Natural therapies

These are holistic disciplines that have existed for millennia, and which see the body as a whole that needs balance and harmony to function correctly.

 

Several studies show the effectiveness of natural therapies as an alternative – or complement – to traditional medicine to improve fertility and achieve pregnancy.

 

Our therapists are specialised in fertility, and combine disciplines in a synergistic and holistic way to treat different issues that affect the reproductive system.

 

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Traditional Chinese Medicine

In 1980 the World Health Organisation recognised that Chinese Medicine can offer effective treatment for fertility and gynaecological disorders.

Our therapists use different techniques: acupuncture, tuina and shiatsu massages, diet and Chinese herbal medicine.

Acupuncture regulates the energy balance throughout the body and increases blood circulation, thereby improving the quality of the follicles, semen and endometrium.

Herbal medicine has been used for over 2,000 years to treat infertility. About 150 different plants are used to improve fertility and avoid miscarriage.

 

Osteopathy

Osteopathy is a holistic discipline based on the principle that our organs function correctly if they are in harmony with the rest of the body. An imbalance between the different structures of our organism can sometimes produce a dysfunction of the reproductive system. Osteopathy can re-establish the function of the reproductive organs, for both men and women.

 

Naturopathy, homeopathy and vibration techniques

These disciplines stimulate the inner capacity of the body to cure itself.

Naturopathy: through nutrition (nutritional and herbal supplements).

Homeopathy: through substances chosen according to each person’s symptoms, physical constitution and reaction to illness.

Vibration techniques: through high vibration therapy where rhythm, by entering into contact with the given organ, provokes an increase in frequency until total recovery is achieved.

 

 

 

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