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Sudeck’s disease and periostitis

Therapist: “I’m pleased that I opted to try this form of therapy!”

During my exams I was quite fatigued and feeling drained. I had real problems concentrating and was always tired. Restorative tonics and vitamins prescribed by the doctor didn’t help at all.

It was recommended that I try a bioresonance therapist, who completely restored me to health within just one week by using the Bicom device. During general testing she told me that I had a parasitic stress, which needed to be treated.

Being somewhat sceptical, I got a conventional medical practitioner to reconfirm this and was given the same diagnosis.

I then made the decision that sooner or later I would work with bioresonance therapy in my practice too.

I have been an avid Bicom therapist for a year now. I treat a number of acute and chronic disorders. I would like to pass on details about two of my best cases for other colleagues to read about.

A 17-year-old girl broke her scaphoid bone while playing handball. The break didn’t heal properly and her arm was in plaster for 18 weeks. After the cast was removed, her movement was hugely restricted. A few days after the cast was removed her hand swelled up and became excessively sweaty and she was unable to use her lower arm. The patient could no longer write at school. She came to my practice, diagnosed with Sudeck’s disease.

I treated her once a week on five occasions with therapy programs stored in the Bicom. I predominantly used programs for nerve pain, muscular pain and neck joint blockage.

After these five therapy sessions functionality was fully restored in her arm.

The young girl was completely symptom-free after Bicom treatment and is delighted with the rapid and lasting results. Now she is even considering playing handball again.

Sometimes sufferers of Sudeck’s disease experience pain for years at a time, sometimes even throughout their lives. I am excited to see whether I can achieve similar success with others suffering from Sudeck’s disease.

In the second case that I would like to report on, I treated a new patient who came to me one Monday morning. She could practically no longer walk.

I diagnosed periostitis caused by an excessive strain. She had been training every day for weeks for a marathon, which was to take place in five days’ time. She really wanted to take part in this marathon and wanted me to give her medication to ease the pain. I offered to try bioresonance therapy, although I wasn’t sure whether I would be able to achieve a result by the Saturday. Programs for muscular pain and inflammations as well as lymph activation stored in the Bicom were also helpful in this instance.

Straight after therapy there was an improvement and the following day the patient no longer felt any pain. She was able to run the marathon the following weekend without any pain.

Bicom therapy is still in its infancy in my practice, but I expect it to grow and I’m pleased that I opted to try this form of therapy.

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