Alexander Sztrasnij, MD
the author of Biosuggestive Therapy


for correction and treatment of
psychosomatic disorders  


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for Humanistic Technologies
and Alternative Therapy

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What is the method of Biosuggestive Therapy

        Biosuggestive Therapy (BST) is a patented method and highly effective tool used for reducing stress and anxiety, as well as treatment of the whole list of psycho-somatic disorders: overall tension, fatigue, insomnia, frequent headaches, digestive and even joints problems.
       BST (like the name suggests) combines techniques of verbal and non-verbal suggestions, as well as elements of guided meditation. Although currently sessions are held online, the “Bio” part implies human contact and interaction with the therapist and a participant or a group.
     The author of the BST method is Dr. Alexander Sztrasnij, Europe and Internationally trained psychotherapist with 40 years of clinical practice. Dr. Sztrasnij has been practicing BST method since 1995 and was able to successfully treat 20,000 patients in Hungary, Ukraine, USA and Austria.

                                   Benefits of BST

          The method is highly efficient – 95% people respond positively. Most people experience positive dynamics after 1 or 2 sessions.
Although the number of sessions per person is unlimited (as there are no known negative side effects) only 8 sessions are required to achieve desired result.
          High effectiveness of the method is combined with absolute safety and relatively lower cost per participant, compared to other existing therapy methods.
          Biosuggestive therapy sessions have a therapeutic effect not only on the patient but also on the therapist.
                               How this method works:

         A therapist interviews a participant identifying concern points and desired outcomes. The session can be held 1x1 or in a group format, with strict privacy guidelines.
       Part of the session is an 18-minute carefully and intentionally crafted voice recording accompanied by music. That recording is the essence of the method, where Dr. Sztrasnij combined best known to him therapeutic practices, condensed, and translated them to a very comprehensible text.  
       A session leaves a person with a warm and fuzzy feeling of being comfortable and being cared for, with every next session bringing improvements of their condition.
       The BST method had been backed up also by science. A series of documented medical and scientific research was conducted to verify the method’s effectiveness. In addition to the mentioned above psycho somatic disorders the BST method has proven to assist people suffering from dental anxiety.


        The method of Biosuggestive Therapy is recommended for use by the Crisis Center of Medical and Psychological Assistance at the Institute of Psychology of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine; The League of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Narcologists and Psychotherapists of Ukraine; Department of Military Psychology, Military Institute, Kiev National University (Ukrain);   Professional Hypnosis Training Institute (Poland).

                           Scientific verification

        Scientific verification of the Biosuggestive Therapy was done in the Department of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Narcology and Medical Psychology of Donets’k National Medical University, Kramators'k, Ukraine (the Head of Department is Osokina Olga, Doctor of Medical Science, Professor). The results of  verification were published in the "Ukrainian Bulletin of Psychoneurology" 2017. Volume 25, Issue 4 (93) 79 and in the scientific magazine "Medical Science of Ukraine" ISSN 1998-3719, ISSN 1998-3719, 2017, 1-2.
        Brief summary is the next.

          Possibilities of biosuggestive therapy in the correction of pain syndrome in psychoneurology and dentistry
       O. I. Osokina, O. A. Udod, B. B. Ivniev, S. V. Seleznova, H. H. Putiatin, S. H. Ushenin
       The article is devoted to the study of the structure of pain syndrome and the eff ectiveness of biosuggestive therapy for its correction at patients with psychoneurological and dental problems. The pain syndrome was studied using the McGill’s Pain Questionnaire (MPQ) among 148 respondents suffering from pain. Among them there were 72 patients with psychoneurological problems and 76 patients with dental problems. The authors studied the dynamics of pain intensity, and its sensory and emotional components. Patients of the main group, in contrast to the control group, noted a significant pain reduction according to the MPQ (p < 0.05) two hours after the biosuggestive therapy. These changes were most pronounced in patients with psychoneurological problems on the affective scale due to a decrease in the level of anxiety and irritability. The effectiveness of biosuggestive therapy in reducing the severity of pain syndrome in patients with both psychoneurological and dental problems was proved. The maximum changes were observed in the emotional component of the pain syndrome. These changes automatically led to the transformation of the sensory and subjective components of pain.

