Dr. Dmytro Klokol
Dr. Dmytro Klokol
Head of Medical Advisory Board
I have completed my Medical Degree in 1990’s in Eastern Europe. Immediately after graduating Medical University I joined a post-graduate specialization in General Surgery and slightly later I was also trained in minimally-invasive surgery and surgical endoscopy. Parallel to the hospital practice I was deeply engaged in a medical clinical research that resulted in my PhD degree in Surgery, which I completed in the Institute of Emergency and Reconstructive Surgery (Academy of Medical Sciences, UA). Upon completion of PhD degree, I became an Associate Professor at the Department of Surgery and was even offered a post of the Depute Dean of Foreign Medical Faculty. However, I always had a special interest in Aesthetic, Anti-aging Medicine, minimally-invasive, Stem cell research and Cell Therapy and staff like that.
Later, in 2009 I moved out to continue my work and research in South-east Asia. Over the years of work in Asia apart from busy clinical practice, I presented in multiple medical conferences and congresses, conducted workshops, seminars and professional training for doctors. In 2013 Japanese Society of Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic Surgery gave me grant and brought me to Japan to participate in their Annual meeting and present results of our study. I always belonged to the team that was trying our best to be the First and the Best in what we do. I greatly value the years I spent working as part of the wonderful team of glorious Hospital of Queen Elizabeth.
I always believed that in curing people principle of Ablata causa tollitur effectus, as ancient Latin’s used to say, is primarily important. That is what sometimes contemporary medicine is forgetting about. We need to pay more attention to the actual root of the disease, its cause. And, once we eliminate it we have more chances for success. It is vitally important to give the body best chances for self-healing and self-recovery as well. When we cease the cause, we cease the effect.
We believe that future belongs to regenerative and preventive medicine that also employs biological natural remedies. It is also well expressed by quote of Terence McKenna who said, “Nature loves courage. You make the commitment and nature will respond to that commitment by removing impossible obstacles. Dream the impossible dream and the world will not grind you under, it will lift you up.”
The words below belonging to a great Dutch doctor Hermann Boerhaave inspire me.
He who doth with the greatest exactness imaginable, weigh every individual thing that shall or hath hapned to his Patient, and may be known from the Observations of his own, or of others, and who afterwards compareth all these with one another, and puts them in an opposite view to such Things as happen in a healthy State; and lastly, from all this with the nicest and severest bridle upon his reasoning faculty riseth to the knowledge of the very first Cause of the Disease, and of the Remedies fit to remove them; He, and only He deserveth the Name of a true Physician. – Hermann Boerhaave (31 Dec 1668 – 23 Sep 1738)
Dr Dmytro views on BRM and practising medicine of the future today at EW Group
Medicus curat, Natura sanat morbus
(Physician treats, Nature cures)
A book by Prof. Dr. Mike Chan and Dr. Dina Tulina
Published by Matador, Troubador.co.uk, London – Medical Research: ISBN 978-1-80313-118-4
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological disease that affects millions of people worldwide. Currently, the causes of MS are still unclear and the cure of MS remains symptomatic, while the effectiveness of treatment varies widely among individuals. The clinical features and neurological defects derived from this progressive neurological disease are diverse since MS may affect the human central nervous system (CNS) at all levels from the brain to hen end of the spinal cord. Immunopathogenesis of MS involves many steps, including activation of peripheral leucocytes against putative CNS antigens, activated leucocytes with inflamed cerebral endothelial cells, the migration of activated lymphocytes and macrophages through the endothelium to the CNS environment, and further propagation of a massive immune response within the CNS, Such large-scale immune activation leads to loss of the myelin-oligodendrocyte complex. Various types of immune cells and mediators of the immune-inflammatory response actively contribute to the pathogenesis of MS. Genetic factors are also thought to play a central role in the development of most forms of MS. Axonal degeneration and neuronal loss are the core components of irreversible and permanent CNS atrophy and disability in MS.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the current MS situation as researchers try to understand the process and develop treatments that can slow or stop the disease, possible repair the damage, alleviate specified symptoms, and improve the abilities of MS patients to function in everyday life. Various biological holistic approaches have been shown to slow disease progression in some patients, and the recovery rate of cellular mechanism in the brain and spinal cord has been accelerated, increasing the possibility of achieving complete balance of the disease state.
