Relationship of certain viruses, bacteria and fungi to certain chronic diseases and the effect on therapy

Liliane Asbach-Gawenda, Naturopath, Cologne

INTRODUCTION

Dear colleagues,
It gives me great pleasure to present a paper once again on my many years of experience with BICOM® resonance therapy.
This time I am going to report on a new technique but one which fits in very well with our bioresonance therapy and can be included in our considerations. I have now incorporated this new discovery fully into my BicOm therapy and a number of patients' reports bear witness to its success.This time I am going to report on a new technique but one which fits in very well with our bio-resonance therapy and can be included in our considerations. I have now incorporated this new discovery fully into my BicOm therapy and a number of patients' reports bear witness to its success.

APPLICATION OF MAGNETIC FIELDS TO DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY

In spring 2002 I met the Mexican doctor Dr. Goiz in Bad Ems and attended one of his intensive seminars. I first became aware of him on learning that he had bee...

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Male menopause: fate or opportunity?

Norbert Lindner, Naturopath, Zeuthen, Germany
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am especially pleased to be able to talk to you today about a subject that has interested me personally for some time. We should perhaps think about whether only the men should be allowed to listen from this point, for the male menopause has been something of a closely guarded secret in the past.
But be prepared for your wife giving you a gentle nudge and saying she’s known about this all along!
The male menopause presents us with some difficulties, which we will examine in more detail over the next 30 minutes.
The male menopause (andropause) is the term used to describe a progressive, relatively slow and only partial decline in androgen secretion and concentration levels in men. This involves the sex hormones pregnenolone, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), androstenedione and, in particular, testosterone, 95 % of which is formed in the testicles and 5 % in the adrenal glands.
The andropause is also referred to as...

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Modern Chakra therapy – new aspects of therapy for chronically ill patients. In cases of lack of energy, lowered resistance and hormonal imbalance

Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Specialist in General Medicine, and Simone MaquinayHennecke, BICOM® Therapist, Aachen, Germany
Introduction
Does this sound familiar? You have been treating a chronically sick patient for months. You have been able to rid him of all his ailments and his symptoms have improved. But now you cannot seem to make any progress. He no longer has any energy, is unable to fight off infections, his hormone system has gone mad and he seems to have lost all interest in life ... High time to retrieve chakra therapy from its esoteric niche and include it, in contemporary form, in your routine therapy.
Meridians and nadi
Ideas from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have been successfully integrated into bioresonance therapy for years. We work with energy pathways, the acupuncture meridians, according to the principles of 5 element theory and/or the results of energetic testing to activate and harmonise our patients’ energy flow. These energy pathways are also described ...

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Structured approach to therapy using BICOM 2000, including patients presenting difficult clinical pictures

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hannover

1 INTRODUCTION
Dear colleagues of BICOM bioresonance therapy,
My paper this year should serve as an introduction to a therapy plan for particularly chronic clinical pictures. This is the result of experience gained by BICOM users over a number of years and should provide support in combating disorders in a swift and structured manner.
For many years the number of chronically acute clinical pictures has been increasing at a considerable rate. At the same time, life expectancy has also been increasing, resulting in the need for an increasing level of financial investment in our health system but without recording any notable successes in relation to chronic disorders in older people.
At the same time, the number of chronic clinical pictures is continually rising in younger people and even in children.
For a number of reasons the self healing powers of our patients’ bodies have been continually overstretched. The objective of a multicausal diag...

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Borrelia infection – the latest widespread disease?

Dr. med. Hermann Wagner, Böbrach, Germany
Laboratory diagnostics – sense and nonsense
• Antibodies are measured for borrelia, not the pathogen itself.
• That is to say the reaction of the body to the pathogen is quantified.
• An increase in antibody titre is interpreted as a deterioration.
• In the case of immunisations, an increase in titre is considered a success.
• Even the interpretation of the result is in itself contradictory.
• Successful therapy can definitely lead to an increase in antibodies. The titre is not suitable as a means of measurement when it comes to treatment.
• With diagnostics a positive titre only tells us that contact has taken place, but not whether the immune system has won the ‘battle’.
• Laboratory diagnostics are expensive but contradictory and ultimately unusable.

Conventional medical treatment
• Oral or i.v. antibiotics
• Can to a great extent help kill borrelia populations temporarily, therefore following treatment with ...

