Explanation and History of Bioresonance Therapy

Imagine a therapy session that not only reduces the stress on the body of your patient but also improves symptoms or conditions such as asthma, allergies, eczema, chronic pain management, migraines, hormonal and metabolic imbalances. But what exactly is Bioresonance Therapy? How do you administer it? There are important factors that you should consider when looking at a new therapy.

What exactly is Bioresonance Therapy?

Bioresonance Therapy is a type of therapy that uses frequencies to identify and elevate certain conditions and illnesses. This leads to revitalizing the self-regulatory system which then creates a healthier body.

Our body consists of various parts. Every cell, organ, muscle, bone, and tissue emits. Scientists can measure and record this. The culmination of each resonates harmoniously creating the BEF, or Body Energy Field.

In the same way that a cell’s energy can be recorded, the pathogens can also be recorded. These pathogenic frequencies interrupt the natural frequencies of a healthy body (BEF) causing illnesses, fatigue, and poor performance.

Pathogens are microorganisms that cause illnesses, so when a body is suffering from allergies or any other condition due to these pathogens, the body gives off a specific signal that Bioresonance Therapists can identify.

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Identification is done through the use of a machine which records a frequency and locates the abnormalities. The therapist then administers therapy based on the individual’s needs.

How it’s administered:

These machines find specific pathogens by matching pathogenic signals in the patient. The pain-free and non-invasive approach is used to locate these pathogens.

Then, the therapist connects the hand with an input electrode. This relays the patterns through various acupuncture points to the machine. The machine then separates the healthy and unhealthy patterns.

As the patient lies on a mat, the therapist strengthens the healthy waves and addresses the weak ones through energy healing. Thus, reducing stress on your patient and the unhealthy conditions in his/her body.

Bioresonance Therapy:

It boasts a range of benefits. The therapy is also believed to neutralize allergies, counteract fatigue, and improve sleeping habits. The overall result is a stronger body without the pain and side effects of surgery or traditional medication.

Furthermore, Bioresonance Therapists believe that the machines can pinpoint the distribution of cells. This is based on the theory that damaged cells produce a different frequency than healthy cells, making it identifiable.

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History of Bioresonance:

In 1970, Dr. Franz Morell, a German medical doctor, used the idea of homeopathy to come up with his concept that there could be electromagnetic signals from the body. Homeopathy believes that water contains memory and no matter how diluted a substance is, it can still be traced in that water.

Because humans comprises of 70% water, Dr. Franz Morell believed that the body could be storing information and that it was possible to get this information electronically.

Luckily for him, his son-in-law, Erich Rasche, was an electronics engineer. They began to work on developing a device that would relay electromagnetic waves. This device was a biofeedback therapy device that would eventually lead to the technology we have today.

Conclusion:

In conclusion, Bioresonance Therapy, with its painless methods and a wide range of options, is an exceptional alternative to traditional medical procedures. Both the BioScan MSA and BioScan SRT can help with your patient’s health.  Please contact us for more on how BioScan can be integrated into your practice.


 
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