Testimonials

Client Testimonials

Dear Dr Randhawa,

I hope all is well with you. I am writing to let y ou know that my health situation is excellent following ECP. I feel ten years younger. I walk quickly for at least an hour a day and have continued to lose weight. At the start of ECP is was 87 kg, and at the end was 84. I am now approaching 79kg. ECP has not only made me feel younger: it has stimulated me in other ways, and I don't just mean cognitive. The cognitive test results look encouraging but I shall wait until the end of November for the statistics.

By the way have the photos arrived?
I look forward to hearing from you.
Anthony

Dear Dr Randhawa,
Greetings: I hope all is well with you.

I am writing to bring you up to date with my health situation. About two months ago I became aware of a dull ache in the left chest (roughly behind the left nipple). As I was due to have a routine follow up consultation with the cardiologist I brought his attention to the acheand he arranged for a CT scan. It was because I had to wait for the results of this that I was unable to come over for Sunil's wedding. Anyhow the scan showed that there was nothing wrong with the coronaries. The cardiologist was of the opinion that the ache was probably cause by a minor abnormality of the hear muscle. I suspect it may have something to do with my enlarged left ventricle. Anyhow I have ceased to give any further thought. It was a great disappointment to me that I could not come over for the wedding.

In every other respect my health is excellent. After ECP I felt considerably younger and fitter, and this has continued. I have been very careful with my diet and my weight has stabilised at about 71 Kg. I have joined a gym, and walk for an hour every day. Coming to the hospital put me right in so many ways, and I will do my best not to slip back. I have you to thank for the treatment and encouragment you gave to me. Thanks.

I am still doing the cognitive exercises. I sent you the figures for the period ending 30th November, but I am not sure if they reached you. I have a feeling that I did not send to dr7randhawa. If you don't have these figures and would like them (together with the update to the end of February. Please let me know.

Incidentally, as ECP is so bound up with improving blood flow it occurred to me that it may have a bearing on treatments for erectile dysfunction. From my own point of view I am sure that it does, but, of course I cannot prove it. Have any of your patients commented on this to you? It would be a marvellous additional selling point for ECP.

Kindest regards to you and all at the hospital.
Anthony

Dear Dr Randhawa,

Hope this email finds you and all your team in good health.

It has already been two years since my father underwent EECP so I am planning to bring him for a follow up. This week or the beginning of next week will be more appropriate for us so can you pls let me know whether you will be available during this time. I will arrange our travel as per your suggestion. Looking forward to hear from you.

With very best wishes,
Ishana

Dear Dr. Randhawa,

I hope you are very well. Really, we would like on behalf of my father, all family members, relatives & friends in Sudan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, USA and others living in different parts of the world and all people who know my father would like to express our sincere thanks and acknowledgement very deep from our heart wishing you all the best in your life for what you have done to our father Mr Sayed EL Haj.

Your hospitality, kindness, and great care are highly appreciated. You cannot imagine the feelings of our father who is narrating his story to every body from the first day of arrival at Randhawa Hospital and his improvement day by day until he finished his EECP & AMT. This incredible treatment which is not available in any part of the world.

Dr Randhawa is very generous, kind, faithful who makes dreams come true. The words cannot express the actual feeling towards all the efforts you have done to our father. Many thanks to you and kind regards.

Sammani, Samia and all relatives & friends of Sayed EL Haj
***PS
I am willing to guide all patients on the benefits of EECP+AMT and as to why Randhawa Hospital is the best in the world.
Email: sammanig@hotmail.com

Dear Dr Randhawa,

I am sorry I wasn't able to say a personal farewell to you on my last day in Amritsar, but I want to thank you for all you did for me during my stay. I look upon you not only as my doctor but also as my friend.

I also want to say thank you to all the staff at the hospital, who were especially kind to me. You have great people working for you.

Now that I am back I feel ten years younger, and considerably fitter more able to cope with the weather here. It's fairly cold, and soon there will be frosts - not at all like the delightful sunshine in Amritsar.

I will try to build on the magnificent start you have given me in my rejuvenation.

I will contact you when I have compiled the cognitive statistics for October and November. I have high hopes that the figures will show an improvement. I certainly feel more bright and alert, but such things are so subjective.

Thank you once again for a really transforming experience.
Tony (Anthony)

Dear Dr Randhawa,

I hope all is well with you. I am writing to let y ou know that my health situation is excellent following ECP. I feel ten years younger. I walk quickly for at least an hour a day, and have continued to lose weight. At the start of ECP is was 87 kg, and at the end was 84. I am now approaching 79kg. ECP has not only made me feel younger: it has stimulated me in other ways, and I don't just mean cognitive. The cognitive test results look encouraging but I shall wait until the end of November for the statistics.

