Bioresonance therapy was deleveloped over 20 years ago in Germany. Today, the technique is almost mainstream in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. These three countries account for over 8000 practitioners with three-quarters of these having orthodox medical training. In China, BICOM therapy is used exclusively in children’s hospitals. In other countries, including Australia, the technique is seen as a complementary therapy.
What is Bioresonance?
This electronic system provides visual and auditory signals corresponding to the patient’s physiological status. It detects changes in physiological functions that are outside of normal awareness, amplifies these signals and provides this as feedback to the patient with the intention of promoting the healing process. Examples of use are pain reduction, muscle relaxation, stress reduction and reduction of allergic reactions