Use Evidence as a basis for treatment

When attempting to understand the underlying cause of any condition it is essential to have a strong basis for any treatment that will be recommended. We come from a firm belief that objective evidence needs to be available that supports and understanding of the specific condition.

From physical, emotional or cardiovascular health issues there needs to be a clear understanding of what is causing the condition to manifest and it is based upon this that the most appropriate treatment is chosen.

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Examples of Treatment Monitored Using AcuGraph Digital Meridian Analysis

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Initial Assessment Example

Using AcuGraph Digital Meridian Analysis we accurately measure the energy of your vital organs. This assessment gives us a very clear and objective basis upon which we will base your treatment plan.

The graph opposite is from the initial assessment of one client. As you can see the overall sense of the graphs shows significant energetic imbalances. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the term “Yin & Yang” refers to balance, and as you can see there is no sense of balance in this reading.

When significant imbalances exist there is the possibility of experiencing physical, mental and emotional issues as the organ energy has an impact in all of these areas. Traditional Chinese Medicines view of how the organs function and relate to one another encompasses more functionality than western medicine.

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Final Assessment Example

Using a treatment plan that was based upon Acupuncture, Medical Qi Gong exercises and Nutritional Supplementation this client experienced a significant reduction in the presenting symptoms and as you can see the overall sense of the graphs now shows a greater sense of balance. The principles of “Yin & Yang” of balance and ease of flow can easily be seen in these graphs.

As you can see not only has the overall flow of energy improved the energy levels have also climbed. When the flow of energy is improved it will impact the energy of the physical body, improve mental energy and helps to improve emotional energies.

Choosing The Most Appropriate Treatment

No two people are the same and no two conditions are the same. In western medicine conditions are labelled under a name and they call this a disease. However no two people will experience exactly the same symptoms of the condition. As such the treatment chosen cannot be a one treatment fits all solution. It needs to address the symptoms but more importantly it needs to address the underlying cause.

When we work with a client we use the objective evidence gathered in step 1 to form the basis of our treatment plan. We use this evidence to tailor a specific program that will address the underlying cause of the condition as well as addressing the symptoms. When creating a treatment plan we will choose the most appropriate therapy from our skill set. These may include one or more of the following;

  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Dietary Changes
  • Food Based Nutritional Supplementation
  • Medical Qi Gong
  • Physical Therapy based upon Oriental Body Balance
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Initial Cardiovascular Health Assessment Example

Using the “Gold Standard” in cardiovascular health assessment we assessed this client and the following was noted;

Peripheral Blood Pressure – Normal

Pulse Rate – Normal

Central Blood Pressure – Normal

Arterial Stiffness – Elevated

Vascular Age – 65 years old.

Although this client was 40 years old at the time of her assessment her Arterial Stiffness Levels were compromised meaning that her risk of developing arterial plaque which could lead to arterial blockages or stroke or heart attack. When we applied our Vascular Age Equivalence Test her risk was equal to that of a 65 year old woman.

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Final Assessment Example

Using a treatment plan that was based upon Acupuncture, Medical Qi Gong exercises and Nutritional Supplementation this client experienced a significant reduction in the presenting symptoms and as you can see the overall sense of the graphs now shows a greater sense of balance. The principles of “Yin & Yang” of balance and ease of flow can easily be seen in these graphs.

As you can see not only has the overall flow of energy improved the energy levels have also climbed. When the flow of energy is improved it will impact the energy of the physical body, improve mental energy and helps to improve emotional energies.

Empowering Through Education

It is our belief that our clients need to understand fully the mechanisms at play that have led to the development of any condition. Even what appears to be simple musculosceletal issues can have their origin in nutritional deficiencies, organ imbalances, meridian energy blockages and even emotional issues so our goal is to educate our clients on the possible contributing factors so that they can consciously addressed as part of the overall treatment plan.

An Objective Index of Change

In Step 1 we gather objective information that allows us to create a treatment plan that is focused on addressing the primary cause of your illness.

The technology that we use allows us to accurately track your progress and we monitor our clients progress over the course of their treatment. We call this “An objective index of change” as our approach is based upon real and tangible evidence rather than subjective whims or inclinations.

The unfortunate truth with approaches adopted by many complementary medical practitioners is that they are based upon the felling of the practitioner at the time. Though this approach works at times it doesn’t stand up to any scrutiny. Our approach provides real and measurable objective evidence of changes that occur over the course of treatment.

The Process We Use