What is Bioresonance Therapy?
Bioresonance Therapy is based on several areas of applied physics, particularly the behaviour of light as both a particle and a wave, or frequency pattern. All cells in the body emit a frequency. If the cells are functioning well, their frequency is ‘resonant’ with the other cells in that particular organ system. If they’re not functioning well, their frequency is ‘dissonant’ with that organ or biological system. Bioresonance Therapy aims to restore a resonant communication between cells, thus restoring the health of the biological system.
The Bioresonance Therapy device works in a similar way to noise cancelling earphones (or acupuncture). It is designed to detect physiological signals from the body and provide feedback to re-balance any dissonant signals or disrupted frequency patterns. According to research*, Bioresonance Therapy may be helpful in assessing and treating chronic, inflammatory conditions including:
- chronic pain (ie back, neck, joint)
- food sensitivities
- stopping smoking or other addictive substances.
Assessments and treatment programs are tailored to meet the needs of the individual by our Bioresonance Therapist, Amanda Harasym. Session length and number of sessions are determined in an initial 90 minute consultation which includes a detailed bioresonance assessment and history taking.
*research available on request