An excursion through the veterinarian BICOM practice 

Jörg Fiedler, Veterinary Surgeon, Baunatal, Germany 

Testing and therapy: practical opportunities
The opportunities to use BICOM® therapy in veterinary practice are actually endless. From A for allergy right through to Z for zoster, every condition can at least be diagnosed and, depending upon the patient or their owner, treated too.

Can you perform BRT successfully even without testing?
Especially for those new to BICOM®, testing should not necessarily be performed on the patient but on a blood sample taken previously.
If some therapists want to work with BICOM® before first using the tensor, there is actually nothing preventing this and I welcome this incidentally. There is a collection of tried and tested program combinations which can be used without having to test the patient.
Once you have gained a certain amount of confidence, you can also use the indication­based programs from the Therapy Manual and create your own individual therapy for the patient (be bold!).

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Use of the BICOM cupping applicator therapy to treat hypertension.

Ilona Patz, Naturopath, Eilsleben, Germany 
I first learnt about cupping by taking part in the user days run by Regumed. Although “cupping” was a term I was familiar with and I had some idea of what was involved, the excellent presentations given by Frau Brügemann reinforced my intention to use cupping in my practice.
Anyone who, like me, has worked for more than 35 years with patients (I am a paediatric nurse and naturopath) often has the feeling that there must be an alternative to having to resort to chemicals. And even physiotherapy can often be painful, especially in the shoulder/neck region and the chest and lumbar spine, quite apart from the fact that detoxification is completely disregarded when using physiotherapy as the sole treatment.
I also treated myself to some informative literature, e.g. “Die Kunst des Schröpfens” [The Art of Cupping] by Hedwig Piotrowski­Manz (ISBN 3­8304­9091­7). She uses cupping for a number of illnesses, ranging from the joints to disorders relat...

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Carcinoma aftercare using the bioresonance method

Univ. Doz. MR Dr. med. Johann Lahodny, St. Pölten, Austria

Introduction
According to figures from the World Health Organisation (WHO) the number of people suffering from cancer is rising continuously. 55% of patients with cancer die each year in the industrialised nations.
A situation which, given the latest medical and scientific findings, is no longer justified and should no longer be tolerated in this day and age.
Conventional cancer treatment consists of surgery, chemotherapy or radiotherapy and routine cancer screening. Surgery is meant to remove the visible tumour tissue. Adjuvant treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy are then used in an attempt to kill off the remaining tumour or may also be used as monotherapy. Routine post­cancer treatment consists of regular CT or MRI scans and tests for tumour markers at six­monthly intervals. These examinations are used to ascertain whether new cancerous nodes have appeared.

New findings
New research into cell prop...

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Echinococcosis treatment using the bioresonance method

Sandra Hänni, Naturopath, Täuffelen, Switzerland
The symptoms of echinococcosis range from upper abdominal pains and loss of appetite to jaundice, caused by disturbance to bilirubin metabolism, and portal hypertension.
The main organ in which this parasitic infection develops is the liver, as in 90% of cases, but infestation of the lungs and brain also form part of its clinical picture. It is mainly passed on as a result of poor hygiene from unwashed forest fruits, mush­rooms and herbs. Infection by echinococ­cus larvae produces similar symptoms to those produced by a malign tumour. Characteristic features include inflamma­tions and vascular proliferation with necrosis and cavity formation. It is thought to take 8 to 15 years from initial infection to the first signs of the disease appearing.
If a predator host, such as a dog or cat, becomes infected, the animal will display minimal symptoms, except for an acute worm stress. This is in contrast to animals of prey, such as sheep and ...

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Treatment of infectious diseases in veterinary medicine 

Stephanie Dziallas, Animal Naturopath, Sandstedt, Germany 
My name is Stephanie Dziallas. I am an animal naturopath from Sandstedt and have been working with the BICOM® bioresonance device for about two years. When I lost my two Spanish dogs to leishmaniasis within six weeks of one another in the summer of 2005, I refused to accept that Allopurinol and Glucantime were apparently virtually the only way of treating leishmaniasis. Anger and despair over the death of my dogs spurred me on to search for other methods of treating this disease. Following extensive research I came upon the BICOM® bioresonance device and the success I have experienced in the past in treating chronic infections speaks for itself! I have now successfully treated numerous dogs and cats which were chronically infected with parasites, viruses or bacteria.

