Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen
As bioresonance therapists, we usually diagnose dysfunction in patients’ meridian systems by means of an energetic test procedure, particularly electroacupuncture but also kinesiology or tensor test technique. As part of my further training in acupuncture, I have delved deeper into traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and the five element theory. Here diagnosis is made based on the symptoms described by the patient, supplemented by tongue examination and pulse palpation.
There are five main elements to treatment under TCM:
Herbal medicine and
So it was a logical step to develop a new extended medical structure based on TCM but incorporating “western” methods, especially bioresonance therapy (BRT). Let us call this medical system simply “International Holistic Medicine (IGM)” [G comes from the German “Ganzheit”].
We can compare the features of TCM and IGM (see table).