Category Archives: 43rd Congress

43th international Bicom bioresonance congress papers from Bicom Regumed Germany. 2 to 4 May 2003, Fulda, Germany Regumed Institut fiir Regulative Medizin, 82166 Grafelfing

Relationship of certain viruses, bacteria and fungi to certain chronic diseases and the effect on therapy

Liliane Asbach-Gawenda, Naturopath, Cologne INTRODUCTION Dear colleagues, It gives me great pleasure to present a paper once again on my many years of experience with BICOM® resonance therapy. This time I am going to report on a new technique but one which fits in very well with our bioresonance therapy and can be included in […]

Early diagnosis, treatment and aftercare using Bicom bioresonance therapy

Ingo E. Bauer, Naturopath, Speyer INTRODUCTION Dear colleagues, This year, as before, I am pleased to welcome a number of new colleagues who have attended my seminars. The topic cerebral apoplexy or stroke is one which weighs on the minds of many of our patients. Whether through fear of suffering a stroke themselves or the […]

Water as an information carrier Principles, medicinal and physical effects

Dipl. Ing. Dr. techn. Horst Felsch, Chemist, A 6391 Fieberbrunn, Austria The title immediately raises a number of questions: how can water store information? what special molecular structure enables it do this? does water occupy an exceptional position in nature? why is water essential for all biological life? FIRST AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT If a patient […]

Classic and everyday children’s illnesses in practice

Harald Sievert, Naturopath, Hanover PREFACE Dear colleagues, dear friends of BICOM® resonance therapy, I came to bioresonance therapy 18 years ago and it soon took on a leading role in my practice and is, as many of you know, the main focus of therapy alongside holistic diagnosis. A large proportion of my patients are children […]

Treating rheumatic disorders

Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Klosters, Switzerland SUMMARY Treating rheumatic disorders with the chemotherapeutic agents known to conventional medicine (methotrexate, leflunomide, etc.) frequently presents difficult problems for the patient as well as the physician. The potential side effects of these drugs, in particular, can be extremely unpleasant for the patient and create real problems for the […]

Documented cases of successful cancer therapy and recent discoveries in cancer therapy

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich INTRODUCTION Ladies and gentlemen, First I should like to present some success stories in cancer therapy from my practice. CASE HISTORIES Case 1: H.L., male, aged 69 Colectomy 3/96 due to carcinoma of the colon 10/2000 CEA raised at 6.7 EAV diagnosis: Ascaris lumbricoides, Fasciolopsis bush rediae in large intestine, […]

Opening up new dimensions for Bicom bioresonance therapy — spin tester —

Alan E. Baklayan, Naturopath, Munich INTRODUCTION Ladies and gentlemen, I particularly like giving this lecture as studying the direction of spin of pathological information has become a kind of fad of mine over the past two years. Bear in mind that we have already been able to notch up some impressive successes with BICOM® technology […]

New documentary evidence for biophysical diagnosis and therapy

Anja Gatzweiler, Naturopath, Willich INTRODUCTION Today I am going to talk about new discoveries on the background to heavy metal contamination and heavy metal intolerance in patients. I am keen to pass on this information as it marks a significant step forward in the diagnosis and therapy system, one which patients gladly accept. ne which […]

Veterinary practice findings

Jorg Fiedler, Veterinary Practitioner, Baunatal SOME CASE STUDIES FROM MY FIELD OF WORK Small animal practice Siam tomcat Tobi, 13 years old Icteric mucous membranes, anorexia, apathy and internal body temperature of 36.4° C. Laboratory diagnosis: GOT, GPT, AP and bilirubin extremely high. Differential count: leucocytosis with thrombocytopenia. Bioresonance test following consultation with the owners: […]

Diagnosing and treating rheumatism and fibromyalgia

Gabriele Matthey, Naturopath, Hamburg INTRODUCTION I should like to say right at the outset that my Hamburg practice is not a conventional rheumatism practice nor do I specialise exclusively in the treatment of painful joints. We are a “special” practice in the sense that we carry out detective work and sort out cases. Those who […]