Treatment of endocrine disorders in dogs and horses using the Regumed Bicom optima device

Dr. Christina Eul-Matern

My name is Christina Eul-Matern. I am a veterinary surgeon and run a naturopathy practice with three key areas of treatment – acupuncture, osteopathy and bioresonance therapy. Since these areas work well together and complement each other, we tend to use conventional medical procedures infrequently.

Today, I would like to present details of the approach we took to integrating bioresonance successfully in an existing practice and show you how we use this approach to manage particularly complex cases.

Method

When patients attend our practice for the first time, their initial point of contact is a veterinary surgeon trained in Chinese medicine, osteopathy and bioresonance.

Through conversation with owners and case observations, we get an accurate history of the origin, socialisation, lifestyle, diet, work, interests, activity and resting habits of our patients as well as their vaccination and worming records. We then enquire about previous diseases, sensitivities, specific characteristics, operations, sexual behaviour and reproduction. We initially ask why they have come to our practice. We often get a long list of previous therapeutic approaches/therapies. In the case of multimorbid patients in particular, conventional medicine has quickly reached its limitations and a lack of knowledge of the energy relationships between different symptoms leads to unsuccessful treatments. The most obvious problem often becomes the focus of therapy and undesirable side effects in other regions of the body are often tacitly accepted for as long as possible. With endocrine conditions in particular, the symptoms can be so varied and confusing that conventional medical practitioners, dissatisfied with the limited range of products available, simply “lay down their arms” and declare that the patients in question are untreatable.

Whenever this type of patient comes to us, that is when our work starts in earnest. So what does the term endocrine disorder really mean?

Endocrinology is the “study of hormones” and focuses on hormone glands that release their product within the body, into the blood, with no excretory duct involved. This contrasts with the exocrine glands (e.g. salivary and sebaceous glands).

Common endocrine disorders in animals include:

  • Thyroid disorders
  • Cushing’s Syndrome (excess Cortisol production)
  • Addison’s disease (adrenal gland hormone deficiency)
  • Prostate hypertrophy with hyperandrogenaemia
  • Prolonged oestrus, nymphomania
  • Anoestrus in bitches or mares
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Hypoglycaemia e.g. in the case of insulinoma Treatment

Medical history and holistic findings based on Chinese veterinary medicine provide us with invaluable insight into which function circuit is causing the problem and which organs are affected.

This enables us to put together a picture of the patient’s condition, the condition of the internal organs, how these interact and any meridian imbalance. Furthermore, any problems with lesions in the skeleton and fasciae are resolved.

In cases in which a complex endocrine disorder is suspected, we collect two drops of blood on a piece of blotting paper, dry this thoroughly and take it to the bioresonance department with the relevant documentation. Individual tests on the blood sample are carried out in this department. We inform the owner that he/she will receive a telephone call with the test results and we will arrange an appointment. We will in any event initially test individual patients in this way before any treatment cycle. This enables us to carry out effective, customised therapy. I explain to the owners that acupuncture works on the meridian level while bioresonance offers differentiated options at cell level and that both systems complement each other very well.

A blood test is then carried out as shown here:

Testing regime

Frequency testing

This can vary. Further

tests are then carried out in the relevant area depending on the results obtained. The

relationships we are familiar with from Chinese medicine provide the basis for the interpreting results

Stresses
Allergic potential
Basic therapy: Basic program Block therapy

Opening of the excretory organ

Elimination Intestinal treatment

General treatment regimen

The appropriate basic program is then selected based on the test result. The excretory organ and specific elimination are chosen. As we are looking not only for the energy imbalance but also for the underlying problem, it is particularly important for me to test for conditions, toxins, allergies, stress, and physical and mental blocks. In my experience, such things can block energy and are very often implicated in endocrine organ dysfunction.

Therefore, it is also important to include these problems in the treatment plan from the outset. Only then do the affected organs have an opportunity to recover.

The excretory organs must be activated to eliminate toxins and stresses. We always combine this with Zeolith or Bentonite to help these organs in animals that have tested positive. Where gastrointestinal treatment is required, we also support therapy with probiotics and brewer’s yeast.

After three to four bioresonance sessions, the patient is then brought back for another consultation and we check up on the current condition. The subsequent course of therapy can then be adapted accordingly.

After a maximum of 6 – 8 weeks, most patients have a repeat test to check what has changed at cell level. This result is compared with the patient’s physical and mental condition and the subsequent procedure is discussed.

If patients live too far away to visit the practice regularly or in the case of horses, bioresonance therapy is carried out by preparing and using globules or chips. In these cases, a repeat test is regularly carried out after 6 weeks to check up on the patient’s condition.

Examples of specific programs used in the treatment of endocrine  disorders in animals:

3030.0 Improve glandular function

901.1 Hereditary diseases (supporting)

3049.0 Hormone regulation, gonads

934.1 Hormone disorders

3050.0 Hormone disorders in the LDF range

270.4 Hormone system treatment, acute

271.6 Hormone system treatment, chronic

907.0 Pituitary regulation 916.1 Pituitary regulation 860.0 Insulin-glucagon secretion – regulate 1st program

808.2 Insulin-glucagon secretion – regulate 2nd program

549.1 Goitre (thyroid dysfunction) 1st program

311.7 Goitre (thyroid dysfunction) 2nd program

270.1 Triple warmer meridian, acute

271.1 Triple warmer meridian, chronic

980.3 Sexual potency impairment 1st program

981.3 Sexual potency impairment 2nd program

428.4 Sexual potency impairment 3rd program (thymus)

580.4 Prostate complaints 1st program

321.3 Prostate complaints 2nd program

450.0 Diabetes mellitus (supporting)

3081.0 Pancreas disorder— LDF

548.0 Thyroid (Hyperthyroidism, Graves)

549.2 Thyroid/Hyperplasia 1st program

311.8 Thyroid/Hyperplasia 2nd program

934.3    Thyroid activation

3087.0 Thyroid problems 1st program

3088.0 Thyroid problems 2nd program

470.2 Sterility

Program series

30006 Hormone therapy, pseudopregnancy, satyriasis (mild swelling, milk)

1st week: 31006 Hormone therapy, pseudopregnancy, satyriasis (harm. control and lymph)

