Ancient systems of healing refer to energy patterns, such as the aura and chakras described in Ayurvedic medicine, and the acupuncture meridians of Traditional and Classical Chinese medicine. Western medicine ignores what it cannot measure, and this has caused a hole in our understanding of health.

Our medical science considers the body to be a machine. There is an emphasis on finding the malfunctioning part (organ, tissue, biochemical pathway, etc.) and fixing or removing it. This philosophy works very well for acute illnesses or injuries. However, in this century, the greater health challenges concern chronic illnesses and degenerative diseases. We need to enhance our mechanical viewpoint to include the coordination which occurs as a result of the functioning of the various parts.

While medical science has focussed on smaller and smaller pieces of the physical puzzle, physics has moved in the opposite direction for the last 100 years, since the dawn of quantum physics. Physics recognises that there are invisible and immeasurable fields which surround us, influencing many aspects of  our lives, including our health.

From the view of modern physics, the body is an extremely complex collection of standing waves created by the electromagnetic vibrations of the many cells, shapes and fluid movements, which reinforce and interfere with each other.[1] If you think about it this way, you may realise that what is happening in the body is like music.

Bioresonance therapy employs concepts, remedies and techniques from acupuncture, resonance, and homeopathy. Let’s examine each of these using modern terminology, such as from the fields of physics and music, and then discuss bioresonance therapy.


It has long been known in acupuncture that the body contains energy lines, or meridians, which must allow the free flow of energy for optimal health. In the last several decades, our scientists have repeatedly tried to locate the physical basis of the acupuncture system, using the basic assumption that anything “real” must be physically detectable.

Only when researchers have used energy detection technologies have they been able to locate the points and meridians. In 1947, Richard Croon, a Germany physician, found a correlation between skin resistance measurements and acupuncture points.[2] Kirlian photography, based on high voltages and high frequencies, has allowed meridians to be clearly seen. Soft laser, microwaves, and acoustic waves have also been used to visualise the meridians. [3]

According to Dr. Changlin Zhang, author of Invisible Rainbow – A physicist’s introduction to the science behind classical Chinese medicine,

…in light of the electromagnetic body, the acupuncture system can be understood as the prominent areas of an interference pattern formed by superposition of invisible electromagnetic standing waves.”[4]


All of the matter which makes up the universe is in vibration from the subatomic level upwards. In quantum physics it is established that light and sound have both wave and material components; biological systems also have these characteristics. Modern biophysics has shown that DNA resonates with coherent vibrations.[5] DNA has radio-like transmitting/receiving properties by which means biological systems can be influenced. It has repeatedly been proven that DNA can even be recreated by transmitting electromagnetic signals to pure water that had never had DNA in it.[6]

Resonance is the matching of one wavelength of vibration to another. This can cause

  • constructive interference, which amplifies the effect,             
  • beat frequencies, an amplification based on the interaction of two or more waves that occasionally line up to produce constructive interference, and
  • destructive interference, which cancels the effect (in the way that noise-cancelling earphones work).

As such, resonance is a handy tool that we can use to affect the standing waves of the body.


Homeopathy has confounded scientists ever since its inception around 1800 by Dr Samuel Hahnemann. This is most likely due to another clash of chemical/material reductionist thinking versus physics/energy field and wave concepts. Western scientists have been stymied by the idea that a substance that is diluted into seeming oblivion could possibly have any discernible effect on the body. And yet, homeopathy is still popular because it does indeed work. The answer to homeopathy’s effect is in physics, not chemistry.

Scientists studying the characteristics of water, such as Gerald Pollack and Mae-Wan Ho have elucidated previously unknown structuring behaviour of water, called Coherent Domains (CDs), as proposed by Emilio Del Giudice and colleagues at Milan University.

The coherent domains (CDs) of water…trap EMFs inside and produce coherent oscillations. …In fact, the CDs store externally supplied energy in the form of “coherent vortices” [that] are long lasting because of coherence…[7]

But how can the serial dilution and succession of a substance affect the water to make the remedy?

Physicist Mae-Wan Ho’s description of the behaviour of coherent domains suggests the way in which homeopathic remedies are made and how they affect the body:

The CDs (coherent domains) oscillate at a frequency common to the EMFs trapped in it and the water molecules in the CD, and this common frequency changes when further energy is stored in the CD. The water CD effectively traps energy and exports it. When the oscillation frequency of the CD matches the oscillation frequency of some non-aqueous solute molecules present on the CD boundaries, these guest molecules become members of the CD and are able to access the entire stored energy, which becomes activation energy for the guest molecules to engage in chemical reactions.[8]



We know that biochemical reactions in the body involve resonance. This quote, from Dr Ho, confirms this:

There is independent evidence that molecules taking part in a biochemical reaction do share a common frequency, which is how they attract each other, essentially by resonating to the same frequency. [9]


The base principle of bioresonance therapy is to “vibrate” the cellular water structure back to health by introducing a healing resonance which the tissue can be brought to match. The aim is to create a “resonance”, or “reverberation” with energy patterns to either cancel the discordant “notes” or to cause an entrainment to the system using pure, coherent “notes” to correct the patterns in the meridian system.

The correct wave pattern stimulates normal health function (Homoeostasis). These wave patterns can be obstructed or interfered with by resonance of similar wavelengths produced by toxins, viruses, bacteria, electro-magnetic pollution and allergens.

The physicist Dr Zhang concludes,

The mechanism of homeopathy can be understood in terms of the resonance effect in the electromagnetic body.[10]

Bioresonance represents the marriage of acupuncture and homeopathy by means of the concept of resonance. Acupuncture provides an existing basic understanding of energy flows within the body. Homeopathy and similar (such as isopathy) provides a robust and extensive set of therapeutic electromagnetic signatures and combinations to bring the energy flows into balance.

