Al­ter­na­tive treat­ment for chronic pain

Com­pas­sion­ate Care Foun­da­tion pro­vides Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen treat­ments for un­der­priv­i­leged pa­tients in pain, writes Kas­miah Mustapha

New Straits Times - - HEALTH HEAL - Kas­[email protected]

“Our big­gest motivation is the abil­ity to help some­one in pain get well again. The most re­ward­ing ex­pe­ri­ence is to wit­ness their im­prove­ment day by­dayup­tothe point that they are healthy and smil­ing again.”

DIAGNOSED with chronic hepati­tis C, Siew Wai Kiong’s liver could no longer func­tion. Two-third of it had hard­ened while the re­main­ing was in­flamed and swollen.

When his doc­tor told him that he did not have much time left, Siew de­cided to seek al­ter­na­tive treat­ment from Com­pas­sion­ate Care Foun­da­tion.

After more than a year of un­der­go­ing Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen treat­ments, his liver has im­proved and he is fi­nally able to live a healthy life.

Set up in July last year, Com­pas­sion­ate Care Foun­da­tion is a non-profit or­gan­i­sa­tion that sub­sidises Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen Ther­apy for un­der­priv­i­leged pa­tients who suf­fer from chronic pain, kid­ney and liver fail­ure, di­a­betes, skin dis­eases and side ef­fects of ra­dio­ther­apy.

Its di­rec­tor Daena Chan says the aim of the foun­da­tion is to ex­tend the ben­e­fits of Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen Ther­apy to all mem­bers of so­ci­ety, re­gard­less of age and so­cial stand­ing, to en­able them to re­gain op­ti­mal health.

“The idea for the foun­da­tion started when Hi- foun­da­tion’s Bliss clients rec­om­mended pa­tients who were suf­fer­ing from pain and var­i­ous dis­eases to try our treat­ment. These peo­ple are vol­un­teer work­ers and can­not af­ford the treat­ment.

“We de­cided to treat them at no charge and sub­se­quently, their health con­di­tions im­proved. Based on this ex­pe­ri­ence, we wanted to con­tinue pro­vid­ing free treat­ments for those who could not af­ford the ses­sions.

Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen Ther­apy was in­tro­duced by IRCare, a com­pany owned by Chan and Jayse Ong, an­other di­rec­tor of the Foun­da­tion. IRCare de­vel­oped the Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen Ther­apy for pain man­age­ment and wellness.

Chan says those who are re­ferred to the Foun­da­tion are in pain, de­pressed and un­able to lead nor­mal lives be­cause of their dis­ease.

“Our big­gest motivation is the abil­ity to help some­one in pain get well again. The most re­ward­ing ex­pe­ri­ence is to wit­ness their im­prove­ment day by day up to the point that they are healthy and smil­ing again.”

The foun­da­tion has also launched the Love. Hope.Health cam­paign to reach out to peo­ple in chronic pain, and those who suf­fer from skin al­lergy and open wounds, who want to seek treat­ment for their con­di­tions.

“The cam­paign aims to help re­lieve their pain, re­solve their skin al­ler­gies and re­build their im­mune sys­tem to fight dis­eases and re­store their or­gan func­tions.

“We look for­ward to ex­tend­ing the gift of health to as many un­der­priv­i­leged pa­tients as pos­si­ble. We urge in­di­vid­u­als and cor­po­ra­tions to join us to make this a suc­cess­ful cam­paign,” says Chan.

She says stud­ies have found that molec­u­lar hy­dro­gen has anti-in­flam­ma­tory prop­er­ties and is able to pro­tect and re­pair hu­man cells. Since it is the small­est mol­e­cule, it is eas­ily ab­sorbed into the cells to se­lec­tively neu­tralise toxic free rad­i­cals.

The ther­apy re­duces in­flam­ma­tion and pain; stim­u­lates blood cir­cu­la­tion; pro­motes detox­i­fi­ca­tion; boosts en­ergy, re­lieves fa­tigue and im­proves the im­mune sys­tem.

“Dur­ing Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen Ther­apy, molec­u­lar hy­dro­gen is sprayed onto spe­cific points on the skin which is then ab­sorbed into the body.

“We also com­bine light ma­nip­u­la­tion and other tech­niques to en­able bet­ter blood cir­cu­la­tion and ab­sorp­tion of the hy­dro­gen into the pa­tient’s cells where it pro­tects and re­pairs them. The ther­apy is nat­u­ral, safe, drug-free, and non-in­va­sive with no side ef­fects,” says Chan.

For de­tails, call 03-7727 8697 or 017-847 5496.

Daena Chan

A pa­tient un­der­go­ing Hi-Bliss Hy­dro­gen Ther­apy.

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