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Manual Abdominal Therapy (MAT) – as developed by Dr FX Mayr

Dr FX Mayr’s manual abdominal therapy is always performed by a physician. It is a key element of every Mayr programme. Depending on your chosen package, you will have several of these treatments each week. MAT has a wide range of beneficial effects, and doesn’t take up much time.

Manual abdominal treatment

  • Unblocks the abdomen's lymphatic system
  • Improves oxygen supply to the tissues
  • Increases blood flow to the abdomen
  • Activates intestinal peristalsis
  • Teaches abdominal breathing

Acupuncture and laser acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient element of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a highly effective healing method. Needles or low-energy laser beams are used to stimulate acupuncture points and enhance the functionality of the body's organs. During the treatment, your physician will stimulate specific energy channels – meridians – by means of barely noticeable needle pricks or laser impulses.

Hypno-acupuncture

Acupuncture is a particularly effective form of therapy for the following:

  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Joint inflammation or arthritis
  • Spinal pain and reduced mobility of the spine
  • Chronic headaches and migraines
  • Chronic bronchitis and sinusitis
  • Vegetative disorders

Neural therapy

Neural therapists start from the assumption that diseased or damaged tissue becomes biologically modified. This affects the body's functionality in much the same way as a jamming transmitter. Your physician injects small amounts of local anaesthetic into certain points that are associated with the painful area. The injection restores the natural bioelectric field thereby silencing the 'jamming transmitter', and allowing the body to heal itself. Neural therapy can stop agonising pain in just a few seconds – this 'phenomenon of seconds' was first scientifically recognised back in 1965.

Areas of application include:

  • Acute musculoskeletal discomfort
  • Chronic inflammation
  • Rheumatic diseases
  • Chronic illness without obvious cause, including migraine, sinusitis, tonsillitis, shoulder pain, neuralgia, osteoarthritis of the hip, irritable bladder, and sleep disorders

Therapeutic phlebotomy

A common symptom of modern society is haemoconcentration. This can be caused by protein-heavy diets, lack of exercise, and insufficient fluid intake. The blood's decreased fluidity can have life-threatening results such as heart attacks and strokes.

Modern Mayr Medicine improves blood viscosity simply by means of fasting, high fluid intake and exercise. In some cases, however, we recommended the ancient treatment of therapeutic phlebotomy. Depending on the medical indications, the physician extracts between 250ml and 500ml of blood. If necessary, the treatment is complemented by an infusion. The result is that blood pressure returns to normal with a decreased risk of blood clotting and heart attacks, and long-term improved blood viscosity.

Intravenous drip therapy

Intravenous drip therapy promotes the body's ability to self-heal by providing the body with any nutrients that it might be lacking. Since a cleansed digestive system is better at absorbing valuable nutrients, this therapy is particularly effective when combined with Mayr. When deficiency is severe, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements are administered by intravenous drip. Intravenous drip therapy is also recommended for acidosis, or overacidification, which is responsible for many common lifestyle diseases, and premature ageing. It leads to toxin congestion, i.e. to the storage of metabolic waste in intercellular spaces. It is possible to experience high levels of acidosis during the Mayr regime, but this can be remedied by means of base intravenous infusions.

Therapeutic support for the immune system

  • Nasal reflex therapy for chronic sinusitis, chronic bronchitis and headaches
  • Neural therapy to eliminate barriers caused by scarring and other interference fields
  • Ozone infusions to improve oxygen utilisation
  • Replacement therapy with vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants
  • Acupuncture (body or ear acupuncture)

Colon hydrotherapy

Colon hydrotherapy is a long-standing and successful intestinal cleansing and stabilising method. Over 30% of the population suffers from metabolic impairment due to disease-promoting intestinal bacteria. As a result, tissues cease to be supplied with sufficient oxygen, and toxins are no longer broken down and excreted at the speed required. This inevitably leads to autointoxication (the body starts to self-poison). Colon hydrotherapy cleanses the colon by removing toxins that have accumulated along the intestinal wall.

Intravenous drip with activated oxygen (ozone)

Ozone is an allotrope of oxygen. It is a powerful oxidant, and is therefore also known as active oxygen. Ozone is administered in the form of a drip infusion. Ozone therapy is a stimulation therapy, which means that the body's repair and regeneration mechanisms are stimulated by the activation of the cell metabolism, which modulates the immune system and energises red blood cells.

Ozone therapy is most commonly applied in cases of:

  • Osteoarthritis (all joints)
  • Arteriosclerosis of the coronary arteries
  • Liver damage caused by alcohol or viruses
  • Circulatory disorders of the arms, legs and brain
  • Post-treatment stroke patients (including paralysis)
  • Rheumatic complaints, including rheumatism of the muscles and joints
  • Elevated levels of uric acid (gout), elevated blood lipids (cholesterol, triglycerides)
  • Immunodeficiency, frequent infections, slow physical recovery after illness
  • Viral and fungal infections such as shingles, hepatitis and candida
  • Migraine
  • General fatigue

Haemo-Laser® therapy

Irradiating blood with high-energy laser light enhances blood cell metabolism. Blood viscosity is improved and circulation boosted, thus increasing the oxygen supply to the body as a whole. The therapy has anti-inflammatory and immune-stabilising effects.

Areas of application include:

  • Circulatory disorders of the arms, legs, heart and brain
  • Slow wound healing caused by poor circulation
  • Blood flow stimulation and recovery in stroke patients
  • Inflammatory rheumatic diseases
  • Liver disease (fatty liver, liver cirrhosis, etc.)
  • Lipid metabolic disorders (low levels of LDL-cholesterol and triglycerides)
  • Chronic inflammatory bowel disease

Electrotherapy

During this treatment electric pulses are passed through the body. The primary objectives are to promote blood circulation, reduce pain and stimulate muscle activity. This therapy is particularly suitable for treating muscular and musculoskeletal complaints, including muscular strain, tension, weakness, paralysis and arthritis.

Ultrasound therapy

Ultrasonic therapy can ease pain and other symptoms caused by disorders of the muscles, tendons and joints. High frequency sound waves have a thermal effect on the tissue interior, and cause cells to vibrate. The effect is comparable to a deep massage. Indications: muscle tension, tendon or muscle pain, irritation of the joints and entheses, tissue and scar adhesions, and bone fractures.