Paracelsus Klinik Center for Holistic Medicine and Dentistry
CH-9062, Lustmühle bei St. Gallen,
There is a write up on this clinic at http://www.alternativemedicine.com/digest/issue13/13023R00.sht.
Paracelsus successfully treats many different conditions, including cancer, very often without surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation. Patients with breast and prostate cancer have had some of the most positive results. Chronic conditions like arthritis, asthma, allergies, endometriosis, and autoimmune diseases such as MS, Lyme disease, and Parkinson’s are also commonly treated. The optimum duration of a visit to the clinic can be anywhere from two to four weeks. The cost varies according to the amount and kind of dental work and supplements prescribed, usually between $5,000 and $25,000.
They combine holistic medicine, naturopathic treatments and biological dentistry along with integrated tumor therapy or Isopathy according to Professor Enderlein. They also use acupuncture, herbal and vitamin injections, mistletoe, diet, chelation, orthomolecular therapies, ozone therapy, homeopathy, colon cleansing, and hyperthermia treatments.Tests they use include blood tests, electrodermal screening, hair analysis, live blood cell study with Darkfield microscopy, and heat thermography.
They have a staff of 36, which includes 4 physicians, 5 dentists, a chiropractor and other specialists, and a hospital capacity of 40 beds.
One condition in going there is that you must be able to work with a local doctor for post-treatments using their guidelines. Their partner clinic in the US is Foxhollow Wellness Clinic in Crestwood, Kentucky - www.foxhollowUS.com.
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