POSTPONED DUE TO COVID19 – September 19, 2020 – DR. Michael Wittstadt (From Germany)

  • 9015 Grand Ave, North Richland Hills, TX 76180
  • 09/19/2020 to 09/19/2020
    10:45am - 12:30pm
  • SPEAKER: Dr. Wittstadt FACILITATORS: Sharon Schwans & Rachel Slossen


To keep all safe and well, Dr. Wittstadt and the NTX Lyme Board has agreed to postpone this event until we feel confident that our attendees will be safe congregating it close quarters. Keep checking back for rescheduling details for 2021. TBD. 


“To help my patients and to maintain their quality of life. That was my claim when I opened my first practice in 2008.

I had come to the naturopathy because I could not get rid of a time article on the profession of the naturopath. The memories of the sick people who were close to me and their way of suffering brought me to the three-year all-day training at the Heilpraktikerschule in Hochheim, which I successfully completed with the medical examinations in Darmstadt.

Since then, the diseases that I have been allowed to treat have become more and more serious, and the methods have adapted to this. Today, patients with chronic diseases are coming to me: with borreliosis, multiple sclerosis or epilepsy. And also people with life-threatening illnesses.

I mainly use herbal medicine for the treatment as well as orthomolecular medicine, ie the therapy with high doses of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. In doing so, the dialogue with the therapists in school medicine is very important to me. For I am convinced that medicine can have maximum success without dogma.

Even though methods and diseases have changed very much, my claim has remained the same: to help people and to treat them with little side effects in order to maintain their quality of life. ”