New options in the treatment of pathogenic substances

Marcel Riffel, Naturopath, Ostfildern, Germany

Dear Colleagues, dear Brugemann family, and dear friends of BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
In my presentation this year I would like to draw on the research carried out by Dr William Ross Adey and Dr rer. nat. Wolfgang Ludwig and incorporate this in my deliberations.
Dr William Ross Adey, a professor of anatomy and physiology born in Australia, developed the concept of the "ADEY window" or "biological window".
A biological window describes a confined spectrum of electromagnetic oscillations, which are "recognised" by the organism thereby triggering a positive physiological reaction.
The discovery of this "biological window" has been very important in the science of energy medicine in terms of substantiating its efficacy.
Part of Adey's research included experiments on the brain cells of hares and chicks where he applied technically generated impulses to the cells. Here he discovered not just that brain cells only respond to a q...

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Traces in the face organ-related facelifts using bioresonance

Dr Sumer Zeynep Karabey, Aydin, Turkey

Dear colleagues,
Dear bioresonance therapy enthusiasts,

This year I have the honour of reporting to you on a highly unusual area of BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
I am talking about the use of bioresonance in cosmetic medicine.
Background
At some point, when using bioresonance in my practice in Turkey, I noticed a certain general "rejuvenation" in my patients' faces. Initially those vital steps in the bioresonance therapy system - relief for the immune system and elimination of toxins and heavy metals - appeared to me to explain this phenomenon. The patients underwent a kind of purification treatment and that was reflected in a visible rejuvenation and general contentment.

Some time later I observed the following: the facial wrinkles of patients who underwent repeated meridian flushing (meridian start or end points in the face) were noticeably reduced.

I asked myself whether facial wrinkles have a deeper meaning than a ...

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Periodontitis – the most common infectious disease affecting the oral cavity. Basic principles for successful treatment

Dr. med. dent. Jutta Schreiber, Neubiberg, Germany

Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Colleagues,

I am delighted to be able to speak to you at this Congress today on the important topic of periodontitis, which I feel ties in particularly well with the theme of this year's Congress: 'Creating together a wave of therapeutic success'.

Because it is only possible to treat this disease, which concerns us all, if there is an effective network of therapists working together.

I would like to take this opportunity to briefly introduce myself. For the past 26 years I have been working as a holistic dental practitioner in my own practice in Neubiberg, a suburb of Munich. I have integrated bioresonance as a core component in my treatments for more than 15 years now.

As a dentist I naturally spend the majority of my time treating patients in my practice. This is the reason why I am attempting to integrate bioresonance therapy as simply and effectively as possible. I often do no...

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Herpes in different guises: successfully treating viral stresses caused by HPV, Epstein-Barr and Varicella zoster

Irene Kolbe, Naturopath, Hanover, Germany

Welcome

First of all I would like to extend my thanks for the invitation to speak at this international congress, which has now become something of a tradition. Thank you for your trust in us as therapists. In bioresonance we have an important therapeutic tool with which to test and treat. Our patients are the real teachers here, because they continue to present us with new challenges. This is what drives me on to look into many of the more complex topic areas in order to gain a greater understanding of the underlying issues from a pathophysiological perspective. This is why my chosen theme today is viruses.

Viruses, a 'borrowed life' (they cannot synthesise their own proteins and have no enzymes for energy production).
Classification

DNA or RNA virusesIn terms of morphology, these are: - double or single-stranded DNA or RNA viruses (e.g. ssRNA)
- enveloped or naked (CWD: cell wall-eficient microorganisms)
Class...

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Salicylic add – a problem substance for allergy sufferers

Dr. med. Jurgen Hennecke, Aachen, Deutschland

Introduction
For every new allergy patient, we test the most important food additives as well as basic foods. In recent years, we have noticed that, in addition to the well-known basic stresses such as milk, wheat and Candida, more and more people are reacting to the "Salicylic acid" ampoule. Treatment using this information, possibly in combination with other substances, has substantially alleviated the symptoms experienced by many of our patients.
Substance and availability
In chemical terms, salicylic acid (2-hydroxybenzoic acid) is an aromatic compound because of its benzene ring. Salicylic acid derivatives are widely available naturally or are synthetically produced for a variety of applications. They are contained in essential oils and are present as plant hormones in the leaves, blossoms, fruit and roots of various plants. Salicylic acid or spiraeic acid was previously obtained from willow bark (sallow) or from Fili...

