Dr. med. Matthias Kaul, Usingen
Dear Mr. Briigemann,
Dear ladies and gentlemen!
What has bioresonance therapy got to do with physical and rehabilitative medicine?
Since 1996, I have been a specialist in physical and rehabilitative medicine, at that time the first and only one in Hessen, in my own practice. Previously I was in general practice and used bioresonance therapy, by means of BICOM®, mainly for allergy treatment.
Since becoming a specialist, however, I have used bioresonance therapy for my patients who are waiting for rehabilitation and who also receive other types of therapy included under physical therapy.
I imagine that at the moment not too many doctors in my field regularly make use of bioresonance therapy. I would like to report here on my observations.
First, however, I must say something about the expression „physical and rehabilitative medicine".
WHAT DOES PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE MEAN?
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