How can one explain symptoms that cannot be explained by clinical findings?
At the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover we offer you a broad range of diagnostics to help identify a wide variety of diseases.
Imaging methods play a decisive role in the diagnosis of cancer. However, other methods such as BioScan and RGCC are also crucial.
In the following we give an overview of our most important diagnostic methods. This is because every successful treatment is preceded by an exact, individual diagnosis followed by an individual, tailor-made treatment plan.
uring your first visit to our clinic, a blood test will be carried out.
Whether the patient undergoes block or contingency therapy, regeneration or biological cancer therapy, the frequency of blood tests is determined by the need for additional results.
It is important for cancer patients to know that the progression of cancer in our outpatient clinic is not only assessed on the basis of tumour markers.
With the Bioscan, the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover is using a modern biomedical system.
The Bioscan can diagnose related and troublesome health conditions. With the information obtained in this way, suitable forms of treatment can be determined.
The Bioscan technology measures energy levels in the body and compares them with standard measurement results, similar to blood tests. It compares your current blood values with the default values and indicates deviations. But the Bioscan goes even further, because it shows us whether a patient is suitable for certain drugs, nutrients and therapies or suffers from exposure to electrosmog, environmental influences or heavy metals. Thus, it shows the relationship between these factors.
The use of ultrasound examination is a common practice in clinics to monitor important health indicators. Ultrasound examination is an imaging method for diagnosis based on ultrasound waves. It makes muscles, tendons and internal organs visible. With the ultrasound device in combination with a layering image, it is possible to detect their size, structure and pathological changes in real time.
The technology is mobile and easy to use. The Hyperthermia Centre Hannover uses it on a daily basis because it provides doctors with important information on the progress of therapy. If special diagnostic tools such as magnetic resonance tomography (MRT) or computer tomography (CT) have to be used, we work together with experienced external experts who specialise in this form of diagnosis.
The bioresonance test, which is now well known and valued by the general public, detects harmful substances and their effects on the patient's body, as well as allergies and intolerances. The test itself is quick and painless.
A bioresonance test detects bacteria, viruses, electromagnetic, dental materials, allergens etc. which lead to health problems and irritating health conditions. Whether a bioresonance test is performed as an important complement to a test patients have already done or as an alternative test system, it provides valuable insights and is an important diagnostic and therapeutic aid. A bioresonance test can be part of our diagnosis and complemented by bioresonance therapy.