Sissi Karz, Naturopath, GR 72100 Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece
It's not only when we look at children that we realise we are getting older or have grown old — in medicine too time never stands still and progress is being made all the time. Fortunately, we have no way of knowing at the outset to what extent many perceived advances may turn out to be backward steps years later. I say fortunately because otherwise many improvements or innovations might simply never have come about had we been deterred from carrying on with our development and research because of the frustration that inevitably occurs when things don't quite turn out as you thought they would.
Things are somewhat different, however, in the case of bioresonance therapy. Here we can talk of continuous improvement, advancement and progress. When I proudly received my first device, more than 20 years ago, I had no idea of the range of conditions I would be able to treat with it in the years to come and just ho...