Possible Applications for the Magnetic Depth Probe Applicator

Referred to colloquially as the hammer applicator, due to its shape, the Magnetic Depth
Probe (MDP) is a special accessory to BICOM devices, which can be connected either to the
input or output.

The applicator is composed of a non-magnetic stainless steel core, surrounded by a ring
magnet with a strong magnetic field. The field force of the magnet is approx. 2000 gauss.
Each part of the applicator has a connection for cables. The outer connection is to the
magnet and the inner connection is to the non-magnetic core.

There is no specific provision for the use of the MDP. It is however generally used as an input
or output applicator with a connection to the outer magnet. The high penetrative depth of
40-50 cm into the tissue significantly improves the therapeutic effect of the bioresonance
therapy.

Previously it was advised that the MDP should not be used with the modulation mat, but this
has become obsolete. On the contrary, combined application, also with the BICOM Power
Applicator, is very common nowadays, especially in orthopaedic applications.

For example, when treating the heel spurs (390, 391, 600, 633, 3017, 3039, 133) the MDP
can be placed on the relevant points of the sole of the foot, with the modulation mat on the
back as an additional output.

For patients with great pain in the lumbar spine region due to a herniated disc, use of the
MDP can also be beneficial. For example by using program chain 10023 “herniated disc, support.” Input: MDP on solar plexus. Output: Power Applicator or flexible applicator on the disc area.

In addition, the MDP can be used for hip problems. It should be placed on the affected hip
(as input) with the modulation mat or the Power Applicator laid on the sacral area for the
output.

When treating pollinosis (10317) the MDP can also be used on the bridge of the nose as an
additional input with the first program (970.5) of the program sequence.

In all these cases the MDP is used as an input. To do this use a black cable to connect the
outer magnetic part of the MDP to the BICOM. It is however also possible to use the MDP as
an output, in which it is connected by a red cable. This method is, for example, particularly
important in the repairing of scarred tissue. When used for this indication, the hand plate
applicator is used as the input applicator, with the output applicator being the MDP placed
on the scar itself.

Another beneficial use of the MDP is for the application of channel 2 therapy (via yellow cup,
honeycomb or saved substance complexes) to a specific area of the body. In the new BICOM
Optima* (Models B32, B34, BM34) channel 2 is also connected to the outer magnetic part of
the MDP via a red output cable. This is because in the new BICOM Optima the main channel
and channel 2 outputs are connected together by the red cable. It is therefore possible to
give the substance complex “asthma” directly to the lung area via the MDP, in addition to
therapy via channel 2 with the modulation mat. Targeting the area Lu1 has proven to be
especially useful here.

*For older BICOM models a white cable is needed to connect channel 2 to the MDP as an
output.

The MDP can also provide new possibilities when testing interference fields using the
biotensor. With the MDP it is possible to reach the internal organs, such as the intestine,
liver, lungs or heart for more targeted testing. In addition, other interference fields such as
scars, temporomandibular blockages, spinal blockages etc. can be narrowed down and
tested.

To do this, the MDP is connected directly to the tensor via a cable. The MDP is then held on
the area to be tested (over the clothing is ok) with the tensor in the energetic field of the
patient. Interfering fields will be indicated by a vertical movement of the tensor. If the tensor
reaction is a horizontal movement, then everything is ok.

The use of the anti-magnetic core in the MDP is actually out of date since the introduction of
the modulation mat to BICOM therapy. However this functionality can be used for example
in dentistry, if it is not possible to treat the mouth cavity directly.

In this case, the outer magnetic part of the MDP is connected as the input and the anti-magnetic core as the output. The modulation mat can stay connected and the MDP should be held against the problem area. This procedure has proven to be useful for the following programs/indications: toothache, gum disease, dental root disease, and tooth loosening and wound health after extraction and temporomandibular blockades. The MDP can also be used as a starting point for applying the CTT ampoules of the dental test set (and for other CTT test sets, for example orthopaedics).

A final recommendation is the use of the MDP for geopathic treatment. Program 700.3
can be used with the MDP as the input applicator on the solar plexus, with the left foot on
the foot plate applicator as the output. This combination works very well!

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