After 8 years of suffering, help received through BICOM bioresonance
A young gynaecologist who works in the hospital came to my practice, because she had been suffering from Crohn’s disease for the past eight years.
She had severe recurrent bouts of diarrhoea containing mucous and blood and violent pain in her intestines. The diagnosis of Crohn’s disease had been confirmed by means of endoscopy and x-ray. At the start of treatment she took cortisone tablets.
As a practitioner of conventional medicine she was unfamiliar with naturopathic treatment methods and in particular bioresonance therapy. However, she continually observed how midwives in the hospital successfully treated pregnant women with acupuncture and homeopathy.
She came to my practice on the recommendation of a colleague. Testing with electroacupuncture after Voll revealed that as well as a cow’s milk and wheat allergy, she also had a Candida stress as well as mercury poisoning through amalgam.
The allergies, the intestinal fungi and the disrupted stomach and intestinal flora were treated at weekly intervals with bioresonance therapy. At the same time the amalgam was removed. In order to build up the intestinal mucous membrane again, I prescribed treatment using natural intestinal symbionts. After the first treatments her symptoms were much better and the cortisone doses could be reduced to a minimum.
After around 15 treatment sessions the patient was virtually symptom-free and able to eat almost everything once more without any problem.
As a paediatric naturopath I treat a large number of children in my practice. The treatments are therapeutically more straightforward, because children react much more quickly and vigorously to regulating measures such as bioresonance therapy and have hardly any blocks present, if at all. Children’s bodies are also able to regenerate much more efficiently than adult bodies.
Apart from paediatric medicine, the main areas that we treat with bioresonance therapy in my practice include allergies, hayfever, neurodermatitis and chronic inflammatory intestinal disorders.