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FCT[R] and Dermatology: Are Skin Disorders Just the Tip of the Iceberg for Underlying Chronic Diseases?

Even though classical homeopathy, for two-and-a-half centuries, and Traditional Chinese Medicine, for five thousand years, have been rendering consistent observations, tying skin conditions to the health of internal organs, the conventional dermatologists still remain in a dangerous, trigger-happy "cortisone mode," concerning the majority of skin problems. "Cortisone mode" and "penicillin mode," initially a seeming panacea for straight-forward acute conditions, have inspired the pharmaceutical industry into a madman transplant of these modes into the extremely complex nature of chronic diseases. The end result of this simplistic and ever-profitable experiment, involving hundreds of drugs and training doctors how to sell them, we all know. Today, the sickest and weakest populations are afflicted with a slew of incurable chronic diseases, starting from early childhood. In 'natural' medicine, "cortisone mode" for skin disorders is widely practiced through its different siblings, tea tree oil, colloidal silver and others.

Little heed is paid to the fact that established basic knowledge of conventional medicine, itself, deems skin to be the largest detoxifying area in the body, due to its vast square footage and a number of sweat glands, pores, blood and lymphatic vessels, all of which are supposed to vent out disease-producing elements. Among these are, environmental pollutants, infectious agents, and toxic metabolic products, which the internal organs must reduce in order to stay alive. In addition, medical research has also established that connective tissue, a vast detoxifying and regulatory spider web of the body, connects skin with the DNA and other vital compartments of cells.

Speaking of DNA, while many folks and medical practitioners fall for the misleading sentencing of genetic lab testing deeming inevitability of sickness to genetic defects, such as MTHFR in clearing out toxins as mercury, chemicals, molds, and others, and concoct some interesting vitamin regimens to undo this, science of epigenetics has established that many gene malfunctions have nothing to do with the structural genetic defects. These malfunctions are just functional, due to environmental pollutants, infections, electromagnetic radiation, side effects of drugs and other morbid agents that reside in the cellular structures around genes and confuse their functions.

Obviously, whatever leads to preventing cells from venting these toxins out--steroids, antibiotics, ointments or pills, or a fancy laser removing bad looking skin lesions to make it look better--usually makes one's health worse. Certainly, 'rejuvenating' skin creams and cosmetics have not missed out on this profitable paradise. Not to lose out, for this author, on other potential friendships... the result of the blood baths by the "penicillin mode" treatments of chronic Lyme, Strep, PANDAS, acne, Staphylococcal and other chronic infections, many of which present skin lesions, speak for themselves too. There is an emergence of even more aggressive mutated original infections, a whole slew of vicious fungal infections and, overall, damaged health. Among the endless variety of cortisone and penicillin modes are any anti-agents: anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy, antihistamines, decongestants, anti-acid, antibiotics, (anti-life), anti-cholesterol, and, in the skin family, anti-athlete's foot and anti-toenail fungus. Centuries of observations in classical homeopathy have tied suppressions of any bodily discharges and skin lesions to pathologies of nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and other systems; and we all know today that all of these "anti" treatments have produced their own medical textbooks of chronic diseases, with just the officially known side effects. Just look at the dermatological champion Accutane's black box warning, concerning severe colitis, suicidal depression, and other serious chronic diseases. While all these effects are deemed to be due to purely chemical side effects of drugs, no attention is paid to another powerful mechanism: the blocking of physiological, detoxifying channels. Whether this is done through drugs or 'natural' substances is irrelevant.

Other equally important observations, back in those and more successful times of classical homeopathy, were that, as the chronic diseases were regressing under its treatment, the originally suppressed lesions would return in chronological sequence of those dermatologic 'therapeutic successes,' only to be, finally, prudently resolved. This is logical too, since, according to the well-established conventional medical knowledge, skin, as any organ, is also a part of the gigantic interconnected and interdependent network of all the internal organs and tissues. As a result, its lesions (eczema, diaper rash, acne, psoriasis, warts, athlete's foot, toenail fungus; unhealthy appearance: pale, excessively red, flabby, blotchy, oily, dry, prematurely wrinkled and aged; sensations: itching, burning, or tingling) virtually all represent morbid spillovers from sick internal organs. To mention a few, the gut that does not properly digest and absorb nutrients and spills its toxins into the bloodstream, infected and poisoned lymphatics and capillaries, kidneys and liver that are poisoned and unable to properly excrete and detoxify, malfunctioning thyroid, and other organs in charge of handling and supplying healthy fat, nutrients, and oxygen to the skin, all leave it no chance to look healthy. All in all, and quoting the great Paracelsus, "extinguishing smoke," on the skin's surface, while "leaving the fire inside," only destroys the internal organs more by clogging their venting ability. That is why one of the more zealous teachers of classical homeopathy has kindly suggested that all dermatologists be thrown down to the bottom of an ocean. However, for humanitarian reasons, I feel that the degree of the immersion should be moderated....

Managing Skin Problems in a Healthier Way

Short of intense symptoms, such as severe itch, burning or pain, which cause significant discomfort, all skin problems must take the back seat in favor of treatment of the exact causes of malfunctions of the internal organs and tissues first. Since there is no other test in all of medicine that can determine these causes and all the malfunctioning internal organs except for bio-resonance testing, that is exactly what I do and teach.

Certainly, it took years of trial and error to sort out and, then, seek only true causes of chronic diseases, instead of the endless red herrings that are present and lead to ineffective treatments. Following the specific data collected, homeopathic-energetic remedies go to work in order to stimulate the release of primary causes of malfunctions of both internal organs and skin (mercury, lead, and other environmental pollutants, infectious agents such as HPV, candidiasis, parasites, molds, bacteria) as well as promoting the repair of the sick organs and skin. Cases 1-4 in the sidebar are a few concrete examples, enacting one of those unofficial laws of nature, where a picture is worth a thousand words. Perhaps, besides conventional dermatological idiocies, these may also address even bigger ones, that "homeopathy is nothing other than over-diluted placebos," and the notorious "snake oil."

