New: Extracorporeal hyperthermia perfusion

Extracorporeal hyperthermia perfusion

As already announced in the “Frequently Asked Questions” section, I work closely together with some colleagues in order to provide my patients with the best possible treatment. Especially in recent months, there have been some remarkable developments and therapy breakthroughs in the circles of my closest colleagues, which will certainly cause a stir in the coming months. It is to be hoped that these new therapies (after years of research and development) will find their way to the patients.

In the coming weeks I will describe these new developments successively. I want to start with a therapy method which, especially in the treatment of Lyme disease, MS and cancer, delivers astonishing and causally well justifiable results. This is the “extracorporeal hyperthermia perfusion”, in short: EHP. A patent application for this method has been filed in the meantime and will certainly be used by other hospitals and practices in 2020.

EHP: High-Tech meets naturopathic knowledge

Extracorporeal Hyperthermia Perfusion (EHP) pursues a holistic approach that combines today’s possibilities of “high-tech medicine” with the oldest knowledge of medicine: It is our own organism that knows how to successfully defend itself against enemies – be they viruses, bacteria, other pathogens or borrelia. Our own immune system is a well-balanced arsenal, but in case of illness it simply needs help from outside.

EHP therefore combines process elements of artificial fever production (hyperthermia), various types of blood purification (haemoperfusion and apheresis) and increasing the oxygen supply in the bloodstream (oxyvenation) in a single procedure. The aim is to help the body to free itself from its burdens as efficiently and with as few side effects as possible and to allow the immune system to resume its own work at full strength.

In this treatment, the patient’s body is not heated from the outside – as is usually the case with hyperthermia – in order to bring about the scientifically recognised and known effects of hyperthermia in cancer therapy. Instead, the patient’s blood is drained from the body (vena femoralis) via a port, then warmed and cleaned with a special technique, and finally returned to the body at a temperature of up to 41° C. This means, and let us be clear once again, that the entire organism experiences the therapeutic effect of the heat from the inside and not only from the outside on the surface! In addition to viruses and bacteria as well as environmental toxins, which today put an extreme strain on our organisms and lead to diseases, the procedure also removes residues of chemotherapeutic substances and cancer cells still circulating in the bloodstream. Through the simultaneous administration of high doses of medical oxygen (see: oxyvenation), the patient’s body can be supplied with the oxygen so important for recovery, right down to the smallest blood capillaries.

In simple terms, the EHP procedure can be compared to an extraordinarily intensive total cleansing, which frees the organism from pollutants of any kind and allows all its functions to resume without resistance.

Some of my patients have already been treated with the EHP therapy with great success and in the coming weeks there will be interviews with patients in my new editorial blog, who are willing to share their experiences with others.

I am not yet offering extracorporeal hyperthermia perfusion in my own practice clinic, as the technical and personnel effort is high and the technical components cannot be delivered to third parties until about March 2020.

But we do not want to wait that long, because for you as a patient it is important to get the best therapies as soon as possible.

In my practice, I will therefore advise you personally and in detail on EHP in advance and will of course continue to treat you in my practice before and after the procedure.

A summary of the EHP can be found on  https://www.ehp-therapy.com