Dr. med. Sabine Rauch, Specialist in General Medicine, Simlangsdalen, Sweden
The endocrine glands are increasingly coming to the attention of modern medicine. For many years, however, their significance tended to be overlooked. The pineal gland, for example, is only now being studied more closely after several decades and its function is still to a certain extent unknown. In ancient Greece, in Rome and in the ancient Indian cultures, however, the endocrine glands played a far greater role.
In ancient Indian medicine, in particular, the endocrine glands are associated with chakras and are extremely important as energy centres and regulating organs.
Therefore my lecture this time relates predominantly to the energetic connections between the individual glands and the chakras, their effect on the whole body from a physical and also emotional and mental perspective and the possible options for therapy with BICOM® bioresonance therapy.
Each of the seven chakras is linked with an endocrine g...
Sven Peters, Naturopath, Kempten, Germany
The current situation is serious, with around 21 million people in Germany suffering from acute or chronic pain. Despite considerable medical advances, the conventional treatment of back and joint pain has deteriorated rather than improved.
Pain is the number 1 reason for sickness absence.
The risk of suicide is high with between 2,000 and 3,000 chronic pain sufferers committing suicide in Germany each year.
Surgery is not the answer since symptoms recur in approximately 1/3 of cases.
These figures show that we naturopaths have to adopt a different approach from that taught in conventional medicine.
Professor Veihelmann, President of the German Association for Spinal Therapy (DGWT), made an interesting comment in this regard:
“In 90 % of cases, backache has no discernible physical cause.”
So what does this statement mean for us as therapists?
It means in effect that the “pain” trigger is not the response from the damaged tissue, rather...