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Interview with Dr Bedrosyan

Miércoles, 15 Agosto 2012 22:16   |   Escrito por 
Onnik Merdinyan

Dr Bedrosyan, could you, please, introduce yourself to our readers?

My name is Anna Hachik Bedrosyan. I have lived in Varna, Bulgaria, ever since I was born. I received my MD qualification in 1975 and I have been in practice since then.

What is your background in terms of medical education, experience, and practice?

I have worked mostly at the front line, so to speak: in the Cardiology Unit of the Emergency Department and later in the Cardiology Department of Varna Marine Hospital. For several years I was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine. I worked for 10 years as a mainstream GP under the Government Health Fund. At present, I have a medical practice of my own.

What types of patient come to your practice?

I like treating patients with a variety of diseases. I find that having to face different symptoms improves my way of thinking. I can gradually see the relationships between the various diseases.

Nonetheless, I still work primarily with patients with cardiovascular diseases: the heart being my favourite field in medicine. In the recent years I have worked with a lot of osteoporosis cases, in terms of its diagnosis, as well as treatment.

Dr Bedrosyan, what is your approach to healing as a whole?

I try to consider each patient individually and I never hesitate to ask my colleagues with greater experience in any given field.

Generally speaking, I like talking with my patients. I try to adjust their attitude in such a way that they are positive towards the necessary treatment and that they believe in its beneficial effects. I explain to them that if they approach something with trust and faith, success will not be far away. I hope that this helps in my work.

How did you find out about coMra-Therapy?

I learned about coMra-Therapy in 2010. It was introduced to me by an acquaintance of mine who works for RLT. At that time I already had some experience with non-invasive devices, and in particular, I had seen the positive effects of infra-red light.

How do you feel about coMra-Therapy? Can you share your experience with coMra-Therapy and the Delta Laser in your practice, some aspects and specific cases?

When I familiarised myself with how the Delta Laser works I was convinced that it will do an even better job. At the moment my use of coMra is not as extensive as I would like. The reason for this is that many people find it hard to believe that the treatment may show good results.

However, my experience is that when patients try coMra once, they come back again and their feedback is very positive. For example, I have a patient with gonarthrosis. For two years now this patient has come for one course of treatments each spring and autumn, and she suffers no pain in her knees between the courses. I would like to especially mention one case of a patient diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Unfortunately, the typical deformations are already present, notably of his palms. Regular and consistent treatement with the Delta Laser has brought so much improvement that at the moment the patient’s medication has been reduced to 1 pill per day. The patient feels well and works actively. For the duration of coMra-Therapy, that is, for a year and a half now, he has had no relapses.

Has coMra-Therapy changed your approach as a doctor and more specifically how does this reflect in the doctor-patient relationship?

coMra-Therapy has affected my relationships with my patients. The doctor-patient connection has grown closer – patients have started sharing more of their problems, and with some of them we widen the parameters of treatments. In general the work with the patients is a difficult process – gaining their trust takes skill and the right approach. But it is far from impossible. I hope that with time more people will start believing in the advantages of coMra-Therapy and will start accepting it with greater trust. Of course, this does not imply ignoring allopathic treatment. It simply means searching for the best combination of both methods, so that the unnecessary may be reduced.

These are the things I wanted to share. I would like to discover deeper insights into how this treatment works in order to be able to apply it more successfully. I would be glad to hear the experiences of other colleagues working with coMra-Therapy.

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During my life I have gone through a number of changes and stages, and these eventually led me to friends who share common ideas and principles. I have always been interested in how the world works, in how life works, as well as asking what are life and friendship. My search led me to Théun Mares, the founder of RLT. I was attracted by his warmth and his uncompromising honesty, which for me are the marks of a true friend. Our interactions and our work together helped me to clarify my knowledge, and also to see that life is a system of relationships that is completely interdependent, interactive and interconnected. I already had some knowledge of this, but I did not know how to use it in a life-supportive way. As a result of our interactions I found my direction, and this has led me, together with all my friends who share my approach to life, to coMra–Therapy.