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MBST Award 2020 · Private practice Florian Saenger in Wuppertal
MBST Award for specialist Florian Saenger At the gala evening during the third international medical symposium about MBST magnetic resonance therapy in Wetzlar on the 6th of March 2020, Florian Saenger received the MBST Award. He has long-term experiences of practising in a clinical setting. Since 2002, he has been working in the fields of internal medicine, emergency medicine, intensive care, general medicine, visceral and trauma surgery and vascular and cardiac surgery.
Holistic medicine with specialist competence · Analysis of the causes with a broad base of knowledge
His private practice benefits from his clinical experience:
“Due to my broad base of knowledge, I can treat you encompassingly and holisticly. Primarily, this means for me: finding the cause instead of ‘only’ treating the symptoms. By viewing every person as a whole and at the same time taking their individuality into account, I establish the conditions for a sustainable success of the treatment”, Florian Saenger sums up his practice philosophy.
Instrument-based medicine · Private practice Florian Saenger · Wuppertal
Instrument-based therapy describes all therapeutic methods that use complex, usually electronic medical products. The instrument-based medical technology can be used following the physical examination for example for further diagnostics of a disease. In Florian Saenger’s private practice, the internationally patented MBST magnetic resonance technology is used. According to Saenger, the instrument-based MBST magnetic resonance therapy has the aim of regenerating bones and cartilage tissue, intervertebral discs, tendons, ligaments and muscles. Sports injuries and also the healing process after prosthetic implantation and fracture healing can be supported with a physical principle with MBST. In the same way as it happens in an imaging magnetic resonance tomograph (MRI), energy is transferred into the respective tissue which then therapeutically stimulates the metabolism and oscillation of the cells. Furthermore, the cells’ ciracidan rhythms are synchronised.
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