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Bicom at the AHVMA Conference

Sweetie enjoyed Bicom bioresonance therapy at the AHVMA conference in 2018.The Biocommunication team headed to Orlando, Florida for the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association annual conference this year. The team had a wonderful experience meeting some old and new friends and therapists at our booth.

We learned a lot from everyone who stopped by and got to share some updates about our new Bicom Optima PLUS machines, like their low deep frequency function and touch screen functionality (we can't help but brag a little!). 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—look at her little face!

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!

 

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