Biophysical Therapy Training was given at AFSU within the context of the first project in its field in our country

Faculty members of AFSU Faculty of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine received training on Mora-Nova Biophysical Therapy Method, which is a complementary medicine method within the scope of the first project in our country to research and develop the bioresonance method. Project Manager Asst. Prof. Gamze Dur said that bioresonance therapy is an approach that does not require surgery and has no side effects that can be used as a supportive treatment in chronic diseases such as smoking and alcohol addictions, allergies and pain.

A three-day training program was organized at AFSU on the installation and use of the Mora-Nova device, which was brought to our university with the first Scientific Research Project (BAP) carried out in our country to research and develop the bio resonance method, and the basic principles of bio resonance therapies. Within the scope of BAP carried out under the responsibility of its member Asst. Prof. Dr. Gamze Dur, AFSU Family Medicine Department Head Prof. Dr. Nazli Sensoy, Asst. Prof. Dr. Ayşen Mert, Res. Asst. Dr. Ahmet Yaprak, Res. Asst. Dr. Doğukan Kayadibinli and Res. Asst. Dr. Kübra Aslan participated to the training given by Dilşad Çelebi, General Manager of EDT Health Technologies.

Dr. Dur has pointed out that bio resonance therapy is a comprehensive method that works with individualized treatment methods specific to the patient rather than the disease in line with the holistic medicine approach and said that the method is used for both testing and treatment purposes. Asst. Prof. Dr. Dur has noted that the body is aimed to repair itself with a personalized treatment after various tests are applied to the patient and also stated that this promising method can open new horizons with extensive R&D studies.

Asst. Prof. Dr. Dur said: “The process performed in resonance therapies is the interaction of the body with electromagnetic vibrations. Although the history of vibration-based therapies is based on the past, the first bio resonance device MORA was developed by Dr. Morell developed it with an electrical and electronics engineer Rasche in 1977 and started using it on his patients. With many devices developed over time, the method has come to a different point.

If the application carried out is related to a substance taken from outside that causes allergy and addiction, it changes the pathological relationship between the substance or substances and the person, and provides a return to the natural state. In a way, it can be thought of as a factory reset process in electronic devices. If the application is related to the person’s own body and body secretions, it is aimed to convert the pathological data and signals related to the disease or condition from the body of the person or the relevant body secretion in the device by receiving and processing, and to obtain a holistic change in the person. Apart from these, supportive treatments can also be performed with many frequency groups that are known to be beneficial for the body and electronically registered in the device, and many details about the health status of the person can be scanned with various test techniques.