What to expect from an Initial Assessment- 1 Hour:
This takes an hour. It is comprised of 4 steps:
Step 1: Intake Form. You outline your symptoms, checking off as many as you can, so the assessment can be tailored to finding the root causes of what’s going on.
Examples of symptoms that a Muscle Testing Analysis can provide feedback on:
- Food Allergies
- Skin Conditions
- Bowel issues
- Digestive conditions
- Blood Sugar issues
- Irregular heart rate
- Breathing issues
- Nasal allergies
- Anaphylactic shock
- Urinary issues
- Sinus issues
- Thyroid problems
- Sleeping difficulties
- Deteriorating vision
- Hair thinning
- Brain fog
- Memory issues
- Appetite problems (too much, too little)
- Skeletal issues
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Muscle Pain
- Joint Pain
Step 2: Muscle Testing Analysis of all organ and gland test points.
This tells us which organs and glands are functioning normally and which are not.
Step 3: Muscle Testing Analysis of heavy metals (all elements on the periodic table).
This addresses the concern many people have about heavy metal toxicity. However, it should be understood that in most cases a heavy metal will only stick to you only if you have a parasite (which excretes waste which is full of bacteria that have an affinity for heavy metals, thereby soaking them up and making them stick to you).
In this way, element toxicity is an indicator of a parasite. We test for the element first since that is the best way to find the parasite but the focus is on the root cause (parasite), not the symptom (element toxicity).
Step 4: Muscle Testing Analysis of Parasites
This is cross referenced with the organ test points and elements so you can be aware of the following:
- Which parasites you have
- Which organ/gland/regions they are in
- Which health symptoms they are likely to be causing
- What your treatment options are
Note: The initial assessment is tailored to present the information about parasites you need to know to understand the root causes of your health issues. A follow up assessment needs to be scheduled to eliminate these parasites. The most efficient way of eliminating parasites is through an Electrode Therapy Assessment. This is generally a single-treatment process.
For first time clients outside Vancouver, you may wish to schedule an electrode therapy assessment to take place right after the initial assessment so as to save wait time or travelling back to Vancouver. This isn’t mandatory but it is recommended as an appointment right after yours may not be available once the day of your assessment arrives.
Recommended Schedule for Initial Assessment:
5:00 pm Initial Assessment
6:00 pm Electrode Therapy
The recommended sequence of assessments is as follows:
- Initial Assessment – 60 min
- Electrode Therapy – 60 min (eliminates all the parasites identified in the initial assessment)
Then, 2 to 4 weeks later:
- Follow up Assessment – 30 min (confirm all the initial concerns have been taken care of, get a clean bill of health or else have expectations set as to what else is going on, and what needs to happen for it to be addressed)
Total number of assessments needed to address your initial concern: 3 assessments spaced over 2.5 hours.