The spectrum of the naturopathic practice Lausch includes the collection of anamnesis and diagnosis according to well-known criteria of conventional medicine. For this purpose, the therapist uses the classic diagnostic methods such as inspection, palpation, percussion, auscultation and the examination of existing laboratory values or imaging methods.
In addition, the alternative practitioner also uses the findings of the traditional urine test, the microecology of the intestine and hormone determination for diagnosis. The repertorization of homeopathic remedies and psychological methods and systematic work complement the range of findings. The anamnesis is individual and depends on the patient himself and his symptoms.
The aim of the anamnesis is to find the cause of the symptoms and to treat them. The patient decides together with the therapist which form of therapy is then used as the means of choice.
Blanka Kinga Lausch has been working as a naturopath in her own practice in Aschheim, Munich East, just 20 minutes from the center of Munich for 10 years.
In addition to general naturopathic offers, the naturopath has specialized in profound Osteopathy, osteopathy for young children and growing children, osteopathy for competitive athletes and support for senior athletes with sports physiotherapy measures. Through her many years of experience with active competitive athletes and the deep insights into their real needs, she developed the diagnostic procedure FasziaVita® and founded ProAtleto®. The development of diagnostics for myofascial metabolism and the resulting treatment methods to alleviate numerous complaints is a Mailenstein in naturopathy. With the holistic method of FasziaVita®, patients get back on their feet much faster than expected. But that's not the only thing revolutionizing rehabilitation measures. With the method, patients can reach their desired level of fitness much faster, even after severe, limiting injuries, and maintain it in the long term with good discipline. In addition, FasziaVita® also protects against further injuries and overuse in the long term.