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chronic diseases

Modern medicine has made great progress in the last few decades. Nevertheless, the treatment of chronic diseases often remains a major issue.

Chronic diseases include:
  • Cardiovascular diseases

  • Metabolic disorders including lipid metabolism disorders, obesity, fatty liver, diabetes or gout

  • Rheumatic diseases

  • Degenerative diseases of spine and joints

  • Degenerative diseases of nervous system such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's disease etc.

  • The large scale of malignant neoplasms



One thing that all these diseases have in common is that they usually cannot be traced back to a single, definable cause. Rather, they are multifactorial. Therefore, satisfactory treatment requires a holistic approach.

Here is a short overview of
the most important causes of chronic diseases.

Slagging has two major causes. On the one hand, it refers to the waste products from metabolic processes that are not sufficiently excreted and accumulate in the body.


On the other hand, there has been an increase in environmental pollution from food additives, luxury foods and drugs for already several decades.


If the body's own disposal mechanisms are overloaded, it stores the waste products in its own tissue. This can lead to chronic diseases¹.


Acidification is a special form of slagging. The body relies on acids and bases to be in balance, as biological processes only run correctly in a very small range.


To ensure this, the body maintains a sophisticated buffer system with which it can buffer fluctuations in the acid-base balance.


The modern diet and lifestyle, but also advancing age, reduce the effectiveness of this buffer system. This can lead to inflammation, pain and chronic diseases².


Oxidative stress and free radicals have become well-known terms over the past few decades. Humans necessarily need oxygen to live.


However, modern lifestyle and diet can lead to oxygen compounds exhibiting aggressive behavior and causing damage in the body.


Many chronic diseases such as cancer³ or vascular calcification⁴ are associated with free radicals.


Diet, lifestyle and environmental toxins lead to gradual inflammation that often remains unnoticed. Over the years, the organism becomes exhausted trying to fight the inflammation.


This can lead to serious illness after years or decades. This includes cancer, but also autoimmune diseases or degenerative processes in the nervous system⁵.


The processes described above can damage body's own mitochondria. Mitochondria are cell power plants that generate the energy we need to live every day.


Weakness of the mitochondria leads to lack of energy in the affected cells and the release of oxygen radicals. This increases the oxidative stress and the function of the mitochondria is being further limited.


This vicious circle can result in a number of chronic diseases or influence their course negatively ⁶.


Human genome consists of around 25,000 genes and is completely contained in every cell in the body.


Not every single gene is continuously active, but can be activated or deactivated by epigenetic mechanisms.


Constant control of its genes is essential for the functioning of the organism.


If the genes are incorrectly switched on or off, chronic diseases can develop.


A well-researched example is the development of cancer.

There are a number of genes that promote growth and cell division.


If these genes are over-expressed, it can lead to malignant cell growth. There is also a second group of genes that control body's own protective functions.


If these genes are switched off in a wrong way, it can also be considered a cause of cancer development⁷.


This point must not be ignored in the development of chronic diseases.


For a long time now, research has been conducted on how stress and negative emotions affect the immune system and promote disease.

As long as your stress regulation is intact, you have a good chance of staying healthy.

If you want to prevent chronic diseases or tackle them in therapy,

you should handle the above-mentioned factors.

To do this, we have divided our strategy into following two phases:



detoxification And rebalancing


During the Environmental apheresis, the blood is treated in a session of about three hours through a specially developed filter system. For this, we use the worldwide unique INUSpherese® system. This way, accumulated substances and inflammation-triggering protein complexes are removed from the bloodstream, which can deprive chronic inflammation of the basis.


If you are interested in the various areas of application of apheresis, here you can read more about it.

Infusion programs

Various natural and vital substances are used in an infusion program specially tailored to the needs of every patient.


Infusion therapy can be used for the following conditions:

  • In case of chronic inflammation

  • In case of oxidative stress

  • To prevent degenerative processes8

  • In the case of unfavorable epigenetic changes

  • As an accompanying / supplementary treatment in conventional medical therapy for cancer

  • As an accompanying / supplementary treatment for metabolic diseases such as diabetes

  • In the case of a vital substance deficit



Laser therapy

Lasers of different colors are used in laser therapy. Concentrated laser light enters the skin into the underlying tissue and muscle structures, where it supports cell regeneration, blood circulation or alleviates pain. This way, the tissue is not damaged. Areas of application are very diverse, with its most important effect being the stimulation of energy production in cells. In addition to that, laser therapy is used in the following fields:

  • Vasodilation

  • Support of the immune system

  • Reduction of the viral and bacterial load in chronic inflammation

  • Supportive therapy for neurodegenerative diseases

  • Supportive therapy for diseases of the spine and joints


For more details, visit our laser therapy page.

Photodynamic laser therapy

Here, the laser light therapy is combined with the natural color infusion. Color and laser light go into resonance, which has far-reaching effects in the body. As an accompanying therapy option, here are the most important areas of application:

  • Tumor diseases

  • Viral diseases (hepatitis, HIV, herpes etc.)

  • Bacterial infections

  • Chronic Lyme disease

  • Multi-resistant staphylococci

  • Parasitic diseases




The organism is constantly trying to repair damaged cells, tissues and organs. With the beginning of Phase I of the therapy, regeneration has already progressed.


In addition, we offer a set of therapies with which further support regeneration.

Activation of the autologous stem cells

Stem cells have been a controversial topic in recent years. The use of donor stem cells carries risks and is only medically used in bone marrow transplants.

In contrast to this, we have a wonderful opportunity to increase the activity of body's own stem cells without an invasive intervention via bone marrow and thereby, fully use the organism's regenerative potential⁹.

Therapies with autologous plasma

If damage occurs in the body, blood plasma provides it with all the factors needed for regeneration. Based on this knowledge, plasma therapy with the body's own plasma was established.


The plasma is extracted from the blood and injected into the parts that need regeneration support. Common indications are found in joint problems, but also in the regeneration of the skin.


We select the therapies suitable especially for your conditions,

with which we can individually support or restore your health and fitness.

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