Case #5

But if there are still any doubters left out there about whether these children, including a 14-day-old infant, all fell for some black magic spell of a placebo effect, I was advised, years ago, to add D.V.M to my professional titles, by Mr. and Mrs. C, following the FCT cure of their beloved cat, Bumpy, from a severe skin disease.

The good citizen, Bumpy, was suffering from a mysterious condition diagnosed by his DVM as either allergic, neurologic, or psychiatric, or who knows, due to Bumpy pulling out his hair in bunches, making himself look like a moving chessboard. The consistent blasts, by his vet, of prednisone, did little to reduce Bumpy's efforts to sustain such an exotic hairstyle. But after bio-resonance testing indicating that Bumpy's real problem was heavy parasitic infestation of his gut, his enthusiasm as a chess fan has vanquished; and his skin returned to its original respectful look.

A Detailed Conclusion

With the premise that cats don't lie and FCT does work, this presentation concludes itself.

P.S. Our next FCT training event is on May 4th-5th, 2018. Come and learn, you won't regret it.

by Savely Yurkovsky, MD

Savely Yurkovsky, MD, a pediatrician, internist, and cardiologist, has evolved a novel medical model that interfaces important knowledge from biology, medicine, toxicology, and physics. Its primary focus is on the most important aspect of chronic diseases--its causes--along with the most effective diagnostic and therapeutic means to address these. This has transformed the often-imprecise medical interventions into a far more effective, exact, and predictable science. He has founded a teaching organization, "SYY Integrated Health Systems, Ltd.," which provides training in this medical system under the concept of FCT[R], Field Control Therapy. This concept as medicine of the future was suggested by Professor Emeritus of Materials Science at Stanford University, William A Tiller, PhD. Dr. Yurkovsky has presented FCT at many professional symposia in both the US and Europe, including the annual Bio-terrorism 2005 conference: "Unified Science & Technology for Reducing Biological Threats & Countering Terrorism" with affiliation to the Homeland Security Office and Harvard Medical School, among others. Dr. Yurkovsky has been nominated for the prestigious Bravewell Leadership Award for "significant contributions to the field of medicine" and "compelling vision for the future of medicine," in 2005. He has authored numerous articles and the book, The Power of Digital Medicine that was endorsed by prominent scientists from MIT, Columbia, and Stanford Universities and contributed a chapter on homeopathy to the textbook of Integrative Gastroenterology edited by the Chief of Integrative Gastroenterology department at Johns Hopkins University medical school, Gerard Mullin, MD. Dr. Yurkovsky maintains a private practice with a cause-based approach to diseases, covering these from pediatrics to geriatrics, located in Chappaqua, New York.

Case #1:

A bit of an interesting pre-history to these photos. The parents, and particularly the mother, were advised to have several more FCT sessions, in order to assure better health for their future child. While the father, who had extremely low sperm count, had it completely restored on FCT, while fertility 'specialists' were blank concerning its causes, the mom started FCT later, underwent a gradual removal of mercury fillings, and still remained toxic with mercury and rampant candidiasis. However, fertility assembly lines, as all fast-food medicine, do attract by their speedy gratification; and the mom opted for it, out of FCT and in rather bad spirits over my being a messenger with unpleasant-to-the-ear news. However, some time later, I was contacted by her, with the real unhappy message that, unfortunately, the begotten child, through fertility tubes, has been ailing, from, virtually, day one. By the time of his office visit, the boy, of just 14 days old, has already failed on the treatments of his pediatrician and a dermatologist, consisting of cortisone and antifungal and antibiotic ointments, prescribed for his entire body that was covered in a monstrous-looking rash. His general health was just as bad, as he was quite lethargic and anorexic. After bio-resonance testing established severe Candida and staphylococcal infections, with the underlying mercury toxicity in his skin and lymphatics, as well as kidneys being clogged by mercury, the appropriate remedies went to work and completely cured him within days' time.

Case #2:

A case of ringworm in an eight-year-old girl disappeared promptly after a remedy prepared off its cause, ringworm, was administered.

Case #4:

As logical as it may sound that autoimmune diseases, such as vitiligo, in this case, are all due to bad genes, this speculation did not hold much weight in this case, either. Bio-resonance testing established mercury and other metal toxicity in this boy's immune organs and skin, with the appropriate remedies successfully addressing these. As a reminder, the science of epigenetics also lists environmental pollutants as triggering autoimmune processes in the absence of autoimmune genes.

Case #3:

In this 12-year-old boy's case, skin rash was primarily due to mercury toxicity and completely cleared on the treatment. As a side bonus, his severe, formally diagnosed PANDAS, with hundreds of tics a day, headaches, fatigue, depression, and fears for years, has been completely healed too. The penicillin mode from the hands of a PANDAS specialist-immunologist, in the way of intravenous and oral antibiotics, had failed prior. The causes for his PANDAS were determined by bio-resonance testing and consisted of mercury, lead, and thallium toxicities, strep, Lyme, worms and Candida infections, plus our daily EMFs (electromagnetic fields), all affecting his brain. Just to note, shortly preceding the cure, his originally suppressed diaper rash had returned! And when it did, both the very patient, intelligent parents and I knew that this was the good news of the very last morbid layer in his disease returning to the surface and manifesting true restoration of health, preceding the cure.
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Title Annotation:Field Control Therapy
Author:Yurkovsky, Savely
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Date:Apr 1, 2018
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