Allergy test & co. at the Medical Center Quellenhof

Allergies & the treatment options

An allergy test is the first step towards a better quality of life as anyone who has allergies often faces restrictions in their lifestyle. An allergy is our immune system’s overreaction to specific substances and wards off pathogens and similar. Substances that trigger an allergy are called allergens – and that is precisely what everything revolves around here.

At the Medical Center Quellenhof we carry out an allergy test first of all to find out what your body is reacting so sensitively to. This may be specific foods, but also medication or allergens in the air such as pollen, mould spores, house dust or animal hair.

Although it is not possible to cure allergies using the right natural allergy treatment, among other things with the avoidance of allergens and assistance of medication, the body’s reaction can be kept in check though, thus improving your quality of life.

You can flexibly put together your own personal health module from the different individual treatments. You are welcome to preselect these with your GP. As each individual treatment includes a consultation with a doctor we can refine and complete your selection during this.

Autohemotherapy

Several different methods have been developed for autohaemotherapy – also known as autologous blood therapy. A patient’s own blood is the ideal carrier for important substances like ozone, oxygen and homeopathic or allopathic remedies, as it ensures optimal absorption and long-lasting effects even at minimal dosages and without side effects.

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Hypo-sensitisation

Also called desensitisation treatment, this therapy involves exposing the patient to low, harmless doses of an allergen so that habituation sets in, preventing the immune system from overreacting to the allergenic stimulus.

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IgE analyses (allergies, food, food additives)

Increased levels of immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies may indicate an allergic disease. Testing for total IgE levels in blood and sensitivity to individual allergens provides valuable information about your reaction to certain foods, food additives or other allergenic substances.

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Prick test

The skin is exposed to a series of allergen extracts to test for allergic reactions.

Venue: Medical Center Quellenhof

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