Difficult case studies: Allergological and toxicological detective work

Dr. Jurgen Hennecke, Simone Maquinay
Experience gained from working with bioresonance for over twenty years has shown that most cases of chronic disease are attributable to a combination of basic food allergies, intestinal flora imbalance and chronic stress from germs or toxins.
Treating these with energetic therapy using appropriate oscillation patterns generally brings about a marked improvement in the patient's medical condition.
And then suddenly they encounter a difficult case! Why, when proven tests and therapies are used,Over the course of time all experienced therapists develop their own strategy and system which they follow and which generally brings them success. doesn't the patient's condition improve over the long term? Have I overlooked something? Is something else causing the problem? Where else should I look?
And suddenly the BICOM therapist becomes a detective searching for energetic clues. Another detailed patient history, a meticulous diagnostic rea...

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Pre- and post-operative treatment

Dr. med. dent. Rudolf Bracher
Dear Congress delegates,
I am very pleased to be able to address you today.
My name is Dr. Rudolf Bracher, I am 66 years old and I live in Meschede, where I have run my own dental practice since 1980. I have been working as a BICOM therapist for 15 years now.
One of the aims of our practice is to offer a holistic approach to our patients, for we take the view that alternative therapies like bioresonance therapy and homeopathy can often play a very valuable role in complementing mainstream medicine.
My paper today looks at pre- and postoperative care of patients in my dental practice, using the BICOM Optima device 4 Channel 2.
I have used bioresonance therapy to provide therapeutic care for a great many patients who have undergone surgery or who have been awaiting surgery for, for example, complicated tooth extractions, implants etc., and I have been able to help them by supporting and promoting the wound-healing process.
I would now like to list ste...

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The Temporomandibular Joint – New Treatment Options

Sven Peters
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) merits special consideration in pain therapy. Jaw malposition and dysfunction are often attributed to one or more causes. In addition to psychological stress, malposition in the pelvis, joints and cervical, thoracic and lumbar spines coupled with hardening of the muscles can trigger craniomandibular dysfunction (CMD). Therefore, it is very important from a therapeutic perspective to treat patients quickly and successfully. A holistic examination is crucial. Please forgive me for not discussing other trigger factors in greater detail, but this would go beyond the scope of this presentation. I would like to present an extended treatment option with BICOM® to you so that you can nevertheless treat patients effectively and successfully. This option is quick and easy to implement. Before I refer to the additional five steps, let's look at familiar steps in temporomandibular joint treatment. You will certainly have learned about practical implem...

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Treatment of endocrine disorders in dogs and horses using the Regumed Bicom optima device

Dr. Christina Eul-Matern
My name is Christina Eul-Matern. I am a veterinary surgeon and run a naturopathy practice with three key areas of treatment - acupuncture, osteopathy and bioresonance therapy. Since these areas work well together and complement each other, we tend to use conventional medical procedures infrequently.
Today, I would like to present details of the approach we took to integrating bioresonance successfully in an existing practice and show you how we use this approach to manage particularly complex cases.

When patients attend our practice for the first time, their initial point of contact is a veterinary surgeon trained in Chinese medicine, osteopathy and bioresonance.
Through conversation with owners and case observations, we get an accurate history of the origin, socialisation, lifestyle, diet, work, interests, activity and resting habits of our patients as well as their vaccination and worming records. We then enquire about previous diseases, sensit...

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Infectious diseases and the BICOM method

Rudolf Haußmann, Naturopath, Weil am Rhein, Germany

We come across a great many infectious diseases in our practices. Particularly so because many so-called “banal” infections are often not properly treated in GP surgeries because the costs are no longer fully reimbursed by the health insurance companies.
Rhinitis often has to be diagnosed as sinusitis, bronchitis or a similar condition just to qualify for insurance funding.
The consequence of this – and this not only applies in my practice – is that an increasing number of these patients, who in some cases have been coming to us for several years with other conditions, are now
coming to naturopathic practices for suitable treatment. This often occurs in the knowledge that serious complications may develop from “banal” infections if left untreated or not treated properly.
The idea of “containing costs” doesn’t apply here, since treating these complications is generally more expensive than the original infection, wh...

