What is BICOM-Therapy®?
Despite the scientific advances over the past century, more people are turning towards complementary therapies.
BICOM® Bioresonance Therapy has been successful in helping people for the past 30 years. It is a non-invasive therapy that is suitable for all age groups and can even be used to treat animals.
BICOM-Therapy® uses Biophysics, rather than Biochemistry and assists the body’s ability to self-regulate.
How does BICOM® Bioresonance work?
Every form of matter is condensed energy and radiates out this energy in the form of electromagnetic oscillations. Every substance displays specific, characteristic wavelengths. These are termed ‘frequency patterns.’
During bioresonance, specific frequency patterns from an individual, or from substances that harm or stress the organism, are picked up and then sent to the BICOM® device via input applicators. Inside the device these frequency patterns are modulated, depending on the program selected by the therapist, and applied to the individual via output applicators.
The BICOM® Bioresonance Method works with an individual’s specific endogenous frequency patterns and with the specific frequency patterns of the substances that are stressing the individual. This means it is a highly customised and tailored therapy.
Total Body Load
Imagine the body is an empty barrel. Every time you are exposed to a stressor, a little more is added to the barrel. If the number of stressors we are exposed to remains low, the regulatory mechanisms in our bodies can prevent the barrel from overflowing by processing and eliminating these stressors.
The size of the barrel differs from person to person and represents an individual’s constitution. However, when the body is exposed to too many of these stressors at once, the barrel overflows, resulting in a person becoming sick. This concept is known as Total Body Load.
BICOM® Bioresonance Method in Australia
Training as a BICOM® Bioresonance Therapist can give you a rewarding career successfully assisting individuals. Established in Europe for over 30 years this therapy is now flourishing in Australia, where it was introduced in 1998. There are now over 100 BICOM therapists in practice throughout Australia.