Third center of Bio Resonance Therapy inaugurated in Karachi

May 16,2017

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KARACHI: Two years after introducing Bio Resonance therapy by setting up a Medical Frequency Center in Karachi , Dr Muhammad Khalid has established a third Bio Resonance such facility in the city of over 20 million people.

Dr Khalid is the first doctor to introduce Bio Resonance Therapy in Pakistan.

Talking to Geo News about the treatment method, he : “Each organ in the human body has a different frequency on which it functions. When this frequency reduces or increases, the particular organ or part of the body behaves abnormally, which results in pain or illness.”

He said bio-resonance is an advanced method of treatment that makes use of biological frequencies. It is a non-invasive, non-drug treatment that focuses on the biophysics of the body instead of the biochemistry.

“With the help of technology, we first convert electromagnetic waves into sound waves. An instrument is set to match the original frequency of the particular organ, which helps bring the organ back to its natural frequency,” Dr Khalid said. “I believe that energy generated at sub-atomic level can cure human diseases.”

He said a specific frequency is generated by normal and abnormal cells and if doctors are able to measure and regulate this frequency, all diseases could be cured.

Due to increasing number of diseases and patients, the third center of medical frequency in Gulstan-e- Johar has been set up, which was inaugurated by Deputy Mayor Karachi Arshad Wohra.

In his inaugural speech, he said “we are trying to provide quality health care to the people of Karachi and such center of alternate medical treatment will not only help the poor but also introduce the latest technology in the city.

Dr Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, a prominent politician and a senior leader of MQM Pakistan has also been under treatment of Dr Muhammad Khalid.

According to Dr Khalid Maqbool, his health is improving day by day and he said this therapy will be introduced in entire city by setting up mobile clinics with the collaboration of Karachi Metropolitan Authority.


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