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Clinique Paul Niehans


Rejuvenate and revitalize your body! Follow a cellular therapy course at the Paul Niehans Clinic. A haven for fresh vitality and renewed zest.


In Switzerland at the upper end of Lake Geneva, the Paul Niehans Clinic is situated in the charming little town of Vevey, just 50 minutes away from Geneva’s International Airport.


The Clinic was founded by the daughter of Professor Paul Niehans with the collaboration of Dr. Edouard Bärtschi and is therefore the first and only clinic entitled to bear this illustrious name. Besides having a medical staff with first-class qualifications, it is equipped with the state-of-the-art infrastructures necessary for providing cell therapy treatment.


The Clinic is located nearby of the Hôtel du Lac, completely renovated palace hotel on border of Lake Geneva. Thus the Clinic can provide top class medical care as well as ensuring that even the very highest standards as regards of comfort, service and cuisine are satisfied. From their rooms, our patients enjoy a marvellous view over the Lake of Geneva and the French Alps.



Who is Prof. Paul Niehans?

Paul Niehans is a Swiss doctor who is famous for inventing and developing cellular therapy, a method by which he has successfully treated thousands of patients. His renown grew through his treatment of Pope Pius XII and many crowned heads such as King Ibn Saoud, politicians such as Konrad Adenauer and famous film stars such as Charlie Chaplin.



Dr. P. Niehans with Pope Pius XII



One of the most famous Cell Therapy patient, Charlie Chaplin. His statute is located nearby of the Clinic.




What is cellular therapy? 

Cellular therapy is a scientific method developed in Switzerland by Prof. Paul Niehans to regenerate human tissue and revitalize the body. 

The method consists of implanting cell extracts of mammals selected for their biological value, which modulate the immune system and thus improve the function of certain specific organs and enhance the vitality of the entire organism. 


History of Cell Therapy 


In 1912, the price Nobel Alexis Carrel has demonstrated for the first time the revitalising effect of young cells on a culture of old and degenerated cells. Mr Carrel told : « The hope of the humanity is based on the prevention of the degenerative and mental illnesses, but not in the relief of the symptoms ».


Professor Niehans discovered the cell therapy in 1931 by chance : one of his collegues asked him help for a critic case : during an operation of the thyroid gland, the parathyroid gland was damaged, the patient was suffering from strong convulsions and his state was critical. Niehans hadn’t the time to execute the surgical implant of the whole gland. Using a trocart, Niehans prepared parathyroid cells obtained from a calf. The success of this therapy led Niehans to abandon literally the surgical transplantation of the intact glands for doing only implants through injections.


In 1937, stimulated by the great neurosurgeon and neuroendocrinolist Cushing, Niehans has implanted for the first time cerebral cells, principally of the hypothalamus and of the hypophysis. From 1948, he amplified the therapeutic system with liver, pancreas, kidneys, heart, duodenum, thymus, spleen.


In 1949, he continued with the first injections of the lyophilized (freeze, dried) cells. Pope Piuis XII was treated with these cells. 


For more scientific information about cell therapy, please contact the Clinic directly. 

When is cellular therapy indicated? 

Cell therapy will combat:
- General loss of vitality and the immunitary defences
- States of mental and physical fatigue due to stress
- Premature ageing and degenerative disorders of the body’s 
- organs or systems
- Arteriosclerosis
- Arthritis

Affections connected with dysfunctions of the endocrine glands, especially during menopause.




View from the Clinic over the swiss alps

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