These are the diseases in the organs and systemic diseases that I can treat.


It appears when the acidity of the body is so high that the pH value in the blood is less than 7.35. In normal situations, this value is between 7.35 and 7.45.


Pathology in which there is a deficit in the concentration of hemoglobin in the blood and/or in the hematocrit, which is generally accompanied by a low count of red blood cells (erythrocytes).

Angina pectoris

Circulatory disorder of the heart muscle derived from stenosis of the coronary arteries. When the heart muscle does not receive a sufficient supply of oxygen, the patient often experiences chest pain (angina pectoris syndrome).


It develops intermittently over time and extends over many years. It begins to appear in youth, and later atherosclerosis can later narrow the vessels due to deposits on their walls.

Bronchial asthma

Chronic inflammatory disease that affects the respiratory tract. In the case of asthmatic people, the airways of the lungs react to certain stimuli.

Acute bronchitis

It is an acute inflammation of the lower airways (such as the bronchi). It is usually caused by viruses and usually has no complications.

Chronic obstructive disease

Inflammatory lung disease that causes obstruction of air to the lungs. It is caused by frequent exposure to gauze or particles. Symptoms include shortness of breath, cough, runny nose, and tenderness.

Hepatic cirrhosis

It is the advanced stage or the final stage of different liver diseases that destroy the structure of this organ.


It is a metabolic disease characterized by increased blood glucose levels.


Common stomach disorder characterized mainly by the presence of discomfort in the upper abdomen.


It originates when a clot is carried by the bloodstream and abruptly blocks a blood vessel.

Pulmonary embolism

It occurs when a blood clot partially or completely blocks a vessel in the lung.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

It is a pathology that occurs when the reflux of gastric juices rises from the stomach to the esophagus, producing uncomfortable symptoms for the patient.


It is characterized by infrequent defecation, less than three times a week, and hard stools that only allow a difficult and sometimes painful evacuation.


It is a very common pathology, which is defined as an inflammation of the gastric mucosa. A chronic form is distinguished from an acute form that can occur with or without symptoms and whose fundamental difference is the duration of the disorder.

Stomach flu

It is an inflammation of the intestinal tract (stomach and intestine) that usually causes diarrhea and vomiting. It is usually caused by an infection, eating spoiled food, or even stress.


It is a metabolic disorder. Its distinctive feature is that too much uric acid accumulates in the blood (hyperuricemia) and increases the deposits of uric acid crystals in joints, bursae or synovial bags and internal organs.

Arterial hypertension

It is a chronic disease that is widespread worldwide. Frequently, patients are not aware of this, since arterial hypertension does not usually present with symptoms in its beginnings. However, high blood pressure values cause damage to the body.


In hyperthyroidism, the thyroid gland produces more hormones than the body needs. This causes an excess production of thyroid hormones which, in turn, stimulates metabolic processes.


This condition causes no symptoms in the early stages, but over time it can cause obesity, joint pain, infertility, and heart problems.

Fatty liver

It is a multifactorial metabolic disorder that derives from the accumulation of fat (macrovesicular steatosis) in the healthy liver unrelated to alcohol consumption.

Stroke (cerebral effusion)

Stroke can be caused by a sudden blockage of a blood vessel in the brain (cerebral thrombosis or cerebral embolism) or by bleeding in the brain. In both cases, the affected brain tissue does not receive enough oxygen and dies.

Myocardial infarction

It develops due to the blockage of a blood vessel of the heart (coronary artery or a branch of these). These vessels supply oxygen and nutrients to the heart.

inflammation of the thyroid gland

It can be limited to a certain area (focal) or extended (diffuse) by the tissue of the thyroid gland. Possible causes of acute thyroiditis can be bacterial or viral infections.


It is the most common infectious disease and appears, above all, during the cold months. Pneumonia is an infection of the lung caused by a pathogen.

Obesity and overweight

Globally, 23% of heart disease cases are attributed to overweight and obesity; and 44% of diabetes cases. In addition, obese people die 8 to 10 years earlier than those of normal weight.


It is an inflammation of the pancreas; it is actually a rare disease. Pancreatitis can occur acutely (suddenly as a single episode) or chronically (recurrent and long-lasting).

Low blood pressure (hypotension)

It refers to low blood pressure values that can lead to dizziness, tiredness and cold hands and feet. Apart from these symptoms, it does not have any other negative consequences for health.

Circulatory disorders

It can come on suddenly (acute) or very slowly (chronic). Disorders can affect numerous areas of the body: circulatory disorders of the extremities are common.


Disorder that causes constant sadness and loss of interest in performing various activities triggers emotional and physical problems. People with depression may feel that life is not worth living.


People with anxiety often experience intense worry and fear about everyday situations or situations that they cannot control. Sometimes the worry and fear is so intense that they have panic attacks.

Hepatic cirrhosis

It is the advanced stage or the final stage of different liver diseases that destroy the structure of this organ.


It is a severe, throbbing headache, usually on one side of the head. It presents with nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and sound. The discomfort can be so intense that it prevents normal activities.


Neurological disorder in which brain activity is altered, causing seizures, loss of behavior, and even loss of consciousness.

Parkinson’s disease

It is a progressive disease of the nervous system that affects movements. It begins almost imperceptibly, but in more advanced cases it causes noticeable repetitive movements, stiffness and/or decreased movement.

Acute heart failure

It occurs when the heart stops working properly. The heart is not able to pump enough blood into the circulation.

Chronic heart failure

Permanent inability of the heart to pump blood to the body. It presents symptoms such as accumulation of blood in the body and lungs, shortness of breath, swollen ankles, chest pain and cough.

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