The panels review the background, focusing on novel strategies that are most likely to understand the biological mechanism of recovery and translate findings into alternative comprehensive approach to the MS management. The modality of such complementary therapies adds a new dimension, geared to further improvement in the management and sustain the acquired long-term results of MS. This books will necessary to MS researchers, research funder, healthcare advocate MS research and treatment, and interested patients and their families.
A book by Prof. Dr. Mike Chan and Prof. Dr. Yuriy Nalapko
Published by Matador, Troubador.co.uk, London – Medical Research: ISBN 978 1838592 509
Human Cell Membrane Therapy explores the theoretical and practical dimensions of improving service provision on majority of the diseases caused by cell damage. This readable and well-structured book is based on the reviews of current scientific publications on cellular membranes, its chemical structure and changes in many diseases. This monograph opens the new overview of the concepts of cell membranes therapy.
Detailed role of phosphatidylcholine as the principal component of the cell membranes is described. Among the important issues discussed are Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, atherosclerosis, fatty liver disease, diabetes mellitus etc. The final chapter evaluated progress in the use of PlaqX – phosphatidylcholine-based substance, which is able to restore the cell membranes and provide significant health improvement. This detailed review and authors experience will be of value to anyone with an interest in the area of regenerative, biomolecular, and anti-aging medicine.
Professor Dato’ Sri Dr. Mike KS Chan is one of the pioneers of cellular and cell membrane therapy in Europe and Asia since the early 1980’s. He founded and spearheaded one of the world’s largest researches for bio-molecular medicine based in Switzerland and Germany with presence in almost 80 countries globally. He conducted more than 1,000 lectures, seminars and symposiums worldwide across more than 60 countries in the field of anti-aging, cell regeneration, regenerative medicine and stem cell therapies.
Dr. Yuriy Nalapko is academician and practical doctor in anesthesiology and intensive care. One of the areas of his scientific interests is longevity and a cell functioning in different diseases. His Philosophy Degree dissertation was devoted to the intensive care of brain injury patients. Last time he pays his attention to the cell membranes and the different methods of its structural and functional corrections. He considers the cell membrane therapy as the important component of the regenerative medicine and biomolecular therapy.
Published by Matador, Troubador.co.uk, London – Medical Research: ISBN 978 1838590 116
Author/s: Prof. Dr. Mike Chan and Prof. Dr. Dmitry Klokol
In most of the doctors’ perception the term ‘regenerative medicine’ is associated with tissue reconstruction after severe injuries, burns or trauma. And that is absolutely correct except the fact that tissues and organs deteriorate and lose their function not only due to mechanical or physical damage, but as a result of chronic diseases, inflammation, age-related degeneration as well as genetic abnormalities and cellular dysfunction. The profound understanding of tissue morphology on the cellular level and studying of the ontogenesis open magnificent opportunities to restoration of structural and functional integrity of human organism.
Throughout centuries scientists and healthcare practitioners were in a constant pursuit of longevity—from Avicenna and Paracelsus to Brown-Sequad, Serge Voronoff and Paul Niehans. Not so long ago, in 1990’s, when the term regenerative medicine was tailored by Dr. Leland Kaiser and propagated by William Haseltine it was considered to be a medicine of the Future, «a new branch of medicine will develop that attempts to change the course of chronic disease and in many instances will regenerate tired and failing organ systems», as Dr. Leland Kaiser described it. A new hope spurred up that almost any condition can be at least improved if not cured by means of regenerative medicine, including those cases where conventional medicine is powerless or ineffective.
