Client Testimony: Buddy, Sweetie, and Bicom

Buddy and Sweetie are a Pekinese dog and a Siberian cat, respectively. They both have been receiving Bicom therapy for years as a part of a holistic approach to their overall wellness and health. It all started after Buddy was diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease (IVDD), at which point Sweetie was along for the ride. We interview their owner below to find out how Bicom therapy has helped her furry companions.

"She loves her Bicom. She just loves it!"

Buddy the Pekinese (representation)

Buddy the Pekinese (representation)


Q: Can you tell us a little bit about Buddy and Sweetie? How did they come into your life?

A: Buddy was a rescue from Arkansas. I got him from a rescue that goes to kill shelters to rescue dogs and brings them up here. He was actually owned previously by a woman who had him and another Pekinese, a little girl, and she kept the girl and gave Buddy away. Sweetie is a purebred Siberian who I got from a breeder. Shes been in ill health since before I got her... Her mother was sick when I got her, which should have told me something, but I wanted to help her.

Q: How did you hear about Bicom therapy?

A: Well, I had heard a recommendation from someone about our vet, and the vet came with the Bicom. Her office was actually a pretty far drive, but I was happy to drive over to her because it made such a difference for them. Her treatment room is like no other—it's just a peaceful place, with lots of windows to the woods.

Q: So the vet is the one who introduced you to Bicom therapy?

A: We started Bicom therapy after Buddy had a nose surgery—he's a Pekinese, so they have nose trouble. So he had the nose surgery to open up his nostrils, but he was in a cage for 7 hours waiting for his (previous) vet to come operate. The office said Buddy wasn't jumping or anything, but it seems like he was, because it really ended up hurting his back. So we originally started going to the vet and she started him on Bicom therapy to help his back pain. It became apparent pretty quickly that his pain was actually from intervertebral disc disease, so we were using the Bicom to help him manage that. He ended up needing surgery, but he received Bicom treatment throughout his recovery, and it has really helped him. 

Q: How's he doing now?

 A: He is actually doing excellent now. We changed his diet, so he only eats organic, natural, no-fat chicken and fish now. About four years ago, we moved too far away from the vet to keep going, so I have been taking him to acupuncture every few weeks, and he gets long-distance Bicom treatment once a month. But I wish there was someone closer to us that we could go visit in person—my pets were so much healthier when they were there getting the Bicom treatment.

Q: But he's still doing alright, and running around?

A: Oh, yes! He runs around everywhere, he has a lot of energy. But I just wish I could take him for Bicom therapy instead of acupuncture. It's so much gentler than acupuncture.

Q: Does Sweetie also get Bicom treatment?

A: Oh, she loves her Bicom. She just loves it! I started taking her when I started taking Buddy. But she also has cystitis and kidney disease, so as soon as that occurred we started her on the Bicom. The vet has a little basket she had Sweetie lie down in to receive treatment, and she loves that basket! I actually bought one so she can be in it at home. She loves that basket, and she’s doing really well. She gets so relaxed.

 Q: Before we wrap up, is there anything you want other pet owners to know about Bicom therapy?  

A: It's a beautiful modality. I wish you could get more people to buy it so I could take Sweetie and Buddy for treatment more often!

Sweetie and her basket

Sweetie and her basket

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of a third party client and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Galaxy Health Technology LLC.

Training Seminar December 2018

Bicom bioresonance device training will be offered in Bethesda, MD (Near Washington DC) this december. Training is offered for practitioners across Americas, including the USA, Canada, Mexico, and Central and South America. Biocommunication is a project of Galaxy health Technology, LLC.

Join us for our 2018 Bicom training seminar! We’ll be welcoming several new Bicom users (and prospective users!) and will be joined by our wonderful Dr. Cassandra, who will instruct on several topics including:

- Basic principles of the Bicom method & general use of the device
- Clinical studies
- Features of the Bicom device (therapy parameters and therapy modules)
- Diagnosis and treatment of allergies
- Pain management 
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Strengthening of the immune system
- Financial aspects and purchase depreciation

These are just some of the topics that will be covered in the seminar.

We hope you’ll join us!

AHVMA Conference & Updates

Sweetie the cat received Bicom Bioresonance therapy during the American Holistic Veterinary Association’s 2018 conference. Bicom bioresonance Treatment made her feel relaxed and happy, and has been part of her holistic veterinary treatment program for many years. Biocommunication is a project of Galaxy health Technology, LLC.

Hi Bicom users!

We were very excited to meet some old and new users and friends at our booth at the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association annual conference this year!

We learned a lot from everyone who stopped by and got to share some updates about our new Bicom Optima Plus machines.

We even brought some furry friends, Sweetie and Buddy, and they relaxed and spent time with us while receiving Bicom treatment. Sweetie was especially happy:

Since the conference ended, we’ve been hard at work making more connections in the veterinary community around the country and the world. We’ve been preparing some exciting things that will be coming your way soon, so keep your eyes peeled!

As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

We hope to see you all at next year’s conference!