       Biosuggestive therapy in the treatment of dental phobia
      O.I. Osokina, A.A. Udod, B.B. Ivnev, S.G. Ushenin, G.G. Putyatin, T.V. Nesterenko, L.A. Stetcenko.
     Donetsk national medical university, Lyman, Ukraine; Kyiv Medical University, Kyiv, Ukraine
     Relevance. Fear of dental treatment - dentofobia - is an obsessive fear of visiting a dental office, a fear of the personality of the dentist and dental equipment. The fear of treatment at the dentist is the main reason that patients delay visits to a dentist, refuse treatment or self-medication using. Many people with dentofobia seek help only in urgent cases, for example, with severe pain syndrome or with an abscess.
     Objective: the estimation of influence of the method of biosuggestive therapy on the emotional state of patients in the dental profile by a dynamic evaluation of neurotic symptoms before and after a visit to the dentist.
       Material and methods. 92 respondents were examined: 43 men (46,7 %) and 49 women (53,3 %), aged from 25 to 62 years, who applied for dental care. Modification scale of the dental anxiety (MDAS) was used for self-assessment of anxiety level. The Hamilton scale (HAM-A) was used for an objective assessment of the severity of anxiety symptoms and the level of anxiety. The method of
biosuggestive therapy was used for the psychocorrection of anxiety. This method based on a combination of verbal and non-verbal suggestion in a light trance state. We used not only suggestion, but also other techniques: the contact of the palm of the therapist with the respondent’s body, induction, the corresponding setting of the voice, etc. The results were statistically processed.
     Results. According MDAS scale, clinically significant anxiety before a visit to the dentist was found in 82,6±4,0 % of patients. The anxious-hypochondriacal (38,1±7,5 %) and anxious-depressive (33,3±7,3 %) syndromes dominated. According the HAM-A scale, anxiety-phobic symptoms, sleep disorders, autonomic disorders and somatoform dysfunctions predominated in the structure of
neurotic symptoms with the primary involvement of the digestive system and the urinary system. The level of neurotic symptoms in women was more than in men (according the scale of HAM-A, 50±0,5 points and 38±0,8 points, respectively, p<0,05). After biosuggestion therapy, 92,9±4,0 % of patients noted subjective improvement in their emotional state and decrease of anxiety’s level.
According to the scale of HAM-A, in the main group showed a significant decrease in the severity of neurotic symptoms by 57,7±7,5 % of the baseline, while in the comparison group it was only 29,1±7,4 %, p<0,001.
     Conclusion. The method of biosuggestion therapy is effective and expedient for the normalization of emotional state of patients before a visit to a dentist.


             Alexander Sztrasnij M.D.
                                       psychotherapist, writer

Education:  Kiev Medical University;
                   Ukrainian Institute of Advanced Medical Studies;
                   Vietnam National Institute of Traditional Oriental Medicine;
                   Tavistok Model of Group Dynamic (San Rafael, USA);
                   International University Maharishi Aurved;
                   Hungarian School of Alternative Medicine
Main activities: practical work with patients; conducting workshops and courses of Biosuggestive Therapy. 
Has practical experience working as a lector and a healer in Hungary, Switzerland, USA, Austria, Poland, Ukrainian, Russia, Lithuania, Kazakstan.
Languages: fluent in English, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Russian; understand German.     
            Books: Manual of Self-regulations, From Illusions to Reality, The Secrets of Alternative Medicine, In a Healthy Body is Healthy Spirit, Dr. Shulavsky’s Stories, The Temple of Aphrodite, Ukrainian Mentality and others.

Books of Alexander Sztrasnij

Forditotta: Lendvai Endre   Kiadja: SHL Hungary Kft 1999;  EDGE 2000 kiado 2003

  The Secrets of Alternative Medicine  

    In the natural healing almost every body is an expert (like in razing children or in soccer) and even so it is surrounded by a mystical fog. Alexander Strashny shows that the natural healing requires rather deep knowledge and he opens his practice at the same time: come in, look around, watch my hand I am not cheating! 
The MD Natural Healer author emphasizes that the Healing is a result of a joint cooperation achieved by the Doctor and Patient. Sick and healthy should be equally prepared for the Natural Healing because we are personally responsible for the health of our body and soul. This book provides for this preparation a substantial help. It reviles the diagnostic and therapeutic methods of the Natural Healing (which partially can be conducted by the reader self) and shows the effectiveness of the Natural Healer Patient relation. Prof. Sandor Klein


        The Temple of Aphrodite

    This book is a mysterious love story between a Russian ballerina and an American TV reporter.
    Young ballerina of The Kiev Opera and Ballet theatre has decided to give up her theatre and to find happiness in Europe. The girl came in Austria (unfamiliar country for her) without money, without someone's support and didn't find there any work place. She did not follow the road of "woman of easy virtue", but could find a way out of a situation and make an outstanding career. However, the "woman of easy virtue", the priestess of The Temple of Aphrodite she was in one of her previous lives — in VI century BC, and events of that period of mankind's history are closely bound with her life and contemporary European events. Adventures occur in Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Florence, Kiev and in the ancient Greek city Borisfenos. 
    Novel’s plot line is fiction, but it based on real facts. 

Киев, "Факт", 2001 г.

Dr. Shulavsky’s Stories 

    This book contains 80 short stories curious students jokes, cases from practice, travels stories, unexpected love affaires and so on. 
Starting reading this book nobody could give it up.

  Український менталітет

          Ukrainian Mentality  

   This book is unusual because it extends limits of traditional, frankly speaking, standard understanding of the Ukrainians' worldview, it answers in its own way the question: who is the Ukrainian, how do the inhabitants of Ukraine differ from Europeans and Russians, which cards in the deck of Ukrainian mentality are trump, and which are burned.  




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