2nd week: 32006 Hormone therapy, pseudopregnancy, satyriasis (with vegetative dysregulation and mastitis)

30007 Laminitis, acute

1st week: 31007 Laminitis acute (reaction block, geopathy)

2nd week: 32007 Laminitis acute (with toxin connection, trauma)

30008 Laminitis, chronic

1st week: 31008 Laminitis acute (reaction block, lymph activation)

2nd week: 32008 Laminitis chronic (post-trauma, toxins)

Possible support via channel 2, depending on the case in question:

Diabetes

Hormone deficiency ovary Hypercorticism

Hypertestosteronism

Hyperthyroidism

Hypothyroidism

Adrenal gland weakness Oestrogen deficiency

Testosterone deficiency

Hashimoto’s thyroiditis

Pancreatitis acute/chronic

Oxygen deficiency

CO2 excess

Over-acidity

Typical treatments for endocrine disorders

Treatment regimen for hypothyroidism

Input Output flexible applicator Modulation mat green cable and/or chip storage device –

output

Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Solar
plexus, overweight thoracic spine/lumb ar spine
Under patient or empty globule on mat or in chip storage device Basic program series:
10132 Yin state, or 10133 reaction-blocked patients, or 10135 exhausted patients
Goodies energetic fitmaker or increasing powers of resistance amplify
See above see above see above Block therapy always after testing

3017

none amplify
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Kidney area see above Open excretory organs
e.g. liver 430.2 or kidneys 80.1
none amplify
Toxin, allergen NO
endogen ous
samples
Unplug flex. applicator see above Elimination via native 997.0 or synthetic 998.0 or also 979.1 none
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Plug flex. applicator back in Intestinal treatment general, 560.1
or mucosa regulation 3089.0 or tendency to diarrhoea 561.0
Over-acidity amplify
Input Output flexible applicator Modulation mat green cable and/or chip storage device-output Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
Blood Solar plexus Thyroid gland Hypothyroi amplify
sample Saliva Patient and thyroid gland area dysfunction,
goitre 549.1 or thyroid
hyperplasia
dism
549.2 thyroid activation 934.3
3030.0 improve
thyroid function
With TSH increase also
907.0 pituitary regulation
916.1 Pituitary regulation

Cushing’s syndrome treatment regimen

Input Output
flex. applicator
Modulation
mat green
cable and/or chip storage device -output
Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Solar
plexus, overweight thoracic spine/lumb ar spine
Under patient or empty globule on mat or in chip storage device Basic program series:
10132 Yin state, or 10133
reaction-blocked
patients, or 10135
exhausted patients
Goodies energetic fitmaker or increasing powers of resistance amplify
See above see above see above Block therapy always after testing 3017 none amplify

 

Input Output
flex. applicator
Modulation
mat green cable and/or chip storage device -output
Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
Blood sample

Saliva Patient

Kidney area see above 3030.0 improve thyroid function or 3050.0 hormone disorders in LDF range and/or depending on severity Hypercortic ism amplify
934.1 Hormone disorders
271.6 Hormone system
treatment, chronic
with approach incorporating
TCM also 271.1
Triple warmer meridian,
chronic
Input Output
flex. applicator
Modulation
mat green
cable and/or chip storage device -output
Channel 1 Channel 2 DM I
Blood sample

Saliva Patient

Kidney area see above Open excretory organs
e.g. liver 430.2 or kidneys 80.1
none amplify
Toxin,all ergen

NO endogen ous
samples

Unpug flex. applicator see above Elimination via 997.0 (native) or 998.0 or even 979.1
(synthetic)
none
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Plug flex. applicator back in see above Intestinal treatment general, 560.1
or mucosa regulation 3089.0 or tendency towards
diarrhoea 561.0
Over-acidity amplify


Treatment regimen for prostate hypertrophy

Input Output applicator flex Modulation mat green cable and/or chip storage device -output Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Solar
plexus, overweight thoracic spine/lumb ar spine
Under patient or empty globule on mat or in chip storage device Basic program series:
10132 Yin state, or 10133 reaction-blocked patients, or
10135
exhausted patients
ng
Goodies depending on case —energetic fitmaker nerves or
connective
tissue strengtheni
attenua ting
Input Output applicator flex Modulation mat green cable and/or chip storage device -output Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
See above see above see above Block therapy always after testing 3017 none none
Blood sample
Saliva Patient
Kidney area see above Open excretory organs
e.g. liver 430.2 or kidneys 80.1
none none
Toxin, allergen
NO endogen ous
samples
Unplug flex. applicator see above

979.1

Elimination via 997.0 (native) or 998.0 or even
(synthetic)
none none
Input Output applicator flex Modulation mat green cable and/or chip storage device -output Channel 1 Channel 2 DMI
Blood Kidney area see above Prostate Hypertestos attenua
sample symptoms teronism ting
Saliva Patient 10123, or
3030.0 improve thyroid function or 3050.0 hormone disorders in LDF range and/or
also depending on severity
just
or prostate adenoma or prostatitis acute or chronic
934.1 Hormone disorders or
271.6 Hormone system treatment,
chronic with approach incorporating
TCM also 271.1
Triple warmer meridian, chronic

 

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