OUR ACTION

 

THE INITIAL IDEA

SwissRev combines more than 70 years of experience in human revitalization medicine, in the treatment of stress, in weight loss and detoxification.

 

MISSION

SwissRev is the know-how of the Swiss Association for Revitalization and also the means to implement its wide experience to improve the health and well being of patients.

 

THE PROPOSED OBJECTIVES

Create care programs based on advanced techniques and medicines, diet, relaxation, sports, wellness and cosmetics.

Use natural resources as complements to the treatments, e.g.: thermal waters, medicinal plants.

Work with local tourism and commercial structures, to prepare offers combining the treatments with shopping, spas, sports and seasonal cultural activities.

Increase all-season hotel occupancy.

 

RESSOURCES

SwissRev proposes to a large potential customer base its exclusive know-how, but also the skills of its departments: marketing, training, quality, research and development and an original range of health and beauty products.

 

COLLABORATIONS

SwissRev intends to establish an effective partnership with local structures: investors, hoteliers, business, government or private institutions.

 

BENEFITS

Development of local resources and products, employment and promotion of professionals, companies and tourist attractions, improvement of health and well-being of patients and inhabitants of the region.

 

SPECIFIC PROPOSAL

The purpose of the Swiss Institutes of Revitalization is to allow patients to obtain a permanent feeling of health, vitality, energy and well-being.

After a pleasant stay, the goal is that they feel more alive, healthy and young, with visible internal and external rejuvenation.

By producing a fundamental change in the body, the patient's quality of life is improved by slowing down the aging process and preventing the occurrence of diseases.

 

According to the World Health Organization, health is the perfect state of physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of active diseases.

 

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