Revitalising Medicine in 4 therapies

For SHA Wellness Clinic
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Friday July 10th, 2020
Natural therapies

Revitalising Medicine is in continual growth because of its preventive effect and the help it gives to integrate concepts of healthy habits in our lives. As SHA Wellness Clinic knows its importance, it proposes a poker of revitalising services of absolute vanguard composed by ozone therapy, serotherapy, cellular bioanalysis and intravenous laser therapy.

In medicine, the revitalising action consists of increasing the energy available to the cells, which allows them to recover their functionality optimally. This normalises functions that have been lost or weakened by the effect of factors such as environmental pollution, toxic habits or ageing itself.

This is how many chronic degenerative, infectious and metabolic diseases are recovered and prevented,” says Dr Rosario García, an expert in biological and anti-ageing medicine.

Revitalising Medicine seeks to maintain vital functions and improve quality of life by restoring the physiological balance in the cells of our body through the proper use of nutrients and elements that they need. It manages to strengthen the health, to attenuate the deterioration of the organism and to prevent chronic diseases.

Aware of the rise of Revitalising Medicine, and also of its future importance, SHA Wellness Clinic is strengthening this area with four new therapies:

1. Ozone therapy: the gas in your immune system

It is the application of medical ozone in the human body with the primary purpose of achieving a therapeutic benefit.
Medical ozone is a gas that is obtained from pure medical oxygen with the help of a generator, and that allows its prescribed dosage. It contributes to improving the antioxidant cellular activity and thus favours the elimination of free radicals.
“It has also been proven effective in modulating the immune system by achieving a controlled regulation of the immune response, which is one of the reasons why it is applied in autoimmune diseases,” says Dr Rosario Garcia.

 

2. Serum therapy: detoxification and energy

This therapy is based on the intravenous administration of a combination of vitamins, minerals and trace elements to optimise the enzymatic functions of the cells and favour the capacity of self-healing of the organism.
In a preventive way, serum therapy is especially indicated in situations where our reserves may be depleted, such as stress, polymedication, pollution, very intense sporting activity or ageing,” says Dr Rosario Garcia.
Probably the detoxification of the body is one of the significant applications of this treatment. Still, the truth is that the combination of serums covers a countless range of therapeutic options: health and beauty of skin and hair, fight against obesity, protection of the immune system, regulation of sleep, improvement of digestion, bone strengthening, etc.

 

3. Cellular bioanalysis: choice for an anti-ageing treatment

It is a technique that starts with the study of a drop of blood in vivo using a dark field microscope, thanks to which the internal environment can be analysed and a large part of the cellular imbalances that could in the future lead to chronic or degenerative diseases be detected.
For this reason, it becomes essential within any anti-ageing program, thanks to its eminently preventive character. And not only that, but its usefulness is increased by the knowledge that allows making pursuit of the effectiveness of the applied treatments.

 

4. Intravenous laser therapy: state-of-the-art revitalisation

It works by applying laser light directly into the bloodstream thanks to an optical fibre that is introduced into the vascular light through a special catheter.
The laser light stimulates the blood cells due to the activation of photosensitive receptors present at an intracellular level thanks to the action of photons, thus triggering numerous positive biological effects.
This therapy provides energy, strength and endurance, reduces pain and inflammation, significantly improves general day-to-day performance, regulates sleeping and waking behaviour and stabilises mood,” details Dr Rosario Garcia.

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