The resonance therapy is based on the assumption that resonance phenomena increase the absorption of photons and may further enhance the photo-bio-stimulatory effects of low-level laser therapy.

Resonance therapy is based on the finding that resonance-modulated laser beams can interact with specific organs, tissue types, and regulation levels of the organism.

Life on Earth is the result of the interplay of diverse fields and vibrations. Natural background radiation, such as the earth’s magnetic field, electromagnetic fields, and cosmic radiation have made the development of life possible to begin with and have had a lasting impact on it. These influences still exist to this day and advance evolution. For this reason all life on Earth is adapted to these fields, using them in various ways to synchronize life processes.

Each individual organism also represents a self-regulating, vibrating system. All metabolism processes that take place in the body contribute toward it. The number of chemical reactions in one cell is estimated to be between 30,000 and 100,000 per second. Extrapolated to the total human organism, this translates into about 1018 reactions per second. Each of these biochemical reactions involves the binding or separation of molecules. Ultimately the atoms that are involved exchange electrons among one another, oscillating back and forth between low-energy and high-energy states.

Yet, the organism is not a self-contained system. Rather, it interacts with its environment and reacts to external stimuli (vibrations). And so there are countless interferences between the natural frequency of the organism and the fields surrounding it. These interactions have a direct impact on the organism and its metabolism processes.

If an external stimulus matches the natural frequency of the organism, it can amplify it and trigger specific reactions. Laser therapy with resonance frequencies is based on this insight.

However, every organism has not only one but a whole range of different natural frequencies. Electromagnetic waves, such as laser light, can specifically resonate with one of these natural frequencies, thus initiating or supporting healing processes.

Primary resonance phenomenon: wavelength

The primary stimulation effects of low-level laser therapy are resonance reactions to light wavelengths. Basic research has revealed that the mitochondrial wall contains photo acceptor molecules which, can be stimulated by specific light wavelengths. The stimulation of these photo acceptor molecules triggers the biochemical reactions of the respiratory chain and boosts ATP production. The different photo acceptor molecules absorb light of different wavelengths from the ultraviolet and blue range all the way to the red and infrared band.

Superimposed resonance phenomenon: resonance modulation

In addition to the primary stimulation effects which low-level laser therapy triggers in the mitochondrial membrane, the pulsing of the radiation density may also trigger an amplification mechanism. After all, the photo acceptor molecules undergo stimulation and refractory phases that are similar to those of the membrane potential of the cell. Synchronizing these phases through pulse stimuli intensifies the effect exponentially.

Laser frequencies and those who discovered them

Resonance-modulated laser therapy was developed in the 1970s by the French physician Dr. Paul Nogier. He is also regarded as the one who discovered the ear somatotope and the founder of auricular medicine.

NOGIER frequencies

Dr. Paul Nogier (1908-1996) is considered the father of modern ear acupuncture (auricular therapy) and frequency therapy. He studied medicine in Lyon, including homeopathy, acupuncture and brain stimulation. In 1966 he discovered the RAC (VAS).

The NOGIER frequencies are pre-programmed in the Lasers devices and have been used for more than 30 years. There is a low and high potency. Both ranges are used for the same indications. Below is a brief summary of the NOGIER frequencies, which are known as “A, B, C, D, E, F, and G”.

BAHR frequencies

The German physician Dr. Frank Bahr discovered a large range of frequencies which have been in use for many years.

BAHR 1, BAHR Special, teeth, skeletal system and chakras are among the most important. All frequencies are pre-programmed in the Laser devices and can be controlled by the VAS. The BAHR 1 frequencies are known as “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7”.

REININGER frequencies

Dr. Manfred Reininger, Austria, was the first who published frequencies of the meridians. In the previous years he found a large number of different frequencies related to the human body, diseases and the environment.

Reininger RI, RII, RIII, each with 7 frequencies, and Level frequencies with 17 frequencies used by advanced practitioner.

Frequency modulation / application

Laser devices offer a large range of comprehensive medical proven Bio-frequencies to transfer healing information and generate resonance in the body. To achieve this, the signals need high coherence and must be clear/clean (monochromatic).

The signal (information, correct and exact bio frequency) must correspond to the receiver (cell/nerve system) like a key to a lock.

The laser beam as carrier of information

By using certain frequencies, the therapist will send specific therapeutic information to the patient to bring the cells and the nerve system into resonance (so called Laser Resonance Therapy). Only the correct frequency will create resonance.

The laser beam is used as the carrier of the information. If a perfect resonance is reached, there will be a high therapeutic effect with minimum energy requirement.

The frequencies are applied for both Diagnosis and Therapy.

Frequencies are applied to relevant parts of the body (information therapy, Laser Resonance Therapy). To improve the therapeutic effect the combination of various frequencies is beneficial. Some sophisticated Laser devices offer customized therapy programs.