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Decades of suffering from ice-cold feet

Successful treatment convinces sceptical scientist of its efficacy

When I decided to start using Bicom bioresonance therapy in my practice, my father was really annoyed and reproached me for it. A retired maths and physics teacher, he simply couldn’t accept that his daughter could spend money on “vibrational medicine.” He thought it was a lot of humbug.

I was not to be deterred though and one of my first patients was my mother, who suffered from permanent shaking, similar to Parkinson’s. After three Bicom treatments my mother was visibly better. My father noted this change with incredulity and one day asked in passing what I would do with this device for his permanently cold feet.

My father has suffered from ice-cold feet since he sustained a war injury, when he was shot in both knees. I replied that I would first need to treat his scars with the ‘scar elimination’ program already stored in the Bicom. To my complete amazement he said: “Ok then, let’s do it.” I told him that he would probably not feel any improvement after the first treatment, because the injury was so old.

I treated his scars with the Bicom and then applied the ‘circulation of the lower half of the body’ program.

Two days later he called me and told me, in a completely bewildered voice, that for the first time since the war he had warm feet again.

He was overjoyed! Now he also wanted me to use the Bicom to treat his trigeminal neuralgia, which he had been suffering from for more than seven years. We managed to get this under control too with bioresonance.

He is now a complete convert and is fully behind this therapy. Recently he told me: “If I wasn’t 90 years old I would take up bioresonance as a career …”

He is fascinated by this therapy, tells everyone his story and at the age of 90 is learning with great interest about the biophysical background to bioresonance therapy.