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Key Benefit of Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA) Testing
According to Chinese medicine, the meridians are a system of pathways that carry the life energy or "chi." This energy can be measured electrically at points along the meridians which are much more electrically conductive than the surrounding tissue.
The meridian system is like a blueprint that the body builds itself on. All of the biochemical processes of the body are run by the energy system, and if the blueprint is incorrect, the processes do not flow properly. This affects the cells, which in turn affects the tissues and results in symptoms. In effect, all symptoms begin in the energetic system.
In a government supported study in 1977, Phil Allen in Energy, Matter And Form stated that "[s]ince our bodies act as communication devices, we are constantly receiving and transmitting information coded into energy signals. Changes in our bioenergy field signal the onset of disease before it occurs physically." The assumption is that since symptoms have their roots in the energetic system, if the energetic imbalances are determined, and substances are found that restore balance in those areas, the body’s own systems can be stimulated to resolve the symptoms.
Using the Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA), one can test the various meridians of the body using a non-ionizing, non-thermal, frequency specific signal to determine which systems of the body are stressed, balanced or weakened. Once the meridian measurements are obtained, the MSA is used to balance the energy on that pathway.
The MSA is FDA registered as a Galvanic Skin Response Device whose function is Stress Assessment. These registrations are indicative of a commitment to the safety and wellbeing of both the patient and practitioner.
Testing the meridians using the MSA involves touching different meridian points on the hands and feet. MSA testing is a non-invasive way to obtain measurements because there are no needles that pierce the skin.
The MSA does provide valuable information, but does not diagnose disease.
Once the top ten organ systems are identified that are not balanced the patient has several additional testing options. Additional contributing factors that can be tested and evaluated include:
Some of the patients that Dr. Patrick Massie treats in his office have varying conditions that include but are not limited to the following:
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