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In the RTM system, diseases are new life values ​​that the body develops against the conditions that affect it. Evaluating these new values ​​in the "Source - Cause - Result" relationship, RTM aims at permanent healing with treatment plans for the infrastructure in the "source" part, which pushes the body to new values, instead of suppressing the "results" (symptoms of disease) in treatment.
Now in this context, we will see below some of the diseases of the body that have new life value. It would be appropriate to evaluate the diseases that are not here in the "source - cause - effect" relationship. Treatment processes are planned by knowing that many disease processes from cancer to allergies, from Parkinson's to MS are "results".

Addisons Disease

Addison's disease, which is rarely seen in the society but can be seen in all age groups and in all genders, is a disorder caused by the body's inability to produce certain hormones sufficiently. The incidence of the disease has been reported as 1 in 100,000.

Familial Mediterranean Fever

FMF (Familial Mediterranean Fever) stands for Familial Mediterranean Fever. It is an inherited disease characterized by recurrent high fever and painful inflammation of the abdomen, lungs and joints.

Amyloidosis Disease

Amyloidosis is a rare disease that causes dysfunction in organs with the accumulation of a fibrillar protein structure in organs and tissues.

Ankylosing spondylitis

Ankylosing spondylitis, known as spinal or lumbar rheumatism, is a painful and inflammatory type of rheumatism that mostly occurs at a young age and affects the joint between the spine and hipbone and the spine.


Hemorrhoids, medically known as hemorrhoids, are caused by the enlargement of the veins at the bottom of the anus and at the end of the anal canal. When the walls of the blood vessels here expand by stretching too much, the vessels may swell even more and sometimes protrude out of the anus as irritation.

Behcet s disease

Behçet's disease, also known as Behçet's syndrome, is a disease that develops due to a disorder in the immune system. This rare chronic disease causes inflammation of blood vessels in different parts of the body.

Herniated disc

It is a disease that occurs when the disc between the vertebrae, called the lumbar disc, is torn due to wear or stress, and the cartilage structure overflows and compresses the nerve roots.

Crohns Disease

Crohn's disease, which is an inflammatory disease, can occur in any part of the gastrointestinal tract, which is chronic and extends from the mouth to the anus.

Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is caused by the body's immune system's abnormal response to a substance called gluten.


There are different variants of Diabetes mellitus, which is called Diabetes Mellitus in medicine. In general, it is the situation where the sugar in the blood, that is, the glucose level rises above normal, and as a result, sugar is encountered in the urine, which is expected to contain no sugar under normal conditions.

Knee Calcification

Gonarthrosis, popularly known as calcification, is the name given to the loss of cartilage in the knee joint. Contrary to popular belief, there is a loss in the knee, not an accumulation.


Eczema is a very common condition that can be seen in all age groups, causing itching, redness and rashes on the skin.


Fibromyalgia is a type of soft tissue rheumatism that manifests itself with muscle and bone pain throughout the body and chronic pain at certain points.


Gastritis, a common term for types of gastroenteritis, is often caused by an infection of a type of bacteria that also causes stomach ulcers.


Inflammation of the nephrons, the functional unit of the kidney, is called Nephritis or kidney inflammation. When the kidneys become inflamed, they cannot effectively filter the blood in the body.

Graves Disease

Graves' disease, colloquially known as poisonous goiter, is an autoimmune disease defined as the body's immune system fighting against its own tissues.


Hypertension means high blood pressure. The condition of accepting blood pressure values ​​as hypertension may also vary from person to person and should be evaluated by a specialist physician.


Constipation, also known as constipation, can be expressed as difficult and insufficient defecation as a result of slowing bowel movements due to various reasons and thus hardening of the stool.


COPD, which stands for "Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease", is caused by permanent narrowing of the airways. It is in question that the air taken into the lungs by breathing cannot be easily expelled.

Chronic Cystitis Disease

Cystitis is a type of inflammation of the bladder that mostly occurs as a secondary effect of a urinary tract infection.


It is a clinical syndrome of throbbing headache attacks, which usually occurs unilaterally and can last for a few hours or even a few weeks.

Prostate Enlargement

The prostate is a gland located just below the bladder. The urinary canal passes through the prostate, whose main function is to secrete some of the fluid that makes up the semen.


Literally, reflux can be defined as the passage of fluids that should be in any organ to a different region.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic inflammatory rheumatism that mostly affects small joints such as hand and foot joints symmetrically, but can also affect large joints such as knees, hips and shoulders.

Ringworm Disease

Ringworm disease, whose medical name is Alopecia Disease, is a situation where the hair or hairs in the body are shedding in a short time and quickly.


Psoriasis, medically known as Psoriasis, is a skin disorder that causes skin cells to multiply much faster than normal, resulting in bumpy red patches covered with white scales on the skin.