Something fishy going on at 'healing centre'

The Malay Mail reporter Thasha Jayamanogaran speaking to one of the 'patients' at the centre.
The Malay Mail reporter Thasha Jayamanogaran speaking to one of the 'patients' at the centre.

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 3 — The scent of suspicious activities reeked as we entered Bioresonance Health Solutions Center, operating in a three-storey building in Pekeliling Business Centre.

The signage was small and didn’t reflect a proper health facility where dozens of patients visit daily.

We took the elevator to the second floor where the Bioresonance treatment and consultation takes place. On the right was the room of the “mind-reading doctor” where a man probably — in his 40s — had wires and electron cables attached to him. A laptop seemed like it was reading the man’s “microwave pulse”.

The man, obviously a patient, looked like a lab rat but the only difference was he probably volunteered to do it.

In the waiting area there were about 10 people, some of whom came for treatment or consultation. There was another treatment room where another person was also strapped to another machine.

There was no business registration, doctor’s accreditation or certificates in the premises. Rates on the treatment and consultation were pasted on the wall on the second floor together with the Cool Sauna service rates which allegedly can cure skin diseases and helps with weight loss.

There were only three bioresonance machines, one which we were told was out of order. Staff-wise, there were two female front-desk employees and another man in his 20s who was manning the bioresonance machines.

During our 90-minute visit, we observed that some patients were strapped to the machine for 15 minutes while some were on for almost 40 minutes.

Conversations with several patients, who said they heard of the “magic healthcare centre” through word of mouth, added to our suspicions. Their testimonies of how they were speedily recovering from ailments such as cancer, stroke and ulcers were too good to be true.

Their tales left us thinking that some had been planted there to praise the treatment and the “doctor” to convince first-time visitors of the power of bioresonance.