Bioresonance Cancer Therapy in Garden City, MI
While bioresonance cancer therapy isn’t a cure for cancer, it can offer relief for the adverse effects of treatment, thus improving our quality of life. It focuses on pain relief, emotional healing, regulating homeostasis, and improving organ function and energy levels.
What is bioresonance cancer therapy?
Bioresonance cancer therapy was invented in Germany in 1977 by Franz Morell and Erich Rasche, and works on the belief that electromagnetic waves can be used to diagnose and treat illness. It’s an accepted form of treatment in countries around the world, and can be used as a diagnostic method and treatment therapy at even the disease’s earliest stages. This drug-free, non-invasive treatment is believed to stimulate a change in the bioresonance in the cells altered by cancer.
Research has long proven that cells communicate with each other using specific wavelengths. It’s similar to the way a tuning-fork can resonate with a piano. Disease such as cancer disrupts this communication.
Bioresonance therapy can reveal contributing causes of disease such a nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxicity with no adverse physical effects.
How biorenonance therapy works
The treatment includes placing electrodes on the skin that are connected to a Bicom machine. The electrodes measure the energy wavelengths coming from the body; then the electromagnetic oscillations can be used to change the frequencies of the wavelengths and restore them to optimum balance.
Bioresonance therapy is also used to treat pain caused by a variety of illnesses, plus cardiovascular disease, diseases of the respiratory and digestive system, diseases of the central nervous system, diseases of the skin and musculoskeletal system, along with various wounds, ulcers, and injuries.
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