Musculoskeletal system: Using bioresonance in an orthopaedic practice:
In our orthopaedic practice we use the Bicom device particularly for treating acute sports’ injuries, such as acute traumas. We have experienced very good results with torn muscle fibres and distortion traumas. But we have also used bioresonance therapy as an accompanying measure for fractures. For example, we were able to significantly reduce the pain of an older patient with a pelvic fracture with just two Bicom treatments.
3–5 treatments are generally needed for sports’ injuries. The healing process is significantly shortened through Bicom treatment and patients can quickly return to their sporting activities.
Even in cases of arthrosis we are able to achieve a rapid and lasting improvement using Bicom therapy in the majority of cases.
This we treated around 20 arthrosis patients and were able to achieve very good results.
Particularly during the active phase of arthrosis, where there is acute cartilage degradation and the joints affected are extremely swollen and inflamed, Bicom therapy works very well in my opinion.
The key aspect here is that using the bioresonance method the inflammation in the cartilage can be removed and the degradation stopped. There are programs stored in the Bicom device for this purpose.
After my diagnosis was made treatment was carried out by my assistant.
The following programs are frequently used by us: ‘Tissue process acute or chronic’, ‘all types of injuries’ or for acute swelling, programs such as ‘lymph activation’ or ‘lymph oedema’.
A 70-year-old patient, who already had burnt-out knee joint arthrosis also benefited from this treatment. After a fall when he twisted his knee joint an acute swelling developed along with haemarthrosis (bleeding in a joint).
After this fall he would also have been a good candidate for a knee joint prosthesis. Through treatment with the Bicom bioresonance method the pain and also the swelling completely subsided within two days.
This patient now comes every 6 – 8 months and receives two to three treatments. The patient remains free of pain and is happy that he has been spared from having to have an operation to fit a prosthetic limb.
Although Bicom therapy is a chargeable treatment, it has been popular in our practice. Chronically ill patients are very grateful if they can be freed from their pain and are quite prepared to shoulder the cost of treatment.