Medical Microbiology Therapy
What significance does my intestinal tract have for the immune system?
Therapies for children and adults
What is Medical Microbiological Therapy?
Microbiology explores the smallest living organisms (microorganisms) found, for example, in our intestines.
Our intestine is the largest immune organ in the human body. Various bacteria and microorganisms live in symbiosis in the intestine and ensure a stable immune system. If this balance is disturbed, it can lead to chronically recurring diseases, often accompanied by fatigue, drop in performance, bloating and other symptoms.
Causes for imbalance in intestinal flora
Possible causes are: stress, antibiotics, cortisone medicines, environmental toxins. Every intestinal infection can lead to a weakening of our immune system and consequently to many different illnesses.
How does Medical Microbiology Therapy work?and when is it prescribed?
Special tests determine whether there are enough essential microorganisms in our intestines. If necessary, these important strains of bacteria can be increased or recreated.
A specific colon therapy will sustain your healthy intestinal flora in the long term. It is an important measure in cases of increased susceptibility to infections or chronic infections of the respiratory tract. It is also helpful in cases of allergies, lactose intolerance and many other diseases and sustainably improves symptoms. In addition, the therapy is supported by a detoxification program (like acupuncture patches) if necessary.
Your ear, nose and throat specialist in Berlin is committed to finding the best treatment for each patient. We support you with our many years of experience and state-of-the-art technical equipment. We would be pleased to advise you in a personal consultation regarding additional naturopathic treatment methods.
Do you have any questions about medical microbiological therapy in Berlin (Charlottenburg/Wilmersdorf)? We will be happy to advise you. Please contact us and schedule an appointment for a personal consultation.
You can reach us at 030 892 99 42 or via our online appointment service. We are always available to help you.