Immune Associated Diseases

Many people from all over the world come to see us for holistic treatments. In our clinic we are confronted by an increasing number of patients who are living with a chronic disease. We would like to give you an overview of possible contributing factors to the development of a chronic disease as well as an overview of our diagnostic and therapeutic treatment options.

Please do not ask us for addresses of other therapists. We suggest that you contact a professional organization for the address of a therapist close to you.
How a disease affects each person is always individual, therefore it is important that each disease be holistically diagnosed and treated.

Immune and autoimmune diseases are very complex, thus, even with conscientious analysis and individual therapeutical concepts, we make no promise of a cure.

The information published here provides a basic explanation of our diagnostic and treatment methods. It is not to be used for self-diagnosis or treatment.

Basic Conditions that can contribute to the development of immune associated diseases:

    Genetic disposition
    Environmental factors/toxic loads (heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides)
    Intestinal loads, malabsorption, maldigestion
    Amalgam (mercury, silver, tin)
    Chronic inflammation, inflammatory foci, pus around teeth or gums, etc.
    UV- and other radiation
    Immune weakness attributed to various triggers such as:
    Surgical intervention
    Toxic medicines, medicine abuse
    Recreational toxins such as alcohol, nicotine and “street” drugs
    Repeated vaccinations
    High impact sports


The diagnostics we use in our clinic include:

    Immune status (Lymphocyte typing)
    Serology (viral and bacterial Infection, please check specific disease below)
    Computer Regulation Thermography (CRT) for the evaluation of regulation disturbances, inflammatory foci, toxic load, tooth related disturbance, vertebral column problems, intestinal loads such as bacterial or fungal dysbiosis, and birth control pill incompatibility.
    Spengler blood test for the evaluation of bacterial antibodies
    Stool analysis, where indicated. Very often we have seen a substantial fungi overgrowth syndrome, usually Candida albicans. A Candida load is always an indication of milieu damage, for example a low pH value in the digestive tract.

We recommend this books:

Simon Martin: Candida; (‘the Natural Way’ Series) (US) (UK)

Christopher Vasey, (US) or (UK) The Acid-Alkaline Diet for Optimum Health: Restore Your Health by Creating Balance in Your Diet

Vega®-test for the determination of nutrition intolerance, where needed.

Darkfield microscopy, where indicated.

Proof of heavy metals where necessary as a laboratory analysis. The proof of heavy metals can be furnished by means of a reliable urine test. Urine is analyzed before and after the ingestion of DMPS®. According to our opinion this is the only reliable method for the proof of heavy metals in the body. By the way, there is evidence of a direct connection between a heavy metal load and a substantial fungi overgrowth (see also: About amalgam ).

Have a look at this book:
Dr. Huggins: It’s All in Your Head, The Link Between Mercury Amalgams and Illness (US) (UK)

Patients with increased mercury values (caused by amalgam or environment) almost always have an intestinal Candida overgrowth (Candida albicans).

Determination of HLA sequence (Human Leukocyte Antigens) a genetic test for the evaluation of the disposition for a specific disease.

Never forget the value of a therapeutical talk, emotional problems are always related to immune system disorders and vice versa. There is considerable scientific evidence (known as psychoneuroimmunology) that your thoughts, feelings, and spirit can have a profound effect upon several of your body systems.

B Candace B. Pert, Phd; Deepak Chopra:Molecules Of Emotion, Why you Feel The Way You Feel (US) (UK)

In addition we will always suggest:

Micro Immunotherapy

Sanum® Therapy according to Professor Enderlein

Homotoxicology, according to Dr. Reckeweg


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