Dr. Esra Kirsever, Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Istanbul, Turkey
As most of you know, I am an Obs&Gynaecology Consultant in Turkey. I have been using bioresonance for six years.
I graduated from medical school in 1990. Oncology was my first choice in speciality entry exam. I was full of enthusiasm when I started my training. But, unfortunately, soon after I started, I realized that there was not much I could offer to my patients as an oncologist. I became increasingly dissatisfied and decided to give up my oncology training six months after I started. I took the exam again and got into obstetrics and gynaecology. It was a relief. It was like a journey between birth and death. I run away from Oncology throughout my career up until my beloved mother was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in 2010. I was desperate to find a way to help my mother. In quest of knowledge, I came across with bioresonance. It has been twenty years since I left my Oncology training. Sin...
Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing
I am proud of the fact this is already the 50th Congress on bioresonance therapy even though it is still a relatively new form of medicine.
We started back in 1979 with the very first congress in Bernried, on Lake Starnberg, with some 20 people taking part and over the years this number has grown to over 500 participants from every continent. This is what makes our motto for this congress ‘Helping millions of patients around the world back to health’ so realistic.
In this congress volume you will once again find interesting papers containing a whole series of tips and experiences which may well help you in your own practice.
You may ask why 50 congresses have already been held when bioresonance therapy has only been around for 30 years. The reason is that in the first few years two congresses took place each year – one in spring and one in autumn. An abundance of research and experience has been presented during these 50 congresses.
This is a good opp...
Liliane Asbach-Gawenda, Naturopath, Köln
This year I can look back on 25 years' professional experience in my own practice, the last 20 concentrating on bioresonance therapy, both for diagnosis and therapy.
When I began working I was young and most patients who came to my practice were old. Now it is exactly the opposite. I have grown older and my patients are getting younger and younger. Around 50% are less than 40 and many are children, especially babies.
I attribute this to an increase in environmental pollution, unhealthy lifestyles, endogenous and exogenic intoxication, and also to the approach of so-called "orthodox medicine": treating (suppressing) symptoms, disregarding causes, sometimes even smiling tolerantly or dismissing them as unscientific.
TREATMENT OF INTESTINAL DISEASES
It is not only the number of patients with allergies which has increased dramatically. There has been a marked increase in intestinal diseases and they have also become more res...
Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nicolaos, Crete, Greece
Pain and limited mobility in the region of the spine is now unfortunately a common problem for our patients — as are complaints involving the lungs and bronchi. It is interesting to observe time and again that the two issues are sometimes very closely related to one another. This is also con-firmed above all by the fact that therapy chips have to be applied to a nutrient point in the anterior or posterior lung area following treatment. The zones for vitamin C or vitamin E metabolism (left or right below the clavicle) are most often needed for this — in the back this generally relates to one of the points on the inside of the shoulder blades which is linked to "gold" or "silver". There are not (yet) any therapy programs for these "nutrient points", yet chips very often have to be placed on these zones.
RELEASING BLOCKAGES IN THE AREA OF THE SPINE
The following general setting has proved effective in releasing b...
Dr Sumer Zeynep Karabey, Aydin, Turkey
Dear bioresonance therapy enthusiasts,
This year I have the honour of reporting to you on a highly unusual area of BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
I am talking about the use of bioresonance in cosmetic medicine.
At some point, when using bioresonance in my practice in Turkey, I noticed a certain general "rejuvenation" in my patients' faces. Initially those vital steps in the bioresonance therapy system - relief for the immune system and elimination of toxins and heavy metals - appeared to me to explain this phenomenon. The patients underwent a kind of purification treatment and that was reflected in a visible rejuvenation and general contentment.
Some time later I observed the following: the facial wrinkles of patients who underwent repeated meridian flushing (meridian start or end points in the face) were noticeably reduced.
I asked myself whether facial wrinkles have a deeper meaning than a ...
Dr. Esra Kirsever, Istanbul, Türkei
acceptance of our study in this year’s BICOM® congress made me very happy as physician, and practitioner of BICOM® bioresonance therapy for 2 years. I am working in my private clinic in my country as a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. I have met BICOM® bioresonance therapy (BRT) method on the occasion of my mother’s health problems. My mother was receiving immunosuppressive therapy for autoimmune hemolytic anemia for eight years because the cause of her disease and specific treatment was not known in traditional medicine. She was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in November 2011 as one of the possible consequences of immunosuppressive therapy she was receiving and her life expectancy was projected 1 year. Minimum of four cycles of chemotherapy (CT) and spine surgery were planned. Complete remission was achieved in 2 months after two cycles of chemotherapy. I administered BRT during the same period. So, she did not need sur...
Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen, Germany
Prophylaxis (prevention) is understood as the range of measures taken to prevent health deteriorating. We make a distinction between primary prophylaxis, intended to stop disease occurring in a person who is still healthy and secondary prophylaxis to avoid a recurrence of a medical condition which has been cured or has improved (relapse prophylaxis). In both cases the use of bioresonance therapy has proved effective for patients as well as for therapists and practice staff.
I. Relapse prophylaxis
You know the situation: the patient’s symptoms have disappeared or improved markedly. The patient has completed a course of treatment.
Frequent question: “What happens next?”
There are two options: “We stop the treatment now and you get back in touch if any new symptoms reappear!” or “we carry on treating you at greater intervals (e.g. every 4 – 6 weeks) to prevent a deterioration.”
We recommend the wait-and-see approach for...