Holistic lyme disease therapy

Photodynamic Therapy

Photodynamic laser therapy (PDT) and lyme disease – Holistic lyme disease therapy

The photodynamic laser therapy – laser blood treatment for lyme disease patients – helps patient affected by lyme disease at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover, Germany. A photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a minimally invasive treatment option. In the case of a lyme disease treatment a sub form of the photodynamic laser therapy PDT is used.

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Patients are being treated with this gentle form of laser therapy in combination with the oral intake of light-sensitive substances. Natural supplements like curcumin or hypercin are taken prior and during the treatment over a certain period of time. The supplements enhance the light sensitiveness of parasites, bacteria and viruses, allowing them to be destroyed by light. During the laser blood treatment a laser light is guided via a catheter into the vein and directly into the flowing blood. Most patients feel energized and experience an ever improving condition after having received a laser blood treatment. “Compared to traditional lyme disease treatment, side effects do not occur and the immune system is activated,” says Dr. Peter Wolf, director of the Hyperthermia Center in Hanover. “This is an outstanding advantage for our patients.”

To further enhance the effects of a photodynamic laser therapy – laser blood treatment for lyme disease patients – patients can benefit from whole body hyperthermia and infusions therapies at the Hyperthermia Centre Hannover.

In ophthalmology and dermatology, photodynamic therapy (PDT) is now used as a standard procedure. In oncology, compared to surgical treatment, a photodynamic laser therapy offers the advantage of a non-invasive or minimally-invasive procedure. Particularly, the removal of healthy tissue surrounding a tumor (for safety reasons) is unnecessary. The use of photodynamic therapy (PDT) has been and is being studied scientifically – inter alia with prostate and bladder cancer (interstitial laser therapy) – and is therefore ideally suited to treat and destroy cancerous tissue in one treatment, without severe side effects, and depending on its size and location.

The Hyperthermia Center Hanover, under the direction of Dr. Peter Wolf, is one of the largest providers of hyperthermia in Germany. For more than 30 years of integrative cancer therapy and biological therapy procedures, not only do they offer photodynamic therapy but various forms of hyperthermia (whole-body hyperthermia, locoregional hyperthermia and transurethral hyperthermia (hyperthermia of the prostate)) as well. Bioresonance, homeopathy, psychotherapy, acupuncture, galvanotherapy and insulin potentiation therapy (low-dose chemotherapy) complete the offer to a holistic therapy concept. The Hyperthermia Center in Hanover treats outpatients with a focus on regulation therapies, regenerative therapies and active biological cancer therapy.