Understanding and Treating Colic in Horses with Bioresonance Therapy
Colic is a common yet potentially fatal condition in horses that can cause significant distress to both the animal and the owner. In the latest newsletter, we delve into the therapeutic possibilities offered by bioresonance therapy as a complementary treatment to traditional veterinary care.
Bioresonance as a Supplementary Treatment
While immediate veterinary intervention is crucial in a colic episode, bioresonance therapy can play a supportive role. It aims to reduce the susceptibility to colic by addressing blockages and underlying causes that contribute to the condition.
The therapy follows a structured scheme known as the KTT scheme, which includes:
Follow-up therapy to remove blockages and open elimination pathways
Targeted therapy using “stress ampoules” with specific programs (191, 197, or 10325)
Harmonization with “harmonizing ampoules” (programs 192, 198, or 10327)
Stabilization using “Stabilizing Ampoules” from the 5 Elements Test Set
Attenuation if necessary with “Attenuating Ampoules”
Before these therapies, it’s essential to test for burdensome information such as food intolerances, allergies, and environmental stresses, as outlined in the September 2023 newsletter.
Allergy and Pathogen Programs
For allergies and food intolerances, specific program chains have been effective, and for pathogen-related stress, there are dedicated programs for candida, bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections.
Intestinal Regulation and Immune Modulation
A range of general programs are available for intestinal regulation, improving blood values, and addressing specific symptoms like diarrhea and constipation. Additionally, immune modulation programs are designed to strengthen and regulate the immune system, reduce stress, and address immunodeficiency.
The newsletter emphasizes that these programs are a selection from many that can be individually tailored after testing, as detailed in the program manual.
Crucially, it’s also recommended to address housing and feeding conditions that may contribute to colic, highlighting the need for a holistic approach to management and therapy.
For a deeper understanding of these therapies and to learn about the specific runtime and amplification for each program, interested individuals are encouraged to attend KTT seminars and special seminars on allergies.
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