Correct diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease
Lyme Borreliosis diseases are also on the rise in Germany. Approximately one million German citizens are confronted with the diagnosis of Lyme disease and other types of the disease, often only after a long odyssey through various practices. Because Lyme disease is a treacherous disease with many faces and masks, which often refuses a clear diagnosis according to “scheme F” – especially as its research and the currently generally known examination and treatment options accepted by health insurance companies are completely inadequate, as well as patient organisations criticise. It should be noted that in most cases a fresh Lyme disease infection can be treated very well and effectively. But it is not for nothing that connoisseurs of the scene call “Lyme borreliosis” the syphilis of the 3rd millennium. The term is not far-fetched, because the pathogens are also spirochetes like those of syphilis, only much more adaptable to new life circumstances and therefore more resistant to therapies. Perhaps one should rather speak of a borreliosis syndrome, since other problem germs are always found when the disease occurs.
Essential: The holistic and comprehensive diagnosis
Lyme disease is often a mixed infection in which Ehrlichia, Cytomegaly, Borna viruses, EBV, Babesia and other pathogens can occur. In order to get on the track of this complex disease, it is first of all necessary to carry out a microscopic dark field examination in addition to a thorough examination of the patient’s history. This is a classic examination for parasitic diseases and can provide indications of further stresses that cannot be detected with conventional methods. Comprehensive laboratory measurements are also indispensable. Unfortunately, in my opinion, laboratory measurements are unfortunately made far too little, as they seem to be a too complex matter.
But just these measurements on fresh blood, saliva and / or urine give profound information about the way Lyme disease manifests itself. With the so-called terrain measurement according to Vincent one gets an insight into the tissue, which otherwise cannot be measured directly. During this intensive search it often turns out that other infections also burden the person affected. To put it crudely, one then says, “the (patient) has lice and fleas”. This refers to various infections, each of which can cause considerable discomfort on its own.
In addition, exact examinations of the teeth, the paranasal sinuses, the abdominal cavity, examinations regarding food intolerances, immunological examinations of the musculoskeletal system including the spinal column, the acid-base balance, mineral analyses and, depending on the situation, also detailed examinations of vitamins and amino acids as well as hormone determination relevant to the findings must be carried out. We also routinely measure the oxygen saturation in the organism and analyse the vegetative state with the help of biotonometry (procedure for recording current vegetative reactions). Finally, we work with extended examination methods such as electroacupuncture according to Voll, kinesiology, iris microscopy and bioresonance.
Once the enemy has finally been tracked down and clearly in view, a targeted combination of different proven therapeutic methods can free patients from their scourge.
The therapy: causal treatment with efficient methods
In conventional Lyme disease therapy, the long-term oral administration of high-dose antibiotics is common practice. The medium and long-term side effects of this procedure are well known. However, many colleagues accept them without contradiction and they are frustrating for doctor and patient. We also use antibiotics, but not orally, but in much lower doses intravenously with the help of insulin potentiated therapy (IPT), more precisely known as “insulin potentiation therapy low dose” (IPTLD). While many bacteria and parasites cannot be reached at all with the currently known standard therapy methods and thus cannot be eliminated, IPT paves the direct way to the enemy – into the interior of the body cells.
Door opener insulin
Insulin plays the central role in IPT. Insulin is a vital proteohormone which is the only hormone that can lower the blood sugar level. This is where IPT comes in: the fasting patient is injected with a precisely calculated amount of insulin. This tells the organism that cell-essential nutrients will soon be available and the cell membranes open up for “food intake”. Since insulin is the general door opener of the cells, this means that with the help of this hormone not only nutrients, but also other substances such as drugs can be introduced into the cells in a very specific and well-dosed manner, since these usually have an increased glucose turnover and thus produce significantly more insulin receptors than healthy cells. In this way, the “Trojan horse” in the form of low-dose antibiotics penetrates directly into the interior of the cells and fights hidden bacteria with the utmost precision and power.
The advantage here is that thanks to the door opener insulin, we can act with low-dose quantities of medication and avoid the side and after-effects of an otherwise general “scattering attack without exact target coordinates”. The patient tolerates the medication far better than with conventional therapeutic approaches and the benefit of the medication is increased many times over.
Induction therapeutic approach
Non-invasive Induction Therapy (N.I.I.T.) is also applied at the level of cell membranes. The N.I.I.T. system REHATRON alpha generates a pulsed magnetic field of the highest intensity and has a special impulse generator. The extremely strong energy pulse packets are of very short duration and modulated down to the nanosecond range so that they can penetrate intracellular structures. With this ultra-fast pulsing, degenerated cells, harmful microorganisms, degenerative states, irregularities, infections and inflammations can be dissolved and eliminated. The N.I.I.T. activates the immune system and is therefore a stimulus for a holistic regeneration.
We also work very successfully with photodynamic therapy (PDT). Various lasers irradiate the circulating blood – and thus all blood cells – directly with high-energy light. This improves the energy supply to the mitochondria in the cells, increases the oxygen binding capacity, stimulates the immune system and pathogens can be killed.
Finally, we give herbal, mineral or homeopathic remedies and work with ozone and intravenous oxygen treatments.
You can find further information about the therapy on my website “Aschauer Borreliose Center“.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further questions and information.