Good vibrations… It’s more than a Beach Boys song; it’s the secret of life, or the meaning of life, or the essence of life - something like that. And the field of healthcare and wellness has picked up on that, at least in some areas of the world. Healthcare is evolving rapidly and is heading in all directions. Some innovations have proven to be nothing short of miraculous; others appear to be of little benefit, and at worst, harmful. Some healthcare advances are common practice in one country and unheard of in another. Bioresonance therapy is one of those miraculous, friendly, uncommon innovations that are just now becoming recognized in North America, while over 50 other countries enjoy its benefits.
Bioresonance Therapy, a gentle, non-invasive, vibrational therapy, is being practiced worldwide, including the horse world.
What Is Bioresonance Therapy?
Bioresonance Therapy, also known as BRT, is a gentle, non-invasive, vibrational therapy practiced largely in Germany, where it has been addressing the individual needs of patients for almost 30 years – with simple, natural energy.
‘Bio’ means ‘life’. ‘Resonance’, derived from the Latin ‘resonare’, means ‘to resound, reverberate’; it is the vibration of one thing bringing about a responding vibration in another thing with a similar vibration pattern. Think of what happens when one strikes a tuning fork, or when a loud vehicle rumbles past your house and something inside your house rattles or hums. That is resonance. The sound vibrations from one source are similar enough to another’s to get it humming.
Each person, like a fingerprint, has a unique set of vibrations; animals do too. All matter has its own unique vibration. This explains why each individual responds somewhat differently to music, colors, plants, aromas, foods, animals, other people, medications, types of treatments, anything – we all react or respond differently.
How Bioresonance Therapy works
We know that vibration is inherent in sound, electricity, molecular interaction, and even magnetism. We also acknowledge the reality of such non-visible things as light waves, sound waves, radio waves, heat waves, the MRI, etc. We know that vibrations can be duplicated, such as recording music onto a CD or audiotape; these vibrations and frequencies can also be electronically put forth.
BRT involves reading in the body’s vibration patterns, or electromagnetic oscillations, and identifying the ones that are problematic to the body. This is always determined by testing, which is a vital part of the therapy session.
By using the BRT device’s computer, those specific problematic oscillations are fed back in exact reverse - inverted. That ‘flatlines’ the problematic oscillations, creating an inhospitable, non-complementary, non-supportive environment for, and weakening, the source of the problem (substance, pathogen, parasite, etc.), and the body can then release the problem. By applying the inverted frequency, the recipient is immediately relieved of the ‘static interference’ that is produced by the toxin or pathogen.
Small, sealed- glass frequency vials are used for both finding static interference fields associated with offending substances and for neutralizing their unwelcome frequencies.
That may sound unreal, but BRT is based on recent scientific findings in biophysics that electromagnetic processes functionally rank superior to biochemical processes. In other words: improve the electromagnetics of the body and its biochemistry improves, and therefore health improves. By feeding the body the electromagnetic frequencies that are specific to its needs, the normal physiological processes can be enhanced.
Is this natural? It is as natural as listening to healing music or looking at healing colors or using homeopathy or any other energy medicine or enjoying some sunshine; these energies are all present in nature, and in us. With BRT, this energy can be used to enable the body to regain balance, health, and well-being, without guesswork.
What does this mean for health?
This means that there is help available for any individual regardless of the problem - allergies, emotions, food intolerances, parasites, psychoses, sensitivities, skin problems, drug damage, toxins, anything from A to Z. Bioresonance therapy can detect stress, disease, pathology, and even psychoses. Whatever ails a body can be identified and addressed with BRT.
BRT helps the individual by enhancing one’s ‘good’ vibrations and stifling the damaging vibrations. It doesn’t take away existing healthy vibrations; it just facilitates a positive change in, or elimination of, the unhealthy ones.
BRT is useful for acute as well as chronic problems, and for conditions that elude diagnosis and/or cure by conventional means, and for which conventional medicine typically turns to merely management of symptoms.
Wraps, pads and bands known as ‘modulation mats’ are strategically placed on the patient’s body for the treatment. In the case of small animals, they can be placed on a brass plate that delivers the therapeutic frequency patterns.
The BICOM® 2000 Device
The BICOM 2000 is one such bioresonance device that can be used to both assess and treat vibrationally. It comes equipped with a unique biological frequency filter, and a long, comprehensive list itemizing the specific functions of hundreds of energy frequencies. The frequency range of the BICOM is 10Hz to 150 KHz. This range is adequate to treat all health issues in animals and people.