The Future Dr. Kaiser was talking about is certainly a Present today. Though relatively small amount of practitioners are aware of today’s regenerative medicine capabilities and many still consider it more like science fiction.
This book reveals concepts and protocols of successful approach to regenerative medicine by means of stem cell therapy. It also highlights important aspects of manufacturing and culturing of cell therapy products and administration of different types of stem cells in various systemic disorders.
Published by Matador, Troubador.co.uk, London.Medical Research: ISBN 978 1789015 249
Author/s: Prof. Dr. Mike Chan and Prof. Dr. Dmitry Klokol
With the arise of chronic, age and lifestyle-related illnesses, overwhelming stress, toxins and pollution, the society began to value more aspects of personal health than mere physical symptoms – the balance and harmony of mind, spirit and body. The society came to realization that it is not enough to eliminate the symptoms of the disease or even to treat the core of the illness. In most of the cases, the end of hospital treatment of the disease is only the beginning of the actual struggle for the patient. Whatever considered to be an accomplished mission from the point of view of medical protocol is only the beginning of the battle for the patient, which he, often left alone, not necessarily wins.
Our experience in research and practice in various parts of Europe and Asia has brought us to conclusion that best definition for the term “biological medicine” is – “common sense medicine”. These therapeutic paradigms are developed, employed and practiced by European Wellness Centers (EWC) – a global network of institutions tied up by the concept of European Biological Wellness. Our philosophy does not support mechanistic approach to the patient but encourages holistic care, promotes therapies stimulating healing and regeneration, and puts wellness as a corner stone of the intended outcomes. Another two integral components of Biological Wellness are maximal safety of the therapeutic modalities and its compatibility with conventional medicine.
Therapeutic paradigms of European Wellness are built on the platform of classical medicine taught and practiced all over Europe. Years spent on gaining experience and collaborating with most prominent European doctors and precise selection of fine treatment modalities from certain Asian traditional medical systems allowed us to formulate a unique system of Biological Wellness that to our knowledge does not have analogues up to date. The core of European Biological Wellness contains principles of biological medicine, which states that the human body is inherently capable of self-healing, and these abilities depend on anatomical, physiological, mental and spiritual balance. Once any component of this integral system is compromised, the occurring imbalance results in the development of disease. While conventional medicine predominantly identifies and emphasizes on symptoms and certain links of pathogenesis, our way of biological wellness, addresses the underlying causes of disease and acts concurrently with any existing treatment, modulates and balances the entire organism and directs it to effective healing and recovery.
The main objective of the book is to offer to the medical community effective holistic diagnosis, detoxification, biological repair and rejuvenation based on the individual needs of the persons and taking into consideration the health status and medical conditions. The book also provides specialized Biological wellness, recovery, and performance enhancement programs for athletes,elderly people, individuals with various untreatable illnesses and congenital disorders with the purpose of improving their general condition and facilitating their primary treatment.
Member of the International Society of Interdisciplinary Anti-aging Medicine and completed Advanced Course of Facial Aesthetic Rejuvenation (AMWC, Colombia). In 2016 underwent training and certification in Complementary Therapies in General Medicine, Cancer treatment and Aesthetics (Germany); holds a Certificate of Good Clinical Practice awarded by American National Institute of Health (USA); a Board member of International Association of Cell Therapy (Switzerland) and International Society of Stem Cell Transplantation (USA), a Member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Allergy and Immunology (USA), and a master-level degree in Regenerative Medicine from EU University.
An author of three books and two more in editing and more than 60 articles.
At present time has entirely dedicated his professional career and personal interests to advocating wellness and healthy life-style, and doing research on pharmaco-chemistry, biomolecular therapy, and ethnobotany. A Head of the Medical Advisory Board of Stellar Biomolecular Research (Germany) and a Chief Medical Director European Wellness Centers International Group.