View Full Version : Help! What is Bioresonance therapy?
Just got back from the hospital again as my DS is very sick (at least this time he wasnt admitted, I think the natropath drops have helped!)
Any way the paed. that checked my son out was actually very interested in the natropath I have been taking ds too, she said I should keep taking him but she also gave the name of another type of alternative therapy for people with chronic allergies and asthma.
Its called Bioresonance therapy, I just checked out their web page www.bicom2000.com and read a little bit about the therapy.
Apparently its painless but has something to do with electroids????
I was wondering if anyone had heard of this? has tried it?
Any information would be very helpful, so thankyou in advance:)
I just wanted to post for 2 reasons - 1. to bump up your message and 2. to send you big hugs.
You've been through so much in the past few weeks - I hope little O is on the road to recovery very soon.:hugs: :hugs:
awww K your such a great friend..................Im feeling the LOVE
I actually got given some info from a web site called www.allergyelim.com from another mothers site (I secretly post on lol:o )
It had heaps of info but Im still a little unsure as I havent spoken to anyone whose actually done the therapy before.
On the site it says that the process is as follows:
*Allergy elimination or reduction
*Meridian work (which is a follow up therapy)
*Cupping (an ancient chinese technique to eliminate toxins from the body)
Its all a bit over my head:o but I will talk to my natropath and see if she has any info on it or maybe some personal experiences, its worth a try
The thing that impressed me was that the whole process only takes around 4 weeks and you should see great results,
so its worth looking into as there has to be an alternative to the steroids the docs are prescribing for him at the moment.
They are turning my beautiful, loving little boy into a very angry, unhappy out of control child:crying: the other day he was so hyped up on all the drugs he just lost control and started head butting the floor then he just clung to me and cried for ages .................it was heart breaking knowing I have to give him these drugs to help him breathe but that they do such awful things to his body and behaviour:crying:
Hi, I have used this treatment and found it to work wonders. I went to a place in Brisbane called intoharmony (http://www.intoharmony.com.au) and actually went for the help with addictions bioresonance therapy (http://www.intoharmony.com.au), this was a last straw for me and made the process much easier than any other method I had used. I could recommend it for addictions but can't say about any other uses. It was very relaxing and Melanie was very supportive too.
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