Dr. med. Wolfgang Rohrer, Klosters, Switzerland
Treating rheumatic disorders with the chemotherapeutic agents known to conventional medicine (methotrexate, leflunomide, etc.) frequently presents difficult problems for the patient as well as the physician. The potential side effects of these drugs, in particular, can be extremely unpleasant for the patient and create real problems for the physician.
One possible approach using BICOM® bioresonance therapy is demonstrated through two case histories (44 year old male, 64 year old female) with seropositive rheumatoid arthritis. The diagnosis and continuing treatment of both cases over a 21/2 year period is well documented both clinically and through laboratory tests.
Typical chemotherapeutic agents were not used on the male patient while they had to be discontinued on the female patient due to serious side effects.
The younger patient experienced complete remission using BICOM® bioresonance therapy while a marked improvement was achieved in the condition of the older female patient. NSAR were used, if necessary.
BICOM® bioresonance therapy proves to be a gentle form of therapy with few side effects which, provided it is used holistically, achieves favourable results even with disorders which are difficult to treat with conventional medicine.
- Treating rheumatic disorders with conventional
medicine frequently results in numerous sideeffects.
- Treatment approach is “anti rheumatic”
- Known causal connections for
— reactive arthritis
- Suspected causal connections
— hapten effects
- Not taught by conventional medicine hapten effect with metals, for example
TREAT MENT PHILOSOPHY OF BICOM BIORESONANCE THERAPY
- Rheumatic disorders are the expression and result
of a disturbance which affects the whole
- They are the consequence and terminal stage of
a whole series of false regulations and complaints.
- Factors unknown in conventional medicine play
a part (e. g. fungal infestation, heavy metal contamination,
geopathy, environmental toxins, incompletely
cured disorders, miasmas).
- By returning the patient to a state of self regulation,
the disease is limited, the patient’s body
is able to regulate itself and can consequently
tackle the disease of its own accord
- The body’s detoxification functioning must be
supported and reinforced.
- Damaged tissue such as cartilage and other
structures cannot be repaired, even with bio resonance (a scar remains a scar, but it can be
- Further injuries can be avoided.
- The immune system can be relieved with lasting
effect by eliminating stresses stored in the body.
DESCRIPTION OF CASES
Patient B.U., male, born 1957
Introduction to patient.
04.11.1999 Presented with pain in both ankle joints following exercise. Laboratory values (CRP, SR, leuc., uric acid) and serological test for rheumatism NAD, radiography NAD. Treatment: physio. NSAR: Voltaren (not tolerated)
13.12.1999 Right ankle joint swollen. Leucocytes 10800, CRP 33 mg/1, uric acid normal. Serology for reactive arthritis: positive for Shigella flexneri 1:400 and Campylobacter jej. 1:20. Referred for rheumatological consultation.
20.12.1999 Pain in both shoulders. Bioresonance suggested.
22.12.1999 Rheumatologist considered disease to be: probably reactive oligoarthritis (not then knowing serological laboratory data). Treatment: puncture both ankle joints, instil 40 mg Kenacort Vibramycin 2 x 100 mg, Vioxx 2 x 25 mg. Patient decided against antibiotics, side effects of Vioxx. Patient 100 % unfit to work from 3.1.2000!
2.01.2000 Follow up examination by rheumatologist:
Kenacort only effective for 10 days. Swelling left ankle joint +++ SC joints inflamed, rheumatoid factors positive. Diagnosis: seropositive oligoarthritis. Suggested: methotrexate and Vioxx, change to Celebrex. Patient did not want methotrexate!Alternatives?
1st bioresonance test:
main disturbance in element earth (OD),