Chronic Disease Management

Chronic diseases are progressing in Canada (and all over the globe). Over the past 50 years, the main reason for this is the wrong lifestyle and unhealthy diet.

Heart failure, type 2 diabetes mellitus and oncology are the main causes of death not only in Canada but also in the world.

One of the risk factors for these diseases is obesity. Obesity rates are growing in Canada. According to the WHO, now about 30% of people in a number of age groups in Canada are obese.

Obviously, if we do nothing, the rate of spread of these diseases will continue to increase.

In 2013, WHO estimated that 1/3 of the world’s population is deficient in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Thus, vitamin deficiency conditions spread very quickly, and therefore the health of the world’s population is far from normal.

What is a chronic disease?

A chronic disease is a human health condition or disease that is persistent or otherwise long-lasting in its effects or a disease that comes with time.

Chronic disease – growth rate

The number of allergic diseases, broncho-pulmonary disorders, immunodeficiency states and autoimmune processes is growing at a tremendous rate in the world. The health of the population is falling, and many diagnoses are getting “younger” every year. With age, the proportion of various chronic, combined disorders of internal organs increases.

Sometimes a visit to a doctor does not provide adequate relief of symptoms and recovery. And the number of examinations that need to be kept under control is truly enormous and financially costly. Visiting doctors of narrow specialties takes a lot of time and does not bring the desired result. Clinic doctors often find it difficult to understand the root cause of a complex disease or a whole complex of various diseases.


Canadian health centers use an individual approach to the client, a comprehensive examination of the whole body and treatment.

At an appointment, the doctor will find out violations in the internal organs, the composition of the microflora (viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites, protozoa), the lack of vitamins and trace elements, hormonal status, immune disorders. Based on the results of the diagnosis, the physician determines the tactics of further chronic disease management using the methods of Bioresonance therapy, homeopathy, herbal medicine, prescribes nutritional therapy and vitamin therapy. Bioresonance therapy helps to remove microbial pathogenic microflora without complications and side effects.

Most diagnostics are non-invasive, absolutely safe, its reliability is more than 90%. You undergo the entire examination in the doctor’s office, using equipment for biologically active points on the arms and legs.

Treatment methods

Canadian clinics are supporters of an integrated approach to treatment, so they use methods of acupuncture, hirudotherapy, manual therapy, therapeutic gymnastics, recognized in their effectiveness and reliability.

All control over the treatment process is carried out by a specialist, the results of the examination and recommendations for treatment you receive after the diagnosis.

Thus, modern treatment methods help you to get rid of various chronic diseases without medications and injections and without side effects.

For more information, visit the website of Certified Respiratory Educator (CRE) a network of healthcare professionals who provide respiratory education to their clients.