The benefits of our rehabilitation
Surgery. Chemotherapy. Radiation therapy. Heavy and toxic treatment are behind you. And what is ahead? How to rehabilitate after such a blow to the body, and to restore your immune system?
Struggling against cancer is a huge path for a human being. First there is the diagnosis to accept and then quickly comes the concrete fight. It may include surgery, small or big, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, hormonotherapy and new treatments like immunotherapy for certain types of tumour.
Fortunately nowadays, our modern medicine constantly continues to improve to overcome this still mysterious disease.
However, for many persons, this whole treatment process takes months and implicates very tough moments. Indeed, there are several rounds during which the human being will go through painful physical states, depression, doubts, fear, solitude and so on. And in several cases, once the therapy is over, the patient is physically and mentally exhausted. And what then?
During many years that our medical centre has been around people treated for cancer, we were always thinking about what happens next. Yes the patient is in remission, yes the patient finally can finish with his treatment and can rest. But is this enough after all he went through? We had the feeling that once the therapy is over, the doctors are done, and the patient is on his own. Of course he will have to be checked regularly but that’s it.
What about the recovery part? What about all these toxic products (platinum and other heavy metals for example) that went in the body during chemotherapy and that could provoke long terms problems such as neuropathy, hormonal imbalance, heart problems etc.
Thus our center decided to build up with its internist specializing in prevention and age management a rehabilitation program for oncology patients.
The programme begins with a comprehensive medical assessment of the patient’s health condition. He is then offered therapy consisting of a one-week course of intravenous perfusions (most likely, the doctor will recommend repeating this programme after six months, and then taking it in a shortened form once/six months).
The composition of the dropps is created individually for each patient, taking into account the results of the tests and are only products of natural origin: antioxidants, anti-glycans, multivitamins, minerals, amino acids, oligo elements and chelating components to cleanse the body from the effects of aggressive chemotherapy on various organs (liver, heart, blood vessels, nervous system, kidneys, etc.)
This therapy, has no side effects, and also leads to the destruction of potential cancer or pre-cancer cells that are resistant to chemotherapy or classical radiation therapy which can potentially be responsible for the recurrence of cancer after several years.
OUR POST-ONCOLOGICAL REHABILITATION INCLUDES
It is strongly recommended to repeat this treatment (in abbreviated form), including blood tests, after 4-6 months.
Cost per 6 days: CHF 13’900.00 including laboratory tests
The treatment is done as an outpatient in our medical center.
Depending on the type of cancer, the patient is recovering from, some physiotherapy sessions with specialist in oncology rehabilitation can be advised.
We also advise to stay in Hotel la Réserve where we can adapt a nutrition and spa program for the patient’s wellbeing.
The biocheckup is a precocious diagnosis program focusing on the physiopathological imbalance associated with society illnesses. The precocious diagnosis of the metabolism imbalance at an early stage, before the appearance of an illness, pushes you to take adapted measures that can have a reversible effect on the development of the illness.
Cardiovascular and inflammatory risk
Fatty acids profile
Saturated fatty acids
Monounsaturated fatty acids
Monounsaturated trans fatty acids
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega 6)
Polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega 3)
Lipoproteins atherogenicity/emerging markers
Oxidative stress & nutrition
Trace elements and enzymes
Nutrition & metabolism
Fatigue, stress, sports industrial alimentation
Sever nutritional problems
Nutrition and inflammation
Nutrition, metabolism, sports
Women hormonal check
Men hormonal check
Trace of toxic elements