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Your Health Information

Gathering the Information We Need to Optimize Your Care

Are you still dissatisfied with your physical well-being despite the information from magazines, television programs, advertising, Internet, wellness programs or different recommendations and experiments on yourself?

Each of us has experienced that modern health care can be overly  impersonalized and factual whilst it is also commonly known that personalised guidance as well as emotional and psychological support can often be central to the restoration and attainment of whole health.

For example the experience of a new symptom or the first visit to a treatment facility after receiving a diagnosis of a serious illness or cancer can be one fraught with anxiety, fear, and uncertainty.

Who YOU are, in all your aspects, as opposed to what you’ve been diagnosed with, is of great significance to your treatment and how to maintain and restore your health.

For a better understanding of your needs and for offering a more personalized medical care program it helps if you could at your first visit provide us with summarized but detailed information, a completed health questionnaire, copies of medical records and laboratory reports prior to your arrival.

During treatment it helps us if you update us on pathology reports; reports from CT scans, PET scans, MRIs, X-Rays; surgical reports; psychology and counselling assessments, results of your most recent blood analysis and for example a record of previously received chemotherapy, including protocols and dates of treatments.

In these times of multiple and potent therapeutic drug use with its often equally powerful side-effects and predictable long term implications, many people are looking for gentler, safer options and the Clinic has a reputation to help to make that choice possible.

Information that you entrust us with is handled with utmost confidentiality and is forwarded to relatives, care personnel, other practitioners, GPs or hospitals ‘only if you wish and give consent to’ in accordance with your best personal interest.

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