The Bioresonance Practitioners' Association
As indicated by its name, this powerful therapy takes advantage of the
electromagnetic oscillations within the biological organism, and is used for
both diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
The basis of this therapy is to use the principle common to musicians
of "resonant pitch". To create a "resonance", a "reverberation" with oscillations
is taken from the patient and returned to the organism cleaned, enhanced and
"tuned" to the correct healing "note".
Bioresonance therapy is closely related to Acupuncture and Homoeopathy
and combines the advantages of both approaches.
From the patient's point of view Bioresonance therapy is non-invasive,
as no needles are used. Electrodes are held by the patient or placed on relevant
acupuncture points. The strength of the electric current is about a third of
a single battery and not felt by most patients.
Acupuncture operates on the passage of electromagnetic energy through
the body, specifically "photons", light energy.
Homoeopathy matches the patterns of its remedies to the same energy base;
acupuncture treats the energy from outside to inside, homoeopathy from inside
to outside which is why they make such good "twins" in medical practice.
Prof. Cyril Smith of Salford University has shown that allergic subjects
may develop allergic symptoms not only in the presence of a sealed allergen
in a glass tube but also to the frequency transmissions of the same allergen
generated by means of an electronic resonator. It is evident that it is the
physical vibration properties of matter rather than chemical properties which
trigger the allergic response.
In Quantum physics it is established that light and sound have both wave
and material components; biological systems also have these dual characteristics.
Modern bio-physics has shown that intracellular D.N.A. resonates with coherent
vibrations and emits photons. The intracellular D.N.A. has radio-like transmitting/receiving
properties by which means cells intercommunicate and biological systems are
The correct wavelength balance stimulates normal health function (homeostasis)
and it is noted by bio-physicists that biological systems resonate coherently
at wavelengths in the range of 10Hz - 150Hz and that these wavelengths can be
obstructed by resonance of similar wavelengths produced by poisons, toxins,
viruses, bacteria, electro-magnetic pollution and of course allergens.
The Bioresonance machine combines the approaches of acupuncture and homoeopathy
as well, but in this case the machine "harvests" packets of energy information
from the patient's body, processes this energy through filters and then in effect
"pumps" back, cleaned and "healed" energy to the patient.
The use of this machine is to work on a very deep level of cellular repair
with the specific applications of being able to greatly enhance the action of
other therapies and to carry out work on de-sensitising allergens very effectively.
The Bioresonance Practitioners' Association has been established by a
group of practitioners trained to the best German standards by one of their
top Bioresonance practitioners, Mathias Jentzsch.
Bioresonance has been part of the leading edge of medical research and
practice since 1977 when Dr. F. Morrell first put forward the idea of taking
the body's own pathological signals to create an effective therapy by activating
or inverting them to act as treatment made from the self, by the self, for the
Since therapists have a tendency to work alone and their level of expertise
is difficult for the public to judge, this Association stands as a landmark
in the formation of standards and competence in this new and dynamic therapy
Although all practitioners are qualified in other fields as well, the
Association and register is concerned with the aspect of practice related to
Bioresonance. The Association aims to be at the forefront of research, development
and the introduction of this innovative modality to the population.
Membership & Qualifications
a)  There shall be four main categories of membership as defined
in the BPA "Criteria for Membership".
- FULL MEMBERSHIP
- ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP
b)   At present the basic requirements for entry to the Institute
of Bioresonance Therapy Diploma course are as follows; medical practitioners,
council of professions supplementary to medicine, dental practitioners, and
members of the main complementary medicine organisations. Any other prospective
candidate will need to show an equivalent level of knowledge in Anatomy, Physiology
and Pathology and the Etiology of the main pharmaceutical drugs in common prescription.
To qualify for Full membership of the BPA and carry the title Registered
Bioresonance Practitioner, the Institute's full training must be completed and
the Diploma passed. On application, established practitioners of Bioresonance
Therapy who can show the Committee an equivalent level of competence will be
screened for election to membership. Associate Members are deemed to be those
who are undertaking the training and may be employed as non-diagnosing assistants
in the course of Bioresonance Therapy. Technicians, who have no diagnostic capacity
whatsoever, are only employed by full members to load programmes and place electrodes
according to their written instructions.
Fellows of the Association are those who may be elected by their peers
for long or special service to the Association.
c)   Membership of the BPA carries with it the assumption that each
individual member is desirous of a lifetime of service to Bioresonance via a
total and continuous commitment to the ideals of the Association.