When hormones get out of control: restoring hormonal balance

Brigitte Jocher, Naturopath, Osten, Germany
Aim of the presentation
Introducing a combination of bioresonance and hormone therapy which has proved highly effective in the management of socalled “bioresonance treatment failures”.
In cases where patients present with general symptoms such as exhaustion, joint and muscle pain, sleeping problems, depression and similar conditions, but no improvement is seen after several sessions of bioresonance therapy, we have found that hormone analysis and bioidentical hormone therapy based on these analytical findings will prove beneficial. Following successful hormone regulation, bioresonance can take full effect and trigger the improvements you would fully expect to see in “normal” patients.
This suggests the following hypothesis:
BICOM® therapy requires the presence of hormones in order to function effectively.
1st session

Complete the questionnaire / medical history (possibly submit before attending the appointment in the practice)
Bioenergetic t...

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Psoas muscle as a key to physical and emotional wellbeing

Wilma Meuwissen, BICOM® Therapist, EchtPey, Netherlands
Thank you!
I am very grateful to have the opportunity of speaking here at this Congress.Bioresonance therapy has completely changed my life and that of my family.
Since I first came to the Congress in Fulda I have become even more interested in all the options bioresonance therapy offers.A big thank you to all our colleagues from all over the world for their amazing know how.
Since 2000 I have been working as a health practitioner using natural therapies:Dermasegmental reflexology and Podosegmental reflexology, applied kinesiology, Bach flowers according to Dietmar Krämer, Dr Schüssler salts and PHYLAK Spagyric essences and many more.
Time and again frequency therapies came into my life.
In 2004 I was having a discussion about spagyric medicine and the Egyptians with Aaltje Steunebrink from Assen in the Netherlands. And that was the first time I saw the BICOM 2000. An impressive machine, but I was absolutely certain that I d...

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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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Is there a more easily understood and accepted term to explain how bioresonance therapy works?

Hans Brügemann, Alling, Germany
Dear Congress participants,
Why have I asked this question?
As you know, it is not always easy explaining how bioresonance works, especially to those who may be sceptical. Understandably, many find it difficult to interpret the explanation that it is all to do with “electromagnetic oscillations” in terms of human and animal biological systems.
It is not a case of whether the term “electromagnetic” is factually accurate but how it is understood with regard to bioresonance. Here is how the German Duden dictionary defines electromagnetic:
“all phenomena in which electrical currents and magnetic fields are inextricably linked”
This definition shows that the term clearly belongs to the field of classical physics and it is assumed as a consequence that such phenomena can be detected.
If we speak in terms of “electromagnetic oscillations” as the principle of action underlying bioresonance, it is reasonable to expect that technicians, physicists or electr...

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Neurological illnesses, causes and treatment methods using bioresonance therapy

Dr Christa Lund, medical practitioner, Bad Schwartau

Disturbances of the peripheral nervous system are reported on, e. g. neuralgia, impaired sensation, paralysis, „multiple sclerosis", and illnesses of the central nervous system — of the cerebrum, cerebellum, medulla oblongata and the cerebral nerves.

Case studies of patients suffering from the following illnesses are discussed in detail:

muscle fibrillation
restless legs
multiple sclerosis
trigeminus neuralgia
cerebro organic seizures
sight impairment up to blindness
bulbar paralysis
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
syndromes of the cerebellum
retro orbital pain

impaired motor coordination ON THE CAUSES OF THE ILLNESSES
In principle, viral and toxic contaminations, including metabolic and break down products of micro organisms (bacteria), should be searched for.
Neurotoxic effects also appear...

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Bioresonance therapy as an invaluable tool in a successful practice

Dr med Gisela von Braunschweig, medical practitioner, Gelnhausen/Haitz

Whatever kind of practice one has, it remains a problem that all medication which was used with success in the past suddenly no longer works. The mesenchyme of patients is increasingly blocked. In the past ten years, the frequency and intensity of blockages has increased greatly. During the first twenty years of my practice I saw about 6 patients in total whose regulatory systems were all totally blocked. Today this happens to almost every patient. The brain seems to be the most protected organ, and the brain barrier seems to be able to hold off environmental toxins for a long time. One the other hand I have seen children who seem to be born with mercury poisoning. In these children amalgam could be measured even in early childhood in the central nervous system vessel. A homeopathic remedy, and I believe even traditional medicine, can have no eff...

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Foreword to RTI Volume 2010 

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...

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Extended bioresonance therapy incorporating the principles of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) – energetic basis for allergic diathesis –

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen

As bioresonance therapists, we usually diagnose dysfunction in patients’ meridian systems by means of an energetic test procedure, particularly electroacupuncture but also kinesiology or tensor test technique. As part of my further training in acupuncture, I have delved deeper into traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and the five element theory. Here diagnosis is made based on the symptoms described by the patient, supplemented by tongue examination and pulse palpation.
There are five main elements to treatment under TCM:

Nutrition theory
Herbal medicine and

So it was a logical step to develop a new extended medical structure based on TCM but incorporating “western” methods, especially bioresonance therapy (BRT). Let us call this medical system simply “International Holistic Medicine (IGM)” [G comes from the German “Ganzheit”].
We can compare the features of TCM and IGM (see table).

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Your back, your fate?

Werner M. Wehnemann, non-medical practitioner, Bremen

During the past years several papers were delivered on the subject of the spinal column.
Today I speak to you as a chiropractor with 15 years of experience (as well as a BRT therapist), because it is important to me to tell you that skeletal shifts cause blockages with a static as well as a reflexive component. The therapist should not only rely on his chiropractic ability, but do each individual case justice.
This means that he should also apply other, additive treatment methods in combination with chiropractic. I speak of the possibilities of acupuncture and bioresonance therapy, two methods which proved very effective and complementary to chiropractic in my practice.

Your back, your fate? — This sounds threatening, but is not, since the question mark at the end of the statement points to the possibility of successful therapy.
Our bone structure used to be equipped for a life span of about 45 year...

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Opening up new dimensions for Bicom bioresonance therapy — spin tester —

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich

Ladies and gentlemen,
I particularly like giving this lecture as studying the direction of spin of pathological information has become a kind of fad of mine over the past two years. Bear in mind that we have already been able to notch up some impressive successes with BICOM® technology by inverting oscillations. When I hit upon the idea, not only of using the reflection of oscillations for diagnostic purposes, but also of applying them with the spin tester as a therapeutic tool, I was pleasantly surprised by the results. Now that we can not only invert oscillation patterns but also reflect them, we are literally entering a new dimension of therapy and we should be eager to know the effect. I hope I have aroused your interest. I should like to tell you how I came to use the spin tester in therapy and the results I have achieved so far.
In my efforts to understand and treat more successfully all the stresses which test with cancer...

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