Is there such a thing as an incurable disease?
From a conventional (pharmaceutical) medical standpoint many diseases are “incurable”. The medical profession is bent on providing symptomatic relief only through biochemical intervention (pharmaceutical drugs). In so doing, they not only hinder all or most healing activity of the body, but actually produce a more stressful condition for the body, lowering its immune system, leading to a more serious diseased condition.
Just as the body does not get diseased overnight, it also cannot “clean house” and rebuild itself overnight. A person may spend years tearing their body down, so an immediate healing is impossible especially in rare diseases of long-standing duration. Our treatment approach to these diseases is based on the principles of German biological medicine which involves individualized combination of the latest regenerative medical technology with cell therapy, Thymus therapy, IV Ozone therapy, Orthomolecular medicine, Laser revitalization of blood, External laser therapy, Intravenous oxygen therapy, Bio-identical(natural) hormone replacement, specific diet, and other methods. In many cases the functional capacity of a patient can be improved, symptoms can be reduced, physical disability can be decreased. While in certain diseases the progression of disease can be halted at least.
Every individual case is unique in its own sense and responds differently to treatment. We do not claim to cure any of the below-mentioned diseases. Having said that, patient gets an opportunity to undergo an integrated “root-cause focused” treatment for diseases which conventional medicine has long declared as “hopeless” diseases or has nothing to offer except “palliative” treatment.
If you suffer from any other condition which is NOT listed above please send us your detailed case history, list of current medications, list of surgeries, etc. We will review the provided information, formulate an individualized treatment program and discuss with you what could be possible in your particular case.