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Introducing Marco Lebbing


Barbara Philipps - 15/07/2022 - 0 comments

Welcome Marco Lebbing

We are very happy to have Marco Lebbing join the Buchinger Wilhelmi family!

Marco Lebbing is a specialist in general medicine and neurology, who also works in the field of naturopathy with a strong focus on Ayurveda. As well as studying this topic for his master’s degree, he did clinical research on Ayurveda’s effect on the microbiome. At the European academy for Ayurveda in Birstein Marco Lebbing worked as a lecturer for several years and directed ayurvedic Panca Karma treatments as medical head.

His additional training to obtain the title of naturopathic medicine in Bad Wörishofen granted him an overview of traditional European naturopathy. He has been active in various leading clinics of integrative medicine, including the department of integrative medicine at the university of Duisburg-Essen. During his work at the department for complementary medicine at the evangelic hospital in Hattingen he focused on the treatment of Parkinson’s disease in combination with traditional Indian medicine – a unique project in all of Europe!

Ayurveda impulses for our fasting clinic at Lake Constance

Here at Buchinger Wilhelmi, he aspires to incorporate long-term impulses from Ayurveda, add to the clinical neurological knowledge, and contribute his many years of experience in the combination of conventional and traditional medicine. Join us in welcoming Marco Lebbing at our clinic at Lake Constance, where he can advise our patients on the best individual therapy plan for their needs.

Welcome to the Buchinger-Wilhelmi-Team, Marco Lebbing!

Buchinger Wilhelmi, Fasten, Heilfasten, Fasting, Health, Integrative Medicine, doctor, Marco Lebbing, Lake Constance, medical supervision

Here is a selection of his publications:

Hegelmaier T, Lebbing M, Duscha A, Tomaske L, Tönges L, Holm JB, Bjørn Nielsen H, Gatermann SG, Przuntek H, Haghikia A. Interventional Influence of the Intestinal Microbiome Through Dietary Intervention and Bowel Cleansing Might Improve Motor Symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease. Cells. 2020 Feb 6;9(2):376. doi: 10.3390/cells9020376. PMID: 32041265; PMCID: PMC7072275.

Master’s thesis: “Intenstinal bacterial flora and physiological concepts in Ayurveda – Taxonomical correlations and potential impact of Ayurvedic therapy taking Idiopathic Parkinson’s Disease as an example.” Master’s thesis leading to Master of Science in Ayurveda Medicine at the European Academy for Ayurveda, Birstein (Germany), validated by Middlesex University, London (UK).