Regenerative mitochondrial therapy
The role of balance of cell activityCellular energy production is a permanent, self-regulating process in the human body. If this self-regulation (homeostasis) becomes unbalanced, e.g. due to particular stress and strain or for reasons of genetics or age, this will cause, from the cell symbiosis therapist’s point of view, most different chronic diseases.
40 % of energy level are decisive! In the centre of the diagnosis are the mitochondria – the power stations or our cells. If their energy level during the production of energy-containing ATP (adenosintriphosphate) falls below 40%, the hormones, enzymes, amino acids and immune cells necessary to keep all the organ functions working will, according to our observations, decrease too. In addition, more cell oxygen radicals are released in the cell contributing to the development of diseases.
Comprehensive diagnostices in CFI SpeyerThe examination of cell activity is carried out at the CFI by a laboratory evaluation of blood, urine and stool and – that is decisive – with consideration of biochemical and biophysical indicators. The information provided by the patient regarding his mental health plays also a major role. Here in particular, cross-references can often be found from which we can draw decisive conclusions regarding a generally cellular cause of different symptoms.
How can the activity of cells be influenced?
→ By the individualIn individual talks with the patient, we also determine if a merely medical intervention into the biological cell activity is sufficient according to our understanding or if it is necessary to modify old forms of behaviour as part of an intensive day-hospital treatment.
→ By the orthomolecular treatmentIf degenerative restrictions of the mitochondrial function can be detected (e.g. autoimmune events, food allergies, heavy metal exposure etc...), a treatment programme with specific recipes will be drawn up according to the results obtained. We administer solely natural, biological substances and preparations (e.g. vitamins, trace elements, amino acid preparations etc.) which, during an intensive outpatient or day-patient treatment, are given, in a special preparation, orally and by infusion for the stabilisation of the cell activity.
Both types of treatment come from the field of naturopathic alternative medicine and are not entirely accepted by orthodox medicine claiming that the proof of their efficacy has not yet been fully provided.