All check-up programs can be supplemented by individual additional examinations.
The examinations are both for in-patients (+ room) as well as for out-patients!
Holistic Check-up »Basic«
Thorough anamnesis, physical examination, sonography of abdominal organs and thyroid, ECG, clinical laboratory (blood count, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, kidney function, liver function, cholesterol, uric acid, glucose, triglycerides), urinalysis, Haemoccult, measurement of heart rate variability to assess the stress index, blood smear test, discussion of medical findings
Holistic Check-up »Intensive«
Check-up »Basic«, additionally: Comprehensive laboratory diagnostics (thyroid function, inflammatory markers, lipase, amylase, Hba1C, alkaline phosphatase, total bilirubin, total protein, urea, electrophoresis, IgE, DAO), determination of tumor and inflammatory markers in stool (calprotectin, hemoglobin, haptoglobin, M2-PK), pancreatic elastase in stool, comprehensive laboratory analysis of micronutrients »Metabolism-Profile Naturklinik«, additional: manganese, chromium, peroxides, biotin, „Iron supplement profile“, DHEA/Cortisol in saliva, stress-ECG, echocardiography, Doppler sonography of the neck, leg and head vessels, lung function test, if necessary also under load, vital blood examination, sonography of the breast or examination of the prostate, discussion of medical findings
Holistic Check-up »Heart«
Thorough anamnesis, physical examination, sonography of the abdominal organs, cardiovascular ultrasound, ECG, also under load, clinical Laboratory (blood count, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, kidney function, liver function, cholesterol, uric acid, glucose, triglycerides), urinalysis, Haemoccult, blood smear test, homocysteine, measurement of heart rate variability to assess the stress index, discussion of medical findings
Naturopathic short check
Anamnesis and physical examination, blood smear test, darkfield vital blood examination, detailed discussion of medical findings
Our doctors take time for you
The doctors of the Naturklinik Michelrieth take time for you and listen to you. The conversations and examinations take place in a relaxed atmosphere, and you are thoroughly informed at every step, so that you are always involved in what takes place and can actively participate.
Detailed Anamnesis (medical history)
Initial medical examination
Homeopathic first anamnesis
Homeopathic follow-up anamnesis
An optimal supply of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, trace elements and other building blocks to the organism is necessary so that the metabolism, in particular the nervous system, the immune System and the hormone system can function well.
Despite a rich food supply, micronutrient deficits are becoming more and more common in our time because many foodstuffs contain fewer beneficial elements than in former times, due to the increasing depletion of the soil and as a consequence of the climate Change.
The correction of micronutrient deficiencies is an important basic therapy in the treatment of diseases.
The basis for an optimal micronutrient therapy is a detailed micronutrient Analysis of the blood. Based on this blood analysis, it is possible to precisely determine which micronutrients are lacking. This is the basis for a targeted, individually oriented intake either by peroral administration, infusions or unctions.
Calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, zinc, selenium, ferritin, vitamin D, C, B12, folic acid
Alanine, arginine, asparagine, aspartic acid, citrulline, cysteine, glutamine, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, ornithine, phenylalanine, proline, serine, taurine, threonine, tryptophane, tyrosine, valine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, iron, ferritine, zinc, selenium, copper, carnitine, coenzyme Q10, homocysteine, vitamin C, D3, E, B1, B2, B6, B12, niacine (B3), folic acid, glutathione
Vital Substances-Check “Large”
Alanine, arginine, asparagine, aspartic acid, citrulline, cysteine, glutamine, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, ornithine, phenylalanine, proline, serine, taurine, threonine, tryptophane, tyrosine, valine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, chromium, iron, transferrine, transferrine saturation, soluble transferrine receptor, highly sensitive CRP ferritine, copper, lithium, manganese, selenium, zinc, vitamin A, C, E, D, K, B1, B2, B6, B12, niacine (B3), folic acid, biotine, beta-carotene, carnitine, coenzyme Q10, glutathione, serotonin, DHEA-S, Omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids, homocysteine, peroxides, lipoprotein (a), mercury, lead, aluminum, arsenic, cadmium
Amino Acids Complete Profile
Alanine, arginine, asparagine, aspartic acid, citrulline, cysteine, glutamine, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, ornithine, phenylalanine, proline, serine, taurine, threonine, tryptophane, tyrosine, valine
Pulmonary function test
Long-time blood pressure measurement
Measurement of the heart rate variability
(Further examinations, such as X-ray, CT, MRI, colonoscopy, gastroscopy, cardiac CT, cardiac MRI, etc. are available in the immediate vicinity)
Basically, all common clinical laboratory examinations are available
Clinical chemical laboratory, e.g.
