History and applications

The controlled stimulation of the tissues, began about 35 years ago in some orthopedic departments using electromagnetic signals (EM) of low intensity that did not cause a heating effect directly on the treated surface, but quickened effectively the regeneration of damaged bone tissue.
Today, even in the field of pain therapy, it has demonstrated the validity of therapy with low magnetic signals.
Doctors and scientists certify the reference. With very low signal EM it is also possible to intervene on the morbid tone diseases (vegetative dystonia) resulting from continuous stress of the nervous system that causes circulatory failure and many other states of malaise.

The therapeutic method, which deals with the rehabilitation of the whole organism, is called Bioresonance therapy (BRT). Througth the telecommunication technique, we obtain, with the aid of the resonance, a biological effect. Between the therapeutic and the drive signal treated organism is created resonance. In the absence of this process, the therapeutic signal remains undetected for providing the body does not respond to the treatment (in this case are not otherwise present side effects).
Synchronization phenomena ensure the ability of functioning of the organism by facilitating the interaction with the external environment. Applications based on biological resonance seek to match these synchronization processes, so as to help achieve a great potential. The level of our potential always depends on the state of these synchronization processes, our ability of self-regeneration determines the speed of the aging process.

The conventional electric therapeutic methods, which we also use in physiotherapy, aim only to the movement of the muscles through artificial signals and the stimulation of local circulation. It has not been able to obtain so, changes intended as specific improvements in metabolism, but in fact only good results in rehabilitation and nell’analgesia.