The Integrative Whole Health Clinic is here to provide therapy using "Whole Health" advanced techniques, cutting-edge medical knowledge, and a positive approach for patients. Patients, that may have otherwise reached a place where traditional treatments may no longer assist.
Integrative Whole Health Clinic (IWHC), under the direction of Jose A. Henriquez MD, combines traditional protocol with proven complementary treatments (such as Whole Body Hyperthermia, Laetrile (B17) Therapy, EDTA Chelation Therapy, Immune System Stimulation, and Dendritic Cell (DC) Therapy). Proper nutrition, detoxification, and mental well-being are also a focus of our healing philosophy.
The treatment protocol is individualized to each patient. The treatments are very well tolerated, so patients do not have the usual side effects associated with the orthodox treatments.
The cancer program is for 4 weeks* at the cost of ~$32,000
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* The non-malignant program is 2 weeks. Shorter programs may also be available based on the patient's needs. Please contact us directly for more information.
Dr. Jose A. Henriquez is internationally recognized for his many years of work in metabolic therapies treating cancer and other diseases. A proven leader in the field of Whole Body Hyperthermia, Dr. Henriquez has performed over 1100 procedures since 2000 with a 75% success rate on patients with stage IV cancers; for the most part, having been sent home to die.
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Universidad Autonoma De Guadalajara, Medical School
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During Dr. Henriquez's professional work in Tijuana, Mexico he collaborated with the Urology Department of Hospital Del Prado. He was the Chief of Interns at the Mexican-American Hospital. Dr. Henriquez also worked with Dr. Harold Mannerfrom 1982 through 1986.
Featured speaker at the 12th Annual Convention of the Cancer Control Society about Rodaquin in Pasadena, California.
Dr. Henriquez was the Chief of Medical Interns of Real DVH Hospital in Tijuana from 1986 through 1987, when he resigned to start his own private practice at the Centro Medico de Tijuana. He was the attending physician at a vascular surgical facility called Unidad de Enfrermedades Circulatorias. During this time, Dr. Henriquez published an article, "Hemorrhoids, a therapeutical Update," in the medical journal "Baja Medica de Tijuana." He co-authored the article "Cutaneous Hyperpigmentation Following Venous Sclerotherapy Treated with Deferoxamine Mesylate," which was published in the journal of Dermatologic Surgery.
Dr. Henriquez became an attending physician at IBC Hospital in 1991. He is a Diplomate Candidate of the American College of Advancements in Medicine ( ACAM).
Dr. Henriquez has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada, England, Spain, Asia, and the Middle East, lecturing about various treatments.
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