How is MSA testing administered?
MSA testing is delivered as a microamp current that is sent through the body’s meridian pathways and is captured through data access points on the hands.
The meridians, or energetic pathways, create a network through which we can assess the energetic status of your body.
The amount of current that passes through the cellular structure of the organ, gland, or system reveals the energetic status of the tissues. Because the assessment is based on defined parameters of normal energetic criteria, any deviation from this standard can be readily detected. This allows us to see a true picture of how your body is actually functioning.
Once we have identified the variation of energy in the body, we pre-screen potential therapeutic options. We send representative electromagnetic signatures of remedies to the body and measure its response...
Nationally and internationally, patients have reported over 80 percent satisfaction with the results of MSA testing and Functional Medicine.
On average, three to twelve visits are needed to fully restore optimum balanced energy. After each visit, you should notice positive changes in your health and an overall reduction of your symptoms.
Scientific findings made over the past ten years are upending long-held assumptions about toxic chemicals and human health. Research published in peer-reviewed scientific journals consistently finds that various toxic chemicals affect health at much lower levels than previously believed, that children and the developing fetus are especially susceptible to chemical exposure, and that different chemicals can interact in ways that exacerbate harm.
A practice known as bio monitoring (measuring chemical levels in human blood, urine and tissue) is uncovering evidence that exposure to many industrial chemicals and pesticides is widespread in the American population. Various chronic diseases have increased in incidence during the last two decades, prompting some experts and policy makers to call for more comprehensive tracking of diseases and environmental exposures to toxic chemicals. According to the Trust for America’s Health
- The number of people suffering from asthma increased 75% between 1980 and 1994. Among children under 4, the disease exploded by 160%.
- Endocrine and metabolic chronic diseases like diabetes increased by 20% between 1986 and 1995.
- Low birth weight and premature babies have been rising since 1980. Today, birth defects are the number one killer of infants in America.
- Neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis increased by 20% between 1986 and 1995.
- Leukemia, which is the most common childhood cancer, increased by more than 15% over the past 20 years.
- Brain cancers and other tumors in children’s nervous systems rose by more than 25% between 1973 and 1996.