• 100 HARLEY STREET, London, England

IHT Specialists


    Dr. Tamara Voronina

  •      Consultant Endocrinologist
  •      Intermittent Hypoxia Training Consultant
  •      The London Neurology and Pain Clinic
  •      100 Harley Street, London, W1G 7JA
  •      Email: tv@iht.clinic
  •      www.tvrejuvenation.com

The first time I heard about Intermittent Hypoxic Training IHT was in 1978 at a conference for research into: how to prepare astronauts for space. The conference was about Adaption Medicine in various types of environments - “Ecological Physiological Mechanisms of Adaptation” in Moscow.

The information for revolutionary! IHTs vast range of benefits from sporting athletes, anti ageing, cell regeneration, to treating patients post chemo, radiotherapy as rehabilitation therapy. This was the start of my personal passion to further study and research into IHT, which led me to integrating IHT into all my treatments. The results I have experienced over the years have been ground breaking and I am proud that iIntermittent hHypoxic training has been recognised as now a Nobel Prize winning method, and have achieved the acknowledgement and credibility it has long deserved.

To this day there is only are only as many as 30/ 40 medical scientist, doctors around the globe specialising in the incredible methods and studies. Over the last 40 years the IHT method has development from astronaut training and adaptation to giving the average person vast benefits in sport performance, anti ageing, and medical treatment.

IHT has been given incredible possibility to cure diseases that are considered incurable by conventional medicine. Inflammation, Alsymers, Depression………., to name a few.

1996 in London I bought my first breathing machine from Kiev, which weighed 100 kg and took up the space of an entire room, costing £800, the device that was divided into oxygen and nitrogen and a very heavy compressor, it needed to be carefully monitored by someone with vast experience. The design of the IHT machine has come a long way, now weighing 20 kg with multiple features, monitors, safety sensors and the chance for the person breathing to monitor their own progress and any physician with basic training to be able to adapt the methods to reach optimum effects.

In my medical practice I had a patient with epilepsy, another patient with heart artery problem, atypical paralyse, absess of lungs, he had antibiotic treatment without success. Patients with diabetes, hyperthyroidism and severe psoriasis. 10 days to 4 months of IHT patients see a 60% to full recovery.

If implemented correctly IHT does miracles.

To check types of IHT and its history please check HYPOXIC TRAINING and HISTORY.