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birdie67
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Hi,

Wondering if people still go to Germany to see Dr W for the photon treatment?

I have read many stories of healing from his treatments and was wondering if he still is doing it and if people are still going?

Thank you!

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Yes, he is treating people and yes, people are going; 17hens recently returned.
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I'm planning to go see dr. W this summer
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Hi Birdie- there are many threads on the Bionic and on PE 1 I believe. Just put them into the search box and you will find a lot of info. Blessings...
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So if I recall the photon treatment is a good part of the protocol that was talked about. Was another significant part the UV blood treatment?

How many times to patients get the UV blood treatment while in Germany?

Thanks, MattH

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Thank you very much for your replies. I am considering going this summer as well. I need to research it more but it sure does sound interesting!
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I returned from Dr. W's last August. -There's a thread somewhere in here called "Steph's Post-Germany Adventures" about it.

Lots has changed since I returned. If you're interested in knowing more, PM me [Smile]

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He does ozone blood treatment, different from UV.

I went back in 2008 and didn't get it, though some who went did. Now I think he's doing it on all Americans (honestly, we all probably need it).

I am still well after doing the treatment then coming back and continuing for another 9 months.

People are still going. I know a guy who went a couple months ago.

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Manybites,

Do you feel that the treatment helped you and your son? I do have babesia but am treating it first before I would go to Germany.

Thank you for your input!

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I would not have gotten well if I hadn't treated after returning from Germany.

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6goofy - what did you have to treat after returning?

Regarding IV ozone, it is available in the US as well. I received it from my doc, was very helpful but did not get me over the hump (still not there yet).

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Ozone is available in the US.
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quote:
Originally posted by MichaelTampa:
6goofy - what did you have to treat after returning?

I had to continue treating Lyme or it would come back. After a while I didn't have a problem with it.

I also treated with blood to get any remaining infections (babesia and bartonella). Along with detox (many methods).

I detailed all of it in my blog as I went through it starting with my trip to Germany in Oct. 2008.

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quote:
Originally posted by manybites:


But I had neurolyme and yes it did not kill it.I have many strains I guess.

I think most of us have/had neurolyme. It took me 9 months to reach remission upon my return, and much of that treatment was with blood so that I reached the other pathogens as well as the borrelia.

I also do not believe that we ever get rid of every single borrelia bacteria. Dr. W believes that we change the frequency of them so they no longer harm our body. This is why we can relapse. This is why I work so hard to eat right, exercise, sleep, etc., so I stay healthy.

Really, any infection can come back ... strep, chicken pox, mono, etc. That's why we tend to get sick easier when we're run down.

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I have started on A-BAB and will move to antibiotics soon for the babesia. I am very new to all of this and trying to research everything I can to be informed. I also have bartonella and lyme.

I am thinking, after I treat for a while, that going to Germany might be a good option.

Right now I am herxing just from the A-bab, so I know I have a long road ahead of me.

I also have nuerolyme.

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