Dr. med. dent. Ernst Beereuther, dentist, Zurich, Switzerland
Ladies and gentlemen,
I should like to welcome you to this lecture and thank the Regumed Institute for inviting me.
Over the next half hour I will give you an insight into how I integrate BRT into my work as a dentist practising conventional medical methods and how a dentist and a bioresonance therapist can work together.
First, however, I should like briefly to introduce myself. I have been practising dentistry in Zurich, in Switzerland for 20 years. For 10 years my wife has been working as a bioresonance therapist in the rooms adjoining my practice.
We have entered into a mutually beneficial partnership bringing together our work in dentistry and BRT.
We each have our own premises and yet we work together.
I should like to give you an overview of the areas where I find BRT and the BICOM device particularly helpful:
• material testing
• amalgam cleanup
• periodontal treatment
• treatment of the temporomandibular joint
Dr. med. Michael Jaecks (†), Euskirchen-Kirchheim, Germany
How does fluoride behave? Does it affect respiratory and skin disease?
“The practice of the art of medicine should not follow from theory, but the reverse, theory should follow from practice. The essence of a disease remains an unknown quantity until we have found the true remedy.” Rademacher 1848.
How did I become aware of the problem with fluoride?
If fluorine or fluoride are mentioned today, people immediately think of dentistry and caries. Until 1983 I did not know much about the biological significance of fluoride other than it is important for bones and teeth since it is a constituent of “apatite” which is apparently responsible for the hardness of this tissue. At least that is what I had learnt in the past. There was no reason for me to doubt this either. As I have since discovered, I was in good company in my ignorance.
In the 1970s a large plant was successfully introduced in Karl-Marx-Stadt (Chemnitz) in the GDR and...
Dr. Op. Özlem Kiran, Neurosurgical specialist, Istanbul, Turkey
For the past year I have been using bioresonance therapy in my practice. My work covers the entire spectrum of neurosurgery. I work in my own practice as well as in a local hospital in the Bakirköy district of Istanbul.
Since I started using the bioresonance method (BRM) the number of operations I have carried out relating to herniated discs has fallen considerably. You could say that before discovering bioresonance my team and I were often too quick to reach for the scalpel.
Between February 2006 and February 2007 I treated 124 patients with herniated lumbar and cervical discs using only the BRM. Of these 124 cases, 71 were cervical hernias and 53 lumbar hernias. Without exception all patients had been treated using conventional medicine and were referred to me by colleagues for surgery. Through medical imaging processes (e.g. MRI) all patients were given a clear diagnosis:
‘Herniated disc level 2-3’ with partial loss of...
Angelika Prigge-Jugsch, Naturopath, Sandstedt, Germany
Hello, ladies and gentleman, colleagues,
Effective pain therapy instead of painkillers.
I am delighted to be able to speak to you here today in Fulda on the subject of pain.
When I started working with the bioresonance method 12 years ago my focus at that time was on allergy but after a while I realised that you could apply the therapy in other areas too. And so I tried this type of treatment on patients who were suffering from pain and was surprised how quickly I got results.
1. What is pain exactly?
Pain is a complex sensory feeling often involving strong emotional components. It requires the presence of pain receptors and for signals to be passed on uninterrupted to the central nervous system.
Normal pain is caused by stimulation of the pain receptors through tissuedamaging stimuli. Pathological pain, on the other hand, occurs when these pain receptors are stimulated by inflammation processes in the body or the pain is trigger...
Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hanover, Germany
Please look upon today’s lecture as an overview of the treatment of patients with tumours. It is intended to help you to consider a tumour patient just like any other seriously ill patient. I should like to present an approach which starts with the patient’s current situation by providing concomitant therapy and leads on to subsequent stabilisation and treatment of underlying problems.
I CANNOT go into the specific treatment of tumour tissue at this point as there is insufficient time in this lecture and it is not the aim of a 30-minute paper.
This means I would like to offer suggestions as to how to accompany the patient in his acute condition following surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy and subsequently possibly also to treat the disease’s “breeding ground”.
