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  • Acupressure is an ancient healing practice based on the idea of chi, an essential life force that flows through the body's invisible meridians.

  • Practitioners apply deep, focused finger pressure to specific points on the body called acupoints to promote the free and balanced flow of chi, which is believed to lead to physical and spiritual health.

  • Acupressure can relieve common ailments and discomforts, such as headaches and back pain, and can also be used for prevention and first aid.

  • However, caution should be exercised in certain cases, such as serious illnesses, open wounds, or pregnancy.

  • Acupressure can be used as a self-help therapy or as an adjunct to professional treatment.



  • EFT is a form of Energy Psychology and is used to optimize emotional health, which is essential to physical health and healing.

  • EFT involves tapping the energy meridians on the head and chest while thinking about specific problems and voicing positive affirmations.

  • The tapping and affirmations work to clear emotional blocks and restore balance to the body's bio-energy system.

  • EFT can help implement positive goals, reduce or eliminate pain, reduce food cravings, and remove negative emotions.

  • Emotional issues are often based on specific events rooted in the past, and EFT is applied turn by turn to each of these events to collapse the emotional issue as a whole.

  • The human body is an energy configuration, and EFT works based on new discoveries involving the body's subtle energies.

  • EFT has been clinically proven effective for trauma, abuse, stress, anxiety, fears, phobias, depression, grief, addictive cravings, and hundreds of physical symptoms.

  • EFT is a missing piece to the healing puzzle and is rapid, long-lasting, and gentle without any drugs or equipment involved.



  • The Quantum Resonance Magnetic Body Health Analyzer is a non-invasive instrument that collects data from various body systems by holding a sensor in your hand for one minute.

  • It captures the weak magnetic frequency and energy emitted from cells of the human body, which can represent good health, sub-health, or diseases.

  • The collected data is compared with standard quantum resonant spectrum of diseases, nutrition, and other indicators to provide a detailed report of the condition of the entire body.

  • This report can help clinical practitioners in treatment, and early detection of major diseases can lead to early preventative treatment.

  • The benefits include quick analysis of health condition, non-invasiveness, and a comprehensive health report for both the patient and practitioner.



  • Herbal medicines are made from various plant materials, and contain multiple active ingredients.

  • They are used for treating chronic or mild conditions, and occasionally as complementary therapy for acute and severe diseases.

  • Different cultures have their own traditional systems of herbal medicine, such as western herbology, Chinese medicine, and Ayurvedic medicine.

  • Synergism is an important governing principle of medical herbalism, which holds that the combination of each element of a plant forms its healing properties.

  • Infusions, decoctions, tinctures, compresses, and poultices are methods for preparing and using herbs.

  • It is important to prepare herbs correctly as they can be toxic in excess.

Acupressure & Biofeedback
Herbal Medicince & EFT
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  • Homeopathy is a form of holistic medicine that aims to help the body heal itself.

  • It works for both short-term and long-term illnesses and emphasizes prevention of illness.

  • Homeopathic remedies are minute substances that treat like with like.

  • The practice of homeopathy is based on the law of similar, minimum dose, and whole-person prescribing.

  • The consultation is detailed and aims to build a complete picture of the patient's mental, physical, and emotional health.

  • Remedies are usually prescribed one at a time and may change as symptoms clear.

  • Homeopathy can treat almost any physical or psychological complaint, but efficacy varies by individual.

  • Homeopathic remedies are safe for everyone, but caution should be taken when using them alongside conventional medical treatment.



  • Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber with air pressure three times higher than normal.

  • HBOT is well-established for treating decompression sickness, but it also benefits other conditions such as serious infections and wounds that won't heal due to diabetes or radiation injury.

  • Four factors determine the effectiveness of HBOT: duration, pressure, gas mixture, and frequency.

  • To prepare for HBOT, wear loose, comfortable clothing, avoid smoking, consuming alcohol or carbonated drinks, and discuss your medication list with the doctor.

  • Benefits of HBOT include increasing oxygen levels in tissue, enhancing the growth of new blood vessels, reducing swelling and edema, shortening the inflammatory process, improving range of motion, and promoting healing and tissue regeneration.



