“Foot eczema” in horses?

Dr. med. vet. Georg Müller, veterinarian, Salenstein, Switzerland

For 22 years I have worked as a freelance veterinary surgeon in a referral practice for large and small animals in Salenstein am Untersee. It was one of my assistants who made me aware of BICOM® bioresonance and since then, for over 15 years, I have used BICOM® bioresonance methods in my daily work. This technique has expanded my horizons and boosted my professional motivation. I have already enjoyed numerous successes with these biophysical methods in a variety of continuous training seminars, and, last but not least, I have adopted a different approach when looking at health-related matters.
The aim of today’s presentation is to draw a comparison between two common skin conditions in dogs and horses. In logical medical terms, “toe eczema in horses” seems ridiculous but, from the complementary medicine perspective, and BICOM® bioresonance methods in particular, this comparison is extremely useful. From...

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Acne – a problem not confined to puberty

Norbert Lindner, naturopath, Zeuthen, Germany
Ladies and gentlemen and esteemed colleagues,
I am pleased to have this opportunity today to give you a presentation on the treatment of acne using bioresonance therapy.
Firstly I would like to introduce one of my patients to you. He came to my practice with the following skin condition. This was
a very severe form of acne papulopustulosa, a form of acne vulgaris.
What I would like to show you today in my presentation is how you can change this condition (Figure 1) into that one (Figure 2).

What is acne?
Psychyrembel defines it as: The word is derived from the Greek and means peak or bloom. It is the name for different diseases of the sebaceous gland follicles characterised by secretory and cornification disorders, subsequent inflammation and even scarring.
The most common forms of acne
Acne vulgaris. Normal acne which starts in puberty and early adulthood disappears of its own accord. It is classified into different types:
• Ac...

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Infectious diseases: acute, chronic, protracted or masked

Ralf Kiesele, naturopath, Lahr, Germany
Dear colleagues,
It gives me great pleasure to be able to talk to you here today about a subject which is very close to my heart and which makes up about half of my daily workload. 50% of my patients are suffering from an infection, around 25% have allergies and about 25% consult me about other causes.
Today I would like to speak about different types of infection and to do so will describe four routine cases from my naturopathic practice: one case each of acute, of chronic, of prolonged and of masked infection. Routine might sound boring but I can assure you that this is not so here! These case studies are all spectacular in their own way and probably helpful for one or other of you.
Ever since I started practising as a naturopath, I have tried to find and treat the causes of disorders. Personally I do not consider it is sufficient to treat patients purely on a symptomatic basis. I wanted a form of therapy which can eliminate the causes and ...

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Environmental stresses: the body’s toxin warning

Dr. med. Petra Maack-Wantzen, doctor, Ingelheim, Germany
The term “Health” in the broadest sense refers to the proper functioning of all regulatory circuits and mechanisms in harmony with body, mind and soul.

We are constantly exposed to environmental factors that often place considerable stress on the body’s regulatory mechanisms.
Systematic therapeutic approach
In Sissi Karz’s systematic approach to therapy, the regulation of these disruptive environmental influences is part and parcel of “initial treatment”. “Second treatment” can only come into play when the body is capable of functioning properly – (body’s information channels) followed by “third treatment” (metabolism and nutrient points).

Several “initial treatment” sessions may be needed before the body learns to cope with these disruptive external influences.

The detoxification organs are affected more than others. Support for the liver and kidneys, intestine, skin and lymph system leading to detoxifi...

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Multiple Sclerosis – does this diagnosis have to spell doom?

Christiane Herrmann, naturopath, Berlin, Germany
Multiple sclerosis
(Encephalomyelitis disseminata)
In this lecture I should like to demonstrate my methods of operating and show you how, as a therapist, you can significantly alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis using bioresonance therapy.

However, beforehand I should like to point out that, as with all autoimmune disorders, an important principle should be borne in mind when treating MS patients: LESS is MORE! It is recommended to carry out no more than 3 programs per therapy session, especially at the start of the treatment series. You can also find information on this in the computer manual under the heading “Important information for users.” Therapists basically need to have a good grasp of the biophysical
test method so that priorities, as well as amplification, can be tested out.

Alongside epilepsy, multiple sclerosis is one of the commonest neurological diseases. It is regarded as incurable and is one of the inf...

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Successful therapy using the symmetrical amplification sweep

Sissi Karz, naturopath, Ag. Nikolaos, Greece
Dear colleagues,
Over the years I have noticed time and again that a patient didn’t do as well as expected with a preset program amplification – i.e. the reaction of their body sometimes fell short of what we were hoping for. Therefore, for some time now I have been checking the intensity of the patient’s physical reaction to a preset program using their palpable pulse on the surface of their wrist after starting a program. If this pulse was not strong enough then I carried out the kinesiological muscle test asserting that: “All amplifications are optimum for this person!”
More and more often adjustments had to be made within a program because the amplification for a weakened body was either too high or possibly a stored default amplification setting was too low making the effect of a program too weak.
At the same time I observed that one or two patients reacted very well to a setting initially but this ceased after just a few minutes, a...

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