Bioresonance Therapy

What Is Bioresonance?
Bioresonance therapy has successfully been used in Germany and other parts of the world for about 30 years. This therapy is based on the premise that each individual has its own “vibration.” The human body emits electromagnetic waves. When you’re ill, the oscillations emitted by diseased cells and organs are different than those produced by healthy tissues. The Bicom devices used in bioresonance can help detect and reverse these changes.

Environmental stressors, toxins, bacteria, parasites, and food chemicals affect your body’s electromagnetic waves. These factors weaken your immune system, leaving you vulnerable to diseases. Many ailments share common symptoms. Bioresonance therapy helps identify the cause of disease by separating your body’s electromagnetic waves into healthy and unhealthy components. Based on your condition, the therapist will prescribe a treatment.

What Conditions Can Bioresonance Help with?
The aim of bioresonance is to isolate pathological oscillations and return them back to your body in a modified form. It’s been used on the following conditions:

  • Alcohol and nicotine addiction
  • Food allergies and sensitivities
  • Heavy metal toxicity
  • Skin problems
  • Hay fever
  • Asthma
  • Psychosomatic diseases
  • Sleep disorders
  • Digestive disorders
  • Hormonal problems
  • Pain relief
  • Restore energy levels

This form of treatment is safe, non invasive and causes no pain.

How Effective Is Bioresonance?
This therapy is used in 85 countries worldwide. Hundreds of studies confirm the healing power of the BICOM. A study conducted on 79 cases of allergic skin conditions has reported a 74.7 % recovery rate after the administration of tests and desensitization treatments with the BICOM device. Another study conducted on 300 children with

asthma has found that BICOM had a 93.3 % effectiveness rate. However its important to distinguish that Bioresonance therapy has not been medically validated and therefore it does not replace medical advice or medical treatment. Your GP should always be consulted in the first instance.