The Healing Effect of Heat Therapy

EWB Hyperthermia

Hyperthermia is a treatment that uses heat to raise the body temperature slightly, stimulating the immune response and helping in the treatment of various diseases. Hyperthermia is used to treat cancer along with other treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and thermal therapy.

It has been used to treat these types of advanced cancers:

(appendix cancer, bladder brain, cancer breast, cervical cancer, oesophageal cancer, head and neck cancer, liver, lung cancer, melanoma, mesothelioma, sarcoma, rectal cancer)

  • Contact-Free, easily used procedure
  • Offers freedom of movement
  • Gentle concerning blood circulation
  • Gradual increase in temperature without sudden heat shock, preventing overheating of the outer layers of the skin
  • Gentle and comforting even on wounds, ensuring safe and hassle-free use, especially for children
  • Relatively low technical expenditure

Different Types of Hyperthermia Treatment

  1. Local Heat Therapy: Focuses on specific areas of the body.
  2. Systemic Heat Therapy: Applies heat to all parts of the body (whole body).
  3. Whole-Body Hyperthermia Therapy: Patients with metastatic disease and intended for activation of drugs or enhancement of immunologic response.

Benefits of Hyperthermia Treatment

Cancer Treatment

Raising body temperature improves the effectiveness of radiation therapy and specific chemotherapy drugs.

Immune System Stimulation

Increasing the body’s ability to fight infections and diseases.

Pain Relief

Hyperthermia treatments can provide temporary relief for chronic pain conditions like arthritis or muscle spasms.


or sometimes called “cleanses” have been suggested as ways to remove toxins from body, lose weight, or promote health.

Procedure of Hyperthermia Treatment

Before the procedure:

  1. Consultation & Informed Consent
  2. Health Assessment
  3. Fasting Instructions
  4. Hydration

During the procedure:

  1. Dress Appropriately
  2. Monitoring
  3. Relaxation
  4. Stay Calm

After the procedure:

  1. Rehydration
  2. Rest
  3. Follow-up
  4. Report Any Issues
  5. Medications
  6. Long-term Plan