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  • Writer's pictureFrederique Peeters

Test, Diagnose and Treat with Bioresonance Therapy

Updated: Jun 6

What is Bioresonance Therapy?
Bioresonance Therapy at Vitruvian Wellness, London NW3 2BE

What is Bioresonance Therapy?

Bioresonance is a form of regulatory medicine, just like Homeopathy, Acupuncture and other recognised complementary therapy methods, and is an effective tried and tested method.

Bioresonance therapy is one of the medical treatments that can complement conventional medicine. the term "bio" comes from the Greek and translated means "life". The word "resonare", however, comes from Latin and stands figuratively for "resonance" or "echoing". Bioresonance Therapy activates the self-healing powers of the body, so that the body can heal itself.

Bioresonance therapy is a painless non-invasive and swift method of testing and treatment that offers the possibility of specifically treating all kinds of diseases successfully. This is exciting because many conditions, in particular allergic and chronic diseases, are not easily cured. In fact, they are rarely cured with conventional medical methods.

What is Bioresonance Therapy Used for?

When we are not feeling well, the body's bio-field becomes distorted due to environmental, chemical or emotional stress. Bioresonance systems are used to scan the body and then correct imbalances in the human bio-field and stimulate the functions of the body. The technology (originating from Germany) is designed to adjust your body’s energy patterns and effectively ‘tune’ them to a harmonious frequency, which can help with problems hidden deep in your physiology.

Bioresonance is based on the idea that unhealthy cells or organs emit altered electromagnetic waves due to DNA damage. Proponents of Bioresonance believe that detection of these waves can be used to diagnose disease, while changing these waves back to their normal frequency will treat disease.

Bioresonance uses electromagnetic frequencies to detect pathologies, bacteria, viruses and parasites as well as toxins and other harmful substances. It can be used to reliably detect food intolerances, allergies of all kinds, to help with detoxification and is incredibly potent for treatments of addiction (to stop smoking, or alcohol abuse etc.)

How does Bioresonance Therapy work?

To use Bioresonance, electrodes are placed on the skin and hooked up to a machine that “reads” the energy wavelengths coming from the body. This is the process of diagnosis. Then, those energy frequencies can be manipulated by the machine to allow the body’s cells to vibrate at their “natural frequency,” which purportedly treats the condition.

For optimal results we recommend combining Bioresonance with a Naturopathy consultation. Naturopathy focuses on the body’s capacity to heal itself by using a variety of natural therapies. After a Bioresonance analysis, our Naturopath Leah will give you recommendations on nutrition, fasting, water intake and exercise. She will also recommend approved natural healing practices such as herbal medicine, Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Colon Hydrotherapy and Ozone Therapy (soon to come to our centre). At a time when modern technology, environmental pollution, poor diet, and stress play a significant role in the degradation of health, a Naturopath’s ability to apply natural methods of healing is of considerable importance.

Where the Bioresonance diagnostics indicate a deficiency or an imbalance in vitamins, minerals and/or amino acids, we would recommend a course of IV Nutrient Therapy to replenish those deficiencies. By intravenously administering these nutrients you increase their absorption, uptake and bioavailability. As a result the body will adeptly heal and return to balance and homeostasis.

When dealing with addictions we recommend combining Bioresonance with a Clinical Hypnotherapy consultation with our consultant Jackie. Hypnotherapy can help to balance out irrational feelings and release blocked negative patterns. the deep relaxation, and positive healing suggestions have a strong effect on emotional and physical well-being.


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