“Foot eczema” in horses?

Dr. med. vet. Georg Müller, veterinarian, Salenstein, Switzerland

Introduction
For 22 years I have worked as a freelance veterinary surgeon in a referral practice for large and small animals in Salenstein am Untersee. It was one of my assistants who made me aware of BICOM® bioresonance and since then, for over 15 years, I have used BICOM® bioresonance methods in my daily work. This technique has expanded my horizons and boosted my professional motivation. I have already enjoyed numerous successes with these biophysical methods in a variety of continuous training seminars, and, last but not least, I have adopted a different approach when looking at health-related matters.
The aim of today’s presentation is to draw a comparison between two common skin conditions in dogs and horses. In logical medical terms, “toe eczema in horses” seems ridiculous but, from the complementary medicine perspective, and BICOM® bioresonance methods in particular, this comparison is extremely useful. From...

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