Marnes is a cutting-edge medical resort, specialising in residential multidisciplinary treatment for those with a lowered quality of life as a result of depression, post-traumatic stress, chronic fatigue syndrome, burn-out, fibromyalgia, chronic intestinal issues or chemotherapy.
The centre was founded by Belgian doctor Peter Aelbrecht, who has almost thirty years of medical experience in the area of quality of life and optimal health. He has mainly specialised in the treatment of chronic energy shortage, primary and secondary cancer prevention and mental health. Dr. Aelbrecht dreamt of offering residential treatments to help patients who found outpatient therapy insufficient.
Marnes is an oasis in Southern Spain, located in an energetically beneficial spot. Even though Marnes is a medical resort, an at home feeling and individualised treatments are of the utmost importance. The treatment programme is important, but the patient takes centre stage.
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When my doctor suggested I go to Marnes for two weeks to give my body and mind a period of rest, I was quite skeptical, but now I am so happy that I did. It has been the best investment of my life. After more than ten years of struggling with intestinal problems, fatigue, migraine and depression, I feel like I have finally been put on the right path. Marnes was a turning point for me. The approach for medical problems is extensive and complete. You are assessed and cared for in so many different ways: through the personal diet (everything is organic!), through individualized physical exercise and body-oriented therapy, through IVs that give you the nutrition you need, though lovely walks in nature… After two weeks, I felt it was really working and I suggested staying for two more weeks. Fortunately I was able to do that and in those weeks I made a whole new way of living and thinking for myself.