Recently my wife and I came to the Hoffman Clinic seeking help for our son who is an ASD affected 2.5 year old. Our son had begun regressing in his development and did not try to talk or communicate with us, which left us feeling helpless to determine what we could do for him. As we worked with the Hoffman Clinic to identify things that were best for him, it was recommended that we attend a seminar on electric and magnetic fields to gain an understanding how they can affect people, especially susceptible individuals such as our son. read more
It is important to create the distinction between what services complementary cancer care can provide, versus that of traditional oncology.
Traditional cancer care focuses on the characteristics, histopathology and grading of the cancer cells and provides therapeutic inputs to eradicate the cancer cells through surgery, radiation or chemotherapy. A holistic or integrative model focuses on the terrain, milieu or metabolic environment in the body of the patient and its interaction with the cancer cells. The therapies chosen are to boost the innate host resistance and modulate the terrain so as to remove metabolic factors that favour tumour proliferation, progression, angiogenesis or metastasis. This is referred to as the Oncometabolic Milieu. A true integrative approach, providing the best advantage for the patient, combines evidence based strategies from both models.