Iron deficiency is the most common micronutrient deficiency worldwide and is much more common than iron deficiency anemia. Normal HB can not rule out an iron deficiency but only an iron deficiency anemia. The iron storage protein ferritin is usually the best parameter for assessing the iron supply, unless there is an inflammation or an infection. In these cases, the soluble transferrin receptor should then be determined. Low ferritin levels within the normal range are no guarantee for a sufficient iron supply. In large studies, ferritin concentrations of less than 100 μg/ltr are usually defined as a deficiency.
The Iron Metabolism requires many micronutrients
In the treatment of an iron deficiency attention must be paid to a sufficient availability of various micronutrients, otherwise the iron deficiency can not be successfully remedied with its sequelae. Important for the iron metabolism are, e.g.: Vitamin A, D3, C, B2, B6, copper, zinc, cysteine, histidine, glutathione.
Extensive diagnosis of the iron metabolism is recommended
In addition to the various parameters of the iron metabolism, the above mentioned micronutrients should also be determined. A good supply of those micronutrients which are involved in the iron metabolism is essential for the success of any iron therapy. In the “Large Iron Profile” these micronutrients are determined.
Iron, ferritin, transferrin, transferrin saturation, soluble transferrin receptor, highly sensitive CRP, vitamin A, copper
The strain on our environment due to heavy metals has been increasing since the beginning of industrialization in the middle of the 19th century. In addition, there is the ubiquitous application of mercury-containing amalgam in dentistry and the increasing prevalence of aluminium in food production and packaging.
Mercury and aluminum, for example, displace iron and magnesium in protein molecules, blocking their function in the metabolism of the body. The tissues of the nervous system, in particular, are affected by the deposits of heavy and light metals. The consequences that gradually develop may be, e.g., headaches, cognitive dysfunction, memory disturbances and depressive conditions, but also skin diseases such as neurodermatitis.
With all these mostly nonspecific disorders, a test for heavy metals can help to gain clarity on the extent of the exposure of your body to heavy or light metals. The result is a treatment that is individually tailored to their removal from your body.
Numerous studies substantiate the growing significance of exposure to heavy and light metals in the diagnosis and treatment of various disorders and illnesses.
Heavy metal testing after elimination:
Aluminum, arsenic, lead, cadmium, copper, nickel, palladium, mercury, tin
The Blood Smear Test and the Darkfield Vital Blood Examination are two valuable holistic examinations in our diagnosismethodology. They allow a targeted insight into the patient’s current metabolic status and show the body’s milieu and blood properties in order to determine appropriate biological therapy applications. The darkfield vital blood examination mainly reveals the properties and vitality of the various blood cells, as well as the different stages of development of tiny microorganisms in the vital blood. The blood smear test gives indications of the presence of stress and residue deposits in various areas of the body. It shows metabolic residues, environmental and toxic burdens as well as residues from previous infections. The results obtained from these examinations may possibly give rise to further diagnostic measures such as sonography, laboratory tests, X-rays or computer-tomography.Here, empirical medicine and conventional medicine complement each other while making a diagnosis, like building blocks in a mosaic. The patient benefits from this because possible illnesses are often recognized at an early stage and a possible therapy can be all the more successful.
The blood smear test and the darkfield vital blood examination also help to detect the degree of strain from existing illnesses. Both tests are optimally suited as a follow-up check in watching the progress
of a particular therapy.
