10:00 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 10:00
Not worked today
Walking exercise: 30 min
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore.
No falling down
No pain and no discomfort

Day 18, Treatment 17 – 14:30, Tue. 04/05/16

Slept 7 hours
His bladder woke him up once.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 16:00, 19:00, and 22:00 yesterday and 10:00 and 12:00 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 08:00
Worked for 3.5 hours today
Walking exercise: twice for a total of 120 min
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore.
No falling down
No pain and no discomfort

Day 19, Treatment 18 – 14:00, Wed. 04/06/16

Slept 12 hours
His bladder woke him up once after 8 hours of sleeping.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, used to take 2 tablets every 2.5 hours: Taken at 16:30 and 21:00 yesterday and 12:00 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 12:00
No work today
Walking exercise: twice for a total of 70 min
Didn’t use CPAP and he didn’t snore.
No falling down
No pain and no discomfort
When he woke up at noon, he felt so fully rested, much more energetic and powerful that he didn’t have much stiffness.

Day 20, Treatment 19 – 14:00, Thu. 04/07/16

Slept 9 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, used to take 2 tablets every 2.5 hours or 6 times a day: Taken at 17:00 and 22:00 yesterday and 11:00 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 09:00
Worked for 3 hours today
Walking exercise: twice for a total of 65 min
Didn’t use CPAP nor snore.
No falling down
No pain and no discomfort

Day 21, Treatment 20 – 14:00, Fri. 04/08/16

Slept 7 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, used to take 2 tablets every 2.5 hours or 6 times a day: Taken at 17:00 yesterday and 07:00 and 12:00 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 07:30
Worked for 3.5 hours today
Walking exercise: twice for a total of 80 min
Didn’t use CPAP nor snore.
No falling down, once almost though
No pain and no discomfort

Day 22, Treatment 21 – 13:00, Sat. 04/09/16

Slept 9 hours in addition to a nap for 3 hrs.
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg, used to take 2 tablets every 2.5 hours or 6 times a day: Taken at 19:00 yesterday and 08:30 today.
Neupro patch 8 mg patch used at 08:30
No work today
Walking exercise: once for 45 min
Didn’t use CPAP nor snore.
One falling down
No pain and no discomfort

Day 23, Treatment 22 – 11:00, Sun. 04/10/16

Slept 4 hours
His bladder woke him up once.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg (used to take 2 tablets every 2.5 hours or 6 times a day): Taken at 14:00 and 20:30 yesterday and 09:30 today.
Neupro patch 4 mg (used to be 8 mg) used at 09:30
No work today
Walking exercise: once for 30 min
Didn’t use CPAP nor snore.
One falling down in a grocery store
No pain and no discomfort

Day 24, Treatment 23 – 19:30, Mon. 04/11/16

Slept 8 hours
His bladder didn’t wake him up.
One golden bowel movement
Carbidopa and Levodopa 25 mg (used to take 2 tablets every 2.5 hours or 6 times a day): Taken at 12:30, 17:00 and 21:00 yesterday and 08:30, 12:00 and 17:00 today.
Neupro patch 4 mg (used to be 8 mg) used at 08:30
Worked from 10:00 for 3.5 hrs today
Walking exercise: Twice for a total of 70 min
Didn’t use CPAP nor snore.
Didn’t fall down.
No pain and no discomfort

The patient provides a verbal testimonial about KOSA’s treatment on his Parkinson’s disease after the 21st session.
His son interprets his father’s talking from Spanish into English and also adds his testimonial about his father’s amazing improvement.


Parkinson’s Disease Testimonial #2


Parkinson’s Disease Testimonial #3


Food For Thought About Parkinson’s Disease

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A few things are not told to Parkinson’s disease patients

  • There is no diagnose tool. Symptoms are used to diagnose and this is subjective.
  • Mayo Clinic says, “Many of the symptoms are due to a loss of neurons that produce a chemical messenger in your brain called dopamine. When dopamine levels decrease, it causes atypical brain activity, leading to impaired movement and other symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.”
    A loss of neurons is not the cause but a symptom of an unhealthy liver.

Stress (physical, emotional, mental, intellectual. or combined) harms organs. Unhealthy food (GMOs, imbalanced omega 6:3 ratio, antibiotics, insecticides, pesticides, etc.), vaccines, chemtrails, fluoride, etc. also play an important role as stress. Although healthy organs can tolerate the stress, if stress is too big for responsible organs to handle or stress keeps hitting them, organs get unhealthy. Even after organs have become unhealthy enough to show various pains and disorders, organs are still doing their best to do self-healing so as for those organs to repair the damages.

Parkinson’s Disease is one of the symptoms of unhealthy organs. Once organs get properly treated and healthy back, they can treat Parkinson’s Disease and overlapping conditions at once.

There are lots of different understanding of the symptoms, causes, and treatments but due to the following problems, their treatment is just trying to scratch the tip of the iceberg;

  • They are not interested in knowing or identifying the root cause.
  • They ignore or neglect or don’t even want to know that meridians and acupuncture points exist.
  • They ignore or neglect or don’t even want to know that our body has a powerful self-healing system.
  • Their understanding functions of organs are imperfect.

The following have nothing to do with whether it could help you or not;

  • Credentials, degrees of education, and awards
  • Popularity and reputation
  • Number of patients treated
  • History
  • Years of practice
  • Compassion

Important Notes Provided By KOSA Acupuncture

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Our body’s self-healing system is very powerful.

It is the patient’s job to eliminate the root causes by following KOSA Acupuncture’s suggestions.

We walk patients through so that they can easily change their lifestyles. This will expedite the healing progress.

It is our job to educate patients with true information and treat all responsible organs so that we treat all conditions at once.

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Nevertheless, each condition would show different improvements in progress.

KOSA Acupuncture’s persistent goal is to lose patients ASAP. Patients become so healthy that they don’t have to take drugs (or medicines) and see any medical practitioners anymore. We have successfully achieved this goal with a very high success rate.

Our patients have nothing to lose other than pains, discomforts, drugs, and excessive weight.


A Brief History of KOSA Acupuncture

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Even though acupuncture has thousands of years of history, nobody knew how to utilize the theory (Yin, Yang, and Five Elements).

Saahm (A Korean Ascetic’s pen name) invented formulas approx. 400 years ago and he completed the theory.

Unfortunately, it was lost until the Great Great Master Rhee discovered Saahm’s book in early 1950s and he studied, treat patients, and taught apprentices.

The Great Great Master Rhee taught The Great Master Kim (my father) who completed the predecessors’ great work and proved that the thesis is not just a thesis but a great unrivaled healing system.

Learn more: About KOSA Acupuncture

Conditions treated by KOSA Acupuncture: https://saahm.net/conditions/

A journey from a patient to an acupuncture Master with KOSA Acupuncture

Purchase Master Kim’s Book, ‘The Silver Bullet, KOSA – NeedleLess Acupuncture

Be An Acupuncture Master Trained By Master Kim: https://saahm.net/tutoring/

정통사암오행침구학회: https://ochim.com/

The Journey From A Patient To An Acupuncture Master With KOSA Acupuncture


Your body’s ability to heal is greater than anyone has permitted you to believe.

Listen to your body, which knows how to heal itself.

Numbers on the test cannot judge if you are a patient or not.

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