The precise knowledge of disease-promoting factors forms the basis for all our therapy recommendations. Whereby it is important to recognise potential stresses, deficiencies and functional disturbances of the biological systems.

This applies both for the treatment of chronic illnesses and for preventive concepts. We work with state-of-the-art equipment and innovative methods.

  • Ultrasound
  • ECG & lung function
  • Determination of vascular status (ABI)



We determine numerous other laboratory parameters in addition to the basic internal profile. Some of these values (e.g. CRP, tumour markers, ferritin, vitamin D, thyroid levels) we measure directly at our clinic, preventing burdensome waiting periods and allowing many decisions regarding therapy to be made immediately.

The following parameters are assessed in external laboratories:

  • Micronutrients
    E.g. selenium, vitamin B12, folic acid, zinc
  • Hormones
    Oestradiol, progesterone, FSH, testosterone
  • Stress hormones
  • Immune status
  • Food intolerances
  • Inflammation cytokines and histamine
  • Immunological activity (LTT Test) for metals (e.g. dental metals)
  • Immunological activity (LTT Test) if suspicion of:
    chronic infection with borrelia, Ebstein-Barr virus, etc.
  • Tumour markers
    as control system for our cancer therapy
  • Biological markers such as TKTL1 and APO10
    for assessing biological properties in the case of tumour illnesses.
  • Bioenergetic health index
    as a marker for mitochondrial function
  • Stool analysis:
    genetic determination of the gut microbiome, secretory IgA, calprotectin, alpha-1-antitrypsin, zonulin
  • Determination of heavy metals
    in blood, spontaneously voided urine, and after provocation with DMPS

Determined using a physical measurement of the energy state of more than 600 measurement objects and of all 13 body systems. This measurement forms the basis for a targeted vital field therapy. It can, however, also be very helpful in the case of unclear clinical pictures and in the search for the cause of regulatory disturbances. The following parameters, among others, are measured:

  • Energetic state of the whole body
  • Regulatory ability
  • eEnergy state of the individual 13 body systems, information on disturbed body systems and blockages between body systems.
  • Therapy capacity (very important for regulatory medicine to prevent the therapy making excessive demands of the body)
  • Accumulation of toxins
  • Analysis of the stress axes
  • Analysis of the regeneration axes
  • Analysis of the metabolic organs

The information determined by these examinations only represents a snapshot. One can see the current energy state and energy distribution within the body.


Conventional medicine now also recognises the measurement of heart rate variability as an examination of the functioning of the autonomic nervous system. The time between the individual heartbeats is measured over 520 heartbeats. This is used to determine the activity of the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.

The sympathetic system is activated, for example, during sport, work, inflammation, stress and pain. Too little sympathetic activity is a sign of chronic fatigue.

The parasympathetic system is required for regeneration and healing. A parasympathetic state is achieved when, for example, at peace, asleep, at prayer or during meditation. Parasympathetic activity is frequently reduced by chronic illnesses.


We verify chronic heavy metal contamination according to the protocol of the German Association for Medical Toxicology (KMT) using the chelating agents Ca-EDTA and DMPS. The body cannot metabolise these substances, which only form bonds with metals and are quickly excreted again in urine.

We examine your urine for metals one hour after administering the chelating agent. This so-called provocation test is the only scientifically recognised method for proving the existence of chronic metal poisoning. We combine the test with vital field technology and additional infusions (glutathione, ProcCluster® procaine, alpha-lipoic acid) to improve the release of metals from the tissues and their bonding with the chelating agents, as well as to support the excretion of metals.


The oxygen uptake of the body is determined by measuring the oxygen level in exhaled air (oxygen content of room air minus oxygen content of exhaled air). This allows calculation of how much fat and sugar combustion is momentarily taking place as a proportion of total energy generation. The measurement of CO2 in exhaled air allows conclusions to be made about the respiratory acid load. A sufficient uptake of oxygen is a fundamental prerequisite for efficient energy metabolism (see ‘Mitochondrial medicine’).



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