Let's jump into time machine and take a quick look to the roots of Bioresonance therapy.
At the begginning of the 20th century the German physician Reinhold Voll
took the first steps towards the invention of bioresonance
. He studied the method of Chinese acupuncture and developed on its basis the diagnosis using electroacupuncture, known as the "Voll method
Voll's research soon interested other German scientists and inventors: physician Franz Morel
and engineer Erich Rasche
. They adapted the ideas of acupuncture and substantiated their use for the treatment and diagnosis of the human body. At first, the technique was called MORA-therapy
and later received the modern name "bioresonance therapy
At first, the medical community was skeptical about the ideas of Voll and Morel. Over time, they began to gain popularity in professional circles and among patients. Scientific studies of bioresonance have been carried out since the beginning of the 21st century and many of them have shown encouraging results.