What is Biofeedback and Bioresonance therapy?
The basic theory that underpins Biofeedback and Bioresonance therapy is that all matter, animate or inanimate, radiates energy. Everything absorbs energy by unique wave fields. As all matter radiates energy and that radiation will differ according to the matter it relates to, this means that each element will have a unique identity, its own unique fingerprint. The radiation or energy levels are converted into a format using the Biofeedback/Bioresonance medical scanning device that is easily understood by an accredited practitioner.
A trained, experienced practitioner will be able to identify the results and interpret their meaning based on the results produced by the Biofeedback/Bioresonance device, as displayed above.
Full information and pricing on the Bioresonance Devices can be found here.
Bioresonance is being used in Cerne, Switzerland for Autistic issues and also in some hospitals in Germany. This has helped so many practitioners and patients assess their health issues including food intolerances.
Energy healing or vibrational healing has been around for thousands of years and includes therapies such as acupuncture, kinesiology, sound therapy, yoga, and reflexology and often uses a base of Chi or Prana to restore and balance harmony to the body. Bioresonance works much in the same way but has an added technique which includes assessing the particular health issue by way of scanning and correlating the information in the database using the patients hair sample as a unique ’fingerprint’ of the person’s identity.
This ensures that the reading is based on a personal set of results that match the patient’s unique vibrational energy. In this case it will produce a set of foods and drinks that the person needs to avoid helping maintain and achieve balance and harmony in their body restoring homeostasis and good health, mentally, emotionally physically and spiritually. I have been working in Bioresonance therapy for the past 22 years having completed research whilst at the University of Northampton completing my Masters of Science degree. Based on this research and the hundreds of thousands of health screening tests I have completed over the years I have written a book to explain about how this therapy is perceived to work with regard to the subject of Food sensitivities, intolerances and allergies. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is on the increase because there is evidence that people who suffer with health issues mainly want a ‘holistic’ approach, an approach that looks at their physical symptoms but also takes into account the ‘state of minds and emotional wellbeing.