Iridology

Iridology is a science based on the analysis of one of the most complicated and remarkable tissue structures of the body, the iris. It is a method of assessment whereby the doctor or health practitioner can tell, from studying the markings or signs in the iris, the condition of various organs and systems of the body.
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Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on the philosophical concept that if balance is restored the person heals. It seeks to balance yin and yang, the Five Elements, the emotions and the spirit. Chinese medicine treats disease by altering the body’s internal energies.
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Persian Humoral Medicine

Humoral Medicine holds that the human body is filled with four basic substances, called humours, which are held in balance when a person is healthy. All diseases and disabilities result from an excess or deficit in one of these four humors. When a person has a surplus of one fluid then that person’s personality, and eventually health, is affected.
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Contact Reflex Analysis

Contact Reflex Analysis is a method of analyzing the body’s structural, physical and nutritional needs. A deficiency in any of these areas could cause or contriblute to various acute or chronic health problems. CRA is not a method of diagnosis. It is a means by which a health professional uses the body’ reflexes to accurately determine the source of a health problem.
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Total Body Modification

Total Body Modification therapy is a technique that is used to find the organ or area of the body that is stressed, determine why it is stressed and then correct the problem by restoring balance to the nervous system and there for one’s health and well being.
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Herbology

Herbology is the Chinese art of combining medicinal herbs. It is traditionally one of the more important modalities utilized in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Each herbal medicine prescription is a cocktail of many herbs tailored to the individual patient.
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Nutritional Therapy

Nutritional therapy is a complementary therapy, which means it can work alongside orthodox medicine. It is a way of using food and supplements to encourage the body’s natural healing. It does this by: detoxifying the body, correcting vitamin and mineral deficiencies, restoring healthy digestion, and developing a positive attitude.
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