There are four key types of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, primary osteoarthritis, secondary osteoarthritis and gout.  


The main culprits for this condition are wear and tear, animal-based diets, severe dehydration, chronic vitamin D deficiency and unbalanced gut flora. Animal-based diets can be to blame because of the heavy metals, toxins, hormones, fats and cholesterol that they contain. Other factors include hormone imbalance, malnutrition and a lack of iodine. Rheumatoid arthritis tends to begin after severe stress or illness. Secondary arthritis is triggered by a specific incident such as an accident or surgery. Gout is caused by the crystallisation of uric acid in the joints as a result of a diet full of high-purine foods such as meat and gravy.  


Those with this condition may suffer from stiffness, pain when moving, joint inflammation, bone spurs, deformities and loss of mobility. There is sometimes also an abnormal warm feeling in the affected joints. Those who are more seriously affected may not be able to work or carry out other everyday tasks.  

BICOM® Programs to be Used 

Arthritis  Min  N°/Seq.  Pag 
Knee joint arthrosis  5+7  821.1, 633.0  45 
Periarthritis humeroscapularis   10

PS 10120 
536.0, 821.4 
652.0, 401.3 
Coxarthrosis  11  PS 10035  26 
Rheumatism in joints 
PS 10057 

Supplements to take 

Magnesium oxide, vitamin C, vitamin D3, vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B6 

Other therapies 

Anti-inflammatory medication is often prescribed in order to ease pain and inflammation in the affected joints and slow the progression of the condition. It is important to drink plenty of water and have a balanced diet incorporating lots of vegetables and not too many rich, fatty foods. Getting a reasonable amount of sleep will encourage the body to produce more melatonin and stress management techniques can help.  

Experiences and case studies  

One male patient had arthritis in multiple joints, causing them pain and swelling. Despite Kenacort injections, the condition deteriorated to the point where the man was completely unable to work. After 9 bioresonance therapy sessions, the patient was only 50% unable to work. A total of 16 therapy sessions allowed the patient to take anti-inflammatory medication without side effects and to be entirely symptom free. Rather than having to register for disability allowance they were able to return to working full time as a joiner.