The cause of the lack of pregnancy can be established through gynecological examinations:
In a detailed discussion of the findings, I will explain to you and your partner the diagnosed or possibly medically incomprehensible causes of the unfulfilled desire to have children. Then I will discuss suitable medical and complementary therapy options with you. I will create a timetable with you within which a complementary medical therapy is reasonable without the danger of losing precious time to implement the wish to have children.
An unfulfilled desire to have children for years and unsuccessful attempts at artificial insemination are extremely stressful psychologically. A homeopathic therapy helps to stabilize the psyche on the one hand and to strengthen the body on the other hand: A time window, which corresponds to your age and life circumstances, is defined for you, during which homeopathic and complementary medical therapy can be carried out.
You will often notice after only a few weeks how your life energy and thus your well-being improve significantly. Your body can recover from the efforts it has expended through the stimulations and regenerates. It is not uncommon for spontaneous fertilization to occur during this time interval. If this does not happen, your body is strengthened to such an extent that the next in-vitro- fertilization (IVF) can take place under optimal health conditions, which considerably improves the chances of pregnancy.
Before a homeopathic fertility treatment can be started, all medically necessary clarifications must be carried out because the therapy fundamentally depends on the knowledge of whether or which organic conditions in the patient or her partner are the reasons for the unfulfilled desire to have children.
During the hormonal stimulations, homeopathic treatment should NOT be used, as the homeopathic remedies attempt to compensate for the "unphysiological" state of the stimulations and thus weaken the desired effect of the hormonal stimulation.
Further training in the yoga tradition after Krishnamacharya with a special focus on individual and therapeutic body work.
An acute or postoperative wound is often an enormous psychological burden for patients. The most modern wound dressings support the body’s own physiological healing process in a cell-activating and anti-inflammatory way and thus leads to rapid wound closure.
Scientific Advisory Board of the Self-Help Group for Interstitial Cystitis (ICA Austria)
In resource-oriented hypnotic psychotherapy, creative parts of the unconscious are used through therapeutic work with a changed state of consciousness. Because of this, new ways for problem solving and personal development become accessible. Experiences from the past, which emerge and are processed during the hypnotic trance, can be of importance for the treatment of current problems.
Ongoing completion of various modules at the School for Visceral Therapy in Mattsee since 2017
Visceral therapy mainly focuses on the organ system to solve these problems. In addition, exercises from physiotherapy are shown to achieve the best possible result.
Areas of application include digestive problems (such as flatulence, constipation, gastritis, reflux, rapid feeling of fullness (bloating) often in connection with spine complaints), problems of the urogenital tract (including Bladder inflammation, menstrual complaints), respiratory problems (including bronchitis, constant clearing of the throat, frequent hiccups often in connection with shoulder complaints) and headaches (including dizziness, tinnitus, TMJ complaints, migraine, teeth grinding, braces).
Languages: German, English, French, Hungarian
Many years of experience and specialization as an internist in the following areas:
Cardiovascular diseases, metabolic diseases and endocrinological diseases, such as diabetes mellitus and diseases of the thyroid gland, as well as internal diseases during pregnancy.
on the following topics, amongst others:
Languages: German, English, Finnish, Russian, Dutch, Estonian
Specialist in anesthesiology and intensive care from 2004-2010 at the Hanusch Hospital and from 2010-2015 at the Lorenz Böhler Emergency Hospital
Languages: German, English, Italian, Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian