Dr. med. vet. Astrid Harte, Westerkappeln, Germany
My name is Dr. Astrid Harte. I live and work in a small village in central Westphalia. I completed my veterinary studies at the Tierärztliche Hochschule [School of Veterinary Medicine] in Hannover, in 1992. I then worked in various practices for several years before setting up my own practice in 2000.
I first became aware of bioresonance therapy through my daughter’s neurodermatitis. This was to be a totally new experience for a practising vet drilled in orthodox medicine!
I personally started working with bioresonance therapy in 2003. I didn’t realise at that point just how effective this form of therapy could be.
Since bioresonance was given the seal of approval by animal owners, I completed a naturopathy course and have also worked in this field with two-legged patients since 2006!
In the meantime, bioresonance accounts for approximately 80% of my workload and my clientele are an extremely mixed bunch, to say the least! My huma...
Heike Angene, Naturopath, Eibelstadt
My lecture today is primarily directed towards those BICOM users who, like me, do not yet consider themselves “old hands” and who are striving for greater effectiveness in treating two seemingly difficult clinical pictures, neurodermatitis and psoriasis.
Since my early days with bioresonance I have repeatedly been able to identify similarities in case histories, above all with neurodermatitis. I shall devote the first part of my lecture to this.
Then, using case studies, I should like to discuss the most important therapy blocks and how to remove them.
Disturbed intestinal bacterial flora
A large number of children who develop minimal forms of neurodermatitis in the newborn stage were delivered by caesarian section. In other cases, the mother or the child itself was treated with antibiotics before or after the birth. Unfortunately we also find a large number of babies were not breastfed or ...