Unfortunately, more and more people seem to suffer from the inconvenient health issues such as Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. Because these two health issues are considered to be chronic and without a known cure yet, they create a lot of difficulties in the patient’s life. When it comes to health issues such as Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia, early diagnosis and early treatment are of a crucial importance. Today we want to discuss the use of one of the best holistic medicine approaches – the Bioresonance therapy in the diagnosis of both Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. Is it possible to confirm a diagnosis of Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia using the BICOM® therapy? Find out all the important details in today’s article!
What do you need to know about Rheumatoid arthritis?
Of over 100 different Arthritis types, Rheumatoid arthritis, Gout, and Osteoarthritis are the three most common ones. Rheumatoid arthritis is the term that is being used to refer to the chronic inflammatory disease that focuses on affecting your joints, but on its way, it also affects other body parts including your skin, blood vessels, lungs and even your heart and eyes. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, which means that the body is, due to unknown causes, attacking its own tissues and organs. The main symptoms are joint inflammation, pain, reduced range of motion, stiffness, fatigue and swollen joints. Since it is a chronic disease, periods of exacerbations and attacks are present. The treatment plan, including medications and physical therapy, focuses on relieving the symptoms, improving the patient’s health condition and reducing the numbers of symptom attacks.
What do you need to know about fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is the term that is being used to describe a disorder which characterizes itself with high intensity of musculoskeletal pain, along with other symptoms including fatigue, sleep problems, memory problems, and mood changes. It has been estimated that women are far more commonly diagnosed with fibromyalgia as compared with men. It has been also considered that, despite not knowing the exact cause for fibromyalgia, it is a recent injury, physical trauma of any kind or an infection that raise the possibility of the person getting affected by fibromyalgia. Chronic, widespread pain is thought to be the most common and obvious symptom of fibromyalgia. The pain has been reported to last up to three months. Temporomandibular joint disorder, irritable bowel syndrome, and migraines are just a few of the most common conditions alongside which fibromyalgia has been noticed to commonly develop. In most cases, physical and occupational therapy are considered to help relieve the symptoms, especially the pain. Some lifestyle changes are also thought to be helpful in a case such as this one.
What is Bioresonance?
Considered to be one of the best holistic approaches today, Bioresonance is classified as a restorative diagnostic and therapeutic method that has been developed in Germany where most Bioresonance practitioners currently are located. Known also as BICOM® therapy, Bioresonance has achieved some great results when it came to both diagnosing and treating common medical issues. Until now, there have been published papers on the topic of treatment of nicotine addiction, gastrointestinal problems, frozen shoulder and Rheumatoid arthritis which prove the beneficial effects of this wondrous method. Bioresonance is known to be highly effective, safe and non-invasive which is great for all of you out there who are interested in getting your health problem treated without having to take any medications or feel any pain. What the Bioresonance therapy is able to do is measure your body’s frequencies, analyze them and determine which frequencies are abnormal. The abnormal frequencies are later restored to normal using the special Bioresonance machines and applicators which are attached to specific spots on your skin.
Is Bioresonance a possible accurate diagnostic method for Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia?
In a study published by Dr. Gabriele Matthey from Hamburg, Germany, we find out that she, in her practice in Germany, does use Bioresonance therapy to both diagnose and treat common rheumatic diseases including Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. So to answer your question – yes, by using Bioresonance therapy, diagnosing and treating Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia are possible. However, what Dr. Matthey talks about in her study is the importance of the metabolic profile for each patient. The metabolic profile will determine the presence of any possible metabolism disorders, hormone deficiencies, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, infections and so on which may cause an even greater disability for the patient affecting both his/her physical and mental health. But completing a metabolic profile can also determine on which spots should Bioresonance therapy be applied. By analyzing the body’s frequencies, the Bioresonance therapy will be able to determine which tissues exactly emitted these abnormal frequencies and by what factor are these frequencies considered to be abnormal. Later, again with the use of Bioresonance therapy, Dr. Matthey has reported being able to analyze and restore these frequencies to a range near the normal one, causing the symptoms to reduce effectively. Bioresonance poses as a promising diagnostic and treatment method for both Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia.
The Bioresonance treatment promises to open new doors towards diagnosing and treating various medical problems which we had no luck to diagnose or treat completely using the conventional treatment methods. Holistic medicine steps in once again, now to help diagnose and treat problems such as Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. These two, quite common and serious medical issues, have been quite tricky to diagnose and treat in the past. But now, we have Bioresonance therapy to lean on to, using its abilities to measure and analyze the frequencies which every single cell and tissue in our bodies emitted on a daily level, at all times. By discovering which cells exactly emitted the abnormal frequencies, diagnosing would go on much easier, and so is the treatment plan. Bioresonance therapy promises to help us diagnose and treat Rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia, among other medical issues, while in its early stages, so that the treatment plan would have a greater success rate for all patients.