Complementary therapies

Alternative and holistic treatment methods


Acupunture is a traditional treatment method that is over 4000 years old and originated in China. This method of treatment is based on the premise that there is a life force (also known as life energy) flowing within the body, upon which all physiological processes depend. Like rivers crossing the land, paths of energy called meridians flow through the body and provide it with vital energy.

» Acupuncture

Applied kinesiology (AK)

Applied kinesiology (AK) was founded by the American doctor of chiropractic medicine George Goodheart, who discovered in the 1960s that the strength of a muscle can be changed by merely touching therapeutically relevant points on the body. Based on this discovery, Goodheart developed a standardised muscle test, the purpose of which is to provide information on how the body reacts to positive as well as negative stress.

» Applied kinesiology

Bioresonance therapy

Bioresonance therapy is a biophysical treatment method that works with the patient’s own electromagnetic fluctuation spectrum. This means that the method makes use of information regarding patient-specific and substance-specific fluctuations.

» Bioresonance Therapy

Classical homoeopathy

Homoeopathy is a therapy invented by Samual Hahnemann in 1810. Homoeopathy differs from conventional methods of treatment in that disease is supposed to be cured by strongly diluted substances which would cause symptoms in a healthy person as similar as possible to those experienced by the patient.

» Homoeopathy

Nutritional counselling

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Smoking cessation

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