The doctors at Hansa Center enjoy a high degree of success in treating people who have a wide range of symptoms, as well as those who have no specific complaint but want to maintain health. An ideal situation, and the most commonly chosen option, is to be treated five days per week for two weeks. This is because there is generally a lot of work to do since our doctors are not simply relying on pills or drugs to create the illusion of health.
Every day of this two weeks, your doctor will be working on a different issue of the body, mind and spirit. This two week protocol is the optimal plan for people coming from out of town, state or country, since because of the distance they cannot come in on a regular basis. A return trip is recommended for these out-of-town patients after four weeks.
Local patients can be seen on a more relaxed schedule after the first week. The first week for any patient entails a CRT and Physical Exam on the first day, and treatment follows Tuesday through Friday. This enables the doctors to work with the patients in getting their healing process on the way.
CRT: Computerized Regulation Thermography
The CRT test gives us a global “big picture” of your health. Based on temperature readings taken in specific points on the skin, the doctors can analyze how various body systems are operating. This assists in determining treatment and therapies that are custom-tailored to your body’s needs.
Special directions, which are listed in the New Patient Packet, must be followed to prepare for the CRT test.
This test takes 45-60 minutes and can only be done in the morning.
Bio-Resonance Scanningâ„˘ Physical
In your first visit with the doctor, you will receive:
- Explanation of the CRT test findings
- Explanation of techniques used in Doctor Visits
- Extensive discussion of Case History
- Bio-Resonance Scanningâ„˘ exam of all body systems
The exam visit usually lasts 90 minutes and is charged at a flat fee, regardless of more or less time used.
Call today to schedule! 316-686-5900.
We will send you a link to the New Patient Information Packet.