Infectious Disease Program

Category: 6

Provider: The Cole Center for Healing
Written By: Dr. Theodore Cole

There are at least three goals when dealing with infections. The first is to eliminate the infection. The second is to repair any damage caused by the infection. And the third is to increase your ability to fight off infections in the future. In order to accomplish this, combinations of therapies must be used. Let’s look at some of the more serious infections.

Hepatitis is a general term for several viral infections that primarily affect the liver. It includes Hepatitis A, B, C, and other variants. Not only are many of these infections serious in and of themselves, but also in addition there is an increased risk of liver cancer in some of the types. Hepatitis can be a progressive, chronic disease in its worse form. The more serious forms of Hepatitis are considered to be extremely difficult to treat, with poor response rates and significant side effects from current medical approaches. We find that it is treatable with excellent response rates. We have developed our Hepatitis program based on our own findings plus those of many physicians preceding us. At this time, I believe that all patients in decent overall health have an excellent chance of reducing their viral loads to zero by following our program.

Lyme is another difficult infection that can cause serious problems. Lab testing is unreliable, which makes the situation even worse. In addition, there are typically many other infections present as well. One of the common mistakes is to focus only on Lyme. In many cases, Lyme cannot be addressed right away. Other infections must be treated first, and the patient’s overall health must be improved.

I have never seen antibiotics work for chronic Lyme. If caught very early, antibiotics can be effective, but once Lyme is established, antibiotics impair the healing process. Other therapies as described below must be used in order to obtain improvement.

The Program

One important treatment for Hepatitis is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). HBOT has been demonstrated to have significant antiviral and antibacterial effects. Plus, it has an extremely beneficial effect on liver function and the repair of liver tissue. Patients even to the point of hepatic coma have responded well to this therapy (2). It is suggested that the initial program be a series of 40 treatments, done once or twice per day.

Another primary therapy for Hepatitis is Vitamin C IV, or, more exactly, ascorbic acid IV. Ascorbic acid has been found to have an enormous effect against viruses and bacteria of all types. When used by itself it has been found to be able to reverse infections of many types, including polio and other serious diseases (3). It is suggested that this procedure be done 2-5 times per week.

Neurological Integration and NutraEnergtic System are two therapies that also deal directly with infections. Although using different approaches, they are both highly effective and can help eliminate infections of all kinds. I consider them vital to the treatment of Hepatitis or any other infection.

Other therapies that can be very helpful include Ionized Oxygen Therapy, Hydrogen Peroxide, Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy, and the Tissue Mineral Analysis.

Although we’ve mentioned just a couple of infections, the approach is the same for all infections. An added benefit is that the therapies are extremely safe, and there are virtually no side effects. Each patient is tested and followed based on their individual situation, with a program designed specifically for you. Please see our individual therapy descriptions on our website for further information on the above items.

  1. Textbook of Hyperbaric Medicine, Third Ed., Jain, K.K., 1999
  2. Curing The Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Disease, and Toxins, Levy, T.E., 2002