Horses really enjoy bioresonance therapy. Yawning is one indication that the therapy is having a beneficial effect.
For the assessment, there are several testing methods that can be used to provide information to the practitioner. A sensitive instrument called a bio-tensor, when held between the BICOM output plate and the recipient, moves in a certain way when the frequencies coming from the machine match the needs of the animal. Testing can also be done by feeling the pulse for changes that indicate when the right frequencies are present.
Testing vials may also be acquired to be used with the BICOM. Practitioners can get whatever ‘kits’ of vials they want, whatever pertains to their area of expertise. These s mall glass vials are sealed with homeopathic and electromagnetically-encoded frequencies inside that match many types of toxins, pathogens, etc. Kits include such things as bacteria, viruses, fungi, molds, heavy metals and toxins, degenerated cells, allergens, environmental loads, parasites, and much more. These vials are used to look for the presence of ‘static interference fields’ associated with these troublemakers – even dental materials, and the oral current and voltage (‘battery effect’ from the metals in the mouth). There are also vials that contain the frequencies of organs and tissues of horses, dogs and cats. These vials are used to locate problems and support the functioning of the various organs and tissues. When an offending frequency is found, then the BICOM can use the vial as input for neutralizing the offending frequencies.
With the BICOM device one can also measure the energetic status of each meridian (energy pathways of the body per Traditional Chinese Medicine). The practitioner can then use this information to further assess the patient’s situation.
Users of the BICOM receive specific training so they know how to efficiently use the device, because the vast range of possibilities involved with using this therapy can be overwhelming. The Electromagnetic Biofeedback Institute (EBI) offers BICOM equipment and training, and can provide the name of a trained BICOM practitioner near you. Visit www.bicomresonance.com for a wealth of case studies and other information. EBI specializes in providing training in electromagnetic biofeedback technologies using the BICOM 2000 to health care providers and physicians in the USA, Canada and Mexico.
Putting BICOM to work
This satisfied BRT recipient thinks it’s worth at least a kiss!
First, the horse is assessed. It is determined (by a series of tests) what areas should be addressed first. Physical, mental and emotional realms are considered. The initial assessment may take about 1/2 to 1hour; treatment lasts about 1 to 2 hours in most cases.
It is very important that the horse be given plenty of fresh, clean water before, during, and after the treatment, and during recovery. Water is essential for enabling the body to flush out the freed-up toxins.
The horse is then placed preferably in a stall with a level floor (so the horse is not strained muscularly or in the spine) with the BICOM device just outside of it (where the wires can reach; the horse should be kept from moving around). This should be in an area away from any device that may be radiating an electric field. The modulation mats, containing the sensors and outputs, are placed on the horse. Where on the horse they are placed depends on the assessment findings.
The selected vibration treatment vials or other input may then be placed in the input cup of the BICOM and the bioresonance treatment begins. The device emits the chosen frequencies to create the desired resonance effect on the patient.
Treatment times vary and can take anywhere from several minutes to two hours, depending on the condition of the horse. The duration of therapy sessions will usually change as the horse improves, as will time periods in between treatments.
What practitioners and horses say about BICOM
Horses enjoy the treatments and can be seen yawning, sighing, dozing or deep-sleeping, licking and chewing, stretching, sweating, and even urinating or defecating during the treatments. Horse-holders also have been known to take a snooze during the treatment as well. These are all welcome responses to the therapy.
“I’ve seen some very interesting results and a lot of very positive responses in the horses,” says horseman Howard Jesse of Tompkins, Saskatchewan in Canada. Howard’s friends call him a ‘horse mechanic’ because of his well-rounded equine experience, which includes the essentials such as hoof care, dental care, bodywork, BICOM, and more. But Howard maintains that he is a ‘whole horse mechanic’ and his mission is not to keep fixing things; he wants only to eliminate the causes of horses’ problems, and help them achieve ultimate balance for as long as possible. “Things I never thought could be cleared up - like cribbing, allergies, vaccine reactions, chronic conditions, even the tendency to grass-founder – have been helped greatly, and even eliminated.” He has been using the BICOM for about two years and is still astounded by its reliability and versatility.
Howard says that it is important, while testing, to determine what needs to be addressed first for the benefit of the body. It is vital to not overload the ‘filters’ of the body, so perhaps those need to be addressed and supported first before detoxification is addressed. It all depends on the individual.
