Klinik St. Georg, Bad Aibling, Germany
For nearly three decades, St. George Hospital has been considered one of Germany’s leading cancer treatment centers. Led by Dr. Fredrick Douwes, this hospital has pioneered the use of radio wave hyperthermia.
Treatments here combine standard conventional therapies (surgery, chemotherapy and radiation) with complementary treatments.
Diagnostics include X-rays, all forms of ultrasounds, lung function tests, endoscopy, tumor markers and cancer screening, chemo-sensitivity tests, dark-field diagnostics and Prognos electro-dermal screening.
Their partnership with a nearby facility allows them to offer CT scans and MRIs, and they have on-call radiologists, ophthalmologists, dermatologists, ENT specialists, etc.
The highly professional interdisciplinary medical staff offers exams, consultations, and monitors progress throughout the treatment process.
All physicians, therapists and the nursing staff regularly attend training seminars in order to guarantee a permanently high standard of performance and knowledge of the newest developments in complementary medicine.
This modern, 50-bed hospital offers organic food, a friendly bi-lingual staff and a long history of successful treatments.
The private rooms have direct dial phones, satellite-TV, WiFi, private bathrooms and a small dining area. Most meals are taken in the dining room.
Patients are welcome to bring a companion to share their room and have meals at the hospital.
Located on the town square in the charming town of Bad Aibling, the hospital is a 45 minute drive from Munich International Airport.
Shops, cafes, a large park and hotels are right outside the hospital door, which is right at the foot of the Bavarian Alps.
For localized prostate cancers, St. George offers a one week trans-urethral hyperthermia treatment that has a 100% cure rate.
They also specialize in ovarian and pancreatic cancers, which are difficult to treat using strictly conventional methods. Radio-wave hyperthermia, along with low dose chemotherapy, has no side effects.
Other modalities include Mistletoe therapy, Photodynamic therapy (PDT), Insulin potentiated chemotherapy (IPT), Galvano Electro therapy, vaccines, various IV therapies, ozone, biological therapies, orthomolecular medicine, homeopathy, and a variety of treatments for pain.
Therapy, detoxification and nutrition counseling. Patients usually come for a 3 week treatment cycle, and are given program to follow at home.
Phone: 941.929.7317 8 AM – 6 PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME