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How bioresonance can help diagnose hidden causes of disease

The first time I came into contact with the bioresonance method was while working in a practice as a salaried veterinarian. When I opened my own practice, I decided to work with this method as well. In addition to the numerous treatment options, bioresonance also offers the opportunity to make more targeted and faster diagnoses through resonance tests.

Bumpy start

In the beginning, things were a bit bumpy with bioresonance and the successes manageable. I didn’t give up, though, because I was convinced that I could achieve much more with expert application. So, I dealt with the topic more intensively, attended advanced seminars and acquired the necessary knowledge about this method. Fortunately, many pet owners who came to the practice were already familiar with bioresonance and were open to this treatment method. Therefore, I was able to directly apply my newly acquired knowledge and achieve success right away.

Finding hidden causes of illness

Meanwhile, BICOM bioresonance has become an integral part of my practice and I cannot imagine a better method for allergies, intolerances, food allergies and diseases with a chronic course. By means of the above-mentioned resonance tests, I have the opportunity to quickly track down even hidden causes of illness and treat them immediately in a targeted manner. Also, it is without the use of symptom-suppressing drugs.

Here is a case study from my practice:

Terrier with grass and hay mite allergy

One day, a pet owner came to my practice/clinic with a West Highland Terrier. The dog was suffering from extreme itching, already had inflamed skin and had massive hair loss. During the resonance test, I found that he was suffering from a grass and hay mite allergy. When testing all possible feeds, it turned out that he did not tolerate lamb, chicken or rice.

I treated him with the BICOM device and ordered a change in feed/diet. After five treatments/sessions, the dog was doing well again. The itching was gone and the hair had grown back. The pet owner couldn’t believe how well his dog responded to the treatment. The dog looked very different to how he was before and with a new coat, he looked great again.


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Dr. med. vet. Uwe Lenhardt

Veterinarian in Neuburg am Inn (Germany), has been working with the bioresonance method in his practice since 2005.