Until recently, medical practice was based on the Newtonian model of reality, which views the world as a mechanical system.

The classical medical model considers that the functions of the human physiological and psychic system depend exclusively on the material structures of the brain and body.

However, new approaches consider that man represents something more than a sum of chemical elements. He depends on that vital force that defines his integrity and vivacity.

Until recently, doctors were not interested in and did not use vital forces because there were no acceptable scientific models to clarify their existence and role in supporting the body’s activity. Recently, with the development of quantum mechanics and its involvement in cutting-edge sciences (see applications such as MRI, laser, DVD inscription, etc.), a new generation of doctors has emerged, trying to solve the problems of the human body by looking at man primarily as a form of energy.

They start from the idea of the supremacy of the energetic body and ultimately the spirit over the physical body, with the spiritual dimension of man being considered the energetic basis of life, and the energy of the spirit supporting the physical structure of matter.

Worldwide, medicine is approaching, if it has not already reached, a critical turning point.

After a century of dominance of medicine based solely on synthetic chemical drugs, during which impressive progress has been made in the field of hygiene, surgery, disease prevention, and control, it is time to rediscover the medicine of nature.

Although bioresonance therapy has been greatly perfected at the IMEDIS Center in Moscow and applied in Russia, its origin is in Germany.

In 1953, a German doctor, Reinhardt Voll, set out to develop a diagnostic method based on measuring the electric potential of acupuncture points. He then processed this data and was able to give certain diagnoses, which were then verified in prestigious laboratories and clinics. To everyone’s amazement, the diagnoses were amazingly accurate. In addition, he was able to identify certain energetic dysfunctions, according to principles from Chinese medicine, thus preventing diseases long before they manifest. According to Reinhardt Voll’s theory, when the body gets sick, new electromagnetic oscillations, called pathological oscillations, appear. Both normal oscillations (corresponding to a healthy state) and pathological ones can be recorded by fine measurement of points on the energetic meridians.

Thus, bioresonance represents a relatively new method of investigation and treatment based on the latest discoveries in quantum physics. Through the bioresonance device, information about the patient’s health status is provided based solely on the electromagnetic vibrations of human cells and tissues, without the need for blood sampling, without resorting to harmful radiation or chemical intoxication.

What is analyzed with the bioresonance device?

The health status analysis of the patient is carried out by scanning the bio-electromagnetic fields of each organ: esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, nasopharynx, larynx, bronchial tree, lungs, heart, major blood vessels, coronary circulation, cerebral circulation, kidneys, bladder, prostate, uterus, ovaries, endocrine glands: pineal gland, pituitary gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, thymus, adrenal glands, ovaries or testicles, central nervous system: cerebral hemispheres, spinal cord, spinal nerves; sensory organs, skeletal system, joints, etc.

Each organ is thoroughly investigated down to the tissue and even cellular level.

The device detects the presence of microorganisms – bacteria, viruses, fungi, helminths (worms).