Experience Reports Bioresonance according to Paul Schmitt

Case reports relating to Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt

- Stroke – Unsteady gait and dizziness after several strokes

Patient recovered surprisingly well and can walk normally again.

The 68 year-old patient suffered three strokes, with formation of blood clots in various areas of the brain. Since then, the consequences were an unsteady gait and dizziness. She was hardly able to walk without help. The question arose weather she would need to give up her apartment and move into an assisted living. In addition, there was an irreversible restriction of the visual field, so that the patient was not allowed to drive a car anymore.

Bioresonance analysis revealed energetic dysregulation of the circulatory system, central nervous system and the endocrine system.

The dizziness has gone and the patient can walk significantly better. Altogether a very stable general condition. She can remain in her own apartment. Furthermore, her eyesight has improved to a degree that the patient is able to drive again.

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Reported by Beate Borkenfels, naturopath, Kamen.

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Important information: All information in the case reports refer to the energetic approach and must not be confused with the conventional medical point of view. Bioresonance falls within the domain of empirical medicine. Traditional orthodox medicine does not currently accept or even recognise the effects of bioenergetic oscillations. Therefore, the correlations described go sometimes far beyond the current state of science. These pages are for your information and inspiration only. They are not a substitute for a doctor or naturopath in case of a specific illness. The specialist reports are meant for orientation and learning purposes. They are not suitable as therapy recommendations for other cases. This also applies to similar cases. It always depends on the individual circumstances of each case. The specialist reports are therefore no substitute for a specific individual examination and treatment of each patient. The reports are mere reproductions of experiences that individual users had in individual cases. In no way can effectiveness claims be associated herewith. Nor should the impression be created that these experiences can basically be applied in all cases. There are no promised cures associated either. This would also not be permissible in terms of law and order.