Typically, more than one treatment is necessary, especially in chronic cases. Follow-up treatments are given as needed. Howard says, “Usually some results are seen after the first treatment – especially if the emotional needs are addressed first.” Some of his patients have been ‘finished’ with treatments after only 3. Also, Howard is quick to point out that the basics MUST be maintained – owners still need to do teeth and feet. “This really seems to hasten results for ultimate balance for ultimate performance,” says Howard.
What are some of the more common problems that surface in horses? Howard says, “There are some connections that I consistently see. One is that horses who have had a particular vaccine consistently test high (5-10 on a scale of 1-10, 10 being the worst) for vaccine stress, and oddly enough for an aeromonas bacteria (7-10). This same vaccine apparently creates serious emotional interference as well. I’ve seen a lot of damage from it – much more than any other vaccine… and I’ve seen damage from them all. The good news is I am finding that a lot of the damage can be minimized with bioresonance therapy without causing harm to the horse. No matter how bad things have looked, I’ve seen improvements, time after time. I have also seen volatile horses with spinal problems, high heavy metals readings, and/or pesticides change into calm, relieved horses after eliminating the heavy metals and pesticides. I have seen grass-founder horses test high in pollen allergies, then after treatment, the sensitivities to pollen AND grass are gone.” Howard pats his machine. “This little BICOM machine has helped a lot of horses,” he beams.
Dr. Chris Boardman, MBAcC, is Clinic Director of the Rosedale Clinic in Berkshire, UK, the Thames Valley's longest established Acupuncture, Homoeopathy and Bioresonance Practice. Dr. Boardman works with humans using many complementary modalities, including bioresonance therapy. He says that his patients are happy with the BICOM therapy, and “generally the response is good. The patients have enjoyed improved skin, improved elimination, better guts and immunity,” he says. When asked if he has ever found this kind of therapy to be troublesome in any way, he replied, “Very little in the way of therapy aggravation since the wavelengths used are mainly the patients’ own plus other programmed information, e.g. allergens, etc.” A caution, as is clearly stated on Rosedale’s website: “While on BICOM Therapy it is essential for an adult to drink 2 litres of water per day and to avoid alcohol and caffeine. BICOM Therapy is unsuitable for anyone with a pacemaker or in the early stages of pregnancy.”
Animal communicator and BICOM practitioner Brenda Hinton from St. Helena, CA works with animals and humans. “I do find my work taking me to horses,” she says, “and as I follow the energy I am delighted. I am no horsewoman (yet) but as they draw me into their world we are moving towards a wonderful relationship.” Brenda briefly relates a BICOM story that comes to mind that illustrates how quickly things can be turned around with the BICOM. “A 17-year-old Swedish Warmblood mare suddenly became very high-strung. The owner’s older (20+ years) retired Spanish Arabian mare suddenly became lame and stand-offish. Both started these behaviors when they were boarded together in a new pasture. I began testing with the vials and a real sensitivity to ‘wood preservative’ came up, which seemed a bit odd, but I have learned NEVER to discount what comes up. It turns out there was a BIG pile of old telephone poles hidden in the brush and overgrown weeds. I treated twice with the BICOM, she moved what poles she could, and did her best to keep the horses away. She called 4 days after my initial visit to say the two girls were back to their old selves, no more jitters, and a much less prominent limp. I went back for a second treatment and both came up ‘clear’ for the wood preservative, and they ‘thanked’ me!”
Brenda says her experience with horses in particular has been “so wonderful, actually very different than any other animal. They are VERY open to the energetic work with the BICOM, very responsive and very quick to react to treatment. Their energy fields are much bigger so I can be several feet away and get a reading from them for testing.” Brenda will be traveling to Germany in January to work with a prominent veterinarian, expert BICOM practitioner and teacher, Dr. Claudia May at an animal clinic in Munich. “This vet is super and loves to work with horses, so I'm excited about spending some time with her again - we worked together in Washington, DC earlier this year.”
Dr. May currently has four BICOMs in her veterinary practice, and they run all day. Her clinic sees up to a hundred animals a day and her main mode of therapy with the animals is BICOM.
Bioresonance practitioner Diane Taudvin in Ashland, OR, who also trained with Dr. May, says, “I’ve used the BICOM device with cats and dogs, not yet with horses. I'm mainly a person who works with people. I generally get very good results. My own animals have had remarkable responses and those who own pets I treat say that they can see obvious improvements in their animals. One day my 17-year-old Jack Russell terrier could no longer arise from a lying down position. His hindquarters had no strength. I treated him twice with the BICOM using programs for detoxification and joint issues. He got up and walked around for another year and several months. He finally died at the age of 18 years and 4 months. I've had similar results with my other lame dog."
