Who is it for?
The Blue Healthcare Longevity Area offers a global healthcare model for:
- People who feel tired, who have lost stamina and energy and need to regain vitality
- People who want to lose weight, feel more agile and alive inside and out
- People who see health as prevention and anticipation of future problems and are prepared for a complete and thorough study of their condition
- People who require global solutions to the different health problems they suffer and who want to find the origin of their ailments so they can anticipate illness rather than just react to the symptoms
To do this, we rely on comprehensive and innovative diagnostic methods and unique therapies in our country, carried out by internationally and nationally recognised and proven medical experts.
The different units that make up the Blue Healthcare Longevity Area work alongside each other, coming together in teams according to the needs of the patient.
The Longevity service portfolio is currently made up of 13 integrated units. The portfolio will soon include new benefits (the Sport, Dermatology, Pain, Genetics, Immunology, Ophthalmology and Urology units are currently pending administrative authorisation).
- Allergy Unit
- Cardiology Unit
- Dietetics and Nutrition Unit
- Endocrinology and Nutrition Unit
- Gynaecology Unit
- Environmental Medicine Unit
- Cosmetic Medicine Unit
- Advanced Global Medicine Unit
- Dentistry and Stomatology Unit
- Medical Oncology Unit
- Rehabilitation and Posture Therapy Unit
- Paediatric Unit
- Intestinal Health Unit
Environmental medicine as the main focus
The environmental medicine unit is the crossover for the rest of the units in the Longevity Area. All work closely with each other to assess the impact of environmental toxins on both healthy patients and those affected by different pathologies.
The Longevity Area medical units take into account the influence toxic substances may have on patient health in their diagnoses and treatments. The specialists who are part of this service portfolio have specific, continuously updated training on environmental medicine. In clinical sessions, cases and treatments are approached from a global and multifactorial perspective.
For the construction, furnishing, cleaning and daily running of this centre, all possible measures have been taken to ensure the rooms have a positive influence on health.
To this end, substances that may affect the development of disease have been eliminated or minimised, such as allergies, asthma, food intolerances, central sensitisation syndromes (fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, chemical sensitivity, EHS etc.), Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, hyperactivity etc,. as well as illnesses directly or indirectly linked to these environmental factors, such as some types of cancer and autoimmune diseases.
These toxic substances are part of our hygiene and clothing (deodorants and perfumes), household cleaning (stain removers or soaps), our diet (pesticides and flavourings), our furniture and building construction materials (varnishes and paints) and have a cumulative effect which is potentially dangerous to health. In our centres we have implemented a strict policy banning these substances.
Continuous care and care in English
Availability in the morning and afternoons, and constant contact through e-health devices in crisis situations or if you need information.
Our telemedicine systems allow us to provide care and continuous comprehensive distance treatment for those who cannot attend in person.
We are aware of the need to care for patients of other nationalities, so there are professionals who carry out our treatment model in English.