Bioresonance Explained

Bio-Resonance Therapy (BRT) is a non-invasive therapy using the biophysics of the body and does not interfere with conventional treatments. Learn more about this amazing therapy below.

Where did Bioresonance come from?

The history behind the discovery of Bioresonance is just as captivating as Bioresonance. In 1970, Dr. Franz Morell, a German medical doctor, used the idea of homeopathy to come up with his theory that there could be electromagnetic signals from the body. Homeopathy believes that water contains memory and no matter how diluted a substance is, it can still be traced in that water.
Because the human body comprises of 70% water, Dr. Franz Morell believed that the body could be storing information and that it was possible to get this information electronically.

The first instrument that was techology was based on the sound scientific foundational theory and rooted in both acupuncture and homeopathy as well as anatomy and pathology.

Luckily for him, his son-in-law, Erich Rasche, was an electronics engineer. They began to work on developing a device that would relay electromagnetic signals. This device was a biofeedback therapy device that would eventually lead to the Bioresonance Therapy we have today.