The role of the Epstein Barr virus in chronic diseases

Dr. med. Jurgen Hennecke, Aachen, Germany

A Typical case
12-year-old Louis came to our practice with constant diarrhoea accompanied by abdominal cramp, migraine, dizziness and tiredness. The conventional medical diagnosis was lactose and histamine intolerance. Despite the patient adopting an appropriate diet the symptoms scarcely improved. Gastroscopy and colonoscopy results were normal. We learnt from the parents that, prior to his current symptoms, Louis had developed glandular fever in 2009. Following kinesiological testing we began bioresonance therapy by eliminating the Epstein Barr virus. The effects of electronic smog and interfering scars were treated. Intestinal mycosis was rehabilitated and the allergies to cow's milk, wheat and salicylic acid were treated. After this the boy was well again. His abdominal pain had vanished, he could tolerate milk and wheat and the tolerance threshold of foods containing lactose and histamine was even raised. Once the acute symptoms had su...

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HIV: Making life easier- prolonging life

Dagmar Siebert, Naturopath, Offenburg, Germany
Dear Congress delegates!
For the past twelve years I have been working with BICOM® therapy in Offenburg alongside my husband who is a general practitioner.
He has been looking after HIV outpatients in the South Baden area for more than ten years. In recent years there has been an opportunity for me therefore to help look after HIV patients too, i.e. to ease or cure the secondary disorders of these patients using bioresonance therapy. And it is this work that I would like to talk to you about.
In Germany, naturopaths are not permitted to treat sexually transmitted diseases by law
- in our case it is the doctor treating the HIV. I can treat the side-effects of the drug medication, for example, and thus help to improve the patient's quality of life.
My first HIV patient was sent to me by a dentist. He was experiencing such inflammatory pain in his gums that he was unable to use his dentures and therefore was unable to eat properly. He w...

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Autistic spectrum disorder

Dr. Sümer Zeynep Karabey, Kusadasi Aydin, Turkey
Dear colleagues,
It gives me great pleasure to report, at this year's Congress, on the results of a nationwide study conducted in Turkey.
But first let me tell you a little about myself: after handing over to a colleague the Berlin GP practice I had run for 15 years under the state insurance scheme, I decided to return to my homeland and go back to my roots, as it were. My husband and I represent Regumed in Turkey. I also work three days a week in my general medical practice. My assistant and I treat approximately 50 patients per week almost exclusively with bioresonance using two BICOM® BICOM optima® devices.
Bioresonance is becoming increasingly popular in Turkey. This is mainly as a result of successful treatment of satisfied patients and their relatives. Around 100 practices nationwide are now equipped with bioresonance devices. Several universities have stated they are prepared to conduct clinical trials, for which Regumed has p...

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Using bioresonance in an ENT practice: Remove polyps without operating?

Dr. med. Eberhard Wenzel, Husum, Germany
The causal treatment of allergy sufferers with a multi-causal condition in an ENT practice has always presented therapists with a difficult task. Finding an outcome satisfactory to both parties continues to pose a challenge. Chronic polypous pansinusitis (polyps in the paranasal sinuses) in particular is an increasing and ever more complex disorder to control, even for the self-styled "father of modern paranasal sinus surgery", Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Draf from Fulda.
Since 1 August 2004 I have been working in an ENT practice in Husum. Based on a structure evolved from an ENT practice set up 23 years ago by my predecessor, allergy patients were simply treated with a short-term desensitisation therapy consisting of seven injections. Alternative methods of applying allergy therapy were either rejected or ignored. This use of monotherapy only met with limited, if any, success. In the early 80s only 10% of patients with an exist...

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The crux with the cruciate ligament with dogs

Dr. med. vet. Karen Eigenbrod, Berlin, Germany
A somewhat different conservative treatment method - an alternative approach

General information
In all cases we first have to establish the extent to which the damaged structures can still function, if at all. Serious thought
must be given to repairing the joint, taking the animal's overall well being into account.
In most cases, rupture of the canine cruciate ligaments is not a sudden traumatic insult. It is rather a case of numerous tears in the structure of the connective tissue (tendons), i.e. fatigue tears that eventually snap in half, affecting the menisci and muscles to varying degree.
Previous ultrastructural analysis (J. Haus, Z. Halata, H. J. Refior) classified three types of nerve endings in the knee: Ruffini corpuscles, Pacini corpuscles and free (afferent and efferent) nerve endings. The nerve endings in the anterior cruciate ligament correspond to those characteristic of articular capsules. The anterior cruciate lig...

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DNA and cell communication via magnetic scalar waves, a possible basic principle of the Bioresonance Method?

Prof. Dr.-lng. Konstantin Meyl, Radolfzell, Germany
DNA generates a longitudinal wave that propagates in the direction of the magnetic field vector. Computed frequencies from the structure of DNA agree with those of biophoton radiation.
The optimisation of efficiency by minimising the conduction losses leads to the double-helix structure of DNA¹.
The vortex model of the magnetic scalar wave not only covers many observed structures within the cell nucleus perfectly, but also explains the hyperboloid channels in the matrix when two cells communicate with each other.
Potential vortices are an essential component of scalar waves 11 as discovered in 1990.The basic approach for an extended field theory was confirmed in 2009 with the discovery of magnetic monopoles12. This provides the opportunity to explain the physical basis of life ¹.
With this first introduction of the magnetic scalar wave, it becomes clear that such a wave is suitable to use genetic code chemically stored in the...

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Stop the burn out

Andreas Geier, Naturopath, Koln, Germany

Definition of the term
The term burnout was first used by New York psychotherapist Freudenberger in 1974. Although today it is widely used to describe a state of emotional and physical exhaustion, there is no standard scientific definition.

A list of definitions according to Rook shows that in all definitions there is an overlap of the terms 'physical, mental, emotional exhaustion, depersonalisation, reduced work efficacy, unfulfilled needs and expectations, disillusionment, failure to adapt to work'.1

In this paper I refer to the working definition drown up by Schaufeli & Enzmann:

''Burnout is a persistent, negative, work- related state of mind in 'normal' individuals that is primarily characterised by exhaustion, which is accompanied by distress, a sense of reduced effectiveness, decreased motivation, and the development of dysfunctional attitudes and behaviour at work. This psychological condition develops


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