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Bee sting – dog saved in the nick of time!

alive beagle dog in park thanks to bicom

Client Name: Dr. med. vet. Gregor Tilch

Bioresonance in rural medical practice:

It was a Sunday evening and I was on emergency duty when I received a call from a totally distraught couple. Their dog had been stung in the mouth by a bee two hours earlier and they had been unable to find any other vet. The dog was getting worse by the minute.

When they arrived in my practice shortly afterward, the dog – a beagle – was in a very worrying state. He could no longer walk by himself, was listless and unresponsive. He had a temperature of 41 degrees and his circulation was already centralised so that his legs and ears were ice cold, despite his temperature. When I told the owners briefly that I would treat the dog with bioresonance, they said: “Go ahead, we trust you!“ They were both so desperate that they would have agreed to anything.

I placed the dog on the table, positioned the electrodes, selected the appropriate therapy programs in the Bicom and began the treatment. Then we sat in front of the dog and observed him. After 10 minutes – the first program was over – we noticed that his gaze was slightly more alert. And after a further fifteen minutes, the dog stood up by himself, went to the water bowl and drank!

The wife cried with happiness and her husband struggled to conceal how emotional he was. The next day the overjoyed owner called me to say: “Our dog is his old self again!”

Dramatic cases such as this do not happen every day obviously. However, thanks to Bicom bioresonance, I have such a good success rate that I get almost all my patients through word of mouth recommendation I have been working with this therapy method since 2004, mainly using it with allergies and food intolerance.

Treating farm animals

Since my patients do not just consist of small animals but also farm animals, I often find I have to treat cows with inflamed udders.

Here too Bicom is very beneficial; the inflammation soon subsides. And without the need for drugs either, which is particularly advantageous with farm animals.

The Bicom device is especially effective on animals with food intolerance or allergies or with animals who have often suffered for years from vague symptoms and have already been treated using conventional medical methods, to little or no effect. I can use it to test the patient and identify the causes of the disorder relatively easily and treat them in a targeted manner.

At 90 to 95%, the success rate with bioresonance is really high. So work is great fun.