Norbert Lindner, Naturopath, Zeuthen, Germany
I would like to thank you for your interest in what I have to say and would like to talk to you in more depth about the “options available for treating yourself.
For eight years I have been working with BICOM® bioresonance therapy and there is nothing I can add that you do not already know about its successful mode of action. During these eight years I have been here in Fulda four times and time and again am thrilled by the options and the quality of the therapy on offer.
I have always followed with great interest the lectures linked to my colleagues’ reports of their experiences. At the same time, I have noticed that all the lectures focus on the treatment and healing of our patients and not one speaker has spoken about the opportunities for self treatment.
At the time I was alarmed about how very little I carry out treatment on myself. It would interest me at this point to know which of my colleagues here regularly c...
Marcel Riffel, Naturopath, Ostfildern, Germany
Dear Colleagues, Brügemann family, and friends of BICOM® bioresonance therapy,
I am delighted to have the opportunity to give a presentation at this year’s BICOM® Congress once again. This year’s Congress has the slogan: Treating with heart, hertz and enthusiasm.
When I look with enthusiasm into the eyes of so many therapists who work with BICOM® bioresonance therapy, that is to say with frequencies and bandpasses, I think the motto chosen for this year’s Congress is entirely apt.
By definition the frequency (f) of a wave is the quotient of the speed of propagation (v) and wavelength (λ). The unit is given in hertz.
When I apply the Congress slogan to myself personally, I am happy that I have the opportunity – in what is now already my 9th year – to treat so many of my patients with heart, hertz and enthusiasm.
We therapists know that hertz (as opposed to hearts) is represented by our wonderful therapy medium – the...
Dr. med. dent. Ernst Beereuter, Zurich, Switzerland
In current Western medicine, a duality exists in the form of a scientific and an alternative approach to medical practices. On the surface, these appear to be two fundamentally different perspectives. Where does BICOM® therapy stand in all this – does it constitute just one expert opinion or does it have a connecting function?
It is useful to broach this subject from the practical side as this device also has a practical impact. I will now outline a dental case treated with scientific, conventional methods on the one hand and additional alternative therapy on the other hand, and discuss the role of BICOM® therapy in this particular context.
The practical example is one of a young female patient suffering from an aggressive gum disease known as ANUG – acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis. It soon leads to the loss of tooth-supporting socalled alveolar bone, especially in the interdental spaces. The papillae also become painfull...
Dr. Esra Kirsever, Istanbul, Türkei
acceptance of our study in this year’s BICOM® congress made me very happy as physician, and practitioner of BICOM® bioresonance therapy for 2 years. I am working in my private clinic in my country as a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. I have met BICOM® bioresonance therapy (BRT) method on the occasion of my mother’s health problems. My mother was receiving immunosuppressive therapy for autoimmune hemolytic anemia for eight years because the cause of her disease and specific treatment was not known in traditional medicine. She was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in November 2011 as one of the possible consequences of immunosuppressive therapy she was receiving and her life expectancy was projected 1 year. Minimum of four cycles of chemotherapy (CT) and spine surgery were planned. Complete remission was achieved in 2 months after two cycles of chemotherapy. I administered BRT during the same period. So, she did not need sur...
Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Klosters, Switzerland
1. General information
Complex systems imply sophisticated control mechanisms. These, in turn, rely on a wellfunctioning communication system. In short, complex systems cannot function without communication and control!
With other living organisms, the hormones may be named differently but the controlling principles for cell and body function are completely identical.
I would now like to discuss the extremely important role of hormone regulation in the human body.
Car: Electronics – Signal transmission – Engine function
Engine function – Signal transmission – Electronics
Humans: Brain – Nerves and hormones – Cell function
Cell function – Nerves and hormones – Brain
2. Hormones, Physiology
Hormones are biological signal mediators and were discovered in the early part of the 20th century. The word comes from the Greek term hormãn meaning to drive forward or stimulate. Chemically, hormones encompass both sma...
