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In our practice, we infuse many different substances under different objectives and viewpoints.

Some people want to be even more powerful and focused as well as maintain or optimize their health. Here, infusions fall under the rubric of preventive medicine.

Furthermore, we infuse to improve and treat various disease or complaint patterns of our patients. Infusion therapy is an important support among many different therapies and works best together with other forms of therapies (e.g., – depending on the clinical symptoms – with the high-dose ozone therapy (OHT) or the chelation therapy for heavy metal detoxification).

Infusion Therapy / IV Therapy

Among other things, infusions can be used to strengthen the immune system, stimulate and support detoxification and eliminate toxins, supply the body with important vitamins, trace elements, amino acids and antioxidants, and also infuse targeted substances for various medical conditions. We also administer infusion mixtures that support the intestinal barrier or the intestine in its healing process (e.g. in the case of a leaky gut syndrome), strengthen the connective tissue, optimize the mitochondria (the power plants of the cell) and much more.

Infusions are also used in complementary cancer therapy. Substances such as vitamin C in the high-dose range, curcumin and artesunate (often with prior iron administration, so-called iron priming) are frequently used here.

Benefits of infusion therapy

The advantage of infusions is that 100% of the active ingredient is absorbed. Before the infusions, we always conduct an individual conversation and, of course, provide you with detailed information. Any effects but also possible side effects are always addressed here.

Infusion therapies in our practice

The following are some examples of infusion therapies performed in our practice:

Please feel free to contact us any time for more information and/or arrange an appointment in our pracitice.
We will be happy to answer your questions and help you.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Stefan Rohrer