Bioresonance testing

What is bioresonance testing?

A diagnostic method based on the analysis of the spectrum of electromagnetic waves of the human body. It allows to identify infections (bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, helminths).

This non-invasive method has opened a new page in medicine. Before its invention, traditional Western medicine perceived the human body from the position of a material visible object. However, the method of vegetative-resonance diagnostics offers a different point of view: the human body is a combination of a visible object (made of tissues and fluids) and an invisible electromagnetic field, which can be recorded by special devices (for example, squid magnetometers).

The human body, its organs and systems are the source of weak electromagnetic waves. Such fluctuations are observable and measurable. When pathological processes occur, the nature of electromagnetic waves changes and ceases to correspond to the standard.

A similar phenomenon is observed when the body is exposed to bacteria, parasites, etc. New sources of oscillations occur, that are different from the standard ones.

Comparison of reference indicators and data obtained as a result of examination of a particular patient, allows to reliably diagnose the infection.

The “Imedis-Expert” apparatus with a built-in extensive database, containing the indicators attributed to most known infectious agents (viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites, helminths, etc), conducts the examination.

During the examination, the obtained data is compared to these indicators. As a result, it allows to detect hidden infections in the body of the patient.

Bioresonance testing

A method, based on VRT. The essence of the method is that any infectious agent has its own unique frequency of electromagnetic waves. The infectious agent can be destroyed by selecting frequencies of electromagnetic field entering into resonance with the electromagnetic waves of the infectious agent. This physical principle allows to eliminate the infection, discovered over the course of VRT diagnostics.