Brigitte Jonczyk, Naturopath, Rastede, Germany
Fellow members of the Brügemann family, fellow bioresonance therapists,
Six years ago I took over a naturopathy practice specialising in bioresonance therapy. This practice has a history of over 30 years of bioresonance therapy. Today, we are working with 8 bioresonance devices including 3 BICOM BICOM optima® and 5 BICOM 2000 devices.
I am constantly discovering patients who have been diagnosed with “age-related macular degeneration”, so a few years ago I started to find out more about this widespread eye disease. Bioresonance therapy has meanwhile become a key feature of our therapy programs and is also used in the treatment of this condition.
Macular degeneration develops over many years, virtually without any symptoms. The end stage is characterised by a marked, rapid deterioration in eyesight, possibly culminating in total blindness. One promising treatment approach is based on a combination of conventional and complementary medicine. ...
Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen, Germany
Prophylaxis (prevention) is understood as the range of measures taken to prevent health deteriorating. We make a distinction between primary prophylaxis, intended to stop disease occurring in a person who is still healthy and secondary prophylaxis to avoid a recurrence of a medical condition which has been cured or has improved (relapse prophylaxis). In both cases the use of bioresonance therapy has proved effective for patients as well as for therapists and practice staff.
I. Relapse prophylaxis
You know the situation: the patient’s symptoms have disappeared or improved markedly. The patient has completed a course of treatment.
Frequent question: “What happens next?”
There are two options: “We stop the treatment now and you get back in touch if any new symptoms reappear!” or “we carry on treating you at greater intervals (e.g. every 4 – 6 weeks) to prevent a deterioration.”
We recommend the wait-and-see approach for...
Marianne Thalmann, Bioresonance Therapist, Güttingen, Switzerland
Up to about 5 – 6 years ago I would never have dared to treat a tumour patient. When however cancer struck close to home, I no longer had any choice. Since then I have had wonderful experiences with seriously ill people, and with the knowledge I have today I would like to encourage all therapists to help precisely these people and to have the courage to treat them and help them with a unique method – bioresonance therapy.
From the experiences I have gained I am convinced today
- that people suffering from cancer cannot really be healed by chemotherapy, radiotherapy or hormone therapies etc.
– not in a single case and - at the same time a tumour patient above all must be willing to allow themselves to be helped consistently along the road to self
-healing in every respect; of course the therapist must play their part too - that we as bioresonance therapists are in a position to help precis...
Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nicolaos, Greece
I spent many years searching for settings for the individual regions of the jaw which I could reproduce consistently and which, as reflex zones, like the eyes, ears, foot reflex zones and other areas, mainly show reactions to disturbances present across the whole body. Only rarely (for example, following an accident) are problems in the dental root area responsible for subsequent symptoms within the body.
It had already emerged while I was practising in Switzerland that most patients’ conditions did not improve when they had their amalgam fillings replaced by gold or another material. On the contrary! Many patients only came to me after having their amalgam fillings removed and replaced because they felt worse than before. Since then, before advising patients to have their amalgam fillings removed, I always treat the jaw region belonging to the most troublesome tooth – usually with outstanding results. Only in very rare...
Bettina Decher, Naturopath, Frankfurt, Germany
General information about moulds, their occurrence in nature and in human and animal habitation.
Moulds as inhaled and ingested allergens
Significance of moulds and their enzymes in industry
1. Moulds – definition and classification in the fungi system
As regards moulds, the definition still applies as given by Delitzsch (1943, and quoted by Roth, Fran and Kormann in 1990). According to this, moulds must have the following characteristics:- Their habitat is the soil or concentrated nutrient solutions (there are no specific aquatic fungi as such).- They can live as saphrophytes i.e. they obtain their nutrients from dead organic substances which they break down.- They form a typical mycelium. In this respect they are different from yeasts, which form loose cell groups but no real mycelial component.- They mainly multiply through asexual spores (sporangiospores or conidia).- If they form any reproductive organs at all,...