The Bicom bioresonance method is a special diagnostic and therapy procedure which has paved the way for a whole new approach to medicine. The following principles behind the bioresonance method are confirmed by the latest findings in biophysics and quantum mechanics, but have been hitherto disregarded by conventional medicine. In many cases it is possible to use the Bicom device to pinpoint the actual, but often concealed, causes of disease.
The bioresonance method is a gentle form of therapy with no drugs or medication. With a special, painless test procedure the therapist finds out whether any intolerances are present, whether certain organs are weakened or whether toxic substances are having a negative effect on the body etc. In this way the often underlying causes of complaints can in many cases be discovered very quickly. In most cases an individual treatment plan is drawn up and possible complementary measures discussed.
During treatment with the Bicom device electrodes are placed on the patient who sits or lies down in a relaxed position.
A treatment session usually lasts between five and 30 minutes.
Treatment is a pleasant experience for the patient and is completely painless.
The aim of the therapy is to counteract those factors causing the illness and so encourage communication within the body.
The number of treatments required depends on a number of factors. The patient should keep the therapist informed of any changes in his/her condition.
During the entire period of treatment the patient needs to drink one and a half to two litres of water with a low mineral content each day. Only water with a low mineral content can eliminate the harmful substances released in the body during therapy and is therefore the ideal drink to aid detoxication.
Since the number of treatments will depend on a number of different factors (e.g. severity of the illness, length of time with the condition, etc.) the patient should ask his therapist roughly how many treatment sessions they are likely to need and how much each session will cost.
Bioresonance therapy is one of a number of procedures including homeopathy, acupuncture and other naturopathic procedures within the area of empirical healing.
This means that patient observations and findings form the basis of this therapy. Unfortunately, patients who have been restored to health are still not considered as providing scientific evidence of the mode of operation or efficacy of a particular therapy.