Tag Archives: bioresonance

Treating broncho-pulmonary diseases

Jörg Wehrhahn, Naturopath, Rotenburg a. d. Fulda, Germany It gives me great pleasure to participate in the BICOM® Congress in Fulda by presenting a paper today on my experiences with BICOM® bioresonance therapy. I contacted Regumed in Gräfelfing near Munich five years ago when on the lookout for an additional method for diagnosing and treating my patients. As I had been […]

Vaccine damage and its repercussions – Diagnosis and therapy with BICOM

Anita Klammrodt, Naturopath, Grossefehn INTRODUCTION My name is Anita Klammrodt. I have been a naturopath for eleven years and have been using bioresonance for diagnosis and treatment in my practice for seven years. I use bioresonance among other things to treat the side effects and damage caused by vaccines. I first became aware of this […]

Borrelia infection – the latest widespread disease?

Dr. med. Hermann Wagner, Böbrach, Germany Laboratory diagnostics – sense and nonsense • Antibodies are measured for borrelia, not the pathogen itself. • That is to say the reaction of the body to the pathogen is quantified. • An increase in antibody titre is interpreted as a deterioration. • In the case of immunisations, an […]

DNA and cell communication via magnetic scalar waves, a possible basic principle of the Bioresonance Method?

Prof. Dr.-lng. Konstantin Meyl, Radolfzell, Germany DNA generates a longitudinal wave that propagates in the direction of the magnetic field vector. Computed frequencies from the structure of DNA agree with those of biophoton radiation. The optimisation of efficiency by minimising the conduction losses leads to the double-helix structure of DNA¹. The vortex model of the […]

Using bioresonance in an ENT practice: Remove polyps without operating?

Dr. med. Eberhard Wenzel, Husum, Germany Introduction The causal treatment of allergy sufferers with a multi-causal condition in an ENT practice has always presented therapists with a difficult task. Finding an outcome satisfactory to both parties continues to pose a challenge. Chronic polypous pansinusitis (polyps in the paranasal sinuses) in particular is an increasing and […]

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 […]

Bioresonance an approach to the treatment of intrauterine fetal pathologies

Dr. Esra Kirsever, Gynaecologist/Obstetrician, Istanbul, Turkey I am working in my private clinic in my country as a specialist in obstetrics and gynaecology. I have met BICOM® bioresonance therapy method four years ago on the occasion of my mother’s health problems. Then I began to use BICOM® bioresonance method in my clinical practice. I have […]

Complex treatment of urogenital disorders using bioresonance

Dr. Cornelia Schumacher, MD. TM Ph.D dipl. PT for Urogenital Rehabilitation, St. Moritz, Switzerland Foreword Ladies and gentlemen Mr and Mrs Brugemann After 14 years of clinical work in the field of physiotherapy/physio-science, in 1988 I was confronted with a new challenge: the treatment of conditions and complaints in the fields of gynaecology, urology, proctology, […]

Bioresonance in implantology

Dr. Matthias Arnold, Dentist, Prien, Germany BICOM® — Framework treatment for implants in the field of dentistry or Where can I apply the bioresonance method when carrying out implant procedures? Bioresonance is the resonating together of two material or non-material oscillating circuits. By using the BICOM® device I can therefore bring two distinct material connections together into one. An implant consists of metal or […]

Parasite Infections & Bioresonance

Parasite Infections Statistics show that approximately 60% of the global population is infected with at least one parasite in their body. In most cases, the human body is host to multiple parasites. The World Health Organization’s regional office for Europe identifies the top 3 parasitic diseases as lumbricoides, trichiura and hookworms. Each of these diseases […]