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 antibiotics there is frequently a transient improvement.
• Rarely is there a real eradication (the intracellular borrelia is not detected).
• Many “treatment-resistant“ cases following treatment with antibiotics.
• Impairment of the whole system (intestinal flora, GALT, immune system)
Basic ideas from personal experience
• 8/2005 ECM, followed by 20 days Doxycycline.
• 2/2006 severe arthritis flares in the right ankle joint.
• Initially (after antibiotic treatment) treated with antiphlogistics – borreliosis not suspected.
• Using BICOM®, borreliosis checked out and treated five times in total over a ten– day period.
• No further flares and in the long run free of symptoms.
Where can I obtain infected ticks?
I test all the ticks I remove for borrelia out of interest.
To do this I place the tick in a glass tube, which I place opposite an output plate electrode (red). The IC contains the borrelia ampoule, program 170. I hold the tensor between the tube and the plate. If resonance occurs the tick is infected and can be used for therapy. Where we are in the Bayerischer Wald region, 1 in 5 ticks on average is infected.
• Up to now and since 2006 over 60 patients have been treated.
• Symptoms: from simple erythema to arthritides and peripheral neuropathies through to dysrhythmias.
• Up to now there have been no treatment failures.
Definition of successful treatment: improvement in symptoms, energetic endurance test (program 170) negative.
C A S E S T U D I E S
Case 1: Male, aged 30
Patient with inflammation of the knee joint (gonarthritis) treated previously elsewhere with NSAR and steroids, arrives on crutches, impossible to put any weight on his left leg, severe pain, massive swelling, redness and effusion of the left knee.
Test and therapy:
After the third treatment within a week he no longer needed crutches and after a total of 13 days and 5 treatments he was completely and permanently free of symptoms and once again plays sport.
Case 2: Female, aged 55
Female patient with Erythema chronicum migrans two weeks after being bitten by a tick.
Test and therapy:
Basic therapy and four treatments, thereafter test with program 170 and 978 negative.
Recurrence after a week, tested positive once again.
Program 998 also used in testing, in addition other infected ticks in the IC.
After another three treatments, test negative. Check up after another week: Test still negative, erythema clearly less inflamed.
After 12 days the erythema had completely disappeared.
General procedure for diagnostics and treatment
• Test with borrelia ampoule without preparation.
• Test programs 170(+), 171(–), 978(+), positive findings indicated in brackets.
• Basic therapy (once a week) 130/131/132 700/701/702 900/910 after test, then the eliminating organs, usually 430 (liver, tests almost always in the case of borrelia) and then, depending on the test, in addition: 570 (powers of resistance), 530 (metabolism) or other symptomatic programs, e.g. 922 (tissue process, acute) 460, 630 (wound healing).
• Consolidation therapy every 1 – 2 days with 978 (borrelia ampoule, if necessary blood, infected ticks). Test if possible in the input, also flexible electrodes on the joint or erythema.
• Retest from 4th day after each treatment, if need be supplement with program 998. If the subsequent test is negative:
• Retest after a week: if the test is negative and there is an improvement, conclude treatment.
Billing according to German medical fee schedule (GOÄ)
• Initial contact: 1-7-800
• Each test, including occasional, per test: a390.
• Basic therapy: a269a
• Consolidation therapy: a269
• Retest: 7-800 and test codes.
• Detailed patient history possibly 30 or 31, alternatively with interim consultations a801.
Legend for alternative codes:
a269: Bioresonance, consolidation therapy
a279a: Bioresonance, basic therapy a390: energetic test procedures,
a801: detailed symptom-related discussion