Category Archives: 42nd Congress

42th international Bicom bioresonance congress papers from Bicom Fulda, Germany Regumed Institut fiir Regulative Medizin, 82166 Grafelfing

Study of the early diagnosis of relapsing breast carcinoma

Dr. med. Santos Martín, Granollers, Spain INTRODUCTION It is becoming increasingly impossible to argue away the fact that there is a connection between electroacupuncture points and the existence of certain pathologies. Studies even exist which not only connect values at certain points with disease but also with life expectancy. The medical profession’s aphorism that “there […]

Biological effects of “light”

Dr. rer. nat. Ralf Neurohr, Spiesen-Elversberg DETERMINING THE POSITION (LIFE SCIENCES IN THE 20TH CENTURY) The tremendous advances in the (natural) sciences at the end of the 19th and 20th centuries, against which any reasonably serious or significant scientific discussion should be regarded, have profound consequences and the implications of such advances are not always […]

The new BICOM Multisoft program – Another milestone in BICOM bioresonance therapy

Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing AIMS I kept wondering whether it would be possible to add to the BICOM device by storing test substances electromagnetically. For a long time I was reluctant to look into this in more detail. The reason: I did not want to recommend anything which perhaps would not offer the same quality as […]

The new BICOM Multisoft program – practical trial

Dr. med. Paul-Gerhard Valeske, Kempten INTRODUCTION I am sure you will agree with me that our work in medicine is centred on the need for holistic diagnosis and therapy. Not reparatory medicine at this or that point but healing the whole individual – as far as we are able to achieve this. Bioresonance therapy can […]

Useful empirical values for the treatment of asthma

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich THE CAUSES OF BRONCHIAL ASTHMA: HISTORY OF ITS DISCOVERY Therapists testing bioenergetically were largely responsible for discovering the cause of bronchial asthma. We can gain a valuable insight into the disease and its treatment by examining the history of its discovery. The first chapter in the history of bronchial asthma […]

Experience of using bioresonance therapy in veterinary practice

Dr. med. vet. Claudia Goebbels, Veterinary Practitioner, Munich INTRODUCTION Dear colleagues, It was my own case history which brought me to bioresonance. As a small child I was plagued by allergies which unfortunately got visibly worse as the years went on; so bad that, during the final years of my studies, I had to take […]

The fidgety child – bane of both parents and teachers but an opportunity for your BRT practice

Dr. med. Karl Hermes, Duisburg INTRODUCTION They were different times. It was shortly before Christmas 1844 when Dr Heinrich Hoffmann wrote and illustrated the story of Struwwelpeter (shock-headed/slovenly Peter) because he could not find a suitable picture book for his 3 year old son Karl. They were different times yet, even in 1844, he still […]

Study of the elimination of mercury from the human body by means of bioresonance therapy

Dr. med. dent. Anne-Kristina Baumann SUMMARY This study proves once again that bioresonance therapy (BRT) is a suitable method for eliminating mercury. Tests have also been carried out on 19 patients to see how BRT can be integrated with standardised programs in a dental practice without taking too much time away from normal practice. Patient […]

Courage in treating tinnitus

Ingo E. Bauer, Naturopath, Speyer INTRODUCTION Dear colleagues, I am pleased to have the opportunity this year to report once again on our work at the Centre for Diagnosis and Therapy in Speyer. It is hard, at a colloquium such as this, to present the theme in a way which will interest all therapists. The […]