Occupational Health

-exclusion and reduction of risk factors

Act XCIII of 1993 on Occupational Health and Safety stipulates that all employers must provide occupational health services for all their employees. The organisation and operation of the occupational health service and the classification of employees by category are laid down in Government Decree No 89/1995 (VII. 14).
We have experienced this ourselves, that it often does not exceed the minimum level expected and is a nuisance for most employers and employees.
That’s why we have developed a programme that, in addition to the compulsory screening, can help identify risks through painless diagnostics that can be useful for both employee and employer.

The program is recommended for anyone who is overworked, leads a stressful lifestyle, takes little exercise, is overweight, smokes a lot or has a family history of hereditary disease. The aim is prevention but, of course, the early and effective treatment of illnesses discovered and diagnosed in the asymptomatic period is also a priority.

Health problems caused by stress at work have been on the rise in recent years. Who develops what illness is also a function of genetic predisposition. Persistent stress can lead to gastrointestinal diseases (e.g. ulcers), cardiovascular diseases (e.g. blood pressure problems, cardiac arrhythmia), respiratory or skin disorders, or endocrine diseases (e.g. hypo- or hyperthyroidism). In more severe cases, depression, autoimmune and even cancer may occur.

Our recommended screening consists of one or two up-to-date, instrumented tests, followed by a consultation. It is an effectively structured screening method that has helped thousands of patients over the years to be diagnosed and thus healed.
Taking into account the measured data and automatic assessments, the screening participants receive a summary assessment of their health status, diseases and health risks from our doctors and professional managers in a personal consultation.

The elements of the occupational health package:

Non-invasive blood analysis
The device covers a spectrum of tests far beyond the usual laboratory parameters (urine blood count) and provides results that help to interpret basic parameters and understand actual physiological processes. The thermometric method is used to test living blood using electrodes placed at biologically active points in the body. The test looks at liver and digestive enzymes, blood supply to various organs, some hormone levels, blood shape elements, blood gas parameters, kidney function, lung and circulatory indicators, among others.

Pulse diagnostics
The test measures the general state of the biorhythm (nervous system) during 300 ECG beats, and also gives an idea of the biological age of your body, your current daily energy levels, energy production and expenditure, fluid balance, digestion/absorption rate, sleep quality, stress levels and the body’s ability to adapt to stress. The regulation of autonomic rhythms determines, for example, the efficiency and functioning of digestion, but also fundamentally determines the rhythm of all our organ systems and coordinates their functioning.
The method is very useful for a quick analysis of current challenges and life situations in everyday life, and how these influences affect our own internal rhythm.
It can also be useful during the rehabilitation period after a possible sports injury, when physiotherapy, corrective or drug treatment is applied, and its effects can be monitored.

And on demand:

Instrumental spinal examination
The method was invented by an engineer from our country who transferred a technique long used in the aircraft industry to medicine.
The spinal nerves exiting from a vertebral body mesh with nerves in a particular part of our body, so slipping vertebrae or putting pressure on a nerve exiting the spine can lead to a malfunction of internal organs. The instrument analyses each part of the spine separately (cervical, back, lumbar and sacrum). The therapist then selects the vertebral segments to be corrected and, if possible, treats them immediately with a personalized correction technique or an alternative treatment method such as massage. The selected areas of the spine can then be reassessed to compare the conditions before correction/treatment with those after correction/treatment. It can be used to treat headaches, hernias, joint problems, trigger point binding, back pain, back pain, nerve impingement, limb numbness, muscle fever.

The cost of the program is based on individual needs.