The new BICOM Multisoft program – practical trial

Dr. med. Paul-Gerhard Valeske, Kempten

I am sure you will agree with me that our work in medicine is centred on the need for holistic diagnosis and therapy. Not reparatory medicine at this or that point but healing the whole individual – as far as we are able to achieve this. Bioresonance therapy can play a central role here, both at a diagnostic and a therapeutic level. And here, in turn, the BICOM device is at the forefront. With its numerous different test options and huge number of pre-installed therapy programs it meets this need for a holistic approach. The range of diagnoses and therapies is suitable both for newcomers to the field of energetic medicine and “old hands”. Anyone can use it. Novices will find therapy programs and information on every indication in the manual, while experienced users are offered an immense range of individual settings and test options. This demonstrates that BICOM really is a sophisticated product. Of all the BRT devices I am familiar ...

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The new BICOM Multisoft program – Another milestone in BICOM bioresonance therapy

Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing

I kept wondering whether it would be possible to add to the BICOM device by storing test substances electromagnetically. For a long time I was reluctant to look into this in more detail. The reason: I did not want to recommend anything which perhaps would not offer the same quality as the traditional method of testing using test ampoules. About two years ago, when it became possible to call up stored frequency patterns electronically without any loss of quality, I began looking into this more and more.
I know there are BICOM users who do not want to stop using test ampoules. The BICOM Multisoft program is not really aimed at them. Yet a great many therapists won over by the benefits of using computers asked me if it would be possible to call up a test substance by simply clicking with the mouse. It would be much quicker and would make operation far easier. In addition, there would certainly be other significant benefits as regards clarity and a classifi...

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Biological effects of “light”

Dr. rer. nat. Ralf Neurohr, Spiesen-Elversberg

The tremendous advances in the (natural) sciences at the end of the 19th and 20th centuries, against which any reasonably serious or significant scientific discussion should be regarded, have profound consequences and the implications of such advances are not always given due consideration even by those involved in the life sciences. This situation, although unsatisfactory, is quite understandable: in this context, tremendous advances not only mean an ever deeper penetration of our knowledge into molecular and subatomic fields, i. e. into chemicophysical relationships and principles, but also an increasing spread in the range of “fringe areas” which are brought in as experimental aids in research and teaching or to clarify and interpret experimental results.
This situation has inevitably led to diversification and specialisation with the development of individual specialised su...

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Study of the early diagnosis of relapsing breast carcinoma

Dr. med. Santos Martín, Granollers, Spain

It is becoming increasingly impossible to argue away the fact that there is a connection between electroacupuncture points and the existence of certain pathologies. Studies even exist which not only connect values at certain points with disease but also with life expectancy. The medical profession’s aphorism that “there are no diseases, only sick people” is well-known. Just as a disease can be defined by certain signs and symptoms, the same can be expected when measuring the electroacupuncture points of chronically ill patients, especially cancer patients.

The study I am going to present provides an answer, substantiated by statistical analysis, to a number of questions. It concerns a study of around 170 patients suffering from in various stages of breast carcinoma. The information it yields on acupuncture points cannot be applied to other tumours. However, it can be assumed that similar characteristics can be found at othe...

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Extended bioresonance therapy incorporating the principles of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) – energetic basis for allergic diathesis –

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen

As bioresonance therapists, we usually diagnose dysfunction in patients’ meridian systems by means of an energetic test procedure, particularly electroacupuncture but also kinesiology or tensor test technique. As part of my further training in acupuncture, I have delved deeper into traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and the five element theory. Here diagnosis is made based on the symptoms described by the patient, supplemented by tongue examination and pulse palpation.
There are five main elements to treatment under TCM:

Nutrition theory
Herbal medicine and

So it was a logical step to develop a new extended medical structure based on TCM but incorporating “western” methods, especially bioresonance therapy (BRT). Let us call this medical system simply “International Holistic Medicine (IGM)” [G comes from the German “Ganzheit”].
We can compare the features of TCM and IGM (see table).
This list does not cl...

