Firas says: "My sport [NTD] has been officially registered with the patent office, and I have official proof thereof. I have also received official recognition of the Syrian Sports Federation, with NTD admitted officially as a sport."
He adds that he was giving training courses to teach the sport, in cooperation with the Syrian Sports Federation. Several certificates were granted to doctors wished to learn modern treatment methods, as well as to beauty experts who wished to chisel a women’s bodies to a millimeter—as he puts it.
This innovative method has helped change several concepts which were considered fixtures in the science of human movement, as per Firas. He adds that his invention achieves quick results and heals injuries to discs, joints, nibs, inflammation of the nerves, muscle spasms and multiple sclerosis; as well as treating paralysis, in the cases of patients with even mild partial movement of over five percent.
Firas confirms that many medical cases have benefited from this latest development in therapeutic sports. "A patient undergoes an athletic and scientifically calculated physical regimen, which thus helps them avoid costly and complex surgical procedures."
Using this method, Firas has already helped treat 800 patients, one of whom is Lina Maadanli of Damascus who has, since the age of three, suffered from polio to one of her feet. Her foot became so weak to the point that she would have to drag it around, as lack of use had atrophied the muscles.
According to Firas, Lina only began treatment at age 43; yet has seen great improvement after only three months. She was able to dispense with the padding she had previously always used for her foot, and without the need for surgery.