Here at the BCA-clinic, we use a holistic approach to treat patients suffering from tick-borne diseases. By combining various providers in one facility, the BCA-clinic is able to offer visiting (consulting) hours, medical diagnostics, laboratory tests, specialised therapy and rehabilitation under one roof in a quite extraordinary way.
In addition to fighting Lyme disease and its co-infections, we also specialise in treating patients suffering from Multi Infectious Diseases Syndrome (MIDS) and Multi System Illnesses (MSI). Symptoms of MIDS and MSI can include chronic fatigue, inflammation, hormonal unbalances, and severe immune system deficits, which lead to diverse and significant pains and stresses; however, it is possible for patients to overcome these ailments and return to a normal, happy life.
With the help of our multimodal therapy concepts, the majority of patients report a noticeable improvement in their symptoms; some even become totally free of their symptoms and enjoy a much better quality of life. Patients explain that their life is worth living again.
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Read about the new test: “LymeSpot revised“- the new EliSpot.
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