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Bio-Meridian Testing

Bio-Meridian Testing - Determine Your Energetic Health & Balance

Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA) is used to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of a person's energetic health and balance. This process involves measuring electrical conductivity at responsive points (meridian points) on the skin - typically on the hands and feet. The locations of the test point generally correspond to those of acupuncture points. These measurements are recorded to help provide a profile of a patient's present condition. 

According to European medical research, acupuncture points are related to the body's organs and organ systems. Major groups of points are connected through channels, or meridians. Twenty of these meridians begin or end on the hands and feet. 

As a patient moves toward or away from health, the condition of any particular organ or system can be sensed along the meridians at representative points. As a result, stress associated with the corresponding organs can be surveyed using the indicated points.

After the initial measurements have been taken and recorded, the results can be reviewed. If stress values are above or below equilibrium, the System's extensive computer database will allow consideration of a wide range of possibilities that might help the patient regain a healthy balance. The MSAS allows consideration of thousands of herbal, homeopathic, and nutritional products.

Overall, an MSAS provides a completely non-invasive method for gaining valuable information about the body's vital functions. The primary objective of this procedure is to disclose patterns of stress and to provide feedback for use in a program to help restore each system and meridian to an appropriate balance.

BioMeridian's MSAS-Professional System
The Meridian Stress Assessment Systems provide extraordinary new perspective on the state of the body's energetic health. With BioMeridian's MSAS-Professional system for meridian stress assessment, a practitioner may choose to use the information gathered to determine the next step in a patient's health care. 

  • Non-invasive sensitivity screening. NO scratch testing or injections are necessary.
  • Nutritional evaluations can help patients who are looking for nutritional balance.
  • Consider possible complementary approaches that may help a patient achieve a more balanced energetic state.
  • Identify specific dental stressors that might contribute to health problems.
  • Test for toxicity and drainage levels, and their effects on energy and organ functions.
  • Help patients maintain the structural or functional integrity of important systems.
  • Suggest whether there is a condition present that may require traditional medical treatment.

Bio-Reportorization
Bio-Reportorization is a fast, accurate, and objective profiling tool that assists a practitioner in identifying the optimal homeopathic protocol, including Main, Secondary, and Phase remedies for each patient, in 20 minutes.

This revolutionary profiling tool provides the practitioner with objective patient data which assists in determining what major systems and organs of the body are stressed or weakened, what homotoxicological phases are potentially in process, and what symptoms may be present within the identified phase. This information, including MSA-testing data, profiling information, phase determination, and patient symptoms is combined and analyzed to drive the practitioner to the optimal homeopathic protocol.

Bio-Reportorization is designed to deliver long-term benefits to patients by quickly identifying areas of potential concern, and then focus on supporting core functional health. Patient symptoms, although important, provide only one piece of the data used to determine the optimal protocol for patients. Bio-Reportorization's strength lies in its ability to combine multiple sources of patient information to assist the practitioner in identifying the optimal protocol. 

If you have specific questions about the MSAS-Professional,
or would like to schedule an appointment for testing, please
contact Advanced Chiropractic & Nutrition Health Solutions today.

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