News from the clinic, science and research
Join us as Dr. Ralf Oettmeier from Switzerland uses his medical expertise to further your understanding of the bio regulatory approach as the foundation to life and saying YES to LIFE! Ralf and Kelly medically enlighten you as to the truth behind the body and the real approach to health. This is in contrast to the medical approach of symptom suppression that is so commonly used in our allopathic community.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the central nervous system. At the Alpstein Clinic, we focus our diagnosis on the possible disruptive factors that can lead to, or worsen, an autoimmune disease like MS. it is necessary to precisely identify these factors in advance, in order to address them with a holistic therapy concept that will not only free the body from them, but also rebuild and stabilise the overall physical state.
Having rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis is associated with pain in many parts of the body: the hands, feet, back, buttocks, or even in the jaw and jaw joints. But did you know that diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis can affect oral health?
Naturopathic Newsletter Alpstein Clinic Gais, Switzerland. Data, background, active prevention, and treatment with integrative biological medicine.
In this weeks episode, former Navy SEAL, CIA contractor and professional performance coach David 'Rut' Rutherford explores the holistic approach of treating chronic diseases through integrative biological medicine and dentristy with Dr. Ralf Oettmeier and Dr. Josef Vizkelety. Dr. Oettmeier is the head physician at the Swiss Alpstein Clinic in Gais, Switzerland and Dr. Vizkelety is the head dentist at the same clinic. Together they give their expert opinions on managing the Coronavirus outbreak throughout the world.
ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and belongs to the group of behavioural disorders that include an emotional component. The main symptoms are inattention, motor restlessness (hyperactivity) and increased impulsiveness. ADHD is the most frequently diagnosed psychiatric disease in childhood and adolescence. In Switzerland, approximately 3-5% of all children suffer from ADHD. What does ADHS mean? How is ADHD diagnosed?
What you need to know about your disease