We Can Effectively
Treat Chronic Illnesses
We have been effectively treating Chronic Illnesses at Poseidonia Healthcare for years with a very simple approach. We allow the body to recover its own Immune system while providing different treatments to repair the damage that has been done over the years.
Posedoinai Healthcare has the ability to use standalone or a combination of therapies whether it’s HBOT, Ozone or Stem Cell Therapies or even a combination of the three modalities. The fact that we can cover all aspects of healing Chronic Illness places Poseidonia Healthcare in the enviable position of being the only medical centre in Europe that offer these amazing therapies in the same place. This allows our Medical Team to combine a package based on your particular condition.
The fact we can administer you with IV Ozone and then moved you straight into our Hyperbaric Chamber allows the Ozone to penetrate deeply into all of the tissues of the body. This combined with high levels of Oxygen allows healing to take place at a molecular level as well as inside the blood.
Half time of IV Ozone is around 30-minute which means that every 30 minutes it becomes 50% less effective as when administered so by allowing patients to go straight into the chamber after the administration of IV Ozone this allows greater overall repair and healing.
Additionally, we can offer unique Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic illness. This has the ability to also repair the eminence damage that has been done to the body by Chronic Illnesses. This also allows patients to get their life back to normal.
Our Medical team will look at all of your signs and symptoms and create the best package designed for your specific conditions.
Overview Of Chronic Illness
A Chronic Illness is a health condition or disease that is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects or a disease that comes with time. The term Chronic is usually applied when the course of the disease lasts for more than three months.
A Chronic or long-term Illness means having to adjust to the demands of the illness and the therapy used to treat the condition. There may be additional stresses, since chronic illness might change the way you live, see yourself and relate to others.
Characteristics of a chronic illness
Chronic Illnesses are mostly characterised by:
- complex causes
- many risk factors
- long latency periods (time between onset of the illness and feeling its effects)
- a long illness
- functional impairment or disability.
Most Chronic Illnesses do not fix themselves and are generally not cured completely. Some can be immediately life-threatening, such as heart disease and stroke. Others linger over time and need intensive management, such as Diabetes. Most Chronic Illnesses persist throughout a person’s life, but are not always the cause of death, such as Arthritis.
Common chronic illnesses
Being sick is no fun, and being constantly sick can take an emotional toll. Not getting better or having a repeated occurrence of symptoms can be exhausting and frustrating, not to mention concerning. If you find yourself sick for an extended period of time, there may be something more going on than a passing virus or cold.
A Chronic Illness is one that sticks around for three months or more. There are many different kinds of Chronic Illnesses. Examples include
- Alzheimer disease and dementia
- Crohn disease
- Cystic fibrosis
- Heart disease
- Mood disorders (bipolar, cyclothymic, and depression)
- Multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson disease
Some diseases, like obesity and cancer can be cured with long-term and intensive treatments, while other illness can only be managed. Not all illness are life-threatening. Some are annoyances that will persistently affect a person’s life. Chronic Illnesses can make life difficult to manage. Tasks that once felt easy to do may now feel daunting. For example, someone suffering from severe arthritis might find opening jars, lifting bags and unscrewing the toothpaste cap difficult to do without pain or awkwardness.
Symptoms of Chronic Illness
So how can you know if you are simply sick or if you have the signs and symptoms of Chronic disease?
It is easy to become paranoid over the slightest sign that something is wrong. With such easy access to resources on the internet, more and more people are self-diagnosing and coming up with wildly inaccurate conclusions. This does far more harm than good. Although it is impossible to know for sure what is going on without a doctor or medical professional performing an assessment and doing extensive tests, there are certain things you can do to help your medical team help you.
To start with, keep a record of what you are experiencing so that when you go to a doctor, you can answer questions accurately. This type of documentation should include your symptom, how frequently it occurs, what it feels like and if you notice any other changes in your body when this one symptom flares up. Also, if there is anything you do that helps this symptom feel better or worse, write that down too. You want to give your healthcare professional as much information as possible.
There is a difference between a sign of a disease and a symptom. A symptom is something like pain or anxiety. In other words, it is something that the afflicted person feels personally, while a sign would be something that indicates another underlying issue. For example, a bloody nose is a sign of a ruptured blood vessel. Signs generally can only be seen by an observer, typically a doctor or nurse. Medical professionals will compile the signs and symptoms present to come to a diagnosis.
Because there are so many different Chronic Illnesses out there, it is difficult to compile a comprehensive list of typical symptoms or signs for every Chronic disease.