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Treating chronic inflammatory bowel diseases with BICOM® and BICOMmultisoft® Pilot software

Norbert Lindner, Naturopath, Berlin / Zeuthen, Germany
To begin with I would like to give you a brief overview of chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, IBD for short and even more so to give you a demonstration of a simple combined treatment using Multisoft software.
What are chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, the IBDs? Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
The first symptoms of inflammation of the bowel could be:
• Flatulence • Bloody stools with diarrhoea • Feeling of exhaustion • Stomach pains
Other symptoms include:
• Constipation • Anaemia • Weight loss • Skin rashes • Nausea
Many patients in your practice will certainly come to mind when you read these symptoms. This does not always mean we are dealing with IBD. However today we are working on the basis of more than 300,000 sufferers. Particular attention should be given if the first symptoms come as sudden attacks. This suggests a diagnosis of chronic inflammatory bowel disease.
Clinical pictures
Crohn’s ...

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The fidgety child – bane of both parents and teachers but an opportunity for your BRT practice

Dr. med. Karl Hermes, Duisburg

They were different times. It was shortly before Christmas 1844 when Dr Heinrich Hoffmann wrote and illustrated the story of Struwwelpeter (shock-headed/slovenly Peter) because he could not find a suitable picture book for his 3 year old son Karl.
They were different times yet, even in 1844, he still existed: Zappelphilipp, the fidgety child. And the man knew what he was writing about: he was a psychiatrist in Frankfurt. There was something else as well in 1844: helplessness to treat the condition. The lines of the verse tell it all: "... And the mother looked very grave / To see Philip so misbehave." But the father does not achieve much either with his words which attempt to heal the situation: "Let me see if Peter can / Be a little gentleman. / Let me see if he is able / To sit still for once at table. / Thus spoke, in earnest tone, / The father to his son." [Translator’s note: reference to Die Geschichte von Zappelphilipp The Story of...

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BICOM Babies

Michaela Garbotz, Naturopath, Leipzig
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The company REGUMED often calls upon us to report on the most special part of our practice – our babies. As the final speaker I now have the pleasure of introducing four of these children to you. However, I don’t want to give a medical lecture on infertility and sterility. We live from our practice and the processes cannot be viewed statistically.

I always ask any parents planning to have a child to come in and see me. When do patients start thinking about having a child? What underlies the desire to have a child? The four cases presented highlight different reasons for wanting children.
First Case
“We would like to have a baby and have tried everything medically possible but nothing has helped. We even tried IVF treatment once.”
In terms of energy, the husband in question is very intense and the wife so unassuming that I had to move them apart because I found myself looking at him the whole time.

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Effective possibilities of a point therapy

SIssi Karz, Naturopath, Ag. Nikolaos, Greece
Dear Colleagues,
A year ago we were introduced to the new point-based adhesive applicators. Since then I have used these time and again with great
success and have achieved some spectacular results in the process.
Today I would like to introduce and warmly recommend to you the most valuable methods for making treatment of patients east er.
The first major alleviation for the therapist is brought by the
use of adhesi ve applicators for correcting the hyoid and temporomandibular joint
Whilst to date we have always worked at the input with the roller applicator with the patient standing so that the therapist does not get backache,now the same results can be achieved with adhesive applicators:
- to control obliquity of the jaw
- and at the same time also clearly remedy hip joint obliquity or at least clearly improve it
- and also remove laterality problems
The procedure could not be simpler:
In order to find out which side should be ...

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Fidgety Philip and little dreamer: treatment of ADHS with the BICOM

Jessica Rüther, Naturopath, Kempen-Tönigsberg, Germany 
Dear colleagues,
I am delighted to be able to speak to you on the occasion of the 47th International Congress 2007 in Fulda about some of the experiences I have taken from my practice. My paper deals with the manifestation of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) with and without hyperactivity.
Disturbed or normal? In need of therapy or just going through a difficult phase? Ill or just spirited? Thousands of parents of nervous, unfocused and fidgety children are asking these very questions.
People are quick to assume or diagnose Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD(H)D for short). The children suffer from a lack of self-control and are unable to properly control their impulses. There are a whole range of symptoms associated with AD(H)D: excessive restlessness, learning difficulties, problems with concentration, lack of coordination, low self-esteem, a tendency to get frustrated and aggressive behaviour. AD(H)D children can ...

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