Medical approach

1. Treatment focus

Which diseases are being treated?
Chronic illnesses like rheumatism, asthma, neurodermitis, frequently relapsing infections, burn out syndrome, depression, sleeping disorders, chronic fatigue, diabetes, vascular diseases,
stress-indicated illnesses as well as chronic Borreliosis (Lyme disease) with its numerous

These diseases have a high “consumption” of vital substances in common, which sufficient existence is essentially required for a functioning immune system and the body-own regulation of the complex life process.

Of course a weak or disturbed immune system is not the cause of these diseases but a long-term and remaining therapy success is nearly not imaginable if the defense is bad, as to be seen with many people who are endlessly fighting with their complaints.
Therefore, accompanied to the aimed therapies, the functioning of the metabolism processes has to be taken into account.


2.    Diagnostic approach

The subject of my diagnostic is: the extensive consultation with the patient including anamnesis and physical examination with a time planned for approx. 30 until 90 minutes.
Due to summarizing the many detailed information (which only you as a patient is able to provide and which often only are detected after the consultation), it can be decided which further diagnostic methods make sense.

Many patients with chronic diseases have already done compulsive, generally often technical, pre-examinations. These documents/results shall be provided to us to avoid a double examination.

A further diagnostic focus has proven to be very effective in the last years:
An extensive laboratory diagnostic which nowadays actually is able to prove all the relevant basics for life.  Amount and storage type of amino acids and protein but also of all vitamins and minerals are therefore the basis of defined therapy performances. It is similar in the diagnostic for chronic infectious diseases whereby the germs “hide” in the body cells or build surviving forms, which over and over again deprive themselves of the antibiotic treatment.
A therapy scheme can be developed after a mostly exact definition of the germs.

1.3 Treatment

After an extensive diagnostic following can be used for the therapy:

  • All common therapy schemes, medication, remedies, cures and helping substances
  • Substitution therapies
  • Dietary and holistic approaches
  • Herbal medicine
  • At chronic infections: intermittent prescribing of different germs-dependent/pathogens-dependent antibiotics in combination or even in switch with herbal medicine
  • other