Body temperature plays a crucial role in the regulation of the immune system.

A healthy organism reacts to the threat of illness with regulated increases in temperature, progressing in acute cases to a high fever which can trigger an enhanced immune response.

Similarly, an artificially induced increase in body temperature can result in a sustained stimulation of otherwise inhibited powers of self-healing.

Therapeutic hyperthermia induces sustained muscle relaxation even in the deep-lying, most inaccessible muscle layers. It utilises one of the oldest traditional principles of healing

The three levels of whole-body hyperthermia (WBH)

  • Subclinical, mild WBH: 37,5-38,5°C
  • Moderate WBH: 38,5-40,5°C
  • Extreme WBH: 40,5 - 42°C

The Heckel HT-3000 hyperthermia system is designed to provide  moderate hyperthermia.

Interested in offering therapeutic hyperthermia at your clinic? Contact Michael Thomsen for further information

Quality without compromise

Medical devices desinged and manufactured in GermanyThe Hydrosun 750, Heckel HT3000 wholebody and Celsius TCS local hyperthermia systems are developed, designed and manufactured in Germany.

All devices are listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG) as medical devices.

Water-filtered infrared light

Water-filtered, infrared A (wIRA) is full-spectrum light filtered by a hermetically sealed water filter which filters out all the harmful ultraviolet (UV) light waves.  Only visible and the first band of infrared light, known as infrared A, is allowed to pass through the water filter.

Water-filtered, infrared A (wIRA) is full-spectrum light filtered by a hermetically sealed water filter which filters out all the harmful ultraviolet (UV) light waves.

Only visible and the first band of infrared light, known as infrared A, is allowed to pass through the water filter.

The patentend filters are used in the Hydrosun 750 infrared lamp and to regulate the heat source in the Heckel HT3000 wholebody hyperthermia device.

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