Leading Swiss medical resort joins Healing Hotels of the World
Swiss Mountain Clinic offers a range of doctors, specialists and visiting practitioners focusing on holistic health
"We are so pleased to join Healing Hotels of the World, which perfectly encompasses our core competencies,"
Working alongside Dr. Petra Wiechel is her daughter, Dr. Friderike Wiechel, as well as a host of specialists and visiting practitioners. The clinic offers help for those with illnesses ranging from lyme disease to fibromyalgia, heavy metal poisoning, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, burnout and even cancer.
"We call ourselves a health clinic because we don't stop with the topic of illness," says Dr. Friderike Wiechel. "Every person is different and it is our goal to understand the root cause of everyone's condition. With our variety of therapies, we aim to bring the body back into balance because a healthy body can heal itself."
Visiting experts regularly collaborate with the Swiss Mountain Clinic, including Robyn Openshaw, nutritionist and author of 'The Green Smoothie Diet'; Ben Greenfield, an Ironman triathlete, human performance consultant, and author of the New York Times bestseller 'Beyond Training'; Magdalena Wszelaki, a health coach specializing in cooking and lifestyle for hormone health, and the founder of the Hormones Balance online community; Dr. Ken West, who specializes in integrating the mind, body and spiritual connection, and has addressed challenges in sports performance, A.D.D., A.D.H.D, and learning disabilities;
"The Swiss Mountain Clinic is a very special place," says Anne Biging, Co-Founder of the https://healinghotelsoftheworld.com/
"We hear that many guests who come to the Swiss Mountain Clinic are what they call 'out-treated' – they've tried everything from the perspective of classical medicine, and are looking for answers on their own journey," says Elisabeth Ixmeier, Co-Founder of Healing Hotels of the World. "We love that the clinic is a place of hope, and for learning about the body and mind holistically."