BICOM® mobile VET
Cause‐oriented testing and treatment

17 year old parrot (African Grey) with massive skin necrosis

When the parrot lady was presented to me in the practice, she had just come fresh from the special clinic with the urgent advice to euthanise her. The parrot was suffering from massive underwing eczema with black necrotic skin down to the bone and also severe automutilation (plucking problem).

During testing, we found strains of staphylococci, penicillium and aspergillus. Already after the second bioresonance treatment, her behaviour changed for the better. She ate food again as usual, plucked herself much less and the underwing eczema began to dry up. After a total of six bioresonance treatments, scar tissue had formed under her wings and she made her first attempts to fly.

In order to keep the scar tissue elastic and to stabilise the psyche (plucking problem!), two more bioresonance treatments followed at monthly intervals. Now both wings are completely healed and she has a great, closed plumage. The “patient” can now fly again with the result that her owner has had to fetch her from the garage roof several times!


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Marina Langhojer

Veterinary practitioner, additional training as animal behaviour therapist, animal physiotherapist, animal osteopath, animal chiropractor; certified animal nutritionist.

Regular further training at the Chair of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (Germany).

Has been using the BICOM® bioresonance method since 2015.