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.
A meridian stress assessment may help detect and identify these energetic and regulatory disturbances early — even from the very beginning of a pre-clinical phase (when you display symptoms, but no one can identify their cause). 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. MSA is intended to bridge the existing diagnostic and therapeutic gaps. This technology is backed by over 40 years of research.
How it works
While holding electrodes*, a microamp current is sent through the body's meridians (energetic pathways) and captured through data access points on the hands. The existence of these data access points and energetic pathways have been validated using radioactive isotope imaging. The amount of current that passes through the cellular structure of the organ, gland, or system reveals how your body is functioning on an energetic level.
Once the system has identified the energetic disresonance, it will then pre-screen potential energetic frequencies to balance the disturbance. In doing this the system sends representative electromagnetic signatures and measures the response to see if it corrects the imbalance. An imprint of the balancing frequencies is made according to the system's findings.
*Electrodes will not be used if contraindicated by pacemaker, pregnancy or other contraindicated condition.