Procedures, Prices & Payments2019-03-15T15:38:05+00:00

Procedures, Prices & Payments

Important Notice Before You Begin

Before you believe any claims to cure, treat, or diagnose, it is imperative that the current state of Biofeedback and Bioresonance therapy be understood.

In the United Kingdom, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is responsible for regulation of Biofeedback devices. However, Biofeedback therapy and therapists are still unregulated. There is no authority on a national or international level to check and enforce both the standards of certification and the authenticity of the many forms of certification and training available for Biofeedback therapists.

This is very similar to Homeopathy in the UK. Homeopathic remedies or medicines, being ingestible, are regulated by MHRA. The therapy (Homeopathy) and the therapists (Homeopaths) are not regulated in the UK.

Why Is Biofeedback Unregulated in the UK?

Similar to Homeopathy, Biofeedback therapy doesn’t pose a threat to the health and safety of the public. The SCIO Biofeedback device, for example, is capable of emitting a maximum of four volts through the electrodes attached to the body — that’s less than the combined voltage of three AAA batteries. Furthermore, the electricty emitted is Direct Current (DC), which is considerably safer than Alternating Current (AC) commonly found in homes.

Biofeedback devices are absolutely safe to use, even in the hands of an unskilled or untrained therapist. This is likely the reason why there is no regulation for the therapy or therapists in the UK. The Bristol Centre for Biofeedback is nevertheless working diligently toward safety regulations for the therapy as well as standards of practise and accredidation for the therapists.

Biofeedback Therapy or Bioresonance Treatment?

There is ample discussion surrounding the terminology used to describe treatment with a device that measures and emits electromagnetic waves:

  • Biofeedback is “a process whereby electronic monitoring of a normally automatic bodily function is used to train someone to acquire voluntary control of that function.” In the UK, this is called ‘training’ and is used to help a person train better control over his or her own body. It’s commonly implemented during in-patient treatment in cases of incontinence.
  • Neurofeedback is often used synonymously with the term Biofeedback. The NHS reported an experimental study here which discusses the use of brainwave scanning and simultaneous electrical emissions into the body for treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and phobias. In our humble opinion, the sample size of the experiment was much too small to be definitively or reliably conclusive.
  • Bioresonance is a term not yet found in the English dictionary. It measures electromagnetic frequencies found within the body, and emits frequencies as a form of therapy. It is our intention to work together with other centres, clinics, and practitioners on a larger scale in order to conduct clinical research on the efficacy of Bioresonance treatment.

What Can Bioresonance be Used to Treat?

Whereas Biofeedback can help you be more aware of your body’s involuntary functions, Bioresonance does not require involvement of your conscious mind to make changes within your body. Bioresonance therapy has been used in practice to treat the following conditions and more, but keep in mind that the following treatments have yet to be empirically proven in scientific studies.

Bioresonance Treatments (Procedures)

  • Allergies

    Do you suffer from seasonal allergies to pollen, grass, or certain types of trees?
    Usually within 4 to 6 sessions, your body can be re-trained to no longer produce anti-histamines when ‘triggered’ by ubiquitous elements within our environment.
    Our bodies are surrounded by many various elements which can, over time (and thanks to mental conditioning) be perceived by the body as an ‘attack’. Dust, animal dander and other non-seasonal allergies can be treated within 5 to 8 sessions when accompanied by Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programing or other word-based therapy.

  • Hormone Balance

    Painful menstruation, irregular periods, acne outbreak during menstruation, Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS) and other complications can arise in the female body due to an excess or lack of hormones produced by the endocrine system.
    Bioresonance treatment for hormonal imbalances generally involve three to six sessions lasting one hour each, spaced one week or a fortnight apart. These treatments are most effective when consulting your General Practitioner (GP) to discuss your diet and mental health.

  • Arthritis: Poly, Acute, Chronic & Rheumatoid

    Bioresonance training can help relieve the pain experienced from inflammatory conditions and re-train your body to digest uric acid, lactose and other acid-inducing elements correctly.

  • Skin Conditions

    General Practitioners in Germany commonly refer patients for Bioresonance therapy to treat eczema, psoriasis and other skin conditions which result in chronically dry, itchy and painful skin. Bioresonance can also be used to treat warts.

    Please be advised that electrodes will be placed upon the affected area during treatment, so please wear loose clothing in order to make this area accessible by the practitioner. No clothing will be removed, however, the electrodes can be placed securely underneath clothing where applicable.

Price of Bioresonance Therapy

Each practitioner at The Bristol Centre for Biofeedback sets his or her own prices for a session of therapy. Prices set take into account the fixed costs of these highly specialised medical devices, costs of overhead such as building and facilities, training, and additional factors.

Your initial consulation is always free. We firmly believe in free and open access to healthcare information in order to empower you to make the right decision concerning your health and wellbeing. Initial consultations usually last between 30 and 60 minutes, conducted over the phone or in person.

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Practitioners and Prices for Bioresonance Therapy

Carol Miller

Visit Ms. Miller in The Lodge at 20 Ridgeway in Nailsea, Bristol BS48 2EF. Prices can be found listed on her website:

Kevin Davies

Visit Mr. Davies in Flat 4 of Plantation Court, 41 Plantation Road in Poole, BH17 9LW in Dorset, England. Prices can be found listed on his website:

Kasey Jo Naví Phifer

Visit Mr. Phifer either in the administrative facitilites of The Centre on the fifth floor of One Temple Way in Bristol BS2 0BY, or in the clinic at The Quadrant in Bristol BS2 0NA. Prices for his services are listed below.

Discounts are available if you are a student, on benefits, or suffering from chronic conditions. Discounts may be available if you wish to receive treatment from a practitioner-in-training.

No one will be turned away for lack of money. Mr. Phifer treats a small number of patients on a pro bono basis regularly. Please enquire to join the Waiting List for Disadvantaged Treatment Seekers if this option sounds suitable for you.

First Visit

£50Per Session
  • Includes up to 90 minutes pre-treatment discussion
  • Includes 60 minutes of treatment
  • Includes complimentary beverage & biscuit

Follow-Up Visit

£110Per Session
  • Includes up to 60 minutes pre-treatment discussion
  • Includes 60 minutes of treatment
  • Includes complimentary beverage & biscuit

Seniors, Benefits, Students

£40Per Session
  • Includes 30 minutes pre-treatment discussion
  • Includes 60 minutes of treatment
  • Bartering & trading welcome in lieu of payment