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12 years paraplegic after stroke – starts walking within 1 week Neuromodulation


After a stroke, the patient had been paralyzed since 2012 and only used a wheelchair. After 1 week with the brainstem stimulator he starts walking, after 3 weeks it’s pretty good

Petros made us cry again

Below is the original text that Petros sent to our doctors group via Whatsapp.

a fat gliose scar in the spine after a spinal stroke

The patient is completely paraplegic with severe spasticity since 2012 in the chest area T3-T8 / embolism, so-called spinal cord syndrome

Diagnosed in 2012, father of three and hairdresser works on his electric scooter.

He consulted me in 2014 and I said I had nothing to offer. Over the years he has completed every rehabilitation program, hydrotherapy and autologous stem cells administered intrathecally – in 2016 no difference.

He consulted us again and asked to be offered some kind of assistant as he was suffering from neuropathy and pain in the lower extremities.

I promised not to take money for treatment, he begged and we started!

Experience the power of neural brain modulation of the CNS with the SOZO method

thats a wonder

Today, SUNDAY, all the Christians in the church and the priest spoke to him and thanked him at the parish Eucharist service.

Jesus, it’s a miracle

Listen to Dr. Sergey MD (the neurologist at SOZO Brain Center Nicosia in Cyprus)




If you are interested in  such treatment from now 20 doctors who Petros has trained so far.

I would like to point out that we ourselves are a center for SOZO therapy. In the event of such an injury, you will receive an appointment with us promptly – immediately.


CAVE – Be careful!

Attention: we do not want to imply here that such results can be achieved in any case. But just the possibility opens a window. So far, Clemens Kuby was the only cross-sectional person I know who was healed and made this public.

I know of 3 cases of Prof. Wolfgang Köstler senior that he also cured – mainly with microcurrent, but these cases were never published.

In principle, this is possible in the research laboratory, as the scientist Dr. Michael Levin





Petros is coming to Vienna in JUNE 2024 and will speak at IGMEDT the day before.

IGMEDT announcement – really incredibly good speakers!

He treats 16 patients and trains 5 doctors

if you want to be treated by him as a patient… it was completely booked out after 2 days

If you as a doctor are interested in this method, please let us know.



ADDENDUM – Neck manipulation significantly improves motor weakness

Petros sent the following study text on the topic, below is a video of how he manipulates. Even as a student in Australia, Petros was so good at manipulating his neck that the professors let him treat them!

This study investigates whether spinal manipulation results in changes in motor control by measuring motor unit recruitment patterns in both upper and lower limb muscles.


Spine manipulation resulted in a 54.5% ± 93.1% increase in maximum motor evoked potential (MEPmax) for APB and a 44.6% ± 69.6% increase in MEPmax for TA /strong.

more details from the studies abstract

It will also investigate whether such changes can occur, at least partially, at the cortical level by recording movement-related cortical potential (MRCP) amplitudes.

In the first experiment, transcranial magnetic stimulation input-output (TMS I/O) curves for an upper extremity muscle (abductor pollicus brevis; APB) were recorded along with F waves before and after spinal manipulation or a control procedure for the same subjects on two different occasions days.

On two different days, TMS I/O curves and MRCPs of the lower extremities were recorded from the tibialis anterior (TA) muscle before and after spinal manipulation.

Dependent measures were compared using repeated measures analysis of variance, with p set at 0.05.

Spine manipulation resulted in a 54.5% ± 93.1% increase in maximum motor evoked potential (MEPmax) for APB and a 44.6% ± 69.6% increase in MEPmax for TA /strong>.

In the MRCP data after spinal manipulation, there were significant differences in the amplitude of the early readiness potential (EBP), late readiness potential (LBP), and also peak negativity (PN).

The results of this study demonstrate that spinal manipulation results in changes in cortical excitability, as measured by significantly larger MEPmax for TMS-induced input-output curves for both an upper and lower limb muscle and with larger MRCP amplitudes. Component after manipulation.

No changes in spine measures (i.e., F-wave amplitudes or persistence) were observed, and no changes were shown following the control condition.

These results are consistent with previous findings suggesting that strength gains following spinal manipulation were due to descending cortical drive rather than changes could be explained at the level of the spinal cord.

Spinal manipulation may therefore be indicated

for patients

  • whose muscle tone has been lost
  • and/or recovering from muscle-wasting dysfunctions such as stroke or orthopedic surgery,
  • and/or also be of interest to athletes.

These findings should be followed up in relevant populations.


die Frage ist nur: wer kann so manipulieren bei uns? Ich kenne nur Dr. Johannes Dick in Mondsee, gerne Hinweise unten als Kommentar