Last Chance for an Arabian Stud

By Ruth Bass

I have a Master's degree in Equine Management. I have also been a BICOM practitioner for many years. My first contact with the BICOM medical equipment was ten years ago through my father. While he was practicing in Augsburg, Germany as a gynecologist, he had the idea to try BICOM Resonance on horses in order to assure me a second job. What began slowly nine years ago, more or less as a hobby, developed more and more into a full time career. The success was amazing. Today I want to present a case that is my favorite.

In March 2000, my husband received, as a gift, a beautiful Shagya-Arabian stallion, Mahal. According to X-ray and clinical diagnosis he suffered from Kissing Spines. Consequently, he could not be ridden. Mahal was considered unpredictable and mean to other horses. His first therapy appointment was rather difficult because of the condition his spine was in - even an incredibly light (100 g) electrode placed on the horse caused him to buckle at the knees. However, he relaxed, almost instantly, as soon as the BICOM therapy began. Later on, a chiropractic vet adjusted Mahal, It turned out that on top of everything else he suffered from a massive harness constraint injury, which made him buck as soon as something was strapped to his back. With a lot of patience, regular BICOM Resonance Therapy treatments, and gymnastic exercise, we succeeded after a period of 3 months in mounting Mahal for the first time.

But now time was short. Three months later, Mahal was scheduled to go for a stallion performance evaluation in order to be able to participate again in the stud competitions. He mastered the intensive training required for this evaluation without it being more than he could handle. Shortly thereafter, he passed the stallion performance test. During that test, he slipped with his hind legs in a turn, twisting his back. Therefore, he was lame during the last veterinary check of the day. He was scheduled to go for the 40 km distance ride the following day.

Here again, BICOM Resonance helped. I was able to use the BICOM therapy without hesitation, as it is not prohibited, unlike doping. The BICOM 2000 programs for inflammation enabled him to be fit for the next morning's run, so much so that he completed the distance ride in record time. Afterwards, there were no problems.

Mahal was tried and tested successfully in tournament sports again in the following year, 2001, and in versatility sports in 2002. We do know that fine horsemanship is involved, but without BICOM Resonance Therapy, Mahal would not have had a second chance!

Ruth Bass, veterinary ND, Bachhagel/Germany

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