Arthritis or other inflammatory diseases are most often characterised by stiffness and tenderness at the joints. This discomfort is typically worse upon initially waking up or with excessive use. Arthritis is commonly diagnosed in older people and worsens as each year passes. There are anti-inflammatory treatments available, but arthritis is incurable.
For issues of the heart, it is more common to have breathing issues and symptoms in the head. This would include dizziness or nausea, as well as shortness of breath. It would not be uncommon to experience chest pain as well. The combination of these problems necessitate an immediate call to 911 and emergency services.
Education is key after receiving a diagnosis. Whatever it is, Chronic Illnesses can be extremely stressful for the afflicted. As long as the doctor’s orders are followed and the treatments are carried out and you do your part to be compliant, you are doing the best you can to heal your body and control the symptoms of the Chronic Illness you are suffering from.
Beyond that, starting a stress management routine can help you stay healthier. Keep an open mind and learn to live better with whatever physical restrictions and impairments are associated with the disease. At times it can feel like the disease is in control, which is why knowledge is important. Knowing what to expect will provide context and give meaning to the necessary treatment. Next, creating lifestyle changes to better support your body will decrease your symptoms and enhance your day to day living.
Diagnosis Of Chronic Illness
Pain is a very personal and subjective experience. There is no test that can measure and locate pain with precision. So, health professionals rely on the patient’s own description of the type, timing, and location of pain. Defining pain as sharp or dull, constant or on-and-off, or burning or aching may give the best clues to the cause of the pain. These descriptions are part of what is called the pain history, taken during the start of the evaluation of a patient with pain.
Since Chronic pain may occur in a variety of locations in the body and for many different reasons, patients and their health professionals need to work together to identify the causes and symptoms of that pain and how it can be relieved. Although technology can help health professionals form a diagnosis, the best treatment plans are tailored to the person, with input from healthcare team members, who each have different training backgrounds and understand Chronic pain. The person with pain and his or her loved ones also must be actively involved in the treatment.
TREATMENTS FOR Chronic Illness
Here at Poseidonia Healthcare, we offer a full range of treatments for Chronic Illness, here are a few benefits of the more popular treatments:
STEM CELL THERAPY
The popularity of Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Illnesses is ever increasing due to the improvement in the quality of life by those suffering from this any of these Illnesses. One’s health can be significantly impacted by Chronic Illness issues and any Co-Infections, this is why finding healthy solutions to overcome the negative symptoms is such a high priority for our patients.
HBOT has improved the quality of life for many people, it improves the bodies natural function and speeds up the healing process. A series of HBOT treatments can effectively reduce personal and financial time lost resulting from a prolonged treatment of Chronic Illness’s and disabilities.
HBOT can simply accelerate the healing time by reducing the length of hospital stays and recovery time. HBOT is also particularly effective when combined with Ozone Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy. Ozone kills Pathogens, HBOT Regenerates the bodies functions and Stem Cell repairs organ damage.
We have been effectively treating Chronic Illnesses at Poseidonia Healthcare for years with a very simple approach.
We allow the body to recover its own Immune system while providing different treatments to repair the damage that has been done over the years.
Our Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy can be administered in one of two ways. The first technique is to place our Stem Cells into a specific joint, tissue or section of the body where it is required to help the healing and renewal of damaged organs or tissues. The second technique involves administering Stem Cells via intravenous insertion.
Once you have been treated with the Pluripotent Stem Cells, the healing and repair of the damaged organs begin. Rejuvenation effects will be noticed within 10 days of having received the treatment. Depending on the seriousness of your illness, several applications may be required to receive the expected results. Stem Cell Therapy reviews show that our treatments are at the leading edge of all Stem Cell Therapies available.
You may find it hard to tell other people that you have a chronic illness.
You may worry that they will not want to know about it, or that they will judge you. You may feel embarrassed about your illness. These are normal feelings. Thinking about telling people can be harder than actually telling them.
Contact us to discuss how we can help you.
Stem Cell Therapy for Chronic Illnesses
ur Pluripotent Stem Cell Therapy can be administered in one of two ways. The first technique is to place our Pluripotent Stem Cells into a specific joint, tissue or section of the body where it is required to help the healing and renewal of damaged organs or tissues.
The second technique involves administering Stem Cells via intravenous insertion. Once you have been treated with the Pluripotent Stem Cells the healing and repair of the damaged organs begin. Rejuvenation effects will be noticed within 10 days of having received the treatment. Depending on the seriousness of your illness, several applications may be required to receive the expected results.
Stem Cell Therapy reviews show that our treatments are at the leading edge of all Stem Cell Therapies available. The Stem Cell Therapy cost is at a price that most people can overcome. Reach out to us for further information or a free consultation with regards to your specific issues and needs.
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