01Where can I find places where the treatment is provided?
Our website lists the Oncothermia users and their contact details for your convenience. You can also request a list from our office.
02Is Oncothermia a common treatment?
Yes, since it is becoming more and more known.
Most of the conferences held in the field of complementary oncology have lectures or even full sessions on Oncothermia (hyperthermia). In addition, considerable numbers of clinics, hospitals, day-clinics and oncology-ambulances have Oncothermia (hyperthermia) treatment facilities.
03Can the treatment be combined with other methods?
Yes, we recommend the treatment of Oncothermia with the combination of other standard cancer treatment therapies. Please ask the physician about your actual case.
04Can medical personnel and/or my family members stay with me during the treatment?
Yes, if there isn't any special other condition. Please ask the physician about your actual case.
05Can I get the treatment on outpatient basis?
Yes, if there isn't any special other condition that limits your moving freedom or other connected problems which demand hospitalization. Oncothermia itself does not require permanent medical observation or inpatient treatment.
06Is the treatment reimbursed by a health insurance?
In some countries yes. In others the costs are only covered by private insurance companies. Unfortunately, there are also countries where no reimbursement is available, yet.
07Is it possible to do the treatment alone at home?
No, professional supervision of the treatment itself and the follow-up of your medical status is always necessary.
08Can the treatment be elongated or repeatedly provided?
Your physician has to decide on the proper treatment protocol.
09Can I get a treatment although I have implants (pacemaker, bone replacement, stitches, proteases, etc.) or organ transplants?
Please consult your physician. If he/she wants to discuss the issue he/she can of course contact our medical consultants.
10Can complications occur in combination with my other medications for independent and/or connected diseases?
Please speak to your physician about your special case.