Practitioner and BICOM instructor MaryAnn Kilmartin of California, who works mostly with people, says, “I haven’t worked with horses at all but have treated dogs for hyperactivity and parasites. It worked like a dream. The exciting thing about working with animals is that they don't have psychological interference! The symptom that a human may want removed may be down several layers that have to be addressed/ treated first. I have seen many amazing events using the BICOM with humans - paralyzed limbs recovering feeling, cholesterol going down dramatically, blood glucose stabilizing, allergies going away, rashes and scars disappearing overnight... I have also seen nothing happen (which is quite disappointing). Lately, I have adapted the work to psychotherapeutic issues and I am having dramatic results. What used to take me months to accomplish doing regular verbal therapy takes a few sessions using bioresonance.”
Dr. Jim Krewatch, a Pittsburgh, PA veterinarian, has been introducing BRT to his own dog and other animal patients for the last 4-5 months. “Presently I have 2 allergy patients, one herpes-virus cat, one lyme-positive dog and one cancer patient under treatment. Three months ago, an additional canine cancer patient named Sally had an ultrasound-guided needle biopsy of a mesenteric lymph node, which came back "malignant" from the pathologist. The BICOM 2000 indicated that the cancer was present for the first two treatments. When Sally came in for her third treatment, I could not detect any signs of the cancer at all. That was 2 months ago and at 14 years old Sally is doing really well now.”
He adds, “My own 7-year-old golden retriever named Lavern has had hip dysplasia since a pup as well as chronic allergies and chronic skin and ear problems. She has a wonderful personality and loves to go places and to be with people and other dogs. Unfortunately she didn't walk very well which really held her back. That has all changed since her BICOM treatments. She is now playing and romping with our other dogs again. Needless to say the entire Krewatch family is delighted and very thankful. Her allergy symptoms have improved but she remains under treatment for this still.”
Dr. Krewatch says that his limited personal experience so far has matched what most experienced practitioners have told him time and time again. “Treat all the animals you can and don't count out even the most ill ones. You won't cure all the patients but you can help them all.”
He continues to be “amazed and honored because of what I have seen and have been able to accomplish with BRT. I consider it a privilege to help my patients with the BICOM 2000.”
In Nampa, ID, Shauna Ault, DVM, has been just as enthralled and privileged. She relates, “Spirit, a 14-year-old Quarter Horse mare, afflicted with Equine Protozoal Myelitis (EPM) 2 1/2 years ago, was considered essentially ‘untreatable’ due to the severity of her illness, and was on the verge of being euthanized before I adopted her. Symptoms included neurologic degeneration with weakness, ataxia (wobbliness), muscle atrophy (loss) in some areas, and hypertrophy (abnormal development) in other areas, distortion of the lower joints and hooves as a result of abnormal stance, and difficulty maintaining normal weight despite a good appetite. Therapy with BICOM was begun 7/14/03, initially removing blocks to therapy. Therapy proceeded 8 days and 10 days later, supporting organs and meridians. The third and fourth therapies progressed to addressing the damaged neurologic system and stimulation of healing processes at the cellular level. The fifth and sixth therapies addressed pain and inflammation symptoms.”
Results so far (6 treatments over a 3-month period): Improved weight gain and muscle distribution, straighter stance and improved ability to walk straight, markedly reduced dosages of medications and supplements needed, improved overall attitude, able to run and play with other horses without difficulty.
“I plan to continue treatments about twice a month, addressing whatever she tests for as needed during her healing process. I don't know as yet how far she can progress, but judging from her response to treatment so far, I am hopeful she will regain full function and be a normal horse again.”
Bioresonance therapy is not a once and done thing, especially in today’s world. But after a few sessions with the BICOM, horses can eliminate many of the frequency stresses of the body, in an amazingly short amount of time, putting themselves on the road back to health. Bioresonance cannot do it all – it merely facilitates. A horse must, of course, be fed, watered, have his hooves properly trimmed, teeth properly managed, and have a decent living arrangement. BICOM can detect if these areas are troubling the horse, but cannot trim a hoof, float teeth, or clean up a toxic environment.
Like homeopathy, each bioresonance treatment is chosen to fit the individual. Each horse’s unique vibrations are addressed; therefore each treatment will differ from one horse to another.
This article is not intended to be used as medical advice and is for informational purposes only.
Article reprinted by exclusive permission from Natural Horse Magazine®.
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