Both of these fields have benefited from the discoveries and use of bioresonance therapy. Acupuncture has benefited from the discovery of additional meridians and points which were identified by Dr Voll using electrodermal testing[11]. Homeopathy has benefited by the demand for nosodes, organ preparations, combination remedies, and other specific remedies, and by the companies who rose to the challenge to providing these remedies. In addition, because many thousands of these remedies and combinations have been digitised, they cannot be lost to posterity if a supplier ceases to manufacture them for any reason.

Bioresonance therapy uses coherent energy signatures including homeopathic remedies, tested on the patient and chosen based on their resonant effect on one or more acupuncture points, with the aim of improving the energy flow within the electromagnetic body.

Quoting Zhang:

Electromagnetic waves travel more than a million times faster than the movement of molecules and nervous system pulses. In fact, they travel so fast that they can cross the body numerous times and share all information through all parts of the body. For this reason, no event in the electromagnetic body can be isolated from the rest of the body, and the information from every event can be found in the whole body --- it is completely holistic.[12]

When understood in this way, we recognise that energy medicine, particularly bioresonance therapy, represents the future of medicine. Our medical endeavours must move from a purely reductionist basis into the coordination and wholeness which are present in the body.

Classical and non-classical bioresonance therapy

There are two main types of bioresonance therapy: classical bioresonance, and non-classical.

Non-classical bioresonance therapy includes all of the devices that have been developed after and apart from the MORA technology. These devices can be used for electrodermal testing of the acupuncture point and meridian energy, and to discover vibrational medicines which resonate and therefore have a healthy effect on the body’s energy environment. They also act as frequency generators, sometimes using test sets of digitised electromagnetic signatures of therapeutic substances and predefined sequences of frequencies, pulsed or non-pulsed, which are called programs.

Classical bioresonance therapy (MORA technology, invented by Dr Fritz Morell and electrical engineer Eric Rasche)[13] distinguishes itself from the other types of bioresonance devices and therapy because in addition to everything that the other devices do,  it is also able to “read” the energy meridians, and increase the flow of the body’s own healthy oscillations, while inverting (so as to cancel out) the flow of unhealthy energies. This therapy adds electrons to the body, by taking the body’s own energetic vibrational patterns, amplifying them and returning them to the body where they are available for healing.

Whether we are talking about classical bioresonance therapy or the more common bioresonance, the therapies are painless, non-invasive, and effective. And of course, holistic.

Because of the testing which takes place before the therapy, bioresonance treatment is specific to each individual and up to date based on the immediate energy situation.

Clinical studies

Bioresonance therapy balances and enhances the energy flow within the meridians so that the patient can return to health. For this reason it is useful for a wide variety of illnesses.

There have been over 70 positive clinical human studies[14] on Bioresonance therapy, covering areas as diverse as allergic diseases, smoking cessation, functional diseases of the gastro-intestinal system, rheumatic diseases, obstructive airway disease (OAD), hepatic disease, pains, infectious disease, and amalgam elimination. There were two clinical studies with partial negative results on allergic disease. No adverse effects were found in any of the studies, whose participants totalled 11,941 people.

Two peer-reviewed studies are of particular importance:

  • Herrmann and Galle 2011 (EJIM:
    Experimental study with 935 participants, chronic therapy resistant patients with allergies, infections and pains (internal-orthopaedic-neurologic), success rate: 80-90%  (this is evidence of practical effectiveness)  


  • Pihtili, Galle, Cuhadaroglu, et al. 2014 (FKM, peer-reviewed):
    Randomised, placebo-controlled double-blind study with 190 participants, smoking cessation, same effect as the best medicines however without their partially significant adverse effects (this is evidence of specific effectiveness)

[1] Paraphrased from Zhang, Changlin, Invisible Rainbow – A physicist’s introduction to the science behind classical Chinese medicine, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley California, 2016

[2] Zhang, ibid,  p 47.

[3] Zhang, ibid, pp 64-64, shown with a photograph.

[4] Zhang, ibid, p 114.

[5] Rein & McCraty 1993; as quoted in Oschman, Energy Medicine: The Scientific Basis, 1st edition, Elsevier Limited, © 2000, page 239.

[6] Ho, Mae-Wan, Living Rainbow H2O, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore © 2012, p. 75

[7] Ho, ibid, p 77.

[8] Ho, ibid, p 78.

[9] Ho, ibid, page 59.

[10] Zhang, op cit, p 114.

[11] Taken from CD that accompanies “Electroacupuncture – A practical manual and resource, by David F Mayor (ed), Elsevier 2007. “The second of Voll’s contributions was to locate many points not on the traditional charts. Some of these are on meridians, and some he proposed as points on new meridians (‘vessels’). These meridians differed from the traditional ones, in that they did not correspond to simple organs or functions. Apart from the 24-point Lymph vessel, most have points only on the hands or feet. Voll considered them generally in terms of organic ‘degeneration’, and named them accordingly (Fig. 5.11). For the most part, they have been accepted unquestioningly by his successors. He also created a useful new category of points: the Control measurement points (CMP), located distally on the meridians. He believed that measurements here give an overview of the state of the meridians (in terms of ‘-itis’ or ‘-osis’), although not excluding abnormal readings at other specific meridian points.”  [reference for this: Voll R Twenty years of electroacupuncture diagnosis in Germany: a progress report. American Journal of Acupuncture. 1973 March; 3(1): 7-17

[12] Zhang, op cit, p 112.

[13] Available from Med-Tronik GmbH and BioKat Systeme GmbH.

[14] This information is from the BioKat Systeme GmbH Basic Course materials.