BICOM® mobile VET
Cause‐oriented testing and treatment

Four BICOM® devices in use

In 2000, I visited the CAM (Medical Fair in Düsseldorf) with the firm intention of purchasing an ultrasound device. As I walked through the rows, I noticed the stand with the BICOM® device. I was interested in this device. I had it presented to me and learned a lot about how it works and its suitability for various indications. The presentation convinced me immediately with the result that I bought a BICOM® bioresonance device instead of the ultrasound device! A spontaneous decision that I have not regretted to this day!

The test

The first use of the BICOM® device came unexpectedly on a dark winter night. My son had hit a roebuck on a forest road and brought it home. The animal was in a coma, and I could not immediately detect any serious internal or external injuries.

Now the BICOM® device was needed! Already during the first treatment, the roebuck’s condition improved noticeably. I treated him daily and you could see how good it was for him. After only one week, he had recovered to the point where we could release him. The roebuck jumped cheerfully into the nearby forest without any visible impairment! The BICOM® device had proved its worth, a happy moment for the whole family!

Treatment without injections and expensive drugs

Word spread quickly about how well animals can be helped with bioresonance. Without injections or expensive medication. Because of the excellent results, I work almost exclusively with bioresonance therapy. It is the cornerstone of my practice. In the meantime, I have four BICOM® devices in use.


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Dr. med. vet. Marlene Heidkamp-Kremer

Veterinarian, has been working with the BICOM® bioresonance method since 2000, which is the main focus of her work. She places great importance on stringent treatments and always tries to reach her goal with just a few treatments. The treatment spectrum is broad and ranges from allergies to pregnancy to pancreatic weakness, etc.