Extended therapy programs bring even more effective treatment

Sissi Karz, Naturopath, Agios Nicolaos, Crete, Greece

New therapy programs in the extremely low frequency range
When Herr Brügemann explained to me last summer that he intended extending the frequency range of the BICOM® device downwards into the extremely low frequency range, I was immediately enthusiastic about the idea as it had become increasingly clear to me over the years that a switch must take place in the heads of all patients in order to bring about lasting therapeutic success.
I was so amazed and convinced by the results obtained from treating patients with these additional extremely low frequency impulses that, since then, I have used these extremely low frequencies on virtually all my patients. Our body’s control centre, the brain, is subject to excessive strain and demands from environmental factors and from the resulting stress provoked in the body. Help is desperately needed here to aid the healing process.
I began by first testing each patient kinesiologically to...

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New effective BICOM therapy combinations which save time – (not just) with difficult patients

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke and Simone Maquinay, BICOM® Therapist, Aachen, Germany

1. Introduction
Years ago therapists practising bioresonance therapy fell into one of two camps: one championed therapy with endogenous  requency patterns using the body’s own fluids and multiple therapy programs with the input and output on the patient. The other group advocated applying test ampoules (Combined Test Technique) with an A or Ai program to the patient seated at the output. They have now made peace and most advanced BICOM® therapists combine both methods.
In practice therapy sessions usually begin with basic and follow-up therapies incorporating endogenous oscillations. Stresses are then eliminated and finally organ and meridian ampoules applied to stabilise the patient. This made therapy sessions very long, particularly with difficult or sensitive patients, and was not always easy to organise.
We spotted a clever idea in a dental practice: the patient is connected to two BICOM® devices ...

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Simple ideas for treating common acute and chronic syndromes, e.g. otitis, bronchitis, sinusitis

Angelika Prigge-Jugsch, Naturopath, Sandstedt, Germany
Welcome ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues
I am delighted that today I am here once again in Fulda to give a presentation.
Some of you already know me and the rest of you will soon get to know me. I would like to explain to you how I have acquired
a very successful practice thanks to bioresonance therapy.
I come from Sandstedt, a small village with
600 residents. Before I began using bioresonance therapy I was very sceptical, but after reading specialist literature, speaking to colleagues, making repeated calls to the Institute and attending some very good seminars I thought I’d give it a try. First of all, I gave a presentation on bioresonance therapy in front of 20 patients in my practice. Since I still didn’t have any experience I kept very closely to the relevant therapy books and reported on what could successfully be achieved. At this point I had a few neurodermatitis patients. Straight after this presentation 19 pat...

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BICOM – the efficient addition to dental practice

Dr. med. dent. Ernst Beereuther, dentist, Zurich, Switzerland
Ladies and gentlemen,
I should like to welcome you to this lecture and thank the Regumed Institute for inviting me.
Over the next half hour I will give you an insight into how I integrate BRT into my work as a dentist practising conventional medical methods and how a dentist and a bioresonance therapist can work together.
First, however, I should like briefly to introduce myself. I have been practising dentistry in Zurich, in Switzerland for 20 years. For 10 years my wife has been working as a bioresonance therapist in the rooms adjoining my practice.
We have entered into a mutually beneficial partnership bringing together our work in dentistry and BRT.
We each have our own premises and yet we work together.
I should like to give you an overview of the areas where I find BRT and the BICOM device particularly helpful:
• material testing
• amalgam cleanup
• periodontal treatment
• treatment of the temporomandibular ...

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A very successful treatment for chronic udder inflammation in cows

Mag. Anton Glantschnig, Obervellach, Austria

Acute inflammation:
Antibiotics high rate of success in healing
But: long waiting period!
Chronic inflammation:
According to antibiogram
Very little resistance
But: Practice shows otherwise!
— long waiting periods
— low rate of success in healing
— milk cannot be used because of high cell count

— Poor cowshed hygiene
— No, or poor, udder hygiene programme
— Wrong milking technique
— Milking machines set up incorrectly
— Teat injuries
— Metabolic problems
Amount of milk
— Cell count 71
— Financial problems
Acute and chronic inflammations can be treated successfully!
Large flexible applicators
Magnetic belt
1 Plate applicator
Input cup
Output cup
2 red cables, 2 black cables (5 m long)
5 element test set, „Veterinary II" test set
Long rubber bands

Therapy using e...

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Individual pain therapy using the body’s own information

Simone Maquinay, Aachen
Pain therapy using the BICOM device is one of the most rewarding forms of treatment, if successful. The patient comes to the practice in pain and within a short period of time (hours, days or weeks) the pain has been alleviated and in many cases has disappeared altogether!
The general therapy recommendation is:
I: Location of pain
O: Modulation mat on back Programs (following test): 911, 918, 133, 425/426 alternately This method often helps, but not always … Each patient has their own, individual pain and it is important to look more closely at this pain and talk to the patient about it.
• When did the pain first start?
• In what physical or emotional state is/was the patient?
• Is the pain the result of an accident, fall, stress, cramp or poor posture?
There can be a number of different causes of pain and these can be important in terms of the treatment administered.
A functional interference or organ-related disorder may radiate a pai...

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The fascinating development of bioresonance therapy: Discoveries, research, ideas and hard work

Hans Brugemann, Grafelfing
We are often asked how bioresonance therapy actually came about. Was it through laboratory testing, scientific studies, ideas from quantum physics? None of the above, in fact. Bioresonance therapy developed from observations and experi-ences of both people and patients. Bioresonance therapy therefore comes under to the area of em-pirical healing.
At the beginning there were a number of mis-understandings which were almost impossible to overcome. The same questions were asked time and again: "So, it's like ...", NO! "Then, it must be like ..." NO! Since it was something completely new, there was no question of it being "LIKE" anything else. In order to remedy this and to give this new form of therapy its "own space", in 1979 we came up with the formulation "therapeutic procedure in the field of ultrafine bioenergy".

Which were the areas of knowledge gained from experience and observation that allowed bioreso-nance therapy to emerge? Initia...

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