Bioresonance therapy is a holistic physical method that can be used diagnostically and therapeutically to treat various diseases. Bioresonance uses the electromagnetic waves it receives from the patient. This biophysical method of treatment alters the energy field of the affected organism, increasing the effectiveness of the autoimmune system, thus improving the patient’s overall health.
At the Swiss Biological Medicine Center, we utilise Ondamed for the provision of bioresonance therapy. The process provides painless and non-invasive complement or alternative pain relief options, supporting surgery and drugs. It can enhance the effectiveness of conventional treatments, accelerate recovery time while reducing side effects.
This gentle and non-invasive therapy is suitable for everyone, but it can be particularly insightful in cases of:
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Unexplained illness
- Lyme disease
Bioresonance therapy is based on the principle of electro-magnetic induction to a highly focused pulsed electromagnetic field that penetrates deep into a targeted region of the body. It painlessly stimulates tissue eliciting a pulsed biofeedback signal to alert the therapist of potential treatment foci. The aim is to restore ‘self-regulation’, the body’s ability to heal itself.
During bioresonance therapy electrodes are placed on your skin, and these are linked to a machine that emits electromagnetic signals. The machine sends a gentle impulse to your body. If your cells are balanced and healthy, the machine will read a clear signal coming back. If there’s any disturbance in your body’s biomagnetic field, the returning signal will be much weaker.
Bioresonance is used for a number of conditions including relief from pain, osteoporosis, smoking cessation and others, promoting relaxation and improved sleeping patterns, as well as improved circulation. It complements existing treatments, including pharmaceuticals, homeopathic remedies, and nutritional supplements, and it is safely used with other therapeutic modalities. The patients respond faster and the effects are longer lasting.