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More than 70 percent of patients in any general practice suffer from functional disturbances. Simply speaking, a functional disturbance occurs when no specific tissue or organ damage can be identified by conventional lab work or other pathological diagnostics, yet the patient still experiences a myriad of symptoms.
Functional medicine helps detect and identify these energetic and regulatory disturbances. Functional disturbances can be detected early – even from the very beginning of a preclinical phase (when you display symptoms, but nobody can identify their cause).
Disease does not begin with pathology, but with a preclinical phase. Functional disturbances occur when a living organism can no longer compensate adequately for changes in the environment. Environmental changes include both internal conditions of the body and external circumstances.
Ideally, it would make good sense to assess a patient using functional evaluation methods and treatment protocols. These methods have shown effective in not only helping to identify and correct preclinical disorders and symptomatology, but also in reducing or even reversing morphological and pathological deterioration.
Functional medicine is intended to bridge the existing diagnostic and therapeutic gaps. Backed by over 40 years of research, this technology clearly continues to deliver life-changing results.
Economically, considerable time and substantial amounts of money could be saved simply by taking advantage of the benefits of this powerful technology in the emerging field of functional medicine.
The process begins by taking energetic readings and measuring the body's capacitive reaction. Through the process, customized filters (frequencies) relating to specific issues (such as chemical toxins, allergies, digestion, etc.) are output. If any of these filters creates a disturbance to any energetic component, cellular component, tissue, organ, or system of the body, the negative response will be registered by the patient's body though the Asyra.
The system will then automatically load products (remedies) that are useful for restoring homeostasis or balance. It will then quickly scan through these until the patient's body identifies the product/remedy that will remove the underlying disturbance and allow the patient to obtain an improved level of health. The product/remedy is then placed in the Hold Tank to store your results. The Hold Tank stores both the filter(s) that created an imbalance/disturbance and the products (remedies) that allow the individual's body to restore homeostasis, balance, or improved health.
Drawing from a clinical pool of 1,800 patients, E. Alan Jeppsen, M.D., and Steven G. Osguthorpe, N.D., conducted a double-blind study of over 600 randomly assigned patients, of which 100 were used as control subjects. This study, “Effectiveness of the Asyra in Assessing Sub-Physiologic Thyroid Levels in Women 35 to 65 Years of Age,” yielded a 97 percent correlation with blood chemistry. The full study is available online at www.asyra.com.
On average, three to twelve visits are needed to fully restore optimum health. After each visit, you should notice positive changes in your health and an overall reduction of your symptoms.
The good things in life are better... when you're healthy.