Frequently overlooked possibilities to successfully help with Bicom bioresonance therapy

Sissi Karz, Naturopath, GR 72100 Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece


Since my seminar activities have been greatly reduced in the past year and now I virtually only hold individual seminars for 1-8 people in my own rooms in Crete, I do not know how many of my colleagues still actually use my therapy system, which has been well proven over many years. Anyone familiar with it will have no doubt come to rely on the special results achieved even during the initial treatment — when you watch out for pulse quality while running the basic program and in this way discover the relevant single frequency to help a little on the way towards focal therapy, even during the initial treatment. Such procedures can naturally also be performed with the new BICOM® 2000 and the modulation mat. All the other suggestions from my 25 part „box of tricks”, the ABC of bioresonance therapy, a few copies of which are still available, can naturally still be performed to even better effect with the new BICOM® device. But this is not the actual subject of this paper, even though it should indeed form part of your preparations for the following types of therapy.


The teeth and the relationships between root areas and associated organ problems continue to be a major issue even today. Dr. Voll has taken up a leading position here with his experiences and references, yet for us as bioresonance therapists the muscle and meridian connections familiar to us from kinesiology are every bit as interesting.

They point us, in fact, towards very easy to understand therapeutic opportunities for treatment, which can be understood by any user at any time.

Thus in my seminars I am able demonstrate again and again, through muscle testing, how many organ systems react weakly when the corresponding region of the root of a tooth is in poor health. If you then treat this in combination, with the input on the starting region of the muscle corresponding to the tooth root region and the gold finger in the output on the corresponding tooth socket in the root region, using the relevant chronic degenerative meridian program, the two conflict foci can be removed. Anyone just starting to use therapy in this way will always have their eyes open for when it can be applied and will use it more and more as time goes on. All therapists can continue to help their patients, even when theoretically the problem is purely a dental one. I do not know of anyone who has not suffered from tooth problems at some stage in their life and who therefore need help in recovering from such problems. You should definitely make the most of this opportunity.


As well as patients suffering from acute pain, we are also often required to treat people immediately after an accident. Whether it’s a minor or more serious gash, a neighbour injured by a saw, an axe landing in the wrong place or someone stepping on a plank of wood with a nail in it, in all cases rapid help is required. Having often been in that kind of situation, I know how well people respond in such circumstances to program no. 125, in which only H information is fed back to the patient. Usually the large flexible applicator is placed in the solar plexus region at the BICOM® input, a plate applicator is placed under the injured member at the BICOM output and you also move the magnetic depth probe to and fro in circular movements a few centimetres above the skin in the area of the injury. After a few minutes the situation will have changed to allow a single frequency to be found through pulse testing. At that point you look on the indication list to see which programs are available in that frequency range and set this program number for therapy purposes, without changing the original applicators. In this way you can very rapidly see where the patient organism seems to be experiencing greatest problems. If nails or bones are injured, then it follows that different programs will be required than for when just tissue injuries are present.

After targeted frequency therapy it is always sensible, after accidents, also to run program no. 125 and in exceptional cases also to run another single frequency program, depending on the severity of the injury. After this emergency treatment, you will then have time to test what further action might be helpful as followup treatment.


Chakra therapy is a fine example of holistic treatment. It provides some possibilities for testing and I would like to explain here the type I use. Since the individual Chakra are linked to different behaviour patterns, I test the Chakra energy with the corresponding basic terms „must”, „wish”, „need”, „feel”, ,may”, „can” and „want”, in analogy to testing „Yes” — „No”. These are the patterns present in every person and which have to be kept in the correct personal balance for him. I like to stress, however, that it should not be our task do directly treat behaviour patterns but rather the energetic state of the weak chakras.

Therapeutic options

Following this brief description, I would like to tell you about what is possible in the way of therapy. In the past, several programs have been needed to balance out the Chakra, but thanks to the modulation mat and multiple impulses, Chakra treatment has now become a great deal easier.

The input is always a flexible applicator on the particular Chakra region which tested as the priority, at the output the patient lays down with the sacrum coccyx at the lower edge of the modulation mat. In most cases, the mat then extends to the shoulder blades, that is up to the region of the 4th Chakra at the level of the thymus.

I have generally found that the following programs work best for Chakra treatment:


If more than three Chakra expressions test weak, then it is recommended that multiple impulses also be applied in addition to the program recommended, though these need to be found at the same time for all the non balanced Chakras. That means that you first place all the applicators in position, start the therapy and only then test whether the patient should also be built up or calmed down.

Quadrant balancing and Chakra treatment are two excellent ways of initiating therapy. You can often find out more about a patient than he would sometimes like, but at the same time you can also deal much more directly with him. Once you have recognised a person’s behaviour patterns, then you know much better, as a therapist, how to treat him so that he can help you during therapy and not simply let everything pass over him thinking that it’s up to someone else to make him better. Our role is not to do a patient’s work for him, we can simply him along the way.

May I wish you every happiness and success in your therapy.