Orthomolecular Nutrition or Orthomolecular Medicine consists in the administration of the necessary micronutrients for the proper functioning of th
Psycho-oncology is a discipline aimed at addressing the psychological and emotional aspects of patients diagnosed with cancer.
The evidence is increasingly significant regarding the role that emotions play in the origin of diseases.
All diseases, acute or chronic, produce an increase in oxidative stress at the cellular level.
Acupuncture Treatment is the stimulation of specific points on the skin of the body using fine needles.
There is increasing evidence about the role of food to provide adequate nutrition in the body.
Treatment with Chinese Herbal Medicine is one of the pillars of traditional Chinese medicine, which gathers more than 2000 years of experience in t
Given the need to observe the disease from a broader perspective, Integrative Medicine emerged, a bridge between official medicine and complementary medicine.
Integrative Medicine (MI) is one that combines the knowledge of official medicine with other complementary medicines that have proven scientifically effective as phytotherapy, orthomolecular nutrition, diet and lifestyle, acupuncture or stress control.
Integrative Oncology combines the knowledge of official oncology with those of traditional and complementary medicines with proven scientific evidence. The selection of treatments is done looking for satisfactory scientific foundations.
There is scientific evidence on the benefits of acupuncture and phytotherapy to alleviate the symptoms of the side effects of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Thanks to the combination of both types of treatment, chemotherapy cycles are better tolerated without interruption due to decreased defenses or serious side effects.