Our task primarily consists of performing structured concomitant therapy, which does justice to the holistic aspect, alongside conventional medical procedures.
Dr. med. Günther Hanzl, Berg-Aufkirchen, Germany
I can imagine that the phrase “postmaterialistic science” in the title of my paper does not mean much to some of you.
So perhaps I should first explain the concept a little.
It refers to the natural sciences as they are now understood and interpreted by the most important and most progressive scientists and whose essential features have changed more and more over the last few decades. In the past, or to be more precise, in the last 200 or 300 years, nature was synonymous with matter. Back in the early
17th century, as we all know, Descartes divided our world, our world view, into “res cogitans” and “res extensa”, in other words, into thinking things, the mind and extended things, things which can be
Matter was the object which the natural sciences had to deal with. As we all know, it was left to the humanities to deal with the mind, which can neither be touched nor weighed nor measured. All the more so as, over the cours...
Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing, Germany
When planning a medical congress there are potentially a number of different aspects on which to focus. One area of focus could be passing on experiences in order to achieve the best possible results in patients. Another aspect would be sharing scientific evidence which proves the efficacy of a method. Our congress programme is designed in such a way that focus is on experiences taken from the practice in order to help participants achieve even better results through use of the BICOM® bioresonance method.
But it is also important to present the case for the efficacy of and tolerance to the bioresonance method from different viewpoints even if we are not giving this area top priority. During our congress in April 2006 I was thus able to report on evidence-based studies concerning the efficacy of the bioresonance method. There were no fewer than 15 studies which were assessed by a recognised institute – the Institut für Datenanalyse und Versuchsplanung...
Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen, Germany
Headaches are among the most commonly cited symptoms in general practice. They may be caused by relatively harmless stresses or equally by more acute disorders. Therefore it is necessary to complete a thorough internal neurological assessment before every treatment. Where headaches are a symptom of a serious disorder such as tumours, metastases, cerebral haemorrhaging, meningitis or a consequence of cardiovascular or metabolic disorders, conventional treatment must be used. BRT can provide support for the basic organic disorder or be used to help ease symptoms as part of a holistic pain management. Increasingly often we are seeing patients with functional headaches such as migraines, tension headaches and neuralgia. BRT can often uncover and in most cases treat the actual cause of the symptoms.
In the holistic treatment of headaches, it is essential to carry out an "energy diagnosis" (EAV, tensor, kinesiology) as well as obtainin...
Professor Dr. Cyril W. Smith, Manchester, UK
Abstract. – The importance of coherent frequencies in living systems was first recognised by Professor Herbert Fröhlich, FRS. The writer’s work with electrically sensitive patients gave an insight into the importance of frequencies in living systems. This has led to the realization that frequency is the common factor uniting many branches of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Frequency is endogenous on acupuncture meridians and these are related to the autonomic nervous system. Examples of such frequencies are given. They occur within a coherent system which gives them the property of being fractal. It is this which links the chemical to the technological and to the biological frequency bands. When there is stress on a target organ, its meridian frequency is found in the whole-body field. Applying acupressure to a point gives the same effect. This suggests that a Bioresonance measurement involves the change in electrical resistance at t...
Jörg Wehrhahn, Naturopath, Rotenburg a. d. Fulda, Germany
It gives me great pleasure to participate in the BICOM® Congress in Fulda by presenting a paper today on my experiences with BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
I contacted Regumed in Gräfelfing near Munich five years ago when on the lookout for an additional method for diagnosing and treating my patients.
As I had been treating my patients using neural therapy and acupuncture, I was looking for an additional means of providing “pain-free” therapy to children and adults.
An appointment was soon made with Regumed and, following Frau Vogeser’s fascinating presentation, it did not take long to decide to work with BICOM® bioresonance in future. Following extensive training by Regumed, diagnosing and treating with bioresonance therapy has become such a major part of our practice that nowadays we use BICOM® almost
exclusively to diagnose and treat our patients.
Treatment of broncho-pulmonary diseases
I should like today to give you an insigh...