Everything for your health

I am a specialist in internal medicine with the additional title of emergency medicine and continue to work as an emergency physician some days a month. Through my work as an emergency physician and the continuous training in this field, I constantly come into contact with conventional medicine and see again and again that conventional medicine provides essential services to our health system.

In my practice I use the following methods of diagnostics and therapy from conventional medicine


  • resting ECG
  • Vital value determination including blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen saturation in the blood, heart rate variability
  • Ultrasound examination of the abdominal organs
  • comprehensive laboratory tests including testing for heavy metal contamination


  • Chelator therapy (DMPS, DTPA, EDTA, DMSA, Desferal, etc.) Chelators are used for the removal of metals such as mercury, lead, palladium, chromium, gadolinium, etc.
  • Antiparasitic therapy according to Dr. Simon Yu with conventional anthelmintics, I use among others: Ivermectin, Praziquantel, Pyrantel Pamoate, Tinidazole, Albendazole or Mebendazole
  • Use of so-called "Repurposed Drugs" (= use of conventional medical preparations which were initially approved for other indications, but which have proved useful in other diseases); examples of this:
    • Atorvastatin or simvastatin as concomitant therapy in cancer patients
    • Metformin for the unfulfilled desire for children or polycystic ovaries
    • Albendazole as adjuvant therapy for colorectal cancer
    • Mebendazole as concomitant therapy for brain tumors
    • Methadone as concurrent analgesic therapy in cancer patients

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