A quote from Sigolt Wenske (German naturopath and iridologe) highlights the greatest benefits of the iridodiagnosis: "Iridodiagnosis is first and foremost a prognostic, a preview. With that, it is possible to operate a primary prevention, that is more effective than a substitution behind schedule."
The preventive benefits of iridodiagnosis can be explained as: iridodiagnosis provides information on the patient´s constitution, also on their hereditary and overall acquired shape.
Each person has a specific way, per their constitution, to react to pathogenic factors and develops appropriate response pattern during their life.
These response patterns are visible in the iris. Based on this information, which disclose the constitution and weak points in the body, the practitioner will treat his patient and recommend him precautionary measures.
Each organism is surrounded by a natural electromagnetic field – the vital field.
The vital field, consisting of all the body’s own energies, varies from person to person because it depends on individual circumstances.
Hereditary predispositions, deficiencies or injuries – all these factors determine a person’s state of health and thus also influence his vital field.
Based on the vital field diagnosis and the visual representation, the doctor or therapist can now establish a reliable functional diagnosis, suggest preventive measures or recommend a meaningful therapy.
ABI measurement is an examination procedure used in the diagnosis of peripheral arterial disease (PAVK).
In the ABI measurement, the blood pressure is measured and compared by means of special arm and leg cuffs.
The resulting ABI-value makes it possible to detect and assess aperipheral arterial disease (PAVK) and provides information on thepersonal risk for a heart attack or stroke.
Free radicals are extremely difficult to measure.
Clearly uncomplicated and yet absolutely reliable, free radicals can be measured with theFORMplus absorption photometer. The FORMplus absorption photometer delivers laboratory-accurate results that enable professional and competent radical determination.
The oxidative stress resulting from the radical stress is also presented in the form of an oxidative stress profile for each patient. Only one drop of capillary blood is required for the test.
Accurate laboratory results are available within 7 minutes.
Pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy, the use of oral contraceptives and physical endurance training have an impact on the test result.
With this test, individual circulating tumour cells (CTCs) that have dissolved from the primary tumour can be counted in the blood.
The direct view of tumour activity and the ability to detect the efficacy of the therapies applied means a higher quality of life for the patients and possibly also a lifetime extension through early recurrence detection.
The stool test indicates pathological processes of the intestine.
Changes such as polyps or tumours are shown by this test.
This tumour marker can be traced long before it can be detected in the blood.
Darm cancer usually develops from benign polyps. The earlier a cancer is diagnosed, the greater the chances of successfully defeating the disease.
This test contributes to this.
All that is required for this test is a urine sample.
Less burdensome and reliable, this test is particularly suitable for patients from the age of 50. Age of life that statistically carries the greatest risk of bladder cancer.
If bladder cancer is present, the test will detect a nuclear matrix protein in the patient’s urine.
Upon the death of the degenerated cells, the nuclear matrix protein decomposes into soluble components, which can finally be detected in the urine by the test.
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