BICOM® mobile VET
Cause‐oriented testing and treatment
Painless testing and therapy
Stress-free for pets and their owners
The role of self-healing powers
Animals have a great potential for self-healing. They possess a phenomenal regulatory system that can compensate for extraordinary influences on the body again and again. However, if too many or too heavy stresses act on the organism over a longer period of time, this can inhibit or even block the regulatory capacity as well as the self-healing powers.
This can show itself through disturbances of the general condition, behavioural disorders or also through organic changes and corresponding symptoms of illness.
With the BICOM® device, these stressful factors can be detected and their effect on the animal’s body determined. This is done quickly and painlessly.
Wide range of treatments
with the BICOM® bioresonance method
- Summer eczema
- Feed intolerances
- Allergies and their secondary diseases
- Hot Spot
- Hoof ulcers
- Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
- Cat cold/Parvovirus
- Eye inflammation/conjunctivitis
- Among others
Determine stresses individually and precisely
1. Cause-oriented testing
A painless test procedure determines any intolerances, weakened organs and if toxins are harming the animal´s body.
The test result determines the further procedures to be performed with the BICOM® device. The animals find the treatment to be pleasant, as they stand, sit or lie down and relax. As both treatment and testing are completely painless, they do not cause any additional stress for the animals.
A treatment usually lasts 10 to 30 minutes. The number of treatments depends on the severity of the clinical picture and the duration of the illness.
Too many stressful factors harm the animal’s health
We want your pet to be well!
Birds, mammals and reptiles like humans, are made up of about two-thirds water. This bodily fluid is not only the cell’s nutrient medium but also acts as a “hazardous waste dump” for polluting substances when the elimination organs like the liver, gall bladder, kidneys, intestines, etc. are overloaded. In this way, more and more accumulates and burdens the body.
These days animals are exposed to many stresses. Our therapeutic goal is to help your animal as much as possible!
Further information can also be found in our articles on bioresonance in horses, bioresonance in dogs and bioresonance in cats.
- Environmental toxins
- Exhaust fumes
- Feed additives (e.g. attractants and preservatives)
- Chemically polluted drinking water
- Electrosmog (animals are particularly sensitive to this!)
- And so on
Longhaired shepherds Franze and Fanny with itching and diarrhoea
A patient report about two longhaired German shepherds, Franze and Fanny. The report comes from the pet owners Margarete and Peter, who describe their experiences at the vet.
Dachshund Rambo with food intolerance
A patient report about dachshund Rambo, the little sunshine of pet owner Patricia. In the report, Patricia tells about her impressions gathered during the treatment of dachshund Rambo.
Control of metabolic processes in animals
Metabolic processes in animals are controlled by a superordinate system of electromagnetic frequency patterns. The animal is healthy when all control and regulation systems are optimally coordinated.
Your local BICOM® therapist will be happy to help you personally
Addresses of BICOM® therapists in countries outside Germany,
can be obtained from the respective international partners.