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Quick Overview

  • Two days comprehensive health assessment
  • Full medical check-up, clinical assessment, psychiatric assessment, extensive laboratory tests.
  • Aim: identify any physical health issues or risks and/or identify underlying reasons for complex, often unspecific, physical or mental health symptoms.
  • Detailed debriefing and report explaining all findings, treatment recommendations and prognosis.
  • Suitable for individuals who have either specific health problems and seek the best possible solution recommendation, or for individuals who have complex symptoms of physical or mental health problems and want to investigate what underlying reasons could be and receive treatment recommendations.
  • Suitable also for healthy individuals who want to prevent future illnesses, learn about risk factors, impact of lifestyle choices on physical and mental health, etc.
  • 100% private and confidential, one client at a time
  • Including ECG, Chest-X-ray, abdominal sonogram, physical fitness test and breathing volume test in order to determine his current physical and cardiovascular health.
  • Basic Screening (blood): Hematology, liver values, glycaemia, blood lipids, thyroid activity
  • Review of any available medical history (provided by the client prior to the assessment)
  • Symptoms to be researched can be: high blood pressure, weight problems, post cancer- treatment fatigue and loss of energy, chronic or acute pain symptoms, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, circulatory problems such as erectile dysfunction or menopause symptoms as well as signs of ageing such as “brain fog”, lack of concentration and forgetfulness, among many others.
  • Screening for depression, trauma, addiction, burnout etc.
  • Identifying possible emotional reasons for physical symptoms (such as pain, constipation, heart racing, etc.)
  • Review of any psychotropic medication, prior psychiatric diagnoses, etc.
  • We will look at the bio-chemistry of the brain and body (neurotransmitter profiles, stress profiles, see laboratory tests below for more details).
  • Identify energy levels and functioning of the different organs, possible damage and strategies for restoration of health.
  • Specialized laboratory tests (see below).
  • Food Intolerance testing: testing of allergic reaction to most frequent food allergen (food intolerances lead to chronic emotional symptoms, sleep problems, etc.)
  • We use different bio-resonance-diagnostic tools. We are able to test many parameters with diagnostic tools directly that previously had to be tested through laboratory tests.
  • Lifestyle (exercise, sleep habits, eating rhythm and meals, etc.) has a significant impact on the emotional well-being, stress, anxiety, and cravings, as well as physical health. A lifestyle assessment will identify risk factors and issues around lifestyle choices.
  • Hormone level screen: chronic stress often brings hormones out of balance, increases fatigue, decreases activities, libido and the immune system etc.
  • Neurotransmitter screen in order to determine the current brain and emotional functioning and deficiencies (the “Biochemistry of Happiness, Depression, Burnout”: testing of excitatory neurotransmitters such as Adrenalin, Noradrenalin, Dopamine, Glutamate; and testing of inhibitory neurotransmitters such as Serotonin, GABA)
  • Amino acid profile (testing of all essential amino acids which are crucial to build up enough neurotransmitters)
  • Thyroid screen in order to determine metabolic functioning
  • Metabolic screen to determine possible pre-diabetic conditions due to weight gain when on medication
  • Vitamin screen in order to determine Vitamin and Mineral levels which often are out of balance when under medication and long-lasting stress
  • Hair Mineral Test to determine the presence of heavy metals such as lead etc. in order to determine the interference with neurotransmitters and mood
  • Gut biology (stool)-tests to determine intestinal health and functioning: we know today that gut health is an important contributor to brain functioning. Gut health can be restored and supports the successful withdrawal from many psycho-active/psychotropic medications while uptake of indispensable nutritional supplements will be supported by intact gut health.
  • Parasites testing: some parasites literally “eat up” necessary nutrients and compromise the immune system.
  • Stress Profile: evaluation of stress reaction (adrenal gland activity)
  • Inflammatory parameter screen and testing stress on cell level: chronic stress and medication intake often triggers inflammatory reactions in the body and inflammation contributes to low mood and depression. Inflammation can be detected in the blood and successfully treated with nutritional supplements, targeted plant compounds and anti- oxidative vitamins.