What is Biophysics?
Just the way "biochemistry" has to do with the chemistry of the body, "biophysics" has to do with the physics of the body. This can have to do with structural matters, but on this site we're really referring to how quantum elements like sound, light, and other frequencies affect the body. Using these for wellness is known as quantum healing.
The theory behind this kind of work is that our bodies have a field or fields running through them and extending from them, and that these fields instruct the body's chemistry. So if the field has been distorted by lifestyle, sleep, diet, environmental toxins, stress, EMFs, etc. ... then the instructions are off and the body doesn't function correctly.
Of course if you correct these fields but still fail to provide the body with rest, exercise, good nutrition, etc., the field will become distorted once again. So I believe quantum therapies and nutritional therapies, along with lifestyle improvements, should be used together.
Now you're going to run into skeptics out there who think that there's no such thing as quantum fields like this. Especially because of the evidence available to anyone who bothers to look, part of me thinks a lot of the online noise from skeptics comes from those paid by the pharmaceutical industry. But whether or not that's true, I'll just let them waste their breath arguing with Einstein, who said that matter doesn't exist and that everything is fields. What we think of as matter? Just wave interactions. It's all vibrations.
Besides that, today's scientists are already proving these people wrong. They have already shown the ability to turn on and off genes using sound and light. (Optogenetics: the field of controlling cellular activity with light.) They can also stimulate cells as peptides do ... using only sound. And despite the fact that skeptics keep insisting that there is no proof that magnets induce healing, a 5-year study under an $875,000 grant at the University of Virginia showed the healing effects via magnetic effects on circulation. Of course even heat affects the body, as we see in fevers (which are needed to kill off harmful elements), and we use infrared therapies for this purpose.
What I do grant skeptics is this: even though it is clear to me that the future of medicine must involve quantum therapies, it doesn't mean that every quantum therapy promoted today works. I also believe that the placebo effect plays a role ... precisely as it does in mainstream medicine. (Antidepressants are a great example -- plenty of possible side effects and no proven benefit beyond placebo.) But don't tell me that this invalidates quantum therapies unless you're willing to invalidate mainstream medicine on this charge as well.
I have indeed owned and explored a great number of quantum therapies, and I'll share some of my experiences on this site. I'll briefly note here that you have intuitive therapies -- like Reiki or esoteric healing -- whose value depends on something you can't replicate. At least with technology or manufactured remedies, a portion of the therapy is outside the practitioner. Even then, just as in medicine, placebo plays a role, and part of this has to do with the care given to someone. The mind and emotions play their own powerful role in our well being, and if we are cared for and given time and heard ... all of this contributes to our recovery. Someone handling clients well should be able to get far better results than someone who does not, regardless of the therapy.
Hopefully this is a good introduction to biophysics and quantum healing. Beyond this, you can explore my pages on specific therapies I've experienced or owned.