What is BioResonant Assessment?
BioResonant Assessment (BRA), also known as a variation of electro-acupuncture, is a method of assessing an individual’s health through the use of a state-of-the-art computer system that reads the body’s energy pathways, or meridians.
Each molecule, cell, tissue, organ, has an ideal resonant frequency. When the body is inflamed or degenerating, it loses that ideal frequency. As a result, the body experiences pain, discomfort and imbalance, which includes a variety of factors, including reactions to chemical toxins, viruses, bacteria, or emotional stress.
The efficacy of BRA is widely understood and accepted throughout Europe and Canada. Within the United States, this technology is being increasingly used by practitioners and patients due to the fact that it is a non-invasive procedure and accurate and effective results that it yields.
Why is BioResonant Assessment useful?
BRA helps practitioners determine which areas of the body to treat, and more accurately identify which nutritional supplements are best for an individual’s body to reach optimum health.
Sometimes people’s symptoms do not show up in the areas of their body where they have inflammation or degeneration. BRA can help to identify the source(s) of an individual’s imbalances, and assist practitioners with focusing treatment on the root of the problem, instead of chasing and treating symptoms. The ultimate goal is to bring the body back into balance.
Through BRA, practitioners are able to see what materials “resonate” with the body. These can be biological microbes, such as bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses that are residing within the body. Or, they could be nutritional supplements that could help the body rid itself of the above stated microbes.
Additionally, BRA can give an indication of the presence of various harmful agents within the body, including heavy metals, biological microbes, or chemical toxins. These agents can disrupt a body’s flow of energy and ability to digest and detox properly.
Helpful healing agents can also be identified, including minerals, homeopathic remedies, herbs, treatments that the body would respond well to, such as acupuncture, castor oil packs, chelation, and massage therapy.
Who should have BioResonant Assessment?
BRA is helpful for anyone interested in maintaining or optimizing their health.
Additionally, BRA can be useful for those who suffer from symptoms that are not being resolved through other means.
Does BioResonant Assessment treat or diagnose conditions?
BioResonant Assessment does not treat or diagnose conditions. It provides an indication of what the body is energetically responding to.
A person’s body might “resonate” with a particular nutritional supplement that is not appropriate to take at the present time. The body may want it; however, it is up to the practitioner’s discretion to determine appropriate timing for when that supplement should be prescribed. Furthermore, from BRA, practitioners can determine how best to support the body so that it can become prepared to take that nutritional supplement.
How is BioResonant Assessment administered?
It is advisable to take a lymph-clearing remedy for at least two weeks prior to coming in for BRA. This will provide clearer assessment results.
During the assessment, a conductive probe (shaped similarly to a pen) is pressed on meridian points, generally on the hands and feet. The readings taken from the probe are transmitted to a computer program, which displays information about where the body has inflammation and degeneration, as well as which meridians are in a balanced state.
When the body is imbalanced due to exposure to chemical toxins, viruses, bacteria, or emotional stress, the electrical frequency of the affected area is no longer in its normal, healthy state. BRA helps practitioners determine which areas of the body to treat.
How often do I need to have BioResonant Assessment?
The frequency by which a person receives BRA varies from person to person, depending upon the state a person’s body is in and how easily they are clearing toxins.
It is recommended that individuals in the process of healing a condition, or in an acute phase of treatment receive re-assessments more often than those seeking to maintain stable health.
The general recommendation is that a person gets re-assessed one to three months following their previous assessment.
A brief history of BioResonant Assessment research and technology.
BRA technology originated in Germany in the 1950’s by Dr. Reinhold Voll, a medical doctor and acupuncturist. Dr. Voll wanted to be able to electronically identify acupuncture points to enhance the medical field’s understanding of the interconnection between the body’s energy pathways, and tissues and organs.
From his research, Dr. Voll discovered that a micro-electric current could provide useful feedback about the body’s various organs and systems.
Dr. Voll was excited about his research and decided to share it with a group of homeopathic doctors. He chose one of the doctors from the audience and tested his points. He found that the man’s prostate point was a little low on energy. The doctors then decided to break for lunch. When they came back, Dr. Voll invited the doctor to return to the stage so that he could stimulate the point with electricity and bring it to balance. Before stimulating the point, however, he decided to retest it. To his amazement, the point was now balanced! He asked the doctor what he had done over the lunch break. The doctor revealed that he had picked up some Echinacea 4X (a homeopathic remedy for the prostate). It was in his pocket and he took it out to show it to Dr. Voll. They placed the remedy on the table and retested the point. Now, it was out of balance. Dr. Voll had him hold the remedy and retested. It was now balanced, and they realized that the acupuncture points could be altered by adding substances (such as herbs, homeopathy, supplements, prescriptions, detoxification programs, and nutrition).
Current medical studies confirm that unresolved inflammation leads to tissue and organ degeneration, thus revealing BRA’s useful contribution to the medical field.