Does anyone have experience in using Bio resonance to treat GBS/CIDP?
I'm not sure if this is a suitable treatment, but it does sound as though it may be of help.
If I understand correctly, the underlying theory of Bio-resonance is that most diseases are caused by invaders of one sort or another, and this thereby can identify, and eliminate the invader.
Any comments would be appreciated. Thank you.
Lacking any scientific explanation of how bioresonance therapy might work, researchers have classified bioresonance therapy as pseudoscience.Scientific studies did not show effects above that of the placebo effect. Proven cases of online fraud have occurred, with a practitioner making false claims that he had the ability to cure cancer, and that his clients did not need to follow the chemotherapy or surgery recommended by medical doctors, which can be life-saving. Ben Goldacre ridiculed the BBC when it reported as fact a clinic's claim that the treatment had the ability to stop 70% of clients smoking, a better result than any conventional therapy. In the United States of America the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) classifies "devices that use resistance measurements to diagnose and treat various diseases" as Class III devices, which require FDA approval prior to marketing. The FDA has banned some of these devices from the US market.