Philip is constantly researching and practicing new and innovative forms of healing. He has partnered with Dr. Aldalberto Vazquez-Garcia and the Center of Investigation on Integrative Medicine at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico, to research the utilization of autologous stem cell therapies in treatment. He has also had a long-standing collaboration with Drs. Heinz Mastall and Milan Pesic from Germany, researching and incorporating the use of thymus extracts and organ peptides in therapy, which has led to major breakthroughs in the treatment of cancer, autoimmune disorders, and M.S. Based on his post medical school dissertation, he is continuously developing and researching the use of bodywork and psychology for cognitive therapies to treat depression, anxiety, and serotonin disorders. This has also led to his successful completion and certification in several post-graduate programs in Germany such as osteopathy, craniosacral therapy, and spinal mechanical therapy. Philip has also contributed to publications specializing in blood management in medicine, which is a philosophy designed to improve patient outcomes by integrating new techniques to reduce or eliminate allogenic (one patient to another) blood transfusions. (Basics of Blood Management; published by Blackwell Publishing.) As part of Philip’s career in research, as well as his post-doctoral fellowship training in Stereotactic Surgery, he has also contributed to methods in neuro-endoscopic surgery with Dr. Nii Bonnie Andrews, which was published in the African Journal of Neurological Sciences.
Philip Battiade is an international speaker lecturing on topics that include “Immune Modulation”, “Finding a Cure for Chronic Fatigue”, “Biological Cancer Treatment”, “The Chemistry of Emotional Health”, “Why Live With Pain”, “The Mind-Body Connection”, “Accompanying a Healing Process”, and “Treating the Incurable”. He is passionate about educating his patients and empowering them to live healthier lives.
In his spare time, Philip is a culinary artist and loves to cook, play music, and spend time with his dog Arnold, a Chinese Crested. He also regularly participates in non-profit educational work in the local community of Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico.