Dr. med. Jürgen Hennecke, Aachen, Germany
Prophylaxis (prevention) is understood as the range of measures taken to prevent health deteriorating. We make a distinction between primary prophylaxis, intended to stop disease occurring in a person who is still healthy and secondary prophylaxis to avoid a recurrence of a medical condition which has been cured or has improved (relapse prophylaxis). In both cases the use of bioresonance therapy has proved effective for patients as well as for therapists and practice staff.
I. Relapse prophylaxis
You know the situation: the patient’s symptoms have disappeared or improved markedly. The patient has completed a course of treatment.
Frequent question: “What happens next?”
There are two options: “We stop the treatment now and you get back in touch if any new symptoms reappear!” or “we carry on treating you at greater intervals (e.g. every 4 – 6 weeks) to prevent a deterioration.”
We recommend the wait-and-see approach for...