Detecting the main interference fields using ear acupuncture points

Dr. med. Barbara Irmler, Munich, Germany 

Using regulative natural remedies – regardless of whether these comprise acupuncture, homeopathy or even bioresonance therapy a point is often reached at which the desired advance or treatment outcome is not achieved therapeutically. This begs the question as to whether the limits of the respective methods have been reached or whether hitherto disregarded or undetected barriers to treatment have emerged.
The second problem facing therapists is the extent of the tested stresses we encounter in treating our chronically sick patients, most of whom are suffering from more than one illness. This begs yet another question: Where do I start with treatment? Which stresses have priority and which are of secondary importance in the disease process?
This presentation seeks to demonstrate how foci and treatment barriers can be detected in order to facilitate efficient diagnosis, therapy and treatment evaluation.

The interference field...

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Focus on tinnitus – a real torment

Dr. med. Perry Seftel, Halberstadt, Germany

Dear colleagues,
The theme of my short talk today is new approaches in the treatment of patients with chronic tinnitus. I should like to present my initial observations, as an enthusiastic practitioner of conventional medicine and an openminded user of progressive therapy methods, which will focus on TINNITUS, a really annoying hearing problem.
First, however, allow me to quote Arthur Schopenhauer who, as a “universal protagonist”, puts into words just what “new age doctors” are thinking.
Quote: “All truth passes through three stages: First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being selfevident.”
We are currently at the second stage from the viewpoint of the “opposing camp”. Yet there are a large number of therapists here today and those with successfully treated patients at the back of their minds who have already reached the third stage.
This fact is in tune with the current clima...

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Foreword to RTI Volume 2010 

Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing


I am proud of the fact this is already the 50th Congress on bioresonance therapy even though it is still a relatively new form of medicine.

We started back in 1979 with the very first congress in Bernried, on Lake Starnberg, with some 20 people taking part and over the years this number has grown to over 500 participants from every continent. This is what makes our motto for this congress ‘Helping millions of patients around the world back to health’ so realistic.

In this congress volume you will once again find interesting papers containing a whole series of tips and experiences which may well help you in your own practice.

You may ask why 50 congresses have already been held when bioresonance therapy has only been around for 30 years. The reason is that in the first few years two congresses took place each year – one in spring and one in autumn. An abundance of research and experience has been presented during these 50 congresses.

This is a good opp...

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Biological treatment of metabolic disorders

Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nikolaos, Greece
Dear colleagues,
There is an old saying that you are what you eat (and drink). This is obviously particularly true of those nutrients which the whole digestive system can metabolise.
If you see how mindlessly people eat nowadays – reading the newspaper over breakfast or eating while watching TV in the evening – and how often business lunches take place where participants’ heads are preoccupied more with business or the film than with the food, then it is no wonder that the body is not getting the vital nutrients it needs for regulated metabolism and to maintain health.
An extremely important factor connected with metabolic disorders is actually bad eating habits. People don't tend to chew much and insalivate nowadays. They prefer to have a sip of water, juice, milk, coffee or tea as they eat so that the food can be swallowed quicker. Many people today often don’t make time for the vital task of eating. As a result the entire masticator...

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Post-­traumatic & post­operative problem cases in orthopaedics

Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Klosters, Switzerland

After a fracture or orthopaedic surgery the body’s biological system has to rebuild the injured bone function.
In the case of a fracture a position as close as possible to real human anatomy needs to be achieved using appropriate measures. This is achieved through the repositioning and fixation of the fractured parts in an anatomically correct position. In the case of repositioning which cannot be implemented externally, a surgical procedure is usually the method of choice. In so doing, the fracture fragments are repositioned during surgery and fixed using various options.
With many orthopaedic interventions (for instance realignment osteotomy) the bone is intentionally injured. This injury, unlike the fracture, is a planned and less traumatic injury to the bone.
This presentation is intended to give you ideas about how you can efficiently aid problematic bone healing using the BICOM® method. However, first of all a word or...