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Further aspects relating to hereditary toxic stresses for the successful treatment of chronic disorders

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hanover

Dear colleagues,
Dear friends of BICOM resonance therapy,
During this colloquium I would like to share with you the experiences I have gained from my work which underline the significance of hereditary toxic stresses in current practice. I would like to build on current understanding of hereditary toxic stresses to help you achieve the best possible results for your own practice.
Hereditary toxic stresses sensitise the body from birth to slow and continual increases in function damage to organs and organ systems. The effect of your body’s toxins is one of the key elements in the development of chronic disorders which will remain with you throughout your life.
Hereditary toxins are frequently responsible for resistance to therapy and the acuteness with which the disorder is felt not just at the start of treatment of a new patient but also in the case of successfully treated patients who develop symptoms in the short or long term which th...

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Conservative tumour therapy for the elderly and the importance of central control

Dr. med. Gisela von Braunschweig, Gelnhausen/Haitz

As life expectancy in the industrialised nations is extended, an increasing number of elderly patients are coming to our practices seeking help for complaints resulting from their worn out organs. We try to help them based on our knowledge and ex perience.
With arthrosis, one of the most common disorders associated with old age, we may try alternate weekly IV doses of calcium carbonate D30, Rhustox D30 (poison ivy) and sulphur D30 and observe that this treatment is not as effective as 30 years previously due to the heavy metals deposited in the bones which block any reaction. So the blocks must first be removed with bioresonance.
The same goes for the geriatric heart. Here too the blocks on the corresponding organs (organclock) and those on the heart itself must be released. There will be no improvement otherwise. This applies to all diseases associated with old age.
Care of the kidneys has a ...

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New approaches in the treatment and rehabilitation of bronchial asthma patients

Professor Dr. med. Olga V. Balakireva , I. V. Netschay* , Moscow
Chronic obstructive bronchitis (COB) and bronchial asthma (BA) today represent a considerable problem for modern medicine (1). Relevant publications reveal that, in the last 10 years, the incidence of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) has grown steadily. Treatment with drugs is not always effective and is frequently accompanied by complications. Complications associated with COPD, such as obstructive emphysema and respiratory insufficiency, are caused, not least, by dysfunction of the inspiratory muscles and the vertebral column (2, 3, 4). Observations revealed that the vertebral column was deformed in 76 % of bronchial asthma patients (fig. 1). Inspiratory muscle fatigue develops as the muscle system responsible for breathing is overstrained through bronchial obstruction and emphysema (5, 6, 7). When treating bronchial asthma, therapy is gradually intensified. Patients, whose asthma cannot be cont...

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The cholesterol problem and its treatment

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich

Ladies and gentlemen,
By chance, a well-known journalist came to me for treatment. Amongst other things, his cholesterol level was high. However, once he had undergone a course of liver cleansing, this completely returned to normal.
When the scandal of the cholesterol-lowering agent “Lipobay” broke soon afterwards, I was asked by his editors if I would like to write a book on the subject. The result was published under the title “Cholesterin: Schock und die Alternative: Die Baklayan Methode” [Cholesterol: shock and the alternative: the Baklayan method].

In recent decades, cholesterol as a product of foods of animal origin absorbed in the daily diet, has been branded a scapegoat for every conceivable cardiovascular disease. In reality, however, some of the cholesterol found in the blood is produced in the liver. The body synthesises a total of 2-3 g cholesterol per day of which around 1 g is ...

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Successful treatment with the BICOM 2000 supported with dark field images

Liliane Asbach-Gawenda, Naturopath, Cologne

Dear colleagues,
dear users of BICOM resonance therapy,
Many of you will already know me as I have been an enthusiastic user of bioresonance therapy for nearly 20 years through several generations of the device and have also presented papers at a number of colloquia.
I have been in practice in Cologne for 25 years specialising in allergy and pain therapy and it is very rare for my treatment not to include bioresonance therapy; in fact, this therapy has become the mainstay of our applications. I have also been working with the new BICOM 2000 for a year, in two separate consulting areas to avoid long delays.
Today I am going to report on my experience with this new device with 4 different patients. All 4 had previously been largely resistant to therapy and it is precisely this point that I should like to report on.

Case 1
Patient no. 1 was born in the Netherlands in 1974. Despite being 1.85 m tall and obese, he appe...

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