Electro-resonance diagnostics

Patients sometimes ask me:

"Dear Doctor, what examination would you prescribe or recommend just to screen holistically what’s going on with my body? I would love to check all in one go. Is that possible?"

To answer, I always inform the patient that there is no such magic holistic examination that would perfectly screen the whole human body, but still there is a Electro-Resonance Systemic Test which is closest to your expectations.

Dr. Gottfried Cornelissen (born in 1942)

physician, stomatologist, chemist, Heilpractician (in Germany: Postgraduate Specialist In Natural Medicine)

He is the founder of an Internet site that deals with the electro-resonance method: www.naturheilpraxis-cornelissen.de

Electro-Resonance Systemic Test

- this is a group of signal which are located in the software, the signals being first selected according to the given standards settled by the producer and later stored in the software.

The most important elements of this test are: 

1. The System of Basic Regulation:

Lymphatic system  e.g. swollen lower limbs – in this case the lymph system is often intoxicated and acidified 

Mesenchyme - this is an intercellular space – very often intoxicated

Mononuclear phagocyte system -   the system of phagocyte cells that are responsible for eliminating microbes and dead cells from a human organism; this system is often susceptible to viruses and toxines

Autoimmune diseases -  evaluation of severity and tendencies for the development of any rheumatoidal diseases in the future, i.e. Rheumatoid Arthritis, Muliple Sclerosis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Deficits in energy -  usually related to the deficits in specific minerals necessary for the production of energy in cells

Thymus -  this signal reflects the functioning of immunological system against fungi and cancers 

Intestinal dysbiosis:

  • fermentative processes,
  • Decay processes,
  • Candida Albicans,
  • fungal infection;

These four abnormalities are often cause different absorption problems, immunological disorders, or by any intoxication processes which have its origin in the production by pathological microbes located in human digestive tract.

Basic allergens:

wheat, rye, milk products, proteins

Hypersensitivity to those (and other) four allergens can be observed for example in fungal infection and they can further cause other abnormalities or serious diseases (e.g. autoimmune diseases)


  • Vitamins:  B1, B3,  B6,  B12,  E,  A, folic acid
  • Minerals (macro-elements) : calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium
  • Trace elements: iron, zinc, copper, molybdenum, selenium, iodine, manganese.
  • Amino acids : carnitine, cysteine, glutamine, lysine, phenylalanine, tyrosine, glutathione;

 Deficits in most important macro- or microelements are common among society nowadays and lead to many abnormalities that may later cause serious diseases. These deficits appear due to bad nutrition habits or problems with intestinal absorption processes and the combination of deficits takes place dependent on an individual patient.

Environmental toxins:

  • PCB (polychlorinated biphenyl),
  • PCP (penthachlorophenol),
  • xyladecor,
  • dioxine,
  • PAK,
  • Pyrethrum,
  • Formaldehyde,
  • Lindan,
  • Isocyanate,
  • DDT

These are the toxines which are easily soluble in fatts, thus they appear very hard to get rid off the human body ( the period of terminal half-life may reach even 3 years). The toxines block different processes very individually. With high severity, there is a need to eliminate these toxins as fast as possible. 

Heavy metals: lead, arsenic, mercury, beryl, palladium, nickel, cadmium

Similar to toxines mentioned above, these metals cause abnormalities in the functioning of many processes in human organism. Some of them are very hard to get rid of. In severe cases, i.e. autoimmune diseases, there is an the necessity to eliminate these toxins from the human organism in order to improve the regeneration of cells.

Degenerative disorders

  • general degenerative tendency (reflects the level of oxidative stress , i.e. the number of free radicals),
  • cysts,
  • benign tumors,
  • malignant tumors3*
  • Micro-organisms:
  • bacteria - many species
  • fungi
  • viruses (e.g. Herpes, Coxackie, Epstein-Barr virus, Cytomegalie)
  • intracelullar micororganisms: e.g. chlamydia, borreliosis, Brucelosis, listeriosis, mycoplasma, lues, and others
  • parasites  - many species

All these micro-organisms are possible to examine in a human organism. When they are identified, they often require a specific treatment.

