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55th international Bicom bioresonance congress papers from Bicom Fulda, Germany Regumed Institut fiir Regulative Medizin, 82166 Grafelfing

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Idiopathic cystitis illustrated in cats and dogs (also applicable to human medicine)

Dr. med. vet. Helga Oberwittler, Veterinary Surgeon, Radolfzell, Germany Introduction Dear Colleagues, dear members of the Brugemann Family, dear friends of bioresonance therapy and dear delegates. I became involved in bioresonance four years ago and last year I was invited and encouraged to present a lecture here at the International Congress. I would like to […]

Viral and bacterial diseases: changes in blood in dark field imaging during bioresonance treatment

Irene Kolbe, Naturopath, Hannover, Germany Dear Colleagues, a special greeting to Mr and Mrs Brügemann and my thanks to them for inviting me once again to this year’s Congress. How a working hypothesis became a certainty Following a conversation with Mr Brügemann last year regarding an hypothesis I was working on, he asked me whether […]

Treating at-risk pregnancies using the Bicom

Dr. Esra Kirsever, Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Istanbul, Turkey Twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome Overview Most pregnancies result in one baby. In about one in 80 pregnancies, twins are conceived. This can occur in one of two ways: The more common way (which accounts for two-thirds of cases) is for the two different sperm to fertilize two different […]

Resistance to antibiotics and the bioresonance method

laboratory technician looking at drug resistance

Alexander A. C. Rijsberman, Qualified Naturopath, Baar, Switzerland Multi-resistance is one particular form of antibiotic resistance. We are talking about micro-organisms that have in effect become resistant to almost all antibiotics and virostatic agents. These are known as MRP or Multi-Resistant Pathogens. In May 2014, the WHO (World Health Organization) published a wake-up call in […]

Pathogens and poisons – a dangerous interrelationship. Testing and treating combinations of stresses

Dr. med.Jürgen Hennecke, Specialist in General Medicine, Simone Maquinay-Hennecke, BICOM® Therapist, Aachen, Germany Introduction Bioresonance therapists have been searching for the root cause of chronic conditions for decades. According to our observations, the focus has changed in recent years in much the same vein as in other areas of art and science. For many years, […]

Idiopathic cystitis illustrated in cats and dogs (also applicable to human medicine)

Dr. med. vet. Helga Oberwittler, Veterinary Surgeon, Radolfzell, Germany Introduction Dear Colleagues, dear members of the Brugemann Family, dear friends of bioresonance therapy and dear delegates. I became involved in bioresonance four years ago and last year I was invited and encouraged to present a lecture here at the International Congress. I would like to […]

Holistic medicine as scientific world view

Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Steffen Schulz, Berlin, Germany In line with tradition, this Congress begins with a keynote address. Such an address can help encourage us to contemplate the wider scientific issues that concern us all at this conference before we then move on to present and discuss specific results of bioresonance therapy in various important […]

Chronic inflammation and the significance of milieu regulation

Iris Fischer-Rahrs, Veterinary Surgeon, Steyerberg, Germany A small, but important point to make before we start: Because I am a veterinary surgeon, this presentation comes under the heading of veterinary medicine. However, it relates not only to animals but also to basic research and medicine in general, and applies to both animals and humans alike. […]

What role does the lymphatic system play in the treatment of chronically ill patients?

Bettina Decher, Naturopath, Frankfurt, Germany Part I Structure and function of the lymph system Lymphology The term ‘lymphology’ is understood as the study of the structure and function of the lymph system. We further differentiate between ‘lymphangiology’ and ‘lymphadenology’. 1. Lymphangiology describes the anatomy, function and pathophysiology of the lymphatic vascular system. Relationships between the […]

Linking physical symptoms to individual teeth

Christiane Herrmann, Naturopath, Berlin, Germany Introduction People are preoccupied with teeth throughout their lives. Small children find their teeth painful when they start breaking through and when they first start feeling them with their fingers. This can cause plenty of tears. During school years the positioning of teeth may need to be corrected, with teeth […]

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