Dr. Khalid claims his handy device I.Doc can cure 3000 ailments

BY M. M. ALAM
PHOTOS” SHOAIB SHAHRAM
VOICE OVER: SYEDA MAHNOOR NIZAMI

NEWSPAKISTAN.TV EXCLUSIVE

KARACHI: Singapore-based Dr. Muhammad Ali Khalid, after prolonged research, has invented a portable frequency device, that he calls I.DOC. He claims I.DOC can cure 3000 ailments in human body.

“In Singapore, where the device has a success rate of over 90%, it costs around Rs. 300,000/-. But here in Pakistan its price will be nominal so that maximum number of people could benefit from it”, said Dr. Khalid speaking vis-à-vis advent of Bio-Resonance Therapy (BRT) in Pakistan.

Still harboring on the subject of I.DOC Dr. Khalid said that adjusting the frequency one could get rid of minor maladies like sore-throat. It can also enhance memory …  and could be used to cure cancer.

As to how the method worked, Dr. Khalid said though cancer cells keep on mutating; it enhanced body’s immune system and indirectly destroyed cancer cells: “We can make cancer patients’ quality of life better”.

Further elaborating BRT he said: “It is an advanced alternative method of treatment via biological frequencies. It is a non-invasive and non-drug treatment that works through frequencies. As it works based on biological – the physics of the body – rather than biochemistry, practitioners do not need to use any medications”.

Dr. Khalid is of the view that energy generated at sub-atomic level can cure human diseases:  “A specific frequency is being generated by normal and abnormal cells. If we can measure and regulate this highly specific energy, we can cure all diseases. I treat without medicine with specific frequency explained”.

He claimed when a patient with 22cm spleen was treated for 6 weeks, his spleen size reduced by fifty percent: “With this therapy we can treat symptoms and diseases including parasites, hay fever and allergies, long-term illnesses, depression, smoking, weight gain, electronic smog, asthma, digestive problems, skin problems, gastrointestinal disorders, auto immune diseases, infections and neurological disorders”.

According to Dr. Khalid BRT is a safe and gentle mode of treatment hence it is suitable for children as well as sensitive patients. He had been using BRT on eczema patients too with 93% success rates: “Then Chinese often approach us with nose cancer. With a certain frequency we treat them by boosting their immune system”.

He further added: “BRT does not cure an illness, it assists the body to reduce its toxin or stress-load. It helps to restore self-regulation, the body’s ability to heal itself. It is best known for treating stress factors that may be due to environmental conditions”.

On the occasion a number of patients too were invited to talk: Azharuddin said that he had severe pain in the neck for long that got cured following six sessions; another patient who (despite MRI and excessive medicines) suffered from L4 and L5 said he was cured in 3 weeks following 12 sessions; Wajid Raza Isfahani who had a peculiar skin infection said his condition improved drastically just after a single session.

Claiming that he will make a difference in medical history Dr. Khalid stated: “I understand the medical way of treatment. It has its effects and versatility.  BRT is without medicine and injections. It is very effective in chronic ailments. It is noninvasive and without any side effects. My slogan is no medicines”.

He informed that BRT centers, established by him, have already been functioning very successfully in Russia, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam. Now Dr. Khalid  wants to introduce it in Karachi so that his countrymen could also benefit from this form of therapy: “Though we charge $120 per session in Singapore, here in Pakistan the fee will be something like  Rs.2000/- per session. Moreover, we will also be treating 20-30 patients free of charge. Our slogan is that we will be treating each and every patient. No matter the patient can pay or not”.

Though CEO of Panacea Wellness, Dr.  Muhammad Ali Khalid practices alternative mode of therapy utilizing BRT,    he an MBBS  registered with Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC).

Speaking about his professional schooling Dr. Khalid told: “After graduating from Allama Iqbal Medical College Lahore and serving as Medical Officer there, I got an opportunity to work in Cancer Department of Jinnah Hospital Lahore. I later was introduced to nuclear medicine in Shaikh Zayed Hospital”.  He later got BRT certifications from Moscow, Germany and Ukraine.

Dr. Khalid has so far penned seven books and his research articles on food and cancer, cancer prevention, health and happy life, we and nature etc. are regularly run by prestigious science journals.

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