The practitioners of the Amethyst centres are all Sector 1 registered and do not charge in excess of the statutory fee. You will be reimbursed by your social security fund agency and your health insurance.
This will be evaluated during the first consultation with the doctor. There are several types of support for transport that are subject to a medical prescription with prior agreement with the social security. Travel can be by a private car, a licensed taxi, a light medical vehicle or an ambulance. You will be prescribed the most suitable mode of transport for your situation.
Acute side effects common to all types of treatment can be fatigue and possibly nausea. Other acute side effects are related mostly to the treatment area. Acute side effects occur during treatment and immediately after treatment. They are transient and regress progressively from the end of treatment.
Late side effects can occur staggered over time (a few months to several years after the end of treatment). They are most often definitive with a long-term effect.
You can maintain a normal diet during treatment if your appetite is good. In some cases, you will be prescribed a diet or dietary advice to minimise the acute side effects. If you experience a loss of appetite or have difficulty eating, you should talk to your doctor during follow-up consultations, who will help you by prescribing treatments and giving you advice on your situation.
Yes, you need to continue your treatments for hypertension, diabetes, etc. You can bring the list of medications you take at the first consultation to review with your doctor the treatments to which you need to pay particular attention.