That's why we look at your health with an open-minded, broad perspective. Just a bit broader than you are used to from mainstream health care.
Learning from each other
Western and Eastern medicine are becoming increasingly familiar with each other. Ancient energy medicine based on Chi, yin and yang and the 5 elements and Western science are converging.
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1924
As early as 1901, Dutch physician Willem Einthoven invented the string galvanometer. This was the first instrument that could detect the tiny power shocks produced by the heart. For this invention and the further development of electrocardiography (ECG), Einthoven received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1924.
Importance of energy and light scientifically demonstrated
We all know that processes in the body are controlled by energy. Very small currents control muscles. The light in our eyes is converted to form an image. And Groningen researcher Ben Feringa showed that cells need light to absorb nutrients. He received the Nobel Prize in chemistry for it in 2016.