By the way have the photos arrived?
My own mobile number is: 07527049679
I look forward to hearing from you.
Anthony

Hi Doctor,

It is sometime since we have spoken so an update is in order. Things are going well with my health. My angina and chest pressure is there, but at much lower levels than before the ECP. I can play table tennis without experiencing angina, and I can walk up steep hills in the area here without discomfort.

If I walk uphill after a large meal I don't have to stop, but I do feel some tingling extending to my arms.

With jogging, I can jog further and I do finish feeling a lot better than before but there is some pressure there. I am trying not to push the jogging too hard - my jogging circuit involves a 400m uphill jog to start, and my GP says that is too tough for my age and condition. I don't know and with a possible septal hypertrophy condition I have been very wary about tough exercise. (By "tough" I mean exercise in the range where I experience significant pressure and pain in my chest.) My GP advises me to keep it in the zone where I am comfortable - below the discomfort level.

I have seen my Cardiologist and he seemed very pleased with my condition (ie especially with the ECP - he has ordered a machine - first in Australia I believe.) I showed him your echo results and he said it was difficult to compare those directly with his, since the methods and machines used were different. He complimented you for the quality and thoroughness of your work. He ordered another echo here. The results showed that the septal hypertrophy was not serious, and he classed my echo result as generally good. This has been a very great relief to me - another condition to deal with was not what I wanted. (If you are interested I can scan his report and email it to you - please let me know.)

The Cardiologist was impressed with your attention to medication, and after reviewing the list told me to keep on it. He said I could probably go back to the daily nitrate (as you suggested). This was before the echo cardiogram conducted here. I have tried that but stopped it due to frequent headaches.

Now, since the septal hypertrophy does not appear to be as serious as first thought, both my GP and cardiologist seem happier with this course of action.

Best regards to you and your staff,
John Clayton

Dear Doc!

I safely got home.Still no problem with my health.I walk 45 min. every day on a beach,it is much more difficult to walk on a sand.BP 115/65 some times 130/70 but it doesnt reach 140 or higher.On Monday I have to get back to work-holidays are over! We have all meds that You recomended Omega-3 even 1000 mg so it will be no interruption in course of treatment. Everybody says that I look great, funny enough, my weight in SA 67-68 kg. Now my goal--64-65 kg.Send my regards to all Your crew.I wish Your business be a success BG
From

Dr Boris Godunov

Dear Ron,

I am 60 years of age, and until last September I firmly believed that I was Peter Pan. But then the breath got shorter, and I found myself one day, taking shop window rests on the way to see my local Bulgarian doctor. There followed a mishap in December where I ended up in a local Sofia hospital, suspected of having a heart attack. Not true, and followed by some basic horse doctoring, I finally; and earlier this year, ended up looking at my heart through a TV monitor. Cardiologist Prof. Finkov said the words triple bypass,' and my response was: ' no bloody way, I am too young!' So it was time to hit the Internet.

In passing, I have quite a lot of respect for certain Eastern European doctors, but with some reservations. My experience comes from the fact that I help to run a medical aid organization, in my spare time, but they have many technical and personal biases, unfortunately carved in ex-communist granite.

That is how I discovered EECP, and looked at the various clinics in UK, Europe, US, and the rest of the world. Finally, coming up with the Randhawa Hospital. Because I was due for a break, and Dr. Randhawa and I seemed to strike up a rapport in our E-mails, I decided to go to India; a matter which I will never regret.

The EECPtreatment ,I was apprehensive about in the beginning, became easy after a very few days, and the holistic view of my condition evident by the medical control, exercise and moral support. Great people, and an interesting place - Amritsar was a very good choice, both entertaining, spiritual, and educational. Now with a an average BP of 115/70, diabetes totally under control, weight down to 74 kilo's - four to go - I get about as before, and work with ease, although I occasionally get tired in the afternoon, and have been known to have a nap.

I hope that this has encouraged you to consider Randhawa Hospital, because - if you are anything like me - you will not only be feeling better, but taking away some very fond memories.

Rgs,
Patrick.

Dear Patrick,

I hope very much that this letter finds you well and happy… and that you can respond with just a few words. I am a Canadian and am planning to go to India for EECP. This concerns your letter of recommendation which is published in the Randhawa Hospital (Brochure) in Amritsar India.

My question is Very simple…is all that you write in there ‘foreign patient review’ correct? (Without any of there own exaggerations???) I would be tremendously thankful for your response. (Even if its only a ‘yes’ or ‘no’!)

Thank you …thank you millions!

Very sincerely,
Walter Malof

  • Logo1
  • Logo2
  • Logo3
  • Logo4
  • Logo5
  • Logo6
  • Logo7
  • Logo1
  • Logo2
  • Logo3
  • Logo4
  • Logo5