History How Bioresonance Therapy Was Developed
Dr Reinhold Voll developed electro-acupuncture in the 1960's. He discovered the non-material medication test. This allowed information from a homeopathic remedy to be transmitted via a cable to a patient.
Based on these ideas, Dr Franz Morell, in partnership with Erich Rasche developed a device which treated patients with electromagnetic oscillations. This led to a biofeedback therapy device called the MORA. An electrode was placed on the affected area of the body and information from the patient was fed into the MORA device through a cable. This information was then inverted by means of phase shifting electronics and sent back to the body via a different electrode. This lead to an improvement in the health and overall recovery of the patient. It was from this research that Bioresonance therapy was developed.
These early devices were complex and tedious to operate. Hans Brügemann, a colleague of Morell, saw that by integrating a computer system to automate its operation it could be made easier to use. In 1987 Brügemann set up his own company Regumed GmbH to produce such a device. He called it the BICOM and coined the term Bioresonance Therapy. Regumed has continued to make technical improvements to the BICOM and there are now over 13,000 BICOM machines in use worldwide.
Established in Europe for over 30 years this therapy is now flourishing in Australia. There are now over 100 therapists in practice throughout the country.