  • Kinesiology is a practice that combines elements of Eastern and Western medicine and uses muscle testing to detect imbalances in the body.

  • It was developed by Dr. George Goodheart in the US and is mainly practiced in the West, particularly in Europe and Russia.

  • Kinesiology views the body as an interconnected whole, with muscles, organs, and glands connected via energy circuits.

  • Muscle strength is used to diagnose imbalances, and challenges such as physical, chemical, or mental stimuli are applied to assess the body's response.

  • While some basic claims of kinesiology are supported by research, many others remain unproven.

  • The practitioner takes a medical history, assesses posture and structural imbalances, and performs muscle strength tests using indicator muscles.

  • Challenges include physical pressure on bones and muscles, exposure to substances for testing toxicity and allergies, and mental focus.

  • Treatment may involve joint manipulation, acupuncture, homeopathic remedies, or nutritional advice.

  • The length and number of sessions depend on the individual's condition, and muscles are retested to monitor changes.



  • Healing through trance has been practiced in ancient cultures worldwide, with individuals in contact with supernatural powers believed to cure the sick.

  • Anton Mesmer in the 18th century attempted to use "animal magnetism" to effect cures, developing hypnotic methods that gained scientific attention.

  • Dr. Pierre Janet in the 1900s theorized that hypnosis could reach the unconscious mind and uncover hidden meanings behind neurotic symptoms.

  • In the 1950s, hypnosis gained acceptance in mainstream medicine and psychotherapy, approved by the American Medical Association as a useful tool.

  • Hypnotherapy is used in the United States and Britain to improve physical and mental health, alleviate pain, anxiety, and phobias, and aid in dental treatments.

  • While the full mechanism of hypnotherapy remains unexplained, it is taught in medical schools and widely considered effective in promoting healing and behavioral changes.

  • Hypnosis induces a trance state, a balance between waking and sleeping, allowing contact with inner realities and improved communication between the conscious and unconscious mind.

  • Hypnotherapy sessions create a relaxed and safe atmosphere, with the therapist guiding the client into a trance state using suggestive terms and visualization techniques.

  • The client remains aware but detached during hypnosis, able to speak and end the trance if necessary.

  • Hypnotism is not recommended for individuals under the influence of alcohol or drugs, those with psychotic conditions, or children under five years old.




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  • Naturopathic medicine aims to provide holistic healthcare by drawing from traditional healing systems and emphasizing the healing power of nature.

  • Naturopathic doctors follow seven principles: help nature heal, do no harm, find the underlying cause, treat the whole person, encourage prevention, recognize wellness, and act as a teacher.

  • Naturopathic practitioners may use alternative therapies such as homeopathy, herbal remedies, Chinese medicine, spinal manipulation, nutrition, hydrotherapy, massage, and exercise.

  • The term "naturopathy" was coined by Benedict Lust, who based his ideas on the concepts of Vincent Preissnitz and Father Kneipp, pioneers of "nature cure" and "natural hygiene."

  • Naturopaths believe that good health is achieved through clean air, clean water, clean food, and exercise.

  • They believe that infections can be prevented by maintaining the body's natural state and that the body can heal itself with the right conditions.

  • Naturopaths encourage symptoms of illness to come out and support the body's fight to restore balance.

  • Fasting is often prescribed for simple infections, and attention is given to the health of the bowels and dietary changes.

  • Special diets and colonic irrigation may be used to clear the gut and eliminate "unfriendly" bacteria that contribute to toxicity, allergy, and poor immunity.

  • Nutrition therapy and diet play a significant role in alternative medicine approaches to healthcare.

  • Alternative medicine practitioners often emphasize the importance of a well-balanced and nutrient-dense diet to promote optimal health and prevent or treat various health conditions.

  • They believe that proper nutrition supports the body's natural healing abilities and can help restore balance and vitality.

  • Some alternative medicine modalities, such as naturopathy and Ayurveda, have specific dietary guidelines tailored to individual body types or constitutions.

  • Alternative medicine practitioners may use various approaches to assess an individual's nutritional needs, including dietary analysis, assessment of symptoms, and consideration of overall health and well-being.

  • Dietary recommendations in alternative medicine often focus on whole foods, emphasizing fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and lean proteins.

