FAQ – Frequently asked questions


1) Is the practice barrier-free?

The practice is located on the first floor of the DRK building "Haus Bühlot" and is easily accessible through a wheelchair accessible entrance.

2) Does the practice also treat teenagers and children?

The practice is there for the whole family - also for teenagers and children from 7 years.

3) Can I take an allergy test with you?

No, we do not offer allergy testing.

4) Can I get tested for Lyme disease? 

Yes, we offer two tests (Elisa and Western Blot) to determine if you have Lyme disease. 

5) How can I reach the practice by phone?

We are available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at +49 7723 252 11.

6) Can I also reach the practice by e-mail?

Yes, to make an appointment write us a short e-mail to

Please keep in mind that neither general nor specific medical inquiries can be answered via email. 

Personal questions and concerns can be answered in an on-site appointment. 

7) Can I bring my pet?

No, please understand that this is not possible for hygienic reasons.


1) Are you still accepting new patients?

We are only accepting new patients with diseases that are difficult to treat. These include benign tumors, cancer, fibromyalgia, burn-out syndrome, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, multiple sclerosis, lupus erythematosus, dementia, Parkinson's disease, chronic migraine, polyneuropathy.

2) Can I come without an appointment?

No, examination and consultation without an appointment is not possible in our practice.

3) How can I make an appointment?

For new patients and anyone who was last treated in our practice more than two years ago:

Patients who were last treated in our practice less than two years ago can make an appointment directly. Also by calling +49 7223 252 11.

4) What should I do if I cannot keep the appointment?

We ask for a timely notification.

5) In which other languages (besides German) can the treatment take place?

In French, Italian and Spanish.

6) How can I organize my travel and accommodation?

Here you can find important information about travel and accommodation.

7) What should I bring to the appointment?

Current findings such as blood test, CT, MRI, ultrasound (if available).

On the day of the examination, a blood, urine and possibly stool sample will be taken.

8) How long does a treatment usually take?

First appointment: 60 - 180 minutes

Follow-up appointment: 60 - 90 minutes

9) How does an examination proceed?


  Physical examination 

  Laboratory tests:

  • Urinalysis
  • Blood test (oxidative stress)
  • Examination of your blood oxygen level

 Examination of your personal risk for heart attack and stroke

 eye diagnosis

 On request:

  • Vital field diagnosis (energetic condition of your body)
  • Further naturopathic examination methods (blood test for monitoring tumor activity, early detection of colon cancer, early detection of bladder cancer, large and small blood count)

After the detailed diagnosis and a physical examination, an individual treatment concept is created, which is then explained to the patient.

10) How many treatments are required and at what intervals?

Frequency and spacing depend on the individual symptoms and personal needs. As a rule, one to four treatment appointments are sufficient. In certain cases, several treatments over a longer period are recommended.

11) Is there a guarantee of success?

No, there is no guarantee of success with any treatment - whether naturopathic or conventional medicine.


1) How is the payment made?

Payment is made in cash or by card (no American Express) directly after the examination or treatment. The invoice is prepared according to the fee schedule for alternative practitioners and ranges from 150 € (basic examination) to 700 € (complete examination with therapy) depending on the treatment.


1) What should I do if I am wearing a bioresonance chip and need to have an ultrasound examination, MRI, CT (or similar)? 

You can remove the chip and put it back on after the examination.


1) I am doing chemotherapy and the injection therapy you prescribed at the same time. Can I do the injection on the same day of chemotherapy? 

We recommend that you perform the injection on the following day. 

2) Can I interrupt the injection therapy you prescribed when I go on vacation? 

Yes, you can interrupt the therapy and continue it after your vacation.

3) Can I interrupt your prescribed remedies (oral application) when I go on vacation?   

Yes, you can interrupt the therapy and continue it after your vacation.

4) Can I interrupt your prescribed therapy (injection therapy and/or oral application) if I have to take antibiotics at the same time? 

Yes, you must interrupt the therapy and continue it after antibiotic treatment.