Client Name: Jörg Fiedler, vet
Underlying factor in many disorders
75% of my patients, especially small animals, suffer from allergies. With large animals the problems tend to be mainly orthopaedic, such as lameness, for example.
I believe there are two reasons why allergy therapy is so important in my practice:
Firstly, in general the body is increasingly exposed to more adverse influences, for example from the environment.
Secondly, the potential for diagnosing with the Bicom is so great that, with many disorders, I can identify an allergy as the cause, where before I would only have been able to treat the symptoms. Particularly with skin problems and gastrointestinal problems etc., I can produce an accurate diagnosis and follow this up with targeted treatment.
Allergies are often caused by food. As with humans, it is often the classic basic allergens such as protein (milk, egg) and wheat, as well as pork and beef. Then there are attractants and preservatives and colourings. With dogs I very often detect heavy metal contamination too.
My success rate for treating allergies with bioresonance is between 75 and 85%.
I should like to describe two of the many cases I have treated.
A nine-year-old mongrel was brought to my practice in a pitiful state. He had been suffering for over nine years from bacterial pyoderma with the classic symptoms such as hair loss over his whole body, open flaky red skin lesions the size of a beer mat and extreme itching. He had already been seen by numerous vets and clinics without his condition improving. Up to this point he had been treated with cortisone, antibiotics and cephalosporin.
On testing with the Bicom device I discovered the cause was intestinal mycosis and postvaccinal complications. The dog also reacted allergically to colourings in its daily food.
I treated him with the standard allergy programs in the Bicom device. After eight weeks and six Bicom treatment sessions his hair had grown back completely and the itching had stopped. That was two years ago and since then he has had no further skin problems.
The second case involved a mare whose skin looked burnt each spring when changing from its winter to summer coat. It had lost all its hair and its skin was encrusted and bleeding. Two other mares which shared the same pasture with it each day had no symptoms.
On testing with the Bicom device I found allergies to two grasses. I began the classic bioresonance treatment: allergy therapy and stabilising the eliminating organs. After the second therapy session the animal’s hair began to grow and after the sixth session it had a full coat.
It is now four years since this treatment and the horse has had no symptoms since.