Infections: viral, bacterial and other microbial origin
We have unique, clinically demonstrated, both supplement based and electromedical expertise and experience for the successful treatment of many kinds of infection, often combined for best effect. We are also the inventors of unique world first electromedical equipment for effective, non-invasive infection treatments avoiding any drug side effects.
We are not currently accepting clients who have been given a diagnosis of cancer disease.
We are the inventors of world first electromedical equipment providing bioelectric stimulation for wound healing and/or infected wound treatment.
Pain can be experienced by anyone. Pain is often the reason for going to the doctor. Conventional pain medicine usually focuses on covering up the pain rather than looking for the underlying cause(s). Often, pain is labelled as a type of syndrome without identifying the actual nerve pathways and the types of nerves involved.
Finding and understanding underlying causes is a strength of our approach, which we routinely apply to all basic disease processes.
What is frequently misunderstood, is that there are really only two types of pain: one is a gift that warns of danger of tissue damage, and the other is where the pain perception system itself is not functioning properly. The former is nociceptive pain and the latter is neuropathic pain.
By way of illustration, if your pain is pure nociceptive pain, then we need to identify and correct things that are impacting and/or stimulating the free pain nerve endings in the affected tissues of the body, because this is what the pain there actually is. If you have neuropathic pain, we need to identify, normalize and/or correct all the things that are the reasons for the nerves not functioning correctly. Pain might start as a nociceptive situation and then later become neuropathic; in reality, these two situations are mixed together in complex and dynamic ways.
We have also developed a new and advanced electromedical equipment to enhance the healing of injured soft tissue anywhere in the body, and for the special treatment of pain.
If you are among those who have been “cured”, or at least effectively, or perhaps not effectively, treated for some medical problem, which has then left you (still) disabled in some way, you need “rehabilitation”. Usually, standard care for rehabilitation might be available, however, it is often very limited in scope and understanding.
In our experience, there is often much you can do for yourself, with some expert guidance. Our advice, inputs and coaching are based on decades of education and relevant clinical experience. This guidance will also involve considering your lifestyle and environmental factors, many of which you might be unaware of as significant negative impacts and hindrances to recovery.
One very important aspect of working with us, and us with you, is that it is a ‘give and take’ experience, always aimed towards optimal results. You must realize that your specific situation is unique to you, not an internet search result.
Modern communications technology allows us to work together effectively, and facilitates our ability to refine and adapt our collaborative work, quickly, if and as appropriate.