Prevention

Primary prevention

AIM
Primary prevention has in mind : reducing the chances of serious disorders such as heart and vascular disease, disorders of the immune system and cancers.

SCREENING
Charting the patient’s current health condition and possible risk factors is done with the aid of medical history, physical examination, exertion tests and extensive laboratory analyses (blood, urine, saliva).

TREATMENT
The potential treatment can comprise the following elements:

  • adjusted nutrition
  • supportive counseling with adjusted dietary supplements
  • choice of necessary antioxidants
  • correct support with vitamins
  • correct balance of essential fatty acids
  • personal training
  • achieving better mental balance
  • course of detox treatment
  • removal of amalgam fillings

Secondary prevention

AIM
Secondary prevention has in mind reducing the chances of relapse or deterioration after illness. A great number of patients are faced with the intimidating disease process of heart and vascular disease or cancer. Usually they have undergone medical treatment in the emergency phase under the supervision of a specialist and possibly are declared ‘cured’. Viewed statistically, however, this group of people has a higher chance of developing a similar problem again in the future. The fear of relapse thus remains.
These patients need additional support for prevention of relapse. To this end, we offer the patient an individual approach.

TREATMENT
Treatment can consist of the following elements:

  • supportive treatment with adjusted dietary supplements
  • choice of necessary antioxidants
  • correct support with vitamins
  • correct balance of essential fatty acids
  • adjusted nutrition
  • adjusted physical exercise
  • craniosacral therapy, osteopathy
  • achieving better mental balance
  • looking for the underlying causes of the illness being suffered