BICOM® mobile VET
Cause‐oriented testing and treatment

Ideal synergy: conventional and complementary medicine

The speciality of my practice lies in the synergy of classical conventional medicine and different types of complementary medicine. In my career as a veterinarian, I soon realised that I quickly reached my limits when it came to allergies using only conventional methods. While searching for alternative treatment methods, I came across the company REGUMED®. The good reputation of BICOM® bioresonance for allergies and the competent advice convinced me to invest in a BICOM® device. This decision has paid off both therapeutically and economically.

Allergic strains and intolerances

In the beginning, it was more pollen and grass, i.e. mainly environmental allergens, that caused problems for the animals; today, however, in my experience, the burdens lie mainly with feed and toxic materials in the animals’ environment.

Easy to use

The BICOM® device offers the additional advantage that the application is very comfortable. Different allergy programs are already stored in the device and can be easily called up for the application. This makes the application immensely easier.

Valuable support for difficult cases

Pet owners are very grateful for quick and effective help for their animals. Bioresonance has enriched my practice enormously and offers me valuable support in difficult or out-of-treatment cases. For this reason alone, I can no longer imagine a practice without bioresonance. Happy animals and happy people, that is my goal.


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Brigitta Smit-Fornahl

Veterinarian with practice for small animals and horses. Advanced training in phytotherapy, kinesiology, acupuncture, biological veterinary medicine, homeopathy. Has been working with the BICOM® bioresonance method since 2008.

“Animal welfare and ethical behaviour as a veterinarian are of particular concern to me. Compassion for the creatures entrusted to me and the trust placed in me are my motivation. I feel particularly committed to the Code of Ethics of the German Veterinary Association and the Veterinary Association for Animal Welfare and the guiding principle: ‘In dubio pro animale'”.