Integrating bioresonance therapy in an existing allopathic treatment

Marcel Riffel, Naturopath, Ostfildern, Germany
Ladies and gentlemen,
dear bioresonance therapy colleagues,
Today I would like to tell you about an option for integrating BICOM® bioresonance therapy (BRT) in an existing allopathic treatment. For this I’ll use a case study of one of my female patients.

Case Study
The patient C.G., who is now 50 years old, first presented in my practice in May 2013. Ms G is approx. 165 cm tall and weighs 55 kg.
Medical history
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 17 (affecting the hand, hip, knee and ankle joints)
Has had MS since first being diagnosed in 2005; the first episode started with optic neuritis (neuritis of the optic nerve), the diagnosis was confirmed by a lumbar puncture, neuroborreliosis was ruled out, treatment took the form of Copaxone (immunomodulator). During this time there were recurring small relapses, causing her doctors to question the effectiveness of the medication. In 2010 a severe episode (spinal MS affecting t...

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