IHHT (Intermittent Hypoxia-Hyperoxia Training)

During therapy, you inhale and exhale air with a fluctuating oxygen content through a breathing mask. Older and damaged mitochondria (the body’s energy factories) cannot withstand this stress, causing the body to form new, young mitochondria after multiple treatments. This method is similar to altitude training.

  • Indications of IHHT:
    • Chronic fatigue
    • Long COVID syndrome
    • Lung diseases such as COPD and pulmonary emphysema
    • Heart diseases such as heart failure and coronary artery disease
    • Neurodegenerative disorders (including Lyme disease and Parkinson’s disease)
    • Diabetes and eye diseases
  • Positive effects of IHHT:
    • Increases physical and mental performance
    • Regenerates cell energy or mitochondria
    • Strengthens the immune system
    • Balancing the autonomic nervous system
    • Improving the ability to concentrate
    • Optimization of stress resistance
    • Encouraging lipid metabolism and thereby promoting weight loss
    • Cardiovascular support

CO₂ Therapy

Carbon dioxide therapy, also known as carboxytherapy, is a therapeutic, non-invasive treatment that involves small amounts of carbon dioxide (CO₂) gas applied topically to the skin. Patients, or parts of the patient’s body, are enclosed in a carbon dioxide treatment sleeve. Residual air is then gently sucked from the sleeve and carbon dioxide, warmed to human body temperature, is then slowly introduced. The carbon dioxide can then gradually pass through the skin, causing vasodilation, acceleration of blood vessel formation in damaged tissues, and release of oxygen into the tissues.

  • Indications of CO₂ therapy:
    • Blood supply issues in both the blood and lymphatic system
    • Diabetes
    • Soft tissue injuries and scars, wound healing
    • Scar recovery after surgery
    • Stretch marks and cellulite
    • Sports regeneration
    • Polyneuropathy
    • Weight loss
    • Anti-aging
  • Positive effects of CO₂ therapy:
    • Enhanced circulation of blood and oxygen
    • Stimulates collagen production through activation of fibroblasts
    • Anti-inflammatory properties
    • Promotes angiogenesis – the formation of new blood vessels

Regenerative Sports Medicine

Explore the Benefits of Regenerative Sports Medicine with Us! We are dedicated to enhancing the performance and recovery of athletes at all levels, utilizing the most advanced technologies and treatments available in this dynamic field.

One of the innovative approaches we offer is CO2 therapy, which harnesses the vasodilatory properties of carbon dioxide to stimulate blood circulation and facilitate the transport of nutrients and oxygen to affected tissues. This accelerates healing and reduces inflammation, helping athletes overcome their injuries more quickly and reach their full potential.

Intermittent hypoxia-hyperoxia therapy is another revolutionary option we provide, involving alternating between periods of reduced oxygen (hypoxia) and increased oxygen levels (hyperoxia). This therapy stimulates the production of erythropoietin and angiogenesis, improving oxygen utilization and enhancing endurance, crucial aspects for athletes aiming to push their limits.

Additionally, we employ infrared technology to expedite healing and alleviate pain. Infrared light penetrates deep into tissues, increasing circulation and facilitating cellular repair, leading to faster recovery from injuries and quicker return to training.

Composition of Microbiome

Our intestines play a very important role in our health, as about 80% of our body’s defensive reactions take place in them. A comprehensive microbiome analysis can show if the gut is in balance and which areas can be treated. Research in recent years has shown that microbiomes are responsible for various diseases such as allergies, depression, multiple sclerosis, ADHD, autism, etc.

For example, atopic diseases such as neurodermatitis, pollinosis, food allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes mellitus and also the metabolic syndrome can have a change in intestinal flora as the cause.

Micronutrient Therapy (Orthomolecular Medicine)

The aim of micronutrient therapy is to optimally supply the body with micronutrients such as minerals, trace elements, vitamins, amino acids, essential fatty acids and bioflavonoids (plant substances). A deficit in micronutrients can be recognized, for example, by exhaustion, concentration problems, constant tiredness, malfunctions of the immune system (increased herpes recurrences and allergies) and premature ageing of the skin, joints and organs.

Infusion Therapy for Deficiencies

In our practice we offer vitamin/mineral/amino acid cures in the form of infusions. These cures support people who suffer from physical weakness, loss of vitality, tiredness, immune deficiencies, susceptibility to infections or a lack of vitamins and minerals. Vitamin infusions can strengthen the human body as a whole and support regeneration, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies can also be treated in a targeted manner. A vitamin cure is also suitable for the regeneration phase after illness to ensure that the body recovers as quickly as possible.

We also offer procaine base infusion therapies. These are mainly used in the treatment of acute and chronic pain conditions. The properties of procaine have been proven in many scientific studies. These properties include the reduction of pain sensitivity, an anti-inflammatory and anti-rheumatic effect, the reduction of balance disorders, an anti-depressive and blood-lowering effect. Among other things, the infusions are used for chronic, neuropathic, acute radicular and acute pseudoradicular pain, rheumatism and arthrosis therapy, treatment of circulatory disorders and body deacidification, which is usually present in chronic diseases.

