Diagnosis and BICOM therapy of rheumatic disorders – case histories, dealing with initial exacerbation

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Dr. med. Christa Lund, Bad Schwartau Diagnosing rheumatic disorders 1. Clinical: symptoms, location, time 2. Multi-factorial causes 3. Resonance diagnosis Toxins: Aflatoxin, Bacterial fragment, Botulinum, Parasitic toxins (trichinosis nosodes!) Other fungal toxins Bacteria: Clostridium, Staphylococci, Yersinia, Borrelia fields: Dental – maxillomandibular area (also malocclusion), Tonsils (scar interference field), Intestine Focal stress! Acid-base balance! Treating rheumatic…

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