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Vaccinations: ingredients, heavy metals, implications

Jessica Rüther, Naturopath, Kempen-Tönisberg, Germany
Dear Colleagues,
I have deliberately structured my presentation for this year’s conference somewhat differently compared with my last paper three years ago.
We have to answer two questions several times a day:

To what can we attribute the patient’s symptoms or condition?
How must I treat the condition or what programs do I use?

I would obviously like to include a few treatment tips in my presentation, but: Your treatment is only as good as your earlier testing and diagnosis! Experience has shown that you can only test what you know and can identify. I intend to boost your awareness and give you some background knowledge about vaccinations (to use a generic term) so that this information will spring to mind next time you carry out tests.
And what’s more: I’m not necessarily against vaccinations. But I am critical. And I’m shocked at all the information on the subject that escapes publication. There are probably few areas of me...

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Nutrient points according to Sissi Karz – using them in practice for diagnostics and therapy

Dr. med. dent. Cornelia Wolschner, Berlin, Germany 

As a dentist my naturopathic work has focused on diagnosing and treating focal and material stresses, craniomandibular dysfunction and metabolic disorders in the tooth, mouth and jaw area, frequently also as part of a dental consultation for allergy sufferers and patients with arthrosis, rheumatism, MS or cancer.
Meeting Sissi Karz at the 2008 Regumed Congress gave me the impetus to examine once again in more detail her text “Nutrient balance and allergies”, and nutrient points in particular. I had read it with interest some years previously due to its detailed portrayal of the functional connections in the metabolism, yet nutrient points’ numerous benefits for practical work with patients only became accessible to me when I applied them systematically. They provide beneficial support in daily work with patients not only in connection with allergies but they also represent an additional diagnostic and therapeutic opt...

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Efficient mycosis therapy using the Bicom Optima

Dr. rer. nat. Angelika Buff, Naturopath, Moers, Germany 

Candida mycoses play an important part in naturopathic practice1, whether as a therapy block or even as the cause of a whole series of symptoms. If the change in diet necessary for candida therapy takes too long however, patient compliance usually falls rapidly. For this reason I have developed a candida therapy, which reproducibly removes the candida mycosis within therapy sessions over three weeks. This therefore means for the patient a maximum of 17 days for the dietary change.
In the second part of the presentation I would like to introduce some case examples, which also show how the BICOM® Optima could be used in practice.

Candida therapy
Over the last 3 years, 439 patients have been treated in my practice using the candida therapy presented here.
In 31 patients a recurrence was detected whereby in most cases reasons for the recurrence could be found (see Figs. 1 and 2, detailing statistics correct at ...

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New experiences with low deep frequencies and the second channel

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Simone Maquinay, Aachen, Germany 

At last year’s conference we reported on our experience with new treatment principles involving a new prototype of the BICOM® device. Shortly afterwards we acquired the new BICOM® BICOM optima® and this was followed by a settling in period as we got to grips with the new way of working. We have since boosted our experience with many new patients, investigated further and shared best practices with other experienced therapists. We would like to pass on a few ideas and share our experiences to date with you.

We have since seen a number of reports from therapists detailing their experiences in the low deep frequency range, which we can corroborate from experience in our own practice.
We have received particularly good feedback about the new treatment programs entered by Frau Karz in the fields of Organ therapy, Pain therapy, Immune modulation, Hormone regulation and Treatment blocks. Table 1 summarises the mo...

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Mitochondropathies – a challenge for holistic medicine

Dipl. Med. Birgit Fleischer, Bernau b. Berlin, Germany
“You’ll just have to live with it,“ – this is the advice patients frequently receive from their doctors. Perhaps this leaves them wondering: do I really have to? Is there no possibility at all of improving my quality of life? Justifiably, people affected in this way cannot and will not resign themselves to their fate. They look for alternatives and often this brings them to us. But you know all this already.
The point is we are treating people and not “diagnoses“. For a better understanding I would like to list some clinical pictures which challenge our medical knowledge, learning, thinking and actions. For instance I am thinking of: migraine, neurodermatitis, irritable bowel, ulcerative colitis, fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, MCS, exhaustion after viral infections, allergies, chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system, autoimmune illnesses, multiple sclerosis and cancers before, during and after conventional thera...

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