Paul Niehans Clinic Vevey
Paul Niehans Clinic Vevey
The Paul Niehans Clinic Vevey has the status of one of the leading centers for rejuvenation and recovery not only in Switzerland, but also throughout Europe. The Clinic of Regenerative Medicine was founded by the daughter of Paul Niehans, in collaboration with Dr. Edouard Bärtschi. The clinic was named after her eminent father. Dr. Paul Niehans is a well-known Swiss physician who developed cell therapy. The essence of the technique is in the treatment by means of living cells, which were obtained from the liver of sheep embryos in combination with stem cells (now this technique is called revitalization). This form of cell therapy has been successfully practiced here since 1931 and has no analogues in other countries. Initially, the technique was developed for the treatment of patients with serious diseases of the internal organs, and for almost 80 years, cell therapy has been used for body rejuvenation.
The medical complex has excellent infrastructure and specialists who successfully practice unique revitalization programs. The clinic programs are developed for the restoration of vitality, activation of immune system, treatment of stress, burnout and premature aging, treatment of atherosclerosis and dysfunction of the endocrine organs (especially during menopause in women).
The therapeutic measures and anti-aging procedures are carried out in strict accordance with clinical protocols and comply with the highest medical standards. The best confirmation of the exceptional quality of medical services is long work of the clinic, its prestige in regenerative medicine and a large number of patients who come here from different parts of the world.
The great advantage is location of the clinic, which is surrounded by the French Alps, not far from Lake Geneva. Thus, the healing powers of nature contribute to the restoration of health and rejuvenation.
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Meals and Menus
The patient and his accompanying person can enjoy delicious European cuisine in the hotel restaurant. Breakfast is served as a buffet with a wide range of dairy and meat products, fruits and vegetables, bakery and confectionery, as well as drinks (coffee, tea, juices, water). Meals for lunch and dinner can be selected in the restaurant's menu. The dishes will impress even gourmets.
The patients of the Paul Niehans Clinic Vevey can stay at the Hotel du Lac 5* and Hotel des Trois Couronnes 5*, which are located near the medical facility. One can find here rooms of various categories – standard, suite, junior suite. All rooms have the necessary amenities and exclusive design. Both hotels provide the first-class service and offer excellent infrastructure, including a restaurant, a fitness center, a spa, a pool, a jacuzzi, etc.
About the city
Vevey is a picturesque resort town on the shores of Lake Geneva, at the foot of Mont Pelerin. The town is home to the world-famous Nestlé Chocolate Factory. Vevey was founded in Roman times and is still the center of the Lavo vineyard region, so in the fall there are tastings of local wine on the Market Square, as well as a colorful Wine Festival.
The lovers of architecture and historical monuments will find many interesting things in Vevey. One should definitely visit St. Martin's Church, which has a large rectangular tower with four small towers. This tower offers amazing views of the whole town. Inside the church one can see a collection of archaeological finds. Another religious masterpiece is the Orthodox Church of St. Varvara, built at the expense of Count Shuvalov.
The town has many unique museums. Of particular popularity is the Museum of Old Vevey in the castle dating back to the 15th century. The ground floor of the museum building houses one of the best restaurants, while the upper floors offer the expositions of the Brotherhood of Winemakers and a historical exposition of the town. An equally interesting collection is represented in the Vevey Photography Museum. The Museum of Watches has two thousand exhibits, and it is one of the most complete private collections in Europe.
The town also has a square dedicated to the legendary actor Charlie Chaplin. The decoration of the square is a statue of Chaplin himself made by John Doubleday. The sculpture depicts Chaplin in full size, in the form of a small tramp in baggy pants – the image that made Chaplin so popular. Charlie Chaplin arrived in Vevey from America in 1952 with his young wife and lived here until his death in 1977.
After sightseeing, you can just walk along the narrow and cozy streets of the town, enjoying the beautiful nature and the unsurpassed atmosphere of the resort.
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