Rolf Müller - Vita
I was born 17.02.1953 south of Munich. My ancestors on my father’s side of a very traditional family were all officers, while the ones on my mother’s side were all traders (leather goods industry).
After graduating I became an officer myself, but soon enough I felt the urge to go to medical school and enrolled at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, to pursue my studies in human medicine.
After passing my medical state examination, I started my career as anaesthetist and gynaecologist at the first gynaecological hospital of the university in Munich. After three years working as assistant surgeon, I became a registered doctor (general practitioner) with my own practice in Munich.
I began to develop a growing interest in integral medicine, while still attending medical school. Once a doctor with my own practice, I soon signed up for further training in homeopathy, natural remedy, chiropractic therapy, osteopathy, kinesiology, acupuncture, body energetic, chakras- and meridian therapy.
My medical career was greatly influenced by my interest for Raja Yoga. Thus I travelled to India several times, where I learned how to do Raja Yoga and how to work in the field of medicine, while still be passionate about it, even if though I was deprived of big, technological infrastructure over there. This experience taught me to become more and more independent of any spatial and technological prerequisites that might come between me and my and job.
The medicinal bases of my therapies are rooted in Homeopathy, Spagyric and Orthomolecular Medicine. Application of Allopathic Medicine is reserved as a last resort, if no other kind of therapy results in a successful recovery.
The success of this philosophy can be seen in the fact that over a period of 23 years, I’ve only had to prescribe antibiotics five times! (A lot of my colleagues might be doing this five times an hour.)
In the spring of 2008, a patient came into my practice, who, due to a highly infectious MRSA-affection, which he had picked up more than 5 years before, had been suffering from a recurring recidivating bacterial MRSA-furunculosis every 6 weeks. He had been medicated with the most recent antibiotics, prescribed by various doctors in many different hospitals, yet without any success.
After having treated him with homeopathic and spagyric medicine for 4 months, he could leave my practice a cured man. (Two more similar cases of MRSA could be cured with the same kind of therapy). Repeated swab tests over a period of several month- as defined by the Robert-Koch-Institute- showed, that my patient was free of any MRSA infection for the first time. The success of this therapy consisted of two medicinal prescriptions:
Firstly the homeopathic Regena-Therapy for the cleansing of the Pischinger-System and the drainage of all the poisons in the metabolism and secondly the purely herbal spagyric medicine for the elimination of all the MRSA germs.
Knowing that the pharmaceutical industry won’t be able to develop new antibiotics at the same pace as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus mutate, I intend to establish a critical large-scale clinical examination on the effectiveness of an „antibiotic“ therapy in the future.