Perioperative Electrolyte and Fluid Balancing

Perioperative electrolyte and fluid balancing is a crucial aspect of patient care before, during and after surgery. This process ensures correct electrolyte levels and maintains adequate fluid volume in the body, preventing complications that arise from these levels not being close to ideal.

Electrolyte Balancing

Electrolytes are minerals in our body that carry an electric charge and play a crucial role in maintaining the functionality of our body. Common electrolytes include sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium and chloride, and proper electrolyte balance ensures normal nerve and muscle function.

During surgery, the electrolyte levels in the body may change due to various factors, such as anaesthesia, blood loss, or fluid administration. Therefore, monitoring and adjusting electrolyte levels before, during and after surgery are vital to prevent complications such as arrhythmias, muscle weakness and altered mental status.

Fluid Balancing

Much the same as with electrolytes, maintaining correct fluid balance is essential for optimal organ function and tissue perfusion around the time of surgery.

Before surgery, it is important to optimise patient hydration, as well as assess the patient’s baseline fluid needs. During surgery, fluids are then administered intravenously to compensate for blood loss and maintain blood pressure, preventing severe hypotension.

In our practice, we balance the electrolytes and fluids preoperatively and are in charge also of the aftercare.

Infusion Therapy for Concentration and Mental Performance

Busy men and women can fall victim to fatigue, stress or a lack of focus. We offer customized infusion therapy plans for those making important decisions in their workplace and striving to get the best out of themselves in their careers. Depending on the infusion formula chosen, this type of therapy can help with concentration, energy and stress, and the results can be seen fairly quickly too. This treatment can be combined with the altitude training (IHHT) mentioned above.

Chelation Therapy

Chelation therapy helps your body eliminate heavy metals. This is used primarily for chronic heavy metal pollution, mental illnesses, rheumatic diseases, pathological changes in the cells, allergies, but also many other illnesses.

Nutritional Advice

Improper nutrition can trigger a variety of diseases. It is therefore all the more important to know the needs of your own body and to adapt your diet accordingly. Not only can the ideal weight be achieved, but heart and circulatory diseases, diabetes, arthrosis and cancer can also be avoided. In addition, healthy nutrition is the basis for a powerful and vital body.

The nutritional advice in my practice includes extensive diagnostics and, based on this, the development of an individual plan to change existing eating habits. In order to make the changeover process as successful as possible, a consultation is usually necessary every three months.

Functional Tumour Follow-Up

In the case of functional or holistic tumour aftercare, one not only considers the regression of the tumour itself, but also include all other factors in order to, firstly, support the healing process, but also to reduce the probability of the tumour recurring. In addition to medical examinations, intensive discussions are also held during holistic tumour aftercare. These are essential and serve to be able to care for the patient individually and to identify possible factors in good time that could stand in the way of healing. Proper nutrition, state of mind and lifestyle play an important role here.

Dental Sanitation

We work together with like-minded dentists and oral surgeons to ensure, for example, the best possible recovery after dental procedures/treatments, but also general good dental health. Among other things, we deal with the preparation and follow-up of dental restoration, including the removal of metal parts, and insertion of metal-free implants.

Special Laboratory Tests

  • HPU diagnosis: In this form of examination, the hemopyrrole in the urine is measured in order to diagnose the metabolic disorder hemopyrrolic actamuria (HPU). The symptoms of HPU disease include allergies, food or drug intolerance, gastrointestinal complaints, skin problems, psychological problems, pregnancy problems, diabetes, dizziness, sleep disorders and many more. If you suspect HPU, this can be confirmed in practice with a special test procedure.
  • For example, atopic diseases such as neurodermatitis, pollinosis, food allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, obesity, insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes mellitus and also the metabolic syndrome can have a change in intestinal flora as the cause.
  • Vitamin metabolism, minerals, special immune diagnostics. In our practice, all laboratory parameters can always be selected individually – based on the symptoms. But personal wishes can also be tested after consultation with us.

VNS Analysis (Vegetative Nervous System Analysis)

With the help of a VNS analysis, the functional state of the autonomic nervous system can be assessed quickly and easily. The vegetative or “autonomic” nervous system controls all organ systems that cannot be consciously influenced, such as heartbeat, breathing, digestion, blood pressure, hormones and the immune system.

If you want to feel healthy, you should pay attention to well-functioning regulation. A VNS analysis shows, by assessing heart rate variability, how the body currently deals with stress, how it can relax, and gives a general impression of deficits or regulatory disorders before symptoms even appear.

In addition to just prevention, it is particularly recommended to carry out a VNS analysis for illnesses such as stress, exhaustion, sleep disorders, diabetes, chronic pain, high blood pressure, heart disease, burnout or even depression.

Genetics and Epigenetics

Genetics is the science of heredity, and genetic testing is often the key to in-depth diagnosis. It is not about accepting what is given. In combination with epigenetic approaches, we find a way to better deal with pre-existing health conditions. Epigenetics represents the link between genetic material and stressful environmental factors. Examples of genetic investigations relate to the following topics, among others: mitochondrial detoxification, cathecolamin metabolism, liver detoxification, methylation and immune defence.

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