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Bioresonance

What is Bioresonance ?

Resonance therapy is a complementary medicine treatment that makes energy-based changes in the body with the help of an electronic device.

Resonance simply means the reinforcement of waves by synchronous frequencies. In bioresonance therapies, electromagnetic vibrations that our body emits are registered by a device and returned to the patient in a modified form with a healing effect.

The basic principle of bioresonance therapies is that every cell, tissue, or organ in the organism emits electromagnetic signals and leaves traces behind. Bioresonance therapy protects the electromagnetic field, frees the body from various unnecessary vibrations, and supports the organism in the healing process.


As a rule, 2 types of devices are used for the therapies;

  1. The Classic Bioresonance Devices

    With his experience in electro-acupuncture and homeopathy, the German doctor Franz Morell and electrical engineer Erich Rache developed the first therapy device in the 1970s. The electromagnetic vibrations of the body can be detected with a sensor (electrodes) and directed into the therapy device. The device picks up the vibrations (endogenous or exogenous) and electronically separates the healthy from the sick. Then the device clears the pathological vibrations and returns the healthy signals to the body.

    Exogenous: Allergens, toxic substances, chemicals, addictive substances, viruses, bacterial fungi or tissue samples, chemical or homeopathic medicines are introduced into the device, and the electromagnetic signal  is taken from them. The electromagnetic vibration extracted from these substances is used as it is or amplified if they are beneficial. Those with harmful or allergens are used by reversing in the solid phase. This inversion is the process of weakening the electromagnetic frequency associated with this substance.

    Endogenous: Electrodes of different sizes are used as a signal source on the patient's electrically weak organs and body areas.

  2. Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (Pemf Therapy)

    PEMF therapy is designed to mimic the body's own signals to activate the normal healing process. The mechanism of PEMF is relatively easy to understand. Magnetic impulses are generated with electrical energy, which is then sent through bones and injured tissue. The magnetic impulses generate an electrical signal that is used to stimulate cell regeneration. The magnetic force creates weak electrical currents in cells and bones.

    Treatments are usually scheduled once a week and it takes an average of 1 hour.

    Bioresonance therapy can be used in various areas. First of all, this therapy was used for allergy treatments and achieved positive results. It is also commonly used for treating nicotine and eating addictions in Turkey.

    In addition, bioresonance therapy can also be used to regulate metabolism, and treat chronic pain, neuropathies, infections, depression, panic attacks, MS, Parkinson's, and similar diseases.

    Source: Dr.Ersal Salih Isik Resonance Therapy Compilation Clinic Turkey 2014; 5(4)

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