St. Georg Hospital
Why Choose St. Georg Hospital?
The holistic, integrative treatment approach at St. George Hospital views the patient as a whole person comprising body, mind, and soul. This means that your recovery is their goal and they have your quality of life at heart.
Led by Dr. Fredrick Douwes, the diagnostic and therapeutic options available at St. George Hospital are based on decades of experience, to the benefit of their patients. “They have carried out whole-body hyperthermia more than 18,000 times in the last twenty years, and side effects such as these have only occurred in less than one percent of cases.”
This setting is less than an hour away from Munich International Airport. It is located in the quaint town of Bad Aibling, where cafes, shops, and the Bavarian Alps are right at your fingertips.
St. Georg Hospital’s goal is to treat diseases both as effectively and as gently as possible and prevent diseases from developing through the practice of preventive medicine. Some treatments include dietary changes, nutritional supplementation, detoxification, immuno-biological therapies, psychotherapy, and hyperthermia treatment. With an engaged bi-lingual staff of doctors and qualified professionals, they are a specialized hospital for internal medicine with a focus on oncology, naturopathy, and Lyme disease.
Treatment for Lyme Disease at St. Georg Hospital:
In 1998, St. Georg Hospital saw two patients with cancer who at the same time suffered from severe symptoms of Lyme disease. They were treated with extreme whole-body hyperthermia as part of their integrative cancer treatment concept. While both patients’ cancer responded very well to the treatment, they also noticed that their symptoms from Lyme disease dissipated. Dr. Douwes proceeded to look into additional research which led him to a treatment protocol for chronic Lyme disease based on whole-body hyperthermia.
St. Georg Hospital has successfully treated more than 800 patients with chronic Lyme disease and seen their dramatic improvement. They have also developed their own tailored detoxification programs for the elimination of neurotoxins.
The endocrine disorders that are often present in chronic Lyme disease such as hypothyroidism, adrenal insufficiency, or hormonal imbalances also need to be addressed. Chronic Lyme disease is multisystemic and can mimic a wide variety of diseases, making treatment complex. St. Georg Hospital’s focus is on the elimination of Borrelia through whole-body hyperthermia. From here the body is in a stronger position to heal and move forward with life.
Treatment for Cancer at St. Georg Hospital:
St. George Hospital developed an Integrative Cancer Therapy Concept (ICTC) in which combines the conventional treatment modalities with complementary therapies. This concept gives patients a realistic chance to overcome not only the symptoms but also restore their health.
The activation of the immune system and detoxification of the body of harmful substances is of great importance in cancer therapy. They activate and stabilize the immune system in conjunction with nutritional, natural, special vaccines, and a biological support program.
At St. George Hospital they offer a complete range of oncological diagnostics and therapies. A highly committed and experienced team of physicians will take care of you.
Hyperthermia treatment is beneficial in fighting tumors, as unlike in healthy cells, cancer cells are anaerobic and die under high temperatures.
- Systemic whole-body hyperthermia
- Loco-regional hyperthermia
- Insulin potentiation chemotherapy and hyperthermia
- Prostate thermotherapy
This means that St. Georg’s integrative cancer therapy program results not only in a higher response rate, but also in a significantly improved prognosis and a considerable increase in quality of life. Keeping side effects to a minimal level and reducing any toxic damage are a key focus in their cancer treatments. The sophisticated treatment programs at the St. George Hospital set new standards in modern cancer therapy.
Adjuvant Therapy and Detox Program
- Infusions with high dose Vitamin C, chelation, selenium, procaine, antibiotics (not obligatory)
- Ozone Therapy (intravenous and/or rectally)
- Laser Therapy (intravenous)
- Pulsing Magnetic Field Treatment in combination with Singulet Oxygen Therapy
- Special massage with andulation
- Blue light
- Detox footbath
- Colon cleansing
- Daily oral medications and supplements
Could hyperthermia help you?
We'd love to hear about where you are at with your current lyme treatment, tell you more about hyperthermia and what it could look like to schedule a treatment in Mexico or Germany.