Frequently Asked Questions
What happens in a treatment?
During treatment, electrodes are placed on the client who lies or sits in a relaxed position. You will be asked to provide a small amount of bodily fluid (usually saliva), so the device can use your bodies’ information to assist therapy.
Does therapy hurt?
Not at all. Some clients report a mild tingling when using some electrodes, but this is reported rarely. It looks to be a very benign treatment, even though your body is working hard.
Can you treat children?
Absolutely! In fact, children respond very well and generally quicker than adults, as their toxic load is much less due to their years and exposure to stressors on their bodies.
How many treatments will I need?
It varies, depending on the number of stressors identified within your body. Children typically respond much quicker than adults and may need 4-6 treatments. Adults can take longer, averaging between 6-8 sessions. The first appointment is when all of the testing is done, enabling a better indication of how much treatment is required.
Is Bioresonance Therapy covered by my private health fund?
How much does a session cost and how long do sessions go for?
All appointments for adults are $105 for an hour appointment. Children's first appointment is an hour, but follow up appointments are $60 for 30 minutes.
Is there anything I should do before a session?
It is recommended to reduce your caffeine intake on the day of treatment and increase your water intake on the day and after your treatment.
Can everyone be treated with Bioresonance therapy?
Bicom therapy is not recommended for women during their first trimester of pregnancy and specific care must be taken with individuals with pacemakers fitted.