Silent Stroke Detected Thanks to BICOM® BodyCheck

digital illustraion of a person with brain highlighted and a red flare where the problem would be

A holistic practitioner had been struggling for months with brain fog, a term which is used to describe symptoms relating to an impairment in cognitive function. She was having difficulty remembering things and was less able to effectively converse with others. She started to strongly believe that her symptoms were attributable to Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS), the term used to describe physical problems believed to be caused by a sensitivity to exposure to certain types of electromagnetic radiation.

EHS sufferers may experience a range of varying symptoms including cognitive problems such as difficulty concentrating. Dermatological effects such as reddening and a burning sensation on the skin may also be present. Other symptoms include fatigue, digestive problems, nausea, dizziness and heart palpitations.

Even without an underlying condition, very high exposure to electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) is known to be a threat to human health. Scientists recognise that EMFs have the potential to cause damage to cells and the nervous system, potentially contributing towards the development of cancers. These fields have also been reported to cause similar symptoms to EHS as well as leading to other problems including irritability, anxiety and depression.

After having suffered for some time, the practitioner decided to go for therapy at the Reson8 bioresonance clinic. A few sensitivities could be identified and were treated with BICOM® therapy, though this didn’t result in a significant improvement in symptoms. After a few months, the patient was invited to be tested using the new BICOM® BodyCheck scanner.

The BICOM® BodyCheck is a type of Non-Linear Analysis Scanner (NLS) that uses biofeedback to detect areas of stress all over the body. The science behind this device is based on the research of a team of Russian scientists. Over a period of several years, they investigated the normal frequencies emitted by each of the organs for men and women of different ages and recorded their findings.

This formed the foundation of the technology behind the BodyCheck, which assesses organ function by measuring the magnetic vector potential. The inaudible frequency patterns are delivered through a pair of headphones. The person’s response to these frequencies is monitored on a computer and compared with the optimal response. Stress is then measured on a scale of 1-6 and displayed on the screen, showing which areas of the body are particularly stressed.

Once completed, this scan identified energetic stress in a particular part of the brain, which seemed to indicate that the patient had previously had a stroke. This was a great shock to the patient and it was necessary for them to have this result investigated straight away.

The result of the BodyCheck scan is shown below:


They made a hospital appointment and had a scan of the brain. The hospital scan confirmed the results of the BodyCheck, a small stroke had occurred at some point in the past. This explained the cause of her persistent symptoms.

Strokes that occur without a person being aware of them are referred to as Silent Strokes. Although this type of stroke doesn’t usually show any symptoms, it can still be very serious, especially if a person has experienced multiple silent strokes, as the damage can be cumulative. Usually these strokes are detected when a person is receiving an MRI or CT scan for another purpose and lesions are found on the brain.

With this information, the bioresonance therapy program was adapted and the treatment finally started to bring about an improvement in her condition.

Motivated by her own successful treatment, she has now decided to become a BICOM® practitioner and is helping other people to find relief from their health problems using this device.

This case study provides an excellent example of how the BICOM® BodyCheck can effectively identify areas of stress, which can be confirmed by the scans used in conventional medicine. Using this information, a successful treatment plan can be created to help the patient.