Reflexo-Therapy from Kuznetsov's Applicator to Shakti Mat : Forty Year-Long Success Story
It was the Moscow Institute of Experimental surgery where I first heard about the "Applicator of Kuznetsov." My husband worked for the institute and one day came home very excited about a new method for pre-op treatment of patients resistant to regular medicine, or allergic to it, etc. "Just imagine a rubber mat pierced with needles and a patient has to lie down on it and to stay for an hour or more. They say, it never pierces the skin and hurts for only minute or two, then people get warmed and relaxed, stop sneezing, coughing, and their blood pressure gets normal. In a few days they are ready for their surgeries." The first thing I thought, was: "It's probably because there are so many needles that eventually some of them reach proper acupuncture points." Later I discovered that the inventor's logic had indeed worked exactly this way...
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- 02 Apr 2010
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- North Charleston SC, United States
About Tanya Zilberter Phd
Tanya Zilberter holds a PhD in neurophysiology. In health sciences since 1972, Dr. Zilberter authored hundreds scientific and popular publications on theoretical and applied problems of the body's control systems including energy flux and balance, neurobiology of "body awareness" and endogenous neuroprotection including the regulatory role of endorphins. Tanya participated in interdisciplinary projects providing metanalysis for mathematical and conceptual model of numerous functions of the body including hunger, body weight and body temperature regulation, and the role of brain chemicals in function control. Some of her findings she applied to the intriguing phenomenon of reflexo-therapy discribed on this site. That includes the theory of acupuncture and its analogy with neurocomputers, the role of Endorphins in self-diagnosis and self-healing, etc. In 1995, Dr. Zilberter conducted the pilot study on reflexo-therapy in the Community Holistic Health Center, Carrborough, NC. The results of the study were reported to the International Congress on Integrative Medicine. Currently, Tanya participates in the project concerning natural brain protectors.