- Acid Base balance Acid-Base balance is the general term for various physiological regulating mechanisms. They maintain the course of essential metabolic processes within a blood pH value of 7.4 (± 0.05).
Acupuncture is a traditional Chinese medicine treatment concept. It is based on 361 acupuncture points which are arranged on the meridians.
Was a Roman God of medicine.
- Anthroposophy medicine
Anthroposophy medicine results from one of Rudolf Steiner’s (1861−1925) Anthroposophical complementary medicine treatment concepts.
- Bioelectronic Field diagnostics
In the realm of Bioelectronic Field diagnostics the pH value (acidity level), the redox potential (electron activity), and the electrical resistance are measured, in blood, saliva, and urine. By the way the 3 named body fluids are examined produces 9 measurement values, which are arranged in relation to each other and analysed. The Bioelectronic Field diagnostics provides valuable information about the state of the body’s detoxification system, metabolism, and the excretory process.
- Biophysical therapy procedures
Magnet therapy, laser-acupuncture and soft laser therapy count amongst the biophysical therapy procedures.
- Blood oxygen therapy
Blood oxygen therapy is also known under the name of photo biologic therapy or haematogenous oxidation therapy (HOT). This classic complementary medicine procedure is put into use to support a series of chronic diseases.
Is a condition of pronounced emotional exhaustion with reduced performance ability, the cause of which lies in the social employment setting.
- Chelation therapy
Is a general detoxification procedure of complementary medicine.
- Classic homeopathy
Homeopathy is a widely distributed complementary medicine method that the German doctor Samuel Hahnemann established around 1800. Its most important and long lasting named principle is the law of similars, discovered by Hahnemann: „let like be cured by like“(similia similibus curentur).
- Colon hydrotherapy
Is a classic procedure of complementary medicine to improve colon function.
- Craniosacral osteopathy
Craniosacral therapy has its roots in osteopathy, and goes back to the American physician Dr. W. G. Sutherland. It works on the basis of the brain and spinal cord fluid, which fluctuates in a specific self-rhythm.
- Dark Field diagnostics
By means of a dark field microscope the properties and behaviour of a person’s own red and white blood cells are assessed. On the basis of these observations it is possible to assess the refined processes of our body (internal milieu).
- Decoder Demography
- Decoder Dermography (DDG) is a standardized measurement procedure which makes visible bioelectric regulatory mechanisms in various parts of the body.
Is characterised by a gloomy mood, lack of drive, as well as disturbed sleep.
- Fever therapy
Fever is a natural and meaningful reaction of the body, and is put to use for therapeutic purposes in a series of chronic ailments.
- Heavy metal analysis (Dimaval test)
Heavy metal analysis is a diagnostic procedure to determine the actual content of heavy metals in the body.
- Holistic medicine by physicians
integrates the combination of diagnostic and therapeutic methods of conventional medicine with the well tried and established procedures of complementary medicine. Contrary to complementary medicine treatment by a healer or naturopath, the holistic therapy in the Aeskulap Clinic is performed by certified medical specialists.
- Hospital list
Hospitals are found on the respective Canton hospital list which offer their services within the framework of the Swiss social insurance.
- Huneke’s neural therapy
Neural therapy is a complementary medicine procedure in which the positive effects of local anaesthetics (local numbing substance) on the autonomic nervous system is utilised.
see Fever therapy
- Hyperthermia, local / regional
With the help of a hyperthermia device, deep-lying areas in the human body can be targeted and heated. This can be used for the treatment of cancer diseases amongst others.
- Hyperthermia procedures
Hyperthermia (Greek: overheating) in medicine, is the name for a treatment where the body temperature is artificially raised.
- Hyperthermia, total body hyperthermia
is based on a passive heating of the whole human body, by means of infrared light. This application of heat can be a valuable treatment option in many chronic diseases.
- Initial examination
So as to be able to arrange and target the individual holistic therapy, we carry out an initial conventional medicine as well as a complementary medicine examination for every chronic disease.
- Laser acupuncture
In laser acupuncture, using laser painful spots are either, broadly irradiated, or, acupuncture points are target treated.
- Laser therapy intravenously
is based on the direct application of laser rays in the circulation.
- Lymphocyte transformation test
The lymphocyte transformation test is a laboratory procedure to prove a specific allergic reaction (type IV allergy). With the help of this test it is possible e.g. to determine an allergic reaction to different metals or dental materials.
- Magnet field therapy
Magnet field therapy or Magnet therapy is a recognised treatment method where the patients are subjected to a magnetic field. Thereby static or pulsating magnetic fields are generated with different frequencies, intensities, and programmes.
- Neurodermitis / Psoriasis
are chronic not transmittable skin diseases with a progressive course.
- Organ therapy
With organ therapy disordered cell functions are influenced positively by means of supplying them with healthy identical body cell components.
- Orthomolecular medicine
Orthomolecular medicine is a complementary medicine method, whose central feature is, the use of vitamins and mineral substances.
- Ozone therapy
Several procedures of complementary medicine are called ozone therapy, where the gas ozone (an oxygen molecule with 3 atoms O3), is utilized.
- Palliative medicine
Aims as its priority to provide the best possible quality of life to a patient with an advanced incurable disease.
Phytotherapy (Herbal medicine) is the principle of using herbal plants in the treatment of chronic and acute conditions.
- Probiotic therapy
Is based on the administration of natural positive bacterial flora of the colon.
- Procaine Base infusion
Is an important therapeutic procedure in holistic treatment of pain, in which a mixture of procaine and bases are administered intravenously
Rheumatism (from Greek reo „to flow“) is the name for general symptoms of the supporting and locomotor apparatus which frequently limit functional mobility
- Second opinion
through the advances of modern medicine there exist many different treatment options for many complex ailments. It is worthwhile obtaining a second opinion from another specialist to make a patient’s decision easier.
- Soft laser therapy
The soft laser is utilized above all, for the treatment of inflammation and pain.
- Spengler Test
The Spengler Test is a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure to assess the character of some chronic illnesses as well as their treatment.
- Thermoregulation diagnostics
In the field of thermoregulation diagnostics (TRD), the skin temperature is measured at more than 100 precisely defined skin points under standardised conditions. A second temperature measurement is made after the targeted application of a cold stimulus. A personal thermal profile for each patient can be constructed with the available data, and thereby the functional efficiency of the autonomic control and thermal regulation of individual organs can be determined.
- Trace element analysis
A diagnostic procedure that determines the presence of certain essential elements that must be in the human body such as, iron, zinc, copper, manganese and others.
- Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Traditional Chinese Medicine is a healing art that was founded in China more than 2000 years ago, and has been further developed over the centuries. To be able to utilize the therapeutic procedures in this medicine belong the medical therapies, acupuncture, moxibustion (heating of acupuncture points), massage (tuina anmo), medical orientated dietetics, as well as, physical activity such as qigong and taijiquan.
- Yin and Yang
The polarity of power idea which is responsible for the maintenance of health, is a basic assumption in traditional Chinese medicine.