Bioresonance therapy exploits the discovery that the human body is permeated with a very weak, albeit measurable electromagnetic field. When a person is unwell the electromagnetic waves fall out of harmony. As the first step in treatment electrodes are placed on the body and the feedback from these is analysed by a therapy monitor, allowing the operator to map out, for instance, the acupuncture trigger points on the patient. The subsequent therapy then tries to re-introduce the harmonious energy waves into the body and ‘turn away’ the disharmonious ones. Thus Bioresonance therapy only uses the patient’s own electrical field (MORA therapy).