``Victory starts with the first step.
If you believe in victory, then victory will believe in you..``
The strategy of the World Health Organisation for 2014-2023 focuses on integration of classical medicine with natural medicine, which means complementary understanding of treatment, as well as an individualised approach to each patient.
At my Clinic, after a patient has been diagnosed and with his or her consent, an individual treatment plan and a therapy strategy are agreed. If necessary, we arrange consultations for our patients at Specialised Therapeutic and Diagnostic Centres in Germany or elsewhere
The first stage – Diagnostics:
laboratory diagnostics, e.g. TKTL1, Apo 10, level of tumour markers, etc.
imaging techniques – to show cancer lesions in the body (CT, PET-CT, MRT, Sonography)
focal diagnostics – diagnosing chronic local inflammations and disturbed energy flow in the body, most frequently located in teeth, paranasal sinuses, tonsils, and in the area of jaws and also in scars.
diagnostics of the immunological status
diagnostics of the body acidification level and heavy metals contamination
diagnostics of regulatory disturbances of the body with Bioresonance and Decoder Dermography
diagnostics of electrosmog and geopathic stress
molecular diagnostics defining sensitivity to chemotherapy and/or other drugs
Second stage – Treatment::
Intravenous infusions for body de-acidification and detoxification
Intestine track cleansing (colon hydrotherapy)
Stimulation and regulation of the immunology system:
tissue extracts, e.g. of adrenals, thymus, spleen and liver as well as other substances administered parenterally (e.g. Immunomax)
selection of homeopathic remedies to activate the defence mechanisms of the body, and to stop the routes of signal transfer by cancerous genes
autohaemotherapy – treatment with patient’s own blood
controlled administration of mistletoe extracts (e.g. Iscador, Helixor)
whole-body hyperthermia by increasing body temperature to activate immunology mediators
vitamin C (of high concentrations above 25 g)
Local and whole-body hyperthermia
Hormonal and biological therapy (monoclonal antibody)