Austrian medical health and wellness operator, Lanserhof, has launched a programme for people who’ve had COVID-19.
The regime has been designed to strengthen the immune system in those who’ve recovered from the virus or who generally want to regain strength.
The programme begins with tests to establish whether guests have had COVID-19 or any other viral infection. It then assesses their immune system, organs, sleep activity, psyche and physical and mental fitness.
Lanserhof’s team of physicians use a variety of tests such as cardiovascular diagnostics, microbiological sampling, ultrasound and pulmonary function tests to assess participants’ overall health status. Following this, each receives an individually designed course of therapy.
The prescribed options include oxygen therapy, cryotherapy, exercise and sports science consultations and support, as well as nutritional therapy, bowel cleansing, IV infusions, lymph treatments, healing and connective tissue massages, respiratory therapy and mitochondrial therapy.
According to Lanserhof: “Everything in the programme is based on the Lanserhof cure, in which the body is freed from unnecessary and disease-causing burdens through individually adapted fasting cures.
“The COVID-19 virus has shown us just how important health is and our aim has always been to preserve and promote health, even in these difficult times.”
The company has announced that its flagship destination – Lanserhof Lans – will reopen on 14 June, having been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.