Possibilities of bioresonance therapy and the prospects of its application in clinical practice
AUTHORS : Salia N.T.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : Moscow, Russia
YEAR : 2000 | Category : Informative
“… The readiness to accept the new allows we consciously study new concepts, even if they differ from the generally accepted ones provisions. “
“… valuable medical discoveries sometimes can be done too early, and you have to wait until the technical progress will allow them to be implemented in practice “. W. Bigelow.
The implementation of the idea of using the patient’s own electromagnetic oscillations in the treatment of various diseases has opened up a new direction, a new approach to the treatment of sometimes very serious and incurable diseases. The first device for bioresonance therapy (Mora-therapy) was designed in 1977 by the German physician Franz Morell and the electronics engineer Erich Rasche. 23 years is not a very long time.