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Tumours: holistic diagnosis and therapy

Christiane Herrmann, Naturopath, Berlin, Germany

The origins of a tumour
If cell division in certain tissues of our body gets out of control, then cells multiply extraordinarily quickly, which can then lead to the development of a tumour. This may be malignant or benign. Only a malignant tumour is called cancer. Cancer can be the consequence of a genetic predisposition, external factors such as exposure to radiation or contact with chemical substances or viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites.
Tumours upset the equilibrium of a healthy organism causing damage to organs. In modern industrial nations cancer is one of the most common causes of death.
If people are diagnosed with a tumour this triggers feelings of shock and helplessness. We look for options to help these people deal with their illness in the best possible way.
Patients are faced with questions such as:
Why me?
How can I get well again as quickly as possible?
Where can I get advice, help and the right treatment?
W...

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Therapy options for treating chronic respiratory disorders in horses

Dr. med. vet. Bianka Carstens, Veterinary Surgeon, Rotenburg, Germany

Bioresonance in my practice
Over the last two years bioresonance has become a key element in my holistic practice. Since then, within my otherwise predominantly chiropractic equine practice, many patients have been coming to me not only with restricted musculoskeletal movements, but internal problems as well. A large number of these patients are chronically sick animals that have been treated exhaustively with conventional medical methods. Bioresonance has been introduced as a key therapeutically/ economically viable option in my practice in different stages: firstly, I succeeded in personally convincing my clients of the numerous promising advantages of bioresonance (not least by emphasising how enthusiastic I was about this holistic form of treatment). Secondly, word-of-mouth recommendations have increased thanks to a great many positive and often remarkable therapeutic success stories. We now also ...

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Amalgam clean up – beneficial therapy for multiple sclerosis patients

Dr. med. dent. Vera Maubach-Chandra, Monchengladbach, Germany
Dear Congress delegates,
You know me as a BICOM® therapist with many years' experience. I've worked in this field since 1990. The way I practice dentistry has changed considerably through the knowledge I have acquired from the numerous excellent training courses run by the Institute for Regulative Medicine. At the time I still had fillings myself and obviously continued to use amalgam with my patients. But this soon changed.
To begin with, I only removed amalgam when requested to do so by my patients. Back then I still had my doubts as to whether amalgam really was dangerous. The turning point came when I encountered a female patient about 38 years of age, who looked like a plucked chicken. She had only a few thin strands of hair on her head. Over a period of nine months she had been examined by conventional medical practitioners and was finally discharged as "healthy". She came to me with one desire
-to have her amalgam...

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Practical application of the 5 element theory using concrete examples

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hannover
Five element theory portrays the connections, interactions and dependencies existing between the meridians. As a result, it contains all the information on the body's regulator y mechanisms and provides the basis for a holistic diagnosis and therapy system.
The term "5 element theory" comes from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). The five elements (fire, earth, metal, water and wood) char - acterise five "energy cycles", each element having four meridians assigned to it.
Alongside the classic meridian partners, classified as either Yin or Yang, Dr. Voll added in his electroacupuncter further meridians that he called vessels.
The meridians in an element are, from an energy viewpoint, linked together inseparably in twos and share an energy exchange. We call these meridian partners and consequently, in each element, we find four meridians, linked together in pairs (Fig. 1).
A meridian is itself a "feedback circuit" of an internal organ.
When a m...

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Hashimoto’s thyroiditis: New aspects in diagnosis and therapy

Dr. med. Sabine Rauch, Specialist in General Medicine, Simlangsdalen, Sweden
1. General and Definition
Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the thyroid gland. The disease was named after the Japanese doctor Hakaru Hashimoto (1881-1934), who first described the condition in 1912.

There are two different known types, the atrophic and hypertrophic forms, with the atrophic version being by far the most common. Both types today are generally summarised under the term 'Hashimoto's thyroiditis'. Both types eventually cause an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism).

Thyroid gland tissue is destroyed by T lymphocytes as a result of a malfunction in the immune process, this resulting in turn in chronic inflammation of the thyroid gland. Due to the increasing loss of healthy and active thyroid tissue, the thyroid gland is no longer able to form a sufficient number of hormones or deliver them to the body. At the start of the disease however there ar...

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