Ralf Oettmeier, Josef Vizkelety.
In regards to conventional diagnostic and treatment modalities of uronephrological diseases, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) applies evidence-based aspects of environmental medicine (toxins, physical irritating fields), of vegetative nervous system (reflex zones, sympatheticparasympathetic balance, somatotopies, odontomas), of energetic medicine (acupuncture meridians of TCM, chakras from Ayurvedic medicine) as well as approved psycho-mentally and psycho-emotionally aspects. The uronephrological system is embedded in this holistic context, which enables a clear diagnostic strategy to develop an individual therapeutic concept. With these applications, it is possible to treat more preciously the complex reasons of the disease. As a primary measure, it is necessary to reduce the environmental toxic load, to optimize the dental situation (removal of dental foci) and to diminish chronic neuro-modulative triggers (foci) with the help of neural therapy. As a secondary measure we pay attention to the intestinal health and immune system. Last but not least, the patient’s own healing forces need to be activated by using a vast spectrum of natural remedies and organ cell therapy. The examples of chronic cystitis, nephrotic syndrome and membrane-proliferative glomerulonephritis illustrate the successful application of CAM in this fields.View pdf