Less is often more: overtreatment, treatment rhythms and therapy breaks

Dr. med. Jurgen Hennecke, Specialist in General Medicine


Medical intervention is largely results-driven, often making us impatient for success. We want to help ("helper syndrome"), but we also want to prove to the patient and to ourselves ("ego") that we are good therapists.

The tendency is to continue treating the patient for as long as it takes to see an im­provement. And if the symptoms still do not improve, the patient is simply offered a different type of therapy, a further treatment session and another form of medication.

We are sometimes so caught up in our conventional approaches to medicine (cause —effect, treatment — quick results) that we forget that the bioresonance method is a regulation therapy. As is true of other regulative alternative healing processes, such as acupuncture and homeopathy, we are providing a therapeutic stimulus. If this (oscilla­tion) information resonates with the patient this triggers a whole cascade of physical and bioc...

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