The Use Of Bioresonance Therapy In The Treatment Of Wilson Disease

Diagnosis Wilson Disease. Neurological hammer, stethoscope and liver laboratory test lie on note with title of Wilson Disease. Concept for neurology and gastroenterology

Life can be full of unpleasant obstacles that often target our health. For Irfan, a fourteen-year-old boy, Wilson Disease was an unexpected disease that targeted his entire body. The genetic disorder caused Irfan to become severely sick and, eventually, caused him a loss of his ability to speak or walk. Two years after his diagnosis, Irfan’s parents discovered a clinic that was offering Bioresonance therapy treatments as an alternative or additional treatment method for sick patients and decided to give this therapy a try. Let’s take a closer look at what Wilson disease is, why it is so dangerous and, of course, also look at whether Bioresonance therapy was of any aid to this boy.

What Is Wilson Disease?

Wilson disease is not a commonly known disease due to its rarity; thus we should really start by taking a closer look at the disease itself. The disease is an inherited disease that causes an impairment in the liver’s ability to deposit excess copper into bile; thus a buildup of copper occurs within the liver and, later on, in other organs of the body as well. The brain and the eyes are only some of the particular areas where copper also starts to build up. The disease is mostly diagnosed in patients between five and 35 years of age.

It should be noted that copper is required by the human body for certain functions, including keeping nerves and bones healthy, assisting with the production of collagen and copper also plays a role in melanin. Only very small amounts of copper are needed by the body, however. Excess copper is deposited into bile by the liver and then expelled from the body through the digestive system. With Wilson disease, excess copper is not correctly expelled and rather builds up in organs, eventually leading to copper poisoning.

Causes Of Wilson Disease

Wilson disease is inherited from both parents. The disease occurs when an autosomal recessive mutation occurs within a gene known as the ATP7B gene. When the gene mutation is inherited from both parents, then the likeliness of the child being affected by Wilson disease is significantly higher. It should be noted that should only one parent be affected by the gene mutation, then the child will not develop Wilson disease, but will rather act as a carrier – this means the child would be able to pass the disease to their child one day. When both parents are, indeed, affected by the gene mutation, then there is a 25% chance that the child will develop Wilson disease.

Symptoms Of Wilson Disease

Identifying the symptoms of Wilson disease early on is crucial since the disease can become fatal when not treated. Even though the disease is present from the moment an affected individual is born, the symptoms will only start to appear once the copper starts to build up in their organs. Symptoms associated with Wilson disease include:

  • Fatigue
  • Signs of Jaundice, including yellowish skin and eyes.
  • A reduction in appetite.
  • Abdominal pain.
  • Kayser-Fleischer rings (an eye discoloration that appears golden-brown).
  • Muscle stiffness.
  • Involuntary movements.
  • A buildup of fluids in the abdomen or the legs.

The Case Of Bioresonance Therapy And Wilson Disease

Bioresonance therapy is based on the principle that every organ in the human body, as well as tissues and other bodily parts, emits an electromagnetic wave. The technology uses a custom-built device that turns these electromagnetic waves into sound waves. The programming interface built into the device is able to determine where abnormalities are present in the body by associating the feedback obtained from the body’s electromagnetic waves to a pre-written program. This will then provide a description of areas in the patient’s body where something is wrong.

In the case of Wilson disease, we discussed how Irfan, a young boy, was diagnosed with Wilson disease and suffered severe symptoms over a two-year period. Doctors were struggling to maintain his copper levels. He eventually became paralyzed and was unable to continue talking. Irfan’s parents became aware of Bioresonance therapy and, with no hope left, decided to give this holistic approach to treating diseases in the body a try. Four months of sessions and the copper levels in their boy’s body had decreased significantly. The treatment approach detected any abnormalities in the electromagnetic waves submitted by the young body’s body, and then utilized a special instrument to send back a frequency toward the parts that were “out of sync” – the frequency matched what was considered a “normal” frequency; thus bringing the electromagnetic waves of the body’s organs back into sync. In turn, this allowed the body to expel buildups of copper in the affected organs.


Wilson disease can lead to fatal complications left untreated. A better understanding of the symptoms associated with the disease can lead to an early detection and treatment protocol being put in place. A case of a fourteen-year-old boy led to the conclusion that Bioresonance therapy may be a useful alternative treatment option in the case of Wilson disease, after copper levels in the young boy’s body decreased by an impressive level following a four-month course of Bioresonance sessions.