Tag Archives: Bicom bioresonance therapy

An effective addition to BICOM bioresonance therapy with hyperactive children

Dr. med. Gottfried Lange, Elmshorn HYPERACTIVITY AND RITALIN All primary school teachers are probably familiar with them: children who cannot concentrate on anything, cannot distinguish between what is important and what is not, continually interrupt, run around the classroom and cannot complete a task. Children like this have made up at least half of all […]

Optimum use of the body’s own substances in BICOM bioresonance therapy 

Karin Heine, Naturopath, Munich, Germany  Endogenous (body’s own) substances – do we really appreciate what a valuable resource, what inestimable potential these present? They actually represent our own pharmacy, our very own software from or with which, in principle, it is possible to cure almost everything. Applying acupuncture to this potential with acupuncture needles, for example, is […]

BICOM bioresonance therapy and imprints of the foot reflex zones on the plate electrodes

Margarete Seeger, Naturopath, Besigheim Dear Colleagues, My background is in the area of body-focused psychotherapy and I have been working with bioresonance therapy for the last 8 years. My therapy differs little I dare say from the kind of therapy you are used to: meridian therapy, elimination of scar interference, electrosmog and mandibular joint. I […]

Epilepsy in childhood

Dr. Sinon Akkurt, lzmir, Turkey Dear colleagues, Dear bioresonance friends, My BICOM® bioresonance adventure which started about 5 years ago is very interesting and continues to surprise me every day. Within this period a smoking representative told me how he had stopped smoking with the help of BICOM® bioresonance. Beginning with the smoking treatment, I […]

Introduction to the BICOM Congress 2006

Hans Brügemann, Gräfelfing The theme for our 46th Congress is: BICOM bioresonance methods – Joint pioneering work for the medicine of the future Pioneers are trailblazers, bridge-builders. What do we have in common with them? We too are trailblazers; trailblazers for a new type of medicine. It is a huge, beneficent task, which brings with […]

The fascinating development of bioresonance therapy: Discoveries, research, ideas and hard work

Hans Brugemann, Grafelfing We are often asked how bioresonance therapy actually came about. Was it through laboratory testing, scientific studies, ideas from quantum physics? None of the above, in fact. Bioresonance therapy developed from observations and experi-ences of both people and patients. Bioresonance therapy therefore comes under to the area of em-pirical healing. At the […]

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2003 — what are the implications of these new discoveries for Bicom bioresonance therapy

Dipl. Ing. Dr. techn. Horst Felsch, Chemist, Fieberbrunn, Austria INTRODUCTION Two American researchers received the Nobel Prize for chemistry in October 2003: Peter Agre of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore for discovering water channels in the cell wall and Roderick MacKinnon of Rockefeller Uni-versity in New York for structural and mechanistic studies of potassium ion […]