Integrative medicine is an integrated, individual approach to patient’s problems. Based on a precise diagnosis, it seeks the root of serious, chronic diseases, and cures their causes, not their symptoms. It allows for an early detection and prevention of many diseases of civilization and problems arising from age and ageing.
Integrative medicine focuses on “treating the patient” more than it does on “treating the disease”. It takes into account the biochemical and immunological uniqueness of each person, as well as exposure to external factors (such as poisoning), in conjunction with patients’ unique reaction to these factors.
Integrative medicine sees health as vitality, as ability to properly function in society and to enjoy life at its fullest. This is why it places such importance on diagnosing the diseases early, while they are still at subclinical stage, and before the onset of symptoms.