Fundamental procedure
Before starting treatment I obtain an impression of the overall constitution of the animal and decide whether homeopathic remedies or ph...

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Promising opportunities for treating parasites using blood and saliva

Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece
Dear colleagues,
Three years ago Herr Baklayan gave a very informative presentation on intra­and extracellular parasites, which inspired me and no doubt others to think about possible treatment opportunities beyond ampoule therapy.
In the summer I then made initial attempts with my colleague, Dr. Lang, at finding an alternative or supporting measure for treatment using parasite ampoules. The following method has since been introduced very successfully in several practices and has proven effective for a number of different disorders. For this reason I would now like to pass it on to a wider group of colleagues.
The initial idea was to work with blood alone, but the results were not clear or definitive. Only after a second swab with a similar quantity of saliva was added to the cup was it possible to arrive at clear statements using the tensor, with the same results also achieved using kinesiology.
For treatment each of the follo...

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Background stresses and treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hanover
Dear colleagues,
Dear friends of the BICOM® bioresonance method,
My paper today deals with a very serious clinical picture. Much is already known about this condition and I do not wish to give the impression that it is necessarily easy to treat MS. My experience and my successes (including some partial successes) have shown me that behind the MS are very typical types of stress which can be successfully treated.
In over 20 years of practice I have looked after numerous MS patients. I have been able to give a large number of them lasting stability and helped them to regain a good quality of life.
Stabilisation means fewer attacks at longer intervals (in terms of years) and, where an attack did occur, it would be significantly weaker than previous attacks, with fewer symptoms (either just eye symptoms or general physical weakness or mild ataxia) and often even without the need to prescribe cortisone treatment.
As I have seen over the years, these...

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Information – our nonmaterial life principle

Prof. Dr. sc. med. Dipl.Ing. Steffen Schulz, Berlin, Germany
”The most beautiful thing that we can experience is the mystery which lies at the birthplace of true art and science. Anyone who has not experienced this and can no longer wonder and no longer be amazed is as if dead and their eyes are blind”.
A. Einstein

An element of mystery also surrounds our Congress. It arises from that part of our everyday working lives which makes it so exciting. That subjective experience which cannot be explained by any objectively observable mechanism. And so, according to medicine’s view of man, it is not scientific either. However, it is hugely significant for our mission and in our lives.
This introductory remark was designed to highlight the contradiction between classical medicine’s scientifically outdated view of man and everyday practice. It also reveals the reason why our bioresonance therapy, just like many other complementary methods of healing, is still widely discriminated against as ...

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Menopausal syndrome – successful treatment with bioresonance

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen, Germany

Introduction
Over 70% of all women suffer relatively serious endocrine and vegetative symptoms during the transition from sexual maturity to the menopause. Now that hormone replacement therapy is coming in for increasing criticism due to its not insignificant sideeffects, a growing number of women are asking their gynaecologists, GPs and therapists for alternative forms of treatment. A range of food supplements
(e.g. soya extract), phytotherapeutic agents (often with phyto hormones) and homeopathic remedies, both individual and in complex form, are available, which are highly effective. It is often necessary to take these preparations for months, if not years. Excellent results can also be achieved in this area with bioresonance without the need for medication and often with longlasting results.
This example can also demonstrate that, depending on the structure of the practice and the needs of the patients, positive results can be obtained bot...

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Holistic treatment of sports injuries

Marko Kolbezen, Sports Professor, Brezovica, Slovenia
Dear colleagues,
Allow me to introduce myself briefly.
I am Marko Kolbezen and I come from  Slovenia. I have gained considerable experience with bioresonance due to my son’s severe allergies. Following considerable success with treatment and having acquired an understanding of the manner in which the BICOM® device operates, I came up with the idea of applying bioresonance to the sports world as I work in this field as a sports instructor and personal trainer. Having used BICOM® for over four years, I can say that I am  increasingly enthusiastic about its effectiveness and the opportunities offered by the BICOM® device.
In my paper I will present the application of BICOM® bioresonance to the treatment of sports injuries. My work has brought me into contact with various injuries, namely: kneejoint injuries (especially injuries to the collateral and cruciate ligaments), injuries to the ankle joint (sprains), spinal injuries (overlo...

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