  • Practitioners may advise avoiding or minimizing processed foods, artificial additives, refined sugars, and unhealthy fats.

  • Alternative medicine approaches may promote specific dietary protocols, such as vegan or vegetarian diets, gluten-free diets, or elimination diets to identify food sensitivities.

  • Nutritional supplements, including vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other natural substances, may be recommended to address specific deficiencies or support overall health.

  • Alternative medicine practitioners may also consider food as medicine and use specific foods or herbal remedies to target specific health concerns or promote healing.

  • Some alternative medicine practices, like Traditional Chinese Medicine, use the concept of food energetics to classify foods as having cooling, warming, or neutral properties, which are believed to affect the body's energy balance.

  • Mindful eating, chewing food thoroughly, and maintaining a relaxed eating environment are often encouraged in alternative medicine to enhance digestion and absorption of nutrients.

  • Alternative medicine approaches may emphasize the importance of individualized dietary plans, considering factors such as age, gender, activity level, and specific health conditions.

  • The goal of nutrition therapy and diet in alternative medicine is to support the body's innate healing abilities, optimize overall health and well-being, and prevent or manage various health conditions through the power of nutrition.



  • Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy replicates the Earth's natural magnetic field.

  • The therapy originated from NASA's research on astronauts and the benefits of pulsed electromagnetic fields.

  • PEMF therapy works by inducing a mild electrical magnetic current into damaged cells to restore normal cell interaction and promote tissue healing.

  • Benefits of PEMF therapy include FDA approval for anxiety, depression, and bone fractures, reduction of pain and inflammation, improved sleep, reduced migraines, faster recovery from injuries and surgery, improved nerve repair, enhanced immune system, stress reduction, detoxification support, accelerated cell growth and tissue repair, and enhanced metabolism.

  • PEMF therapy has scientifically documented beneficial effects on various tissues in the body.

  • The therapy triggers a cascade of biological processes that support healing in ailing tissues.

  • Specific pulsed electromagnetic frequencies are used to facilitate the therapeutic exchange of energy in a safe and cost-effective manner.



  • Richard Gordon is a pioneer in energy healing and the founder of Quantum-Touch.

  • Quantum-Touch is a hands-on healing method that uses light touch to observe bones spontaneously adjusting into proper alignment and accelerate healing.

  • Practitioners focus on amplifying life-force energy to raise their vibration level and invoke the power of resonance for healing.

  • When bones move back into alignment, the adjustments tend to hold longer and are maintained by the body itself.

  • Energy affects matter on a subatomic level and works its way through cells, nerves, and muscle tissues before affecting the bones.

  • Quantum Touch has been effective in various conditions, including organic, systemic, musculoskeletal, trauma, pain, and inflammation.

  • Practitioners learn meditations, breathing techniques, and body awareness to shift their vibration and use intention and attention in their practice.

  • Clients remain fully clothed and can sit or lie down during the session.

  • Specific issues or a full body treatment can be addressed, with hands placed lightly over the area of focus.

  • Sessions result in deep relaxation and often continue to have effects for up to 72 hours or longer with advanced techniques.

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  • Total Body Modification (TBM) is a healing modality in the field of energy medicine and energy psychology.

  • TBM involves testing systems, organs, and specific points in the body to identify and correct health impairments and structural imbalances.

  • It focuses on functional physiological malfunctions, which are signs and symptoms indicating something is not right within the body.

  • TBM aims to restore balance to the nervous system by finding stressed body parts, determining the cause of stress, and correcting the problem.

  • The technique stimulates specific areas of the spine to re-polarize neurons in the brain and regain control over affected organs or body parts.

  • TBM can be effective even when laboratory tests are normal but symptoms are present, detecting a loss of 1-2% of organ function.

  • A TBM practitioner uses muscle testing, touching specific points on the body, and making corrections to reprogram the body's internal computer.

  • TBM can be used to desensitize allergies, treat side effects of medication, and address various health conditions such as chronic fatigue, viruses, joint problems, and more.

  • TBM can increase the efficacy of homeopathic treatment and is associated with the occurrence of miracles when the right approach is applied at the right time.

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