CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME (CFS) - BURN-OUT
The most important priorities of my activity are the care and treatment of my patients, who suffer from a chronic fatigue syndrome with various causes. The most frequent of them are: chronic diseases such as infections, and tumour illnesses and/or psychological strains.
Another focus of my practise is the treatment of immune-weakened and/or exhausted patients and resulting from this condition acute and chronic diseases. Examples of these diseases are proneness to infections, chronic infections (mycosis, lyme-borreliosis, Chlamydia, HP-Virus), immune weaknesses of different origins, allergies in different forms, such as hay fever, asthma and allergic skin burn (neuroderm), as well as rheumatism.
My multi-level biological immune therapy is based on the one hand on the solid foundation of the natural medicine and on the other hand modern medical sciences. The most important methods that are applied are: homoeopathy and/or complex homeopathy remedies, phytotherapy (e.g. mistletoe), thymic, liver and splenic peptide extraction, orthomolecular therapy, own-blood therapy, excretion therapy, acupuncture, individual auto vaccine, systematic hyposensibilisation and many more.
DISEASES OF THE MOVEMENT APPARATUS AND CHRONIC PAINS
In my practice I deal more and more often with diseases of the movement apparatus and chronic pains which became meanwhile diseases of the modern civilisation.
People suffering from these diseases are representing all age groups and the pains have various causes: prolapsed disc, rheumatism, degenerative changes of the movement apparatus, chronic pains resulting from fibromyalgia, migraine, joints and vertebral diseases.
COMPLEMENTARY CANCER THERAPY
I also focus in my work on the accompanying therapies for cancer patients, including all available means and methods to supplement and extend the conventional tumour-destroying therapies such as operations, radiation treatment and chemotherapy.
Treatment goals are co-ordinated individually with the patient and vary depending on their condition, the overall clinical picture, and the stage of the disease. These supporting therapies help many people to cope better with the apparently inevitable progress of their illness. My patients are involved in the treatment process as active and equal partners. Complementary therapies thus supplement the usual standard methods of university medicine.