HomePetros Kattou ENchronic Lymphatic Edema within a week improved by Brainstem-Stimulation

chronic Lymphatic Edema within a week improved by Brainstem-Stimulation


Patient with chronic lymphedema stage 2 has a noticeable improvement in her swelling and pain with taVNS therapy within 1 week

Petros writes to us

SOZΩ-Braincenter: taVNs for incurable lymphedema!

the patient couldn’t wear shoes 👞, pain and burning 🔥 neuralgia! Difference from 5 cm of edema to 3 cm in a week.

She has been suffering for 6 years she is now 26 years of age ! All treatments from specialists failed


Here is the video testimonial

(unfortunately youtube chose a stupid photo and I can’t change “shorts”)


Petros is doing a special psychiatry course in Cyprus in May – Petros has hired last week in Cyprus 2 new psychiatrists in his center who are now being trained in neuromodulation,

I’m flying with Lenna and Dr. Heike Mitterhammer / Graz down.

We would take colleagues with us, I think there are still 1 or 2 places available.


Petros continues to write about: Lymphedema Symptoms, Causes and Prevention: Frequently Asked Questions

What is lymphedema?

Lymphedema is a condition that causes swelling in certain parts of the body, such as the arms or legs, due to a buildup of lymph fluid in soft tissue.

As part of the lymphatic system, lymph fluid keeps the body healthy by collecting pathogens and waste products and transporting these harmful substances to be filtered by the immune system before being removed from the body.

The lymphatic system is made up of lymph fluid, lymphatic vessels (pipes that transport fluid), and lymph nodes (like a port for the fluid to be filtered). If the lymph vessels do not transport lymph fluid throughout the body properly or a lymph node is unable to drain lymph fluid, uncontrolled fluid buildup occurs.

The accumulation causes the characteristic soft tissue swelling of lymphedema. What are the symptoms of lymphedema? What are its phases?

Common symptoms of lymphedema include:

  • The progressive swelling of an arm, leg, or other part of the body
  • Feeling of heaviness, pain or discomfort in the affected extremity
  • Restricted movement or freedom of movement
  • Clothes or jewelry feel tighter or no longer fit where swelling occurred
  • Feeling of tension in the skin, tingling, burning or itching
  • The skin appears thicker or more leathery (known as fibrosis)
  • Recurrent infections in the same area of the body

The stages of lymphedema follow the progression of swelling and skin damage. There are four general stages in the course of lymphedema:

  • Stage 1: Asymptomatic, in which the lymphatic system experiences abnormal flow but no fluid accumulation.
  • Stage 2: Swelling due to accumulation of lymphatic fluid, which may subside with elevation.
  • Stage 3: Permanent swelling that cannot be relieved by elevation, accompanied by skin changes (fibrosis).
  • Stage 4: Lymphostatic elephantiasis or deformation of a limb due to severe swelling, skin thickening and scarring.


If you have such an illness and have not yet received effective help, look at the list of doctors who have been trained in neuromodulation. We can’t promise that we can help because we don’t have enough practical experience (Petros has only been training other doctors for 6 months) – but his statements “70% can be helped” have been confirmed so far.

There are no waiting lists and immediate appointments for this indication.


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