This form of medicine is considered the art of healing an individual as a whole. This is done by allowing the individual to achieve balance in his or her life through working on the body, mind, spirit and emotions of his or her being.
Anthroposophic medicine provides the tools that allow us to understand more about our roots of both health and illness. The insights are novel and diverse: about the interactions between the body, soul, and spirit; about the human being's relationship to the natural world; about new therapeutic possibilities for fostering health and healing. These aspects are often unrecognized or even ignored as a part of standard medical school, but they add depth and meaning to the practice of medicine.
Mistletoe Therapy can be used in malignant and non-malignant tumors for stimulation of bone marrow activity along with conventional treatments to offset the side-effects of chemotherapy and radiation, such as nausea, vomiting, and lack of appetite. It can also be used to diminish tumor-related pain and to reduce the risk of tumor recurrence. (Disclaimer: This treatment is not used to cure Cancer)
If you feel that you may benefit from the help of Mistletoe Therapy, kindly call 724-635-0147 and ask to speak with Sarah for scheduling. A consultation with our healthcare provider Heather Pavlinsky is required before any treatment can begin.