Cezary Malinowski

Cezary Malinowski began his journey in alternative medicine over 20 years ago when he met a Chinese medicine teacher and started learning Chinese massage and chiropractic techniques. He quickly began treating patients, and the positive effects of the treatments encouraged him to further his education in Chinese and natural medicine. His interests expanded after encountering Buddhist teachings, leading him to practice Buddhism within the Karma Kagyu lineage.

When the opportunity to study Tibetan medicine became available in Poland, Cezary did not hesitate to seize it. He commenced his studies at the Academy of Traditional Tibetan Medicine, which he completed in 2019. His education was enriched by a leech therapy training course he completed in 2010. For twenty years, he has been running his own natural therapy clinic, where he integrates the knowledge and skills acquired over the years. In his practice, he uses Tibetan medicines, leech therapy, massage, chiropractic, moxibustion, horme, acupuncture, and many other therapies.

His commitment to helping patients and continuous professional development make him a distinguished specialist in the field of alternative medicine.


The aim of this thesis was to analyze and integrate leech therapy techniques in

Tibetan and Western medicine to enhance the effectiveness of anti-inflammatory therapy. Western medicine focuses on substances found in leech saliva, known as hirudins, used in hirudotherapy for direct anti-inflammatory treatment at the site of inflammation. Tibetan medicine employs bloodletting from 156 specific points to treat various diseases through bloodletting. The study includes an analysis of these treatment methods, a comparative table of bloodletting points and injection sites for hirudins, and presents clinical cases involving both techniques. The results indicate that combining methods from both medical systems can significantly improve the treatment of inflammatory diseases. Additionally, the integrated approach allows for better tailoring of therapy to individual patient needs. The thesis is based on knowledge from literature, courses, and the author’s long-standing practice, contributing to the development of more effective therapeutic strategies.