4th munich non-clinical intensive care congress maik
successful treatment concept is presented to specialists and a wider public audience.
the internationally sought-after speakers, farid zitoun and christian rüger, could be won as experts for maik on october 28 and 29, 2011.
naturheilzentrum bottrop (nabo), one of the largest naturopathic practices in germany and its crew pick up from where conventional medicine reaches its limits.
farid zitoun and christian rüger set standards in their outpatient clinic. with its international renown of non-clinical rehabilitation and intensive care of those most seriously ill, naturheilzentrum bottrop is an institution in the area of natural palliative care.
as leading therapists and founders of nabo, the diagnosis “incurable” is no final statement for the passionate healers. the results of their therapy prove them right and reassure them in their consistent commitment to patients and their relatives.
big chances and perspectives for many patients | tradition paired with the latest findings
based on their long-standing experience, farid zitoun and christian rüger have developed an innovative and registered treatment concept - nabomed®
this novel stimulation therapy is based on a special micro-stitch technique, further developed at nabo. this combination of treatment systems successfully used over centuries, traditional knowledge, the latest findings and treatment technologies has become a stepping stone for many patients on their road to recovery.
nabo experts pass on knowledge | new standards through therapy with a sting
on saturday, october 29, this knowledge is made accessible to an audience consisting of intensive care physicians, scientists, carers, therapists, health insurers, People concerned or affected, as well as their relatives, at maik 2011, germany´s biggest expert congress on non-clinical intensive care.
on the topic “neue perspektiven mit reiz” (new perspectives through stimulation), beathe block-theißen, intensive care nurse at heimbeatmungsservice brambing jaschke gmbh, presents her observations and records on the use of the nabomed® therapy concept.
within the framework of this lecture, nabomed® concept developers, farid zitoun and christian rüger (naturheilzentrum bottrop), report on perspectives, possibilities and boundaries of this special stimulation therapy from the field of acupuncture.
in the focus – the Person
the nabomed® concept is based on the palliative care concept. what's special is that it is applied on those affected, with a clear integration of close relatives and the direct, nursing environment such as carers, therapists, doctors and the involved patients alike. as real integrative medicine – because health is due to good reasons.
the treatment focus is on the after-effects following a sustained traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain damage, as well as for brain performance and development disorders. in addition to that, it can effectively be used for patients receiving artificial respiration on a permanent basis.