Healthcare in my family has many faces. We have a wonderful traditional primary care doctor and pediatrician, but there is one doctor that we’ve singled out, whose methods stand out among and knock out all the rest. She finds out what other doctors may not detect and leaves out almost nothing. The doctor l, my husband and my toddler make a point to see for a check up, a cold, a physical (and emotional) ache or anything at all is our EDS
doctor. And it is thanks to the Electro Dermal Screening (EDS) technique she uses that I have been able to raise my low thyroid and iron levels, lower my (hereditary) cholesterol, reverse onset osteoporosis and eradicate within a day a strong postpartum depression… all naturally and within a reasonable time. And these are only a few among many other benefits I have reaped from choosing this approach to my health and wellness. (A shout out to all EDS practitioners.)
In the 1940s and 1950s, brilliant German physician Dr. Reinhold Voll came to realize that specific points on the hands and feet corresponded to meridian (or energy pathway) end points. Initially, he developed a painless non-invasive way to test for sensitivity and allergies in his patients. This method, however, brought him to an unexpected realization: that he could also measure and assess the benefits of nutritional remedies for each individual.
Modern-day EDS is pro-active, preventative, non-invasive, all-natural, and FDA-approved (thankfully). It is practiced by only
🙁 a handful of roughly 27,000 health professionals worldwide, but its capabilities are more far-reaching and valid, in my humble or not-so-humble opinion, than most other approaches.
Using electromagnetic fields to assess the electrical resistance along the body’s meridians, this time-honored technology enables us to identify and evaluate imbalances in energy flow within specific organs, glands, and systems. An EDS practitioner can provide natural healing alternatives to benefit anyone of any age and any health circumstance, and to aid and guide them in achieving optimal
health. For severe conditions such as cancer, EDS can serve, not as an alternative, but as a crucially helpful aid in the patient’s recovery and in alleviating the unpleasant effects of their pharmaceutical medical treatments.
Treatment with EDS does not come with “extra baggage,” only solutions your body will thank you
The EDS procedure itself is quite fascinating. During the screening, you are to hold a brass rod in one hand while your EDS practitioner presses the tip of a separate brass probe over designated points on your fingers and then toes. When our doctor, Dr. Leane Hutcherson, presses the rod and the sound generated is not so ideal, she says “It sounds like a cow but we want it to sound like a race car.”
To conclude, go find out for yourself and no need for “good luck.” This approach IS luck.
[We love and miss you Dr. Lona Smith]