A good anamnesis saves time

Ulrike Ritz, Naturopath, Warendorf, Germany
Good day to you, ladies and gentleman!
First of all I would like to introduce myself to you. My name is Ulrike Ritz and I have been working as a naturopath for 13 years in my own practice in Warendorf, Münster. Diagnosis and therapy using BICOM® technology formed the focus of my practice from the very beginning and I can confirm that after switching to BICOM 2000 in 2005 I have enjoyed much more therapeutic success.
I am certain that through the seminars, workshops and further training held by Regumed most of you are able to make good, if not very good, diagnoses which go beyond normal medical diagnostics. Nevertheless, regardless of whether we are beginners or renowned experts, we should never forget that every diagnosis starts with a good case history. This is a fact recognised even by long-established conventional medicine whereby a study carried out in Spring 2006 confirmed that, statistically speaking, a doctor who listens to his pat...

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Clinical effect, safety and mechanisms of BICOM 2000 system to asthma in children

Feng Yi Zhen, Professor of pediatrics, Liu Li Ping, Wang Jin Rong,Shandong, China

1. To examine the allergen detection, clinical effect, safety in the near future and side effects of the BICOM® 2000 system to asthma in children.
2. To explore the mechanism of BICOM® 2000 to asthma through evaluation of the changes in serum levels of IL-4, tIgE and IFN-gamma before and after BICOM® treatment.

1. Allergen detection and desensitization A total of 124 children with asthma and 150 children with asthma associated with rhinitis were selected according to the “national standard for child asthma” formulated by the national child asthma consortium. There were 82 mild, 164 moderate and 28 severe cases. All cases had not been treated with systemic glucocorticoids, antihistaminics or immunomodulators within one week before treatment. All children received allergen test and desensitization with BICOM®, together with the standard GINA therapy, which includes 125 microgra...

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Therapy of the spine via the tooth and jaw region

Marcel Riffel, Naturopath and Physiotherapist, Ostfildern, ermany
Dear colleagues,
I should like briefly to introduce myself. My name is Marcel Riffel. I am 33 years old and a qualified physiotherapist. I have been working as a naturopath for 3 years. My wife and I run a physiotherapy practice together in which I now work almost exclusively with BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
My intention in this lecture is to show you how I came upon the idea of treating spinal complaints through the maxillodental region. To do so I will refer to anatomical, physiological, empirical and energetic background knowledge.
This approach came about by combining my existing knowledge from the field of physiotherapy with BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
During my 8 years spent working as a physiotherapist, I was confronted with a wide range of spinal complaints on a daily basis. The treatments I offered initially included conventional physiotherapy, then manual therapy techniques and finally the fascinating wo...

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Fidgety Philip and little dreamer: treatment of ADHS with the BICOM

Jessica Rüther, Naturopath, Kempen-Tönigsberg, Germany 
Dear colleagues,
I am delighted to be able to speak to you on the occasion of the 47th International Congress 2007 in Fulda about some of the experiences I have taken from my practice. My paper deals with the manifestation of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) with and without hyperactivity.
Disturbed or normal? In need of therapy or just going through a difficult phase? Ill or just spirited? Thousands of parents of nervous, unfocused and fidgety children are asking these very questions.
People are quick to assume or diagnose Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD(H)D for short). The children suffer from a lack of self-control and are unable to properly control their impulses. There are a whole range of symptoms associated with AD(H)D: excessive restlessness, learning difficulties, problems with concentration, lack of coordination, low self-esteem, a tendency to get frustrated and aggressive behaviour. AD(H)D children can ...

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Treating the causes of ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease

Dr. med. Rolf Oesterle, Munich, Germany 

Back in 1996 here in Fulda, and in 1998 and 2000 at the Medizinische Woche in Baden-Baden, I reported on the use of BICOM® therapy to successfully treat chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and diseases of civilisation arising from food allergies.
If I am lecturing about this subject again it is because chronic inflammatory bowel disease, especially the atopic diseases ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, as well as neurodermatitis and allergic asthma are occurring with increasing frequency and the gastro-intestinal tract has become one of the organ systems most under attack.
These disorders with their symptoms such as frequent diarrhoea (in the worst cases, up to 20 to 30 bowel movements per day), mucous discharge and haemuresis, severe weight loss, vitality deficiency, long-term inability to work, to name just the most important, represent a huge burden both for the individual affected and also for their families. These patients ve...

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Chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia

Andrew Barrie PhD, and Mrs D. Anna Barrie, non-medical practitioners, Adelaide, Australia 
The purpose of this paper is to share the experiences and successes of our clinic in Australia where we have been using the bioresonance method since 1998 after training in England. Initially we were seeing 60-70 patients per week but currently we see only half this number to make time for training and support of other therapists in the region as we are also the Regumed representatives. We pass on enquiries for simple treatments to other therapists and mainly see ‘difficult’ cases, often as referrals from other BICOM® therapists or medical practitioners with a positive attitude towards bioresonance. Our findings from Australia are not only relevant to practitioners in Australasia and Asia but also to practitioners anywhere because people now travel so widely for business or holiday. There is also evidence that global warming is causing diseases carried by insects to be moving into ...

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Ataxia and ataxic lameness in a horse practice

Dr. med. vet. Ferdinand Denzinger, veterinarian, chönsee, Germany 
Regardless of the cause, lameness represents the most frequent condition preventing a mount from being ridden. Whenever constantly shifting lameness occurs, the head and spinal area should be considered as the possible cause.
1. Definition
What is ataxia: ataxia or lack of muscular coordination is a loss of ability to coordinate movement.
2. Causes
In the case of cerebral ataxia, the cause of the lack of muscular coordination lies in the area of the cerebrum, diencephalon or midbrain. It occurs in horses in connection with traumatic or infectious diseases of the central nervous system.
With cerebellar ataxia, the dysfunction originates in the cerebellum. The cerebellum is the coordination centre enabling all movements such as controlling muscle tone, balance, motor performance, etc. to be executed correctly. Clinical relevance exists with Oldenburg and Arab horses and Gotland ponies. Cerebellar ataxia consists of ...

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