Bicom UK does not recommend Bioresonance as a replacement to conventional treatment, it is intended that this site presents factual information so that the Medical Professional and Patients can make an informed choice before embarking on any treatment.
The Bicom bioresonance therapy is just like acupuncture, homoeopathy and other methods of complementary therapy modalities in the form of regulatory medicine. The special therapy methods, Bicom Bioresonance is recognized as a proven therapy method. Unlike conventional medicine, however, Bicom bioresonance has not been subject to scientific research and is not yet recognized.
Despite the many thousands of Evidence-Based Studies, current UK law does not allow for unscientifically proven treatments to be promoted as actual medical treatments or cures. Despite over 16,000 Bicom Bioresonance machines being used in over 80 countries worldwide, resistance from some in the medical and pharmaceutical industry is strong. There are many thousands of testimonials from patients who have related their stories and the results are so profound that educated patients are beginning to demand a more open-minded approach.
Energy-based diagnostic methods are continuously criticised and questioned by representatives of conventional medicine. The situation regards medical trials does not yet permit scientific validity. What the device is actually measuring is whether the electromagnetic or oscillatory field sent from the device resonates with the oscillatory field of a substance ie allergen, toxin, test ampoule, nosode, medicine or parasite. A conventional medical diagnosis cannot always be derived from this.
The results of energetic testing must always be interpreted while taking into account the patient’s medical history, a physical examination, lab readings and other results. In no way does it replace the need for conventional diagnosis. The test result is particularly important for the resulting energetic therapy with bioresonance.
A very important and emotive subject involves cancer treatments and very strict laws exist about what claims can be made, you will find more information on the cancer page, please see links on complementary therapy on the left. A bioresonance practitioner that claims to treat cancer or even support a cancer patient risks breaking The Cancer Act of 1939. This website and the services of Bicom UK LLP are for the intended use of medical professionals or those becoming registered medical practitioners, registered nurses or registered pharmacists and training for the use of the Bicom devices that are Class 1 and CE certified.
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