Metabolic disorders:

  • Hypo- and hyperthyroidism,
  • Arteriosclerosis,
  • Urinary acid (gout) ,
  • Female hormones,
  • Stress hormones,
  • Brain neuromediators

Depending on the severity, these disorders may require specific treatment.

Latent disease foci

  • Paradental Granulation Tissue
  • Focal nosodes
  • paradental disorders

These diseases may require an extended diagnostics (e.g. RTG imaging of a tooth) and further there may appear necessity to implement a proper therapy based on identified cause of the disease.

Geopathic burden and electrostress – those may require relocating the bed in your room


This test is an extension of the Systemic Test and is used to identify those organs that are malfunctioning. Moreover, the test allows for carrying out interferential tests with pathogenic factors, in order to determine the specific pathogenic factor that is an actual cause of a given disorder which further leads to the malfunctioning of particular organs.

The test contains the so-called organ-  and tissue- signals

infectious foci in the head (sinuses, teeth, granulation tissue (after root canal treatment);

organs of human chest, abdomen, and pelvis;

bones, joints, tendons, synovial bursas;

nervous system (nerves, neuroganglions, particular brain areas, spinal cord);

arterial vessels in the area of head and neck;


This is an extension to the Systemic Test and includes:

  • signals for subsequent cancer types – in the case of problems with identifying the primary foci of a cancer, the test gives possibility for spotting the location of the cancer;
  • biochemical markers for a risk of cancer
  • Carcinominum nosodes (different homeopathic potencies) that allow to determine the risk for cancer, based on degenerative tendencies in a cell;

Test electro-resonance test allows to identify the cancer in a pre-clinical phase, that is when the cancer is impossible to identify with the use of tomography or USG. Cancer is always equipped with characteristic spectrum, thus the presence of resonance is often indicative of a disease or (by weak signal measurement) a human organism’s tendency for any deviations or pathologies. Test ‘malignant tumors’ may sometimes manifest as false positive, then this is this phase of a tumor that is called a ‘shortly before tumor’ phase, thus in this case the interpretation of all parameters must be carried out carefully and professionally. Some types of cancer may not be properly identified with this test.

Also, test electro-resonance allows to identify an array of infections with parasites (tapeworms, threadworms, blood flukes, lamblias, Candida, chronic viruses, anaerobic bacteria, fermentative bacteria, etc.). Examining these parasites with the use of the test is found very useful since the parasites may be located in the human organs different than digestive tract which makes it difficult to spot them with the use of regular diagnostic instruments. However, in some cases the parasites (in particular lamblia and Candida) appear hard to identify even though they are located in a digestive tract. Since it can be observed that most people today suffer from bad intestinal flora, the electro-resonance test appears much useful and necessary to perform in order to implement the effective treatment of intestinal dysbiosis.

Next, the test electro-resonance test makes it possible to assign particular toxines or diseases to the given organs in the human body. For example, if we recognize a lead burden in the patient, the test will help us to identify the organ which is actually burdened with the excess of the lead. Following, it is then possible to determine whether the liver symptoms are caused by the given toxine or they should be interpreted as those related to other factors (e.g. parasites). Then, the exact treatment is implemented (lead detoxication or parasite detoxication).

The test is also much helpful in determining any deficits or excess of neuromediators and hormones in human brain. Any anomalies in the number of particular neuromediators (serotonine, adrenaline, hydroxytriptamine, tryptophan, tyrosine, phenyloalanine, and others) are the actual cause of such disorders as depression, neurosis, problems with memory. In that case, there is a need for prescribing the exact therapy and the electro-resonance test allows to do this effectively.

Still, it is important to realize that the electro-resonance test and its diagnostic value that is realized through signals has not been verified with other diagnostic tools yet.  Thus, the test should be considered a supportive diagnostic method that will enhance the effectiveness of other regular diagnostic tools available today.