Hi yes there are some things... A good naturopath who does not practice acupunture in my opinion such as a good herbalist with an excellent reputation.
I don't know if men can take it or get it but "Robert's formula" might be useful. I would be sure to do things like increasing citrus, potatoes with skin, tomato, alfalfa, kiwis, blueberry, cranberry, squash, sweet peppers staying away from all sugar, alcohol, tobacco, tea, coffee, chocolate etc. Some cabbage might be good because it contains the chloride ion but because it may have some thyroid blocking properties (needed for fighting infection), I would not go overboard with it and a bit of seaweed containing iodine, in the same meal, might be useful.
If there is an item such as a whole grain vegetable, fruit, nut, or bean a person seldom eats it should be put back in the diet immediately unless it causes symptoms or allergies. A wide variety of food is good.
Things a person seldom eats might include things some people maybe have never heard of such as red mombin, cherimoya, litchi, caruba, guava, mamey, guanabana, mangosteen, passion fruit, feijoa, coronilla, lucuma, tamarillo spelt, millet, maybe teff, maybe sorghum flour, tritikale, occasional small amounts of amaranth, yellow eye beans, persimmon etc.
I would get a daily walk in sunshine, fresh air, and sleep 8 hours or a bit more a night. Sick patients may need more rest I hear.
A hydrotherapy treatment to the chest might be useful. A hot wet towel for 3-4 minutes followed by an ice cube 30 seconds and repeated 4 times with the last change the warm part of the cycle should be a bit warmer but not hot enough to burn skin of course. Then finish with the ice cube and dry well and go to bed for an hour. This can be done 3 times a day if needed, or at least once before bed at night.
What form of tea tree oil is being done?
How much water is being taken in? One needs about 50 ounces per 100 pounds body weight, therefore in my opinion if a man weighs 200 pounds he may need about 100 ounces of water daily. Staph is said to grow in the presence of salt but some is needed by the body. I would not totally eliminate it since the body needs some in every cell, but not go overboard on it either.