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Resonance Bio-Correction (RBC) is a method of corrective influence that is to some extent contemplated in any orthodox therapy. All mainstream medicine (except surgery) is built upon the desire to balance an organism's specific sections or systems, normalize the endocrine profile, bring the CNS into an equilibrium state and thus arrest spontaneous impulses that disturb the balance of the dependent sections; everything comes down to one thing – systematization, synchronization, balance, orderliness and coordination.

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As of today, there are many different technologies of corrective influence on human organisms. Some of them are of widespread occurrence and universally enjoy popularity that is quite deserved. These are primarily various psychotechnics, hypnosis-based forms of influence, sensory-field corrections, reflexotherapy and many others. In a certain aspect they all come in touch with the method of Resonance BioCorrection (RBC), assuming some way possible influence on the biological organism’s intrastructural processes, however, showing at the same time just separate aspects of the system-wide correcting process as such, that is considered as a unified integrated system in the very context of the meditative and virtual programming (MVP). Methods that are not based on a comprehensively universal approach, allowing to consider the human structural organization as a multi-level spatial-temporal complex of electromagnetic nature with the common system-wide centerDescription of sense-bearing orientation and multiple habitat-evolved counter-exchange interconnections, have to solve problems of various pathologies differentiation at the account of just one or several peripheral channels of interaction.

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The subject of Resonance Biocorrection (RBC) guidelines is the essence of the method, possibility of and requirements to RBC. Worked out RBC solutions can be used in hospital, out-patient conditions and at home under a doctor’s supervision as a monotherapy or as a component of complex therapy. An extensive clinical appraisal of the method has proved that this method is most promising when common treatment methods fail or there is intolerance to medications. The guidelines are meant for physical therapists, reflexologists and other competent doctors and for a wide range of users.

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