What is Bioresonance Therapy?
All substances and materials, including every cell and part of the body as well as viruses, bacteria, pollen, toxins etc emit electromagnetic waves. Each substance has a highly specific wavelength or frequency pattern. Some frequency patterns are harmonious while others are disharmonious. Disharmonious frequency patterns can cause problems within the body.
Bioresonance therapy analyses frequency patterns from the patient’s body or from harmful substances to diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses. The treatment involves a holistic approach, rather than targeting symptoms. The aim of Bioresonance therapy is not to suppress or mask a symptom but to remove the cause.
It is non-invasive and like acupuncture and homeopathy, it is a form of complementary medicine and is useful for supplementing conventional medicine.
As a general rule, the body has very good self-healing powers. The body also possesses a phenomenal regulation system which can help to restore equilibrium repeatedly in response to unusual influences (stressors) acting on the body.
However, in our modern world we are constantly bombarded by stressors, causing disharmonious frequency patterns. Some of these include:
- Chemical additives in our food and drinking water
- Environmental toxins
- Radiation stressors
- Exposure to chemical substances
These stressors can become all too much for some people and we see the result in non-specific disturbances to wellbeing, poor performance, chronic fatigue or even serious physical disturbances. If the body experiences too many stressors or stressors over a prolonged period, this can impede or even block the body’s regulatory ability as well as its self-healing powers.
At a cellular level, the Bicom Machine used in Bioresonance Therapy can quickly and painlessly test what may be stressing the body. It can assist to bring the body back into a state of balance, enabling it to self-regulate once more. This is achieved by placing input electrodes over the affected area of the body, then depending on symptoms and therapy program selected, these frequency patterns are modulated to create therapy frequency patterns which are then applied to the patient via the output electrode.