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How does it work?


About bioresonance

What is Bioresonance?

Here at Bicom Yokohama Healing Office we use a state of the art German made technology, which is individualized to your body’s needs, with gentle, pain-free treatment that promotes the body’s self-healing and natural balancing mechanisms.

Bioresonance with Bicom Optima can uncover the root causes of the body’s symptoms. The treatment can help to restore the body’s energetic balance, allowing it to return to its natural, healthy state. The bio resonance process is customised to each client’s needs. Bioresonance enhances the body’s detoxification pathways, so that toxins are safely eliminated from the body facilitating recovery .

Bioresonance Therapy has been at the forefront of health and healing in Europe for over 25 years with over 17,000 machines in use by doctors, dentists, naturopaths and veterinarians.

How does it work?

In the bioresonance method we use a machine called Bicom Optima, to test an individual’s responses to a range of vibrations and frequencies from different substances. When we find a vibration that is outside ‘the norm’ we feedback that vibration or frequency in the exact reverse. This effectively eliminates problematic oscillations. Bioresonance has the effect of allowing the body to release the particular problem or issue. Once these disruptive frequencies are removed from the body, the cells are free and unhindered to function properly and restore the body to a healthy state.

What happens during a session?
During a session you will either sit or lie fully clothed on a treatment bed/chair. Electrodes will be placed on different parts of your body to measure your body’s oscillations in response to a range of stimuli. This helps to identify the particular causes to your health issues. The data is then fed into a computer that separates the normal range oscillations from the oscillations outside the normal range. These abnormal frequencies are then inverted and fed back into your system to help cancel out the negative frequencies.

Is it safe?

Bioresonance is very natural and non-invasive. BRT does not cure an illness; it assists the body to reduce its toxins or stress load through vibration and so helps to restore ‘self-regulation’, the body's ability to heal itself. Some people can feel tired after a treatment or can develop cold or flu-like symptoms. This is a natural body response as adjustment takes place. Bioresonance is a safe and gentle therapy where the most you might feel is a slight warmth or mild tingling while you relax. Most people don’t feel anything.

Bioresonance therapy (BRT) is a non-invasive therapy making it suitable for children, babies and even sensitive people.

At the Vet
The cause of imbalance
Using the picture to the right, imagine your body as a barrel. It is empty when born. As time passes we get older and the barrel starts to fill with different substances that vibrate at their own frequencies. When the load of substances becomes too great the barrel overflows, causing abnormal flow of energy in the meridians. Then imbalance occurs and symptoms start to show. Or, in other words, the body’s frequency is overloaded by abnormal frequencies.​


It is also used by a wide range of age groups and animals for various symptoms.

Such as pollinosis


Mental fatigue

Depression and chronic fatigue

Can't stop


Smoking cessation program

I want to be beautiful

Beauty / slimming

Weight control program

Mind and body

Upset or illness


We have received such impressions from many people

I knew that Vicom would make me feel better, but I was surprised that my trauma would heal.

YM Tokyo

I have no symptoms of hay fever this year and I am very comfortable without coughing. I really appreciate it!

MA Yokohama

When I was a teenager, my trauma affected my body, so I was treated with Vicom. During the treatment, I was surprised to see tears coming out. I feel refreshed and lightened. Thank you!

YM Tokyo

* Many medical institutions use Vicom overseas, such as in Europe.

It is not recognized as a medical practice in Japan.

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