Ultrasound examination of the thyroid
Ultrasound examination of the thyroid with blood flow measurement via Advanced Dynamic Flow-Doppler
Ultrasound examination of an organ
Ultrasound examination of several abdominal organs
Blood flow measurement of an organ via Advanced Dynamic Flow-Doppler
Determining the flow conditions in the portal vein
Determining the flow conditions in the renal arteries
Ultrasound examination of several abdominal organs with blood flow measurements via Advanced Dynamic Flow-Doppler
Transrectal ultrasonography TRUS (Ultrasound examination of the prostate via the rectum)
Ultrasound examination of several joints
Contrast-ultrasound examination of an organ
Contrast-ultrasound examination of several organs
Doppler sonography of internal organs (as supplement to ultrasonography)
Doppler sonography of carotid arteries
Transcranial Doppler sonography (ultrasound examination of the brain vessels)
Transcranial Doppler sonography with contrast agent
Doppler sonography of leg vessels
Conventional heart ultrasound
Tissue Doppler quantification with segmental strain-, strain-rate and displacement analysis and determination of global strain (ultrasound of the heart muscle tissue for early detection of malfunctions)
Transthoracic echocardiography Doppler (TTE Doppler) – determination of coronary flow reserve using adenosine (Doppler ultrasound of the heart)
Bicycle ergometric stress echocardiography (heart ultrasound examination under load)
Low-dose dobutamine stress test for testing the vitality of the myocardium
Bicycle ergometric stress echocardiography with left ventricular opacification (examination of the left ventricle with contrast agent)
Myocardial perfusion-echocardiography (assessment of myocardial perfusion using contrast-cardiac ultrasound)
Microbiological stool examination
Food intolerance test (IgG4 test)
The teeth with their surrounding tissue, such as mucous membranes, bones, glands and muscles, are an important organ. Their influence on the general health of the entire body is often underestimated. The teeth, the gums, the bone or the tooth-supporting tissues (periodontium) often fall ill undetected long before the need for treatment is identified and thus can become an encumbrance on the general state of health.
Dead teeth are considered foreign bodies in the jawbone. They are also known as interference fields. They may represent a blockage along the energy meridians and trigger or aggravate painful or chronic degenerative changes in the organs. A simple digital panoramic x-ray of the jaws with a modern low-radiation device (up to 75% reduction of radiation compared with conventional x-ray devices) allows to locate impacted wisdom teeth, define dental foci and recognize further inflammatory processes.
The distribution of the nerve fibers, which come from the body organs and are forwarded via the spinal cord to the iris, takes place according to segments. In this way, the disorders of an organ – e.g. with
an unnoticed inflammation – are detected by the autonomous nervous system. This irritation of the nervous system leads to various changes in the body. It is transmitted via the spinal cord fibers, altering the structure of the iris.
The perspective of iridology
In addition to exposing hidden inflammations and the strain on tissues or organs, the congenital genetic signs offer a special opportunity for changing to a preventive lifestyle or diet, or indicate a possible medicinal and naturopathic treatment targeted to individual disease prevention and
health maintenance. Watching the changes in the eye and its environment is as old as people have
looked at each other. In ancient Chinese medicine, as well as with Hippocrates, there are indications that the character of a person is recognized through his eyes. For a long time, iris diagnosis was rejected because the relationship between the eye and the body could not be explained.
Only the scientific work of W. Lang, MD, from the University of Heidelberg was able to clarify this question. In 1954, he succeeded in proving that there are nerve connections linking all parts of the body to the iris.
The EDS measurement using the B.E.S.T. system is an excellent, computer-supported and under continuous development, long-term proven method of diagnosing and eliminating extrinsic factors that may impair the healthy interaction of the autonomous nervous system, immune system and endocrine system. In the course of life, the body undergoes various infections with viruses, bacteria, fungi and other pathogens of which energy residues often remain in the body for years. In addition, as a result of increasing environmental po l l ution, the body is exposed to innumerable toxins, pesticides and heavy metals, which, overtime, gradually accumulate in the body and can impede the normal flow of energy. The EDS can help to remove such residues from the body. The EDS also supports the flow of self-healing powers via the nervous system. The EDS has proved to be successful in em pirical medicine with many illnesses where the above mentioned factors may play a role.
– Neurodermatitis in conjunction with heavy metals (at any age, starting with the newborn who has taken in heavy metals from his mother).
– Neuropathic diseases in conjunction with pesticides, toxins, heavy metals.
– Chronic neuropathic diseases of the nervous system such as neuroborreliosis and many others.