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Tips and tricks for successful testing

Simone Maquinay, BICOM® Therapist, Aachen, Germany

Our body is like a labyrinth. First you need to find the right point of entry and then the right path. There is only one way to find this path and to follow it: you have to communicate with the body. So, how do I learn to 'speak' to the body? There are a number of different methods used in energetic testing:

Electroacupuncture after Voll (EAV), where skin resistance is measured and interpreted by acupuncture points.
Pulse testing (RAC), where feeling the intensity and 'tension' of the pulse enables physical stresses to be diagnosed.
Tensor testing, where the direction of an oscillation gives us information about resonance and dissonance in the body and provides answers to clear psychological questions.

Kinesiology
is used to test muscle tension. The muscle is provoked by applying pressure against the natural direction of movement and testing whether it can withstand this pressure. This gives us informati...

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Significant therapy results when treating serious auto-immune conditions

Dr. med. Uta Schmieden-Lindner, GP, VohenstrauB, Germany

In medicine autoimmune disease is an umbrella term covering a range of disorders caused by an excessive reaction by the immune system to endogenous tissue. The immune system incorrectly identifies endogenous tissue as a foreign body to be eradicated. This leads to severe inflammatory reactions that can damage the affected organs.

Autoimmune disease can affect virtually all bodily organs and tissues, e.g. the skin (Lichen sclerosus, Alopecia areata), colon (Crohn's disease), small intestine (celiac disease), joints (rheumatic polyarthritis), thyroid gland (Hashimoto's thyroiditis), nervous system (multiple sclerosis), connective tissue (scleroderma), salivary glands (Sjogren's syndrome) and many others, to name but a few.
Definition
The immune system is generally responsible for identifying and defending the body against foreign substances, micro-organisms and viruses. T-cells play a vital role. These are tra...

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Therapy options for treating chronic respiratory disorders in horses

Dr. med. vet. Bianka Carstens, Veterinary Surgeon, Rotenburg, Germany

Bioresonance in my practice
Over the last two years bioresonance has become a key element in my holistic practice. Since then, within my otherwise predominantly chiropractic equine practice, many patients have been coming to me not only with restricted musculoskeletal movements, but internal problems as well. A large number of these patients are chronically sick animals that have been treated exhaustively with conventional medical methods. Bioresonance has been introduced as a key therapeutically/ economically viable option in my practice in different stages: firstly, I succeeded in personally convincing my clients of the numerous promising advantages of bioresonance (not least by emphasising how enthusiastic I was about this holistic form of treatment). Secondly, word-of-mouth recommendations have increased thanks to a great many positive and often remarkable therapeutic success stories. We now also ...

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The vegetative nervous system: New approaches in the treatment of symptoms relating to vital functions

Norbert Lindner, Naturopath, Zeuthen, Germany

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Thank you very much for your time today and for allowing me to give some insight into the 'vegetative nervous system'.

Time and again I am fascinated by the vegetative nervous system and today I would very much like to introduce you to this area of the "unknown".

When I became ill with Crohn's disease 28 years ago, it was the first time that I had come across an autoimmune disease. The greatest shock for me was that something was happening inside my body over which I had no voluntary control.

Of course as long as we are healthy we rarely give any thought to the processes taking place inside our bodies. I was convinced that every illness could be remedied, by resorting to surgery if need be.

When conventional medicine offered me no other options apart from even more surgery, I started to look into what "pulls the strings" in our bodies. Every conscious process triggers millions unconsciou...

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Complex treatment of urogenital disorders using bioresonance

Dr. Cornelia Schumacher, MD. TM Ph.D dipl. PT for Urogenital Rehabilitation, St. Moritz, Switzerland

Foreword
Ladies and gentlemen Mr and Mrs Brugemann
After 14 years of clinical work in the field of physiotherapy/physio-science, in 1988 I was confronted with a new challenge: the treatment of conditions and complaints in the fields of gynaecology, urology, proctology, and psychology. Complaints such as urinary incontinence, faecal incontinence, constipation, impotence, prostate disorders, sexual diseases and problems in pregnancy were at the time taboo and called for great sensitivity when it came to their rehabilitation. The complexity of the matter resulted in my founding the specialist field "Urogenital Rehabilitation" in Switzerland. Treatments consisted by and large of pelvic floor exercises, biofeedback, electro stimulation "TENS" (Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulation) and intravaginal and intra-anal palpation. In 2003 I learned about the biophysical treatment option...

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