The significance of the acid-base balance in BICOM practice

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hanover
Dear colleagues,
As BICOM therapists we deal with concepts which consider the patient as a whole, for the disease itself affects all his responsive, regulatory and compensatory mechanisms, and this is the basis of our approach.
After making a comprehensive diagnosis, our job consists of performing therapy which observes the holistic aspect in order to eliminate the disease’s “breeding ground” and, as far as possible, bring about a distinct improvement in the patient’s condition.
One “breeding ground” on which disease thrives is a permanent disturbance of the acid-base balance.
Treating this disturbance will help our patients regain their initial stable energetic state and a pleasant quality of life.
The key to this lies in the many different possibilities offered by BICOM resonance therapy, whether on its own or combined with classic naturopathic therapies.

It is common medical knowled...

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Borreliosis treatment in veterinary medicine with parallels to human medicine

Dr. Wilhelm Pacher, Veterinarian, A-9821 Obervellach, Austria
Dear colleagues,
It gives me great pleasure to share some practical experiences from my work at this 46th International BICOM Congress in Fulda in 2006.
Borreliosis, an infectious disease occurring worldwide and caused by the corkscrew-shaped bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi (after its discoverer Wilhelm Burgdorfer in Lyme, USA), represents a particular threat to animals and humans in Alpine countries. The disease is transferred to animals and humans by ticks infected with Borrelia. The pathogen lives in the tick’s intestine and is transferred through saliva. Up to 60% of ticks in Alpine valleys have Borrelia in their intestines which obviously represents a big potential threat.
The disease usually progresses through three stages, the first of which, local reddening (Erythema migrans), can easily be overlooked in animals. Subsequent symptoms such as fatigue, loss of appetite and feverish outbreaks with temper...

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Introduction to the BICOM Congress 2006

Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing
The theme for our 46th Congress is:
BICOM bioresonance methods – Joint pioneering work for the medicine of the future
Pioneers are trailblazers, bridge-builders. What do we have in common with them? We too are trailblazers; trailblazers for a new type of medicine. It is a huge, beneficent task, which brings with it a great deal of responsibility. We all have just cause to be proud of our revolutionary role. We are bound by the certain knowledge that we can offer real help, especially to those chronically ill patients who have often given up all hope of recovery.
There is a large group of patients who have already tried all options that conventional medicine has to offer and yet still do not enjoy good health. These patients are said to have exhausted all possible treatments. To be able to help these people in spite of this, and maybe to relieve them of their symptoms altogether or to achieve a significant improvement is more than many therapists dare to h...

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Experience in treating bronchial asthma

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen
Around 5 % of the adult population suffers from bronchial asthma. Those affected by it are becoming increasingly younger: up to 15 % of children suffer from this disorder, with bronchial asthma the most common chronic disorder in childhood. Boys are twice as likely to be affected as girls. In one third of children initial symptoms appear in the first year of their life. Conventional medical treatment is confined to treating the symptoms, which is very effective in itself but seldom tackles the cause of the disorder. BRT provides us with an excellent opportunity for therapy.

“Bronchial asthma is an inflammatory disorder of the airways with bronchial hyperreactivity and spasmodic obstruction of the airways, usually connected with an atopic disposition.”
A differentiation is made in conventional medicine between chronic bronchitis and bronchial asthma. Our experience has shown that the same approach works for both clini...

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Treatment of post-traumatic pain and vertebral pain syndromes without side effects

Dr. med. Willmar Schwarze, Wurzen
The annual BICOM congresses are an exciting highlight in the continuing professional development of BICOM users.
Having attended these events with growing interest since 2000, it is a particular honour to be given the opportunity to present my own experience here today.

1.1. Significance of diagnosis and treatment of painful disorders as part of basic medical care
Pain which is experienced as a sign of possible pathological changes in the body is one of the most common reasons for consulting a doctor or naturopath.

1.2. Brief consideration of the pathophysiology of pain
Pain is not a state but a negative experience for the individual concerned. Nociceptors, specialised nerve sensors in the peripheral nervous system, record signals that various thresholds are being exceeded and convert this information into impulses capable of being transmitted from nerve pathways towards the centre (bone marrow and brain).
These impulses ar...

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