Complete Treatment of Arrhythmia 


Arrhythmia arises in patients suffering from cardiovascular problems as a result of heart overload and reduction in overall blood supply to the heart. On the one hand, heart muscles work harder under strain. In result, the volume of heart muscles enlarges requiring increased blood supply. On the other hand, it is impossible to physically meet heart demands due to a reduction of its blood supply (ischemic heart disease). In result, we have either a heart stroke (an attack of angina pectoris) i.e. the heart is crying out for help or a heart rhythm disturbance due to the fact that the blood supply is insufficient for a full contraction of the heart. The heart starts skipping contractions (blockade) or combining two contractions in one (extrasystole) or contracting chaotically, but incompletely (paroxysmal tachycardia, atrial tachycardia). There are two ways to resolve these inconsistencies:

1. To increase blood flow to the heart to the required level.

2. To decrease heart performance to the induced level of reduced blood flow.


In current medicine, this problem is partially and temporarily solved with the second method by reducing heart’s performance to the minimum (to a level of reduced blood flow), through the application of beta-blockers. This decreases the overall blood circulation of the entire body, including the brain and the heart. However, the cause of the disease is not eliminated.

Our method of treatment is directed at elimination of the coronary heart disease and hypertension, which addresses the underlying causes of arrhythmias: heart overload due to hypertension and a reduction in blood circulation to the heart due to coronary heart disease.

It is important to note that arrhythmia may result from cicatricial changes of the heart after a myocardial infarction. Upon reduced blood flow, a highly specialized tissue may only change to a less specialized tissue – one that requires less blood supply. A tissue that requires the least blood supply in the body of biological beings is the connective tissue. After its formation, the reverse process is impossible (so far, this is impossible for mankind). Therefore, recreating a highly specialized tissue from a scar tissue is impossible. A scar that is in the way of heart’s vascular system impedes conductivity, resulting in arrhythmia. Our clinic does not treat arrhythmias of this origin. However, by eliminating the aggravating factors such as hypertension and ischemia, it is possible to improve the quality of heart performance in the first place and secondly, to prevent from reoccurring heart attacks and strokes.

Following a course of treatment for coronary heart disease, which is the primary cause of arrhythmia, arrhythmia of coronary origin is also eliminated. No other clinical center on Earth has the capacity to do this as of today. The most modern and equipped centers and scientific-research institutes in the whole world fail cannot cure arrhythmias, including arrhythmia caused by disturbance of coronary circulation. Coronary artery bypass surgery that is widely applied in contemporary medicine for treating these problems by way of adding an additional vessel (shunt) to the coronary vessels that bypasses the place of severe constriction and acts as merely a source of additional blood flow can improve blood circulation to the heart for a short time and may a condition of coronary originating arrhythmia. However, this improvement fails to last for two reasons:

1. Coronary artery bypass surgery fails to eliminate the source of the disease that originates from the blood, i.e. the pathocomplex process, which is the primary cause of blood vessel clogging and hypertension, as it fails to treat the hypertension itself.

2. The process itself damages the myocardium which can result in the development of scar layers in the way of heart’s vascular system which is the reason why arrhythmias, if ever cured, recur again.