Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hanover
Dear friends of the BICOM® bioresonance method,
My paper today deals with a very serious clinical picture. Much is already known about this condition and I do not wish to give the impression that it is necessarily easy to treat MS. My experience and my successes (including some partial successes) have shown me that behind the MS are very typical types of stress which can be successfully treated.
In over 20 years of practice I have looked after numerous MS patients. I have been able to give a large number of them lasting stability and helped them to regain a good quality of life.
Stabilisation means fewer attacks at longer intervals (in terms of years) and, where an attack did occur, it would be significantly weaker than previous attacks, with fewer symptoms (either just eye symptoms or general physical weakness or mild ataxia) and often even without the need to prescribe cortisone treatment.
As I have seen over the years, these patie...
Christiane Herrmann, naturopath, Berlin, Germany
In this lecture I should like to demonstrate my methods of operating and show you how, as a therapist, you can significantly alleviate the symptoms of multiple sclerosis using bioresonance therapy.
However, beforehand I should like to point out that, as with all autoimmune disorders, an important principle should be borne in mind when treating MS patients: LESS is MORE! It is recommended to carry out no more than 3 programs per therapy session, especially at the start of the treatment series. You can also find information on this in the computer manual under the heading “Important information for users.” Therapists basically need to have a good grasp of the biophysical
test method so that priorities, as well as amplification, can be tested out.
Alongside epilepsy, multiple sclerosis is one of the commonest neurological diseases. It is regarded as incurable and is one of the inflammator...