I saw a 63-year-old man, Stephan, with his wife, for nocturnal urination problems and elevated PSA of 23. Multiple prostate biopsies were negative for cancer. His wife also told me that he had a sudden heart attack ten years ago while playing sports. He was resuscitated in the field, by emergency response, with electrical shock therapy, and had two stents placed in his heart.
He did not want to come to see me but his wife dragged him to be evaluated. She felt there is something wrong with him that has not been recognized by medical professionals. She does not want another episode of sudden life threatening events to happen to her husband. He does not remember the event of his heart attack, resuscitation with electrical shock, and seems in denial of what happened to him.
His acupuncture meridian assessment showed imbalances at the lymph/dental/heart meridians and bladder meridian involving the prostate. Is it possible that the heart attack and his urinary problem with elevated PSA are related? It seems squirrely to think there’s a connection and to ask how the heart and prostate might be related. However, is it possible a connection exists?
Talking about squirrely questions, I do have a problem with squirrels in our home. We live in a 100-year-old brick house with tall trees and squirrels. These squirrels have been a major nuisance, especially what I call, teenage squirrels. These teenage squirrels get into the attic and create major havoc, destroying piles of storage boxes and phone lines.
I wanted to poison or shoot them but my wife and grandkid protested. They thought it is too cruel. We hired a professional to trap and release them. We caught nine squirrels and we paid $900 for trapping and release. There is a hole somewhere in our attic and our attic became their playground, especially during wintertime. The solution was only temporary. They came back again.
These teenage squirrels are playful with a certain attitude: smart and sneaky. How do I know? I’ve lived in the house over 30 years and I got to know them well by observing how they play and move around. I couldn’t figure out where the hole was in our attic. I needed a professional roofer or repairman to find the portals of entry for these squirrels.
Talking about the portal of entry, in the human body, microorganisms and parasites may penetrate into the human body through skin, eyes, nasal cavities and sinuses, pharynx, bronchi, lungs, oral cavity and the teeth, digestive tract, urinary system, and genitalia. Dental and parasites have been my main focus as to why patients are not responding to standard medical care and not getting well.
The most common portal of entry is the oral cavity, that is, any dental related area. The distance between the upper dental to the brain or lower dental to the thyroid is about 10 cm, depending on the location of the dental infection. Dental problems such as mercury amalgams, root canals, implants, cavitations, and periodontal infections have been dealt with by dentists. Most medical professionals are not looking at dental issues as hidden medical problems.
A neurologist, Patrick Stortebecker, MD, Ph.D. from Sweden, addressed the principles of the shortest pathway and the portal of entry of infection. In his book, Dental Caries as a cause of Nervous Disorders, published in 1980, he described gold crowns as Golden Mausoleums. He also emphatically pointed out that the Cranial-Dental Vertebral Vein and Pelvic Vertebral Veins do not have valves, “valve-less vein system”, and are susceptible to back flow of venous blood contaminated with infected microorganisms and toxins to the brain/brain stem and lower spinal cord. His idea has never been widely accepted by the medical or dental professions. I bought his book used for one cent. It is one of the best books I’ve read on dental-medical-neurological connections.
Dental infections and heavy metals have propensities to settle in and cause inflammation in the heart, GI/GU tract, joints, kidney, and the endocrine/nervous system. Stephan had an infection in his jawbone area at #17 tooth (old wisdom tooth area) which corresponds to the heart meridian and at two root canals at #8 and #20 teeth which correspond to the urogenital-prostate and lymph/spleen meridians. (See the Tooth-Organ Meridian Chart on my website.)
My recommendation was to see a biological dentist to remove the two root canals at #8 and #20 teeth and an oral surgeon to operate on the jaw bone at #17 tooth area. I also recommended taking tinidazole, an anti-protozoal parasite medication, for the bladder/prostate meridian disturbance. Protozoal parasites are very common urogenital infections for men and women. IUD (intrauterine device) for women can also be a problem.
A disturbance of the heart meridian often comes from silent (no pain) wisdom teeth extraction sites. These infections are often the overlooked cause of unexplainable symptoms of fatigue, headache, arthritic pain, heart problems, insomnia, neurological symptoms, hormonal imbalances, emotional and psychological disturbances, intestinal problems, and facial pain. I wrote a short article, “Wisdom Teeth, Undetected Tooth Infections and Incurable Medical Symptoms.”
The Heart and Small Intestine Meridians are paired meridians. Paired circuitry meridians also include the Kidney and Bladder meridians. If you cannot figure out the portal of entry of squirrels in your house, the damage will magnify. It could grow from a squirrel into a dragon. I am going to call the roof repair man to fix the portal of entry of squirrels into the attic. If you have incurable medical symptoms, I recommend that you see an M.D. and Biological Dentist “team” who understand the Golden Mausoleum of dental-medical connections.
Physicians and dentists who want to be a dragon slayer or a squirrel trapper for hidden dental and parasite problems, join me for the acupuncture meridian assessment training on August 26-28, 2016. For details on training, visit the Special Training page on my website.