Diagnosis and BICOM therapy of rheumatic disorders – case histories, dealing with initial exacerbation

Dr. med. Christa Lund, Bad Schwartau

Diagnosing rheumatic disorders

1. Clinical: symptoms, location, time
2. Multi-factorial causes
3. Resonance diagnosis

Toxins: Aflatoxin, Bacterial fragment, Botulinum, Parasitic toxins (trichinosis nosodes!) Other fungal toxins

Bacteria: Clostridium, Staphylococci, Yersinia, Borrelia

fields: Dental - maxillomandibular area (also malocclusion), Tonsils (scar interference field), Intestine
Focal stress!
Acid-base balance!

Treating rheumatic disorders

A) Non-specific:
1. Nutrition
2. Balancing the energetic state (vegetative reactivity)
3. Detoxifying measures
4. Treating acidaemia
5. Enzyme therapy
6. Homeopathic treatment
7. Phytotherapy
8. Isopathy
9. Symbiosis control
10. Interference field and focal therapy
11. Orthomolecular
12. Autologous blood

B) Treatment in the light of regulation blocks:
1. Toxin elimination
2. Parasites
3. Interference fields
4. Nosodes (bacteria, chlamydia)

C) Follow-up treatment:

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