Everyone can benefit from bioresonance, from unsettled newborns to the elderly…
Biophysicists in the 1920’s discovered that cells emit energy and this energy can be measured and recorded as a frequency. These frequencies can be used to detect problems in a body and be used to treat a sick person.
Bioresonance technology is designed to adjust your body’s energy patterns (known as frequencies) and effectively ‘tune’ them to a harmonious frequency which can help with problems hidden deep in your body and your cells.
Gentle and non-invasive, Bioresonance involves placement of electrodes on the skin or over clothing for diagnosis and treatment. Each patient has their own individual treatment plan which is discussed thoroughly after the initial therapy and testing.
Bicom Bioresonance machines are known within the industry to be the leading therapy device. Part of currently a 16,000 strong network, with advanced training on all aspects of therapy I share best practice to bring you the most optimal outcome.
Bioresonance therapy can be used in a wide variety of cases, most notably, allergies and intolerances, chronic pain including headaches and migraines, chronic inflammatory diseases, liver and digestive problems, candida, immune, neurological, hormone and skin disorders; insomnia, weight problems and smoking addiction. It has also proven to be a main proponent in the treatment of Lyme disease.
In summary, examples of conditions treated include:
- Relief from Hay Fever and Allergies
- Parasites and candida
- Acute and chronic viral infections
- Bacterial infections including Lyme disease
- Auto Immune Disease
- Sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems
- Headaches and migraines
- Depression and anxiety
- Electronic smog, Mobiles and Wi-Fi sensitivities
- Digestive and intestinal problems
- Skin problems
- Hormone problems including thyroid dysfunction
- Weight gain
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Graduate of the Nature Care College, Sydney, Australia, and Member of the British Naturopathic Association (BNA), the General Council and Register of Naturopaths (GCRN), and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).