Therapy options for severe spinal disk prolapses

Sven Peters, Naturopath

In order to ensure that the treatment of herniated discs with BICOM is successful, we need to address a few structural basics. A good level of background knowledge is im­portant for the subsequent placement of applicators. In conventional medicine, pro­lapses are generally separated into 6 degrees of severity.

Degree 1: Clear pain symptomatology

Degree 2: Loss of coordination in the affected limbs (ataxia)

Degree 3: Partial paralysis of the affected limbs (paresis) with a retained ability to walk

Degree 4: Partial paralysis of the affected limbs without the ability to walk

Degree 5: Complete paralysis of the affected limbs (paralysis, plegia) with continued deep-lying pain

Degree 6: Complete paralysis of the affected limbs without deep-lying pain

Caution: The final three degrees should be operated on and subsequently further treated with bioresonance. For degrees 1-3, the application of BICOM bio­resonance is worthwhile.

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