Many different forms of bioresonance therapy exist today as a result of the pioneering research by the scientist Hans Jenny and others
who carried on his groundbreaking work such as Dr Peter Manners who developed Cymatics therapy.
These therapies consist mainly of various methods of application of certain frequencies or magnetic fields to the body.
The underlying theory behind this is that all matter has a resonant frequency and every cell in the body resonates at a particular frequency.
This takes the form of an electromagnetic field and groups of cells In an organ or system have multiple frequency patterns which are unique.
Hence, the whole body has a complex frequency make up which can change or become distorted when affected by illness.
If you accept that the cells are controlled by electromagnetic fields then it is possible to introduce healthy frequencies to re-balance
the whole body and provide an environment where the body cures itself.
This treatment therefore appears to have connections with the principles of acupuncture and homeopathy which rely on energy
flow and imprinting of frequencies on aqueous solutions.
The application of frequencies to the body or water is usually by sound , vibration, electromagnetic fields, or by light.