Structured approach to therapy using BICOM 2000, including patients presenting difficult clinical pictures

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hannover

1 INTRODUCTION
Dear colleagues of BICOM bioresonance therapy,
My paper this year should serve as an introduction to a therapy plan for particularly chronic clinical pictures. This is the result of experience gained by BICOM users over a number of years and should provide support in combating disorders in a swift and structured manner.
For many years the number of chronically acute clinical pictures has been increasing at a considerable rate. At the same time, life expectancy has also been increasing, resulting in the need for an increasing level of financial investment in our health system but without recording any notable successes in relation to chronic disorders in older people.
At the same time, the number of chronic clinical pictures is continually rising in younger people and even in children.
For a number of reasons the self healing powers of our patients’ bodies have been continually overstretched. The objective of a multicausal diagnosis s...

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