In-Office Therapies we Offer Patients
We recommend that many of our patients utilize the therapies in our office. Many come and spend a few days each month or week every few months to benefit from the tools we offer.
There are many therapies that we use in the office but none trumps the RIFE therapy that every patient will go HOME with and use every night while they sleep. The RIFE is programmed specifically for each patient based on the type of cancer, the scans done at the office, and the testing that Dr. Conners completed on the patient. Dr. Conners himself programs each RIFE and may ‘tweak’ the program as necessary.
The Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (or PULSE) is quite possibly the second most under-utilized therapy (second to RIFE). It can be extremely effective in giving life back to a very sick body. Think of PEMF as a tool that re-charges the cell and think of a cell as a battery that, if it loses its charge, you suffer.
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Using HBOT for cancer is based on the fact that most cancers, at their center, lack oxygen and multiply in a hypoxic environment. Oxygen has shown to aide in the body’s ability to kill the cancer.
In 1931 Otto Warburg won a Nobel prize for explaining that oxygen was the enemy of the cancer cell. It kills them. Indeed, cancer cells thrive in an environment where oxygen is depleted (Hypoxia). The abnormal blood supplies created by tumours feature ´hypoxic pockets´ – where there is no oxygen and lower pH (a more acidic environment). These hypoxic pockets seem to protect the cancer cell from the outside world, leaving it alone to burn glucose (glycolysis) and flourish.
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Directly from the American Cancer Society: “Hyperthermia means a body temperature that is higher than normal. High body temperatures are often caused by illnesses, such as fever or heat stroke. But hyperthermia can also refer to heat treatment – the carefully controlled use of heat for medical purposes. Here, we will focus on how heat is used to treat cancer.
We utilize hyperthermia technology from Japan. As a matter of fact, it is widely used (in nearly 500 hospitals) there for a multitude of diseases.
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