• Acupuncture is a method of encouraging the body to promote natural healing and to improve functioning. Originating in ancient China, it is the oldest continuously practiced medical system in the world. Over the past 2000 years, more people have been successfully treated with acupuncture than with all other modalities combined.

  • Modern research has given us insight as to the mechanics of the Acupuncture points and meridians, even if we still can’t measure Qi (chi) directly. We learn in High School Science classes that we are electrical beings; that there are positive and negative ions in every cell and tissue of the human body and these ions create an action potential that is necessary for every chemical reaction our bodies will ever make. These low-voltage micro-frequencies created by the exchange of positive and negative ions are responsible for cellular communication, nerve conduction and hormonal regulation of the endocrine system. The nerve receptors tell the endocrine system what to do. The endocrine system is responsible for releasing the proper hormones or chemical substances that regulate body functions. In the human body, there is not a space more than a millimeter that does not have a nerve ending. The acupuncture points run the course of these nerve vessels, and can be used to detect a problem in the electrical system and redirect the flow using pressure, or more effectively, an acupuncture needle.

  • Many factors, physical as well as mental, emotional and spiritual, can create a jamming of the electrical flow, like a kink in a hose, disrupting the endocrine system and chemical signaling. Stimulating the acupuncture-acupressure points tells the body how to operate more efficiently. The points may also "talk" to us. A skilled practitioner will share the significance of the points needed to regulate health and in that session help the client receive information from the area that is sore, numb or congested. The practitioner will point out the significant associations, and then help the client have a direct experience. When we have more awareness of the issues associated with the points and areas of our pain and dis-ease, we have a better chance of transforming the issues that may be blocking us from realizing our full potential. Taking the time to really listen is a large component of this incredibly elegant system of healing. To accommodate this important aspect, my sessions tend to be longer than most acupuncture appointments. I find that 2 hour sessions are more appropriate and prices reflect the time and attention to detail, while providing a big bang for the buck.

  • The medical model of Five Element Classical Acupuncture follows natural laws, which describe the flow, patterns and directions of life energy in nature and in the body. This life energy, called ch’i (qi), courses through the body to irrigate and nourish the tissues, as well as the emotional and mental functions. When the qi in the body is full and flowing, health is promoted. When there is an obstruction or deficiency in the qi, illness can begin. Needling the acupuncture points can influence the channels to reestablish the movement of qi and improve functioning of all the systems.

  • Acupuncture Needles -are sterile, disposable needles that are very slender, barely beyond the thickness of a human hair. The needles are used to stimulate the acupuncture points.

•    Pleomorphism, Isopathic Therapy and Cyclogeny
    The opinion represented by pleomorphic bacteriologists is that the fundamental changeability of forms allows for microorganisms to abruptly change from originally avirulent into potentially virulent conditions.
     Enderlein devoted the bulk of his scientific work which stretched for more than 40 years, to the complex question of pleomorphism, symbiosis and cyclogeny of microorganisms. He published over 500 scientific articles. His chief work was titled Bacteria Cyclogeny, Berlin, 1925. (It is currently published by Semmelweis Verlag, Hoya, in the German language; it is available in English language from Pleomorphic Product Sales Inc., Internet address:  http://www.pleoesp.com). In this book he described in detail the changes and development of the parasite in its variable forms and its cycle.
      This research was initiated by Enderlein in the year 1916, while he was working on typhoid. In blood using a darkfield microscope he observed mobile, tiniest living forms, named Spermits, which copulated with higher organized structures, whereafter the product of the copulation became suddenly invisible. Enderlein interpreted this as sexual processes, whereby tiniest, final products occurred, which are not visible to the eye of the light microscope. He named the symbiotic, primal plant germ in the erythrocyte Endobiont. This Endobiont lives in genuine symbiosis with the host organism, that is, with mutual benefits. Through outer factors, the Endobiont can multiply and develop - a process which can considerably disturb the symbiotic equilibrium. A healthy organism is capable of restoring the equilibrium. In this process, the more highly developed pathogenic germs are broken down into avirulent primitive forms through the copulation described by Enderlein. They leave the body through the natural organs of elimination.
    •    The Nature of Primal Germs and Symbiosis
     However, the capacity for regenerating symbiosis is usually massively weakened through unhealthy lifestyles that are not in harmony with nature! Symbiosis is completed when the symbiont makes itself independent and becomes a parasite. In this, the Endobiont undergoes three basic phases: colloid-bacterium-fungus. This means, it develops from the apathogenic, non-mobile, tiniest albuminoid particle (Protit) - which is to be classified in size with the viruses (0.01 µm) - via the nonvirulent chondrit stage into the parasitic, pathogenic stages such as bacterium and fungus. According to Enderlein, they are not representing unchanging organisms that are independent of each other, but altogether they form a singular, common cycle, which has its origin in the colloidal, albuminoid substances that are contained inside of each particular cell.
    •    Foundations for Isopathic Therapy
         Enderlein developed Isopathic Therapy with its specific biological remedies for all nonspecific, general symptoms that pertain to the Endobiosis Complex, based on the knowledge of the mutability of forms and the fact of the biological, and essential for life symbiosis between the mammal organism and the Endobiont. This unique perspective, at that time, distinguishes Enderlein as a pioneer of a modern, ecological world-view and puts monomorphism, which is still being taught, in question.
    •    In his Bacteria Cyclogeny, Enderlein describes the development of the two mold fungi species Aspergillus niger van Tieghem (SA 4-20) and Mucor racemosus Fresen (SA 4-11), beginning from the primitive phases as tiniest colloidal albuminoid particles, via the bacterial phase, up to the fungal stage...In these lower valences, the symbiont supports the metabolism of the host organism, thus strengthening the defense. The higher the Endobiont rises in its developmental series, the more it increases in toxicity. The upward development of the Endobiont via the Chondrit form and higher is the cause for the endobiontic diseases, up to the death of the host organism. In the course of this process, the Endobiont is most likely partaking in the development of tumors. In the stages of precancerosis, one finds higher valenced Endobionts in the blood. According to Devrient, the cancer problem cannot be solved without regard to blood parasitism and polymorphism of the microorganisms. For Enderlein, "cancer is for the host organism a fermentation and decomposition condition, forced upon it by a parasitic fungus and its developmental forms."
    •    Because the Endobiont devours protein greedily, its upward development and the Endobiosis or congestion resulting from it are especially co-created through improper nutrition. Among these diseases belong vascular changes, pathological coagulatory processes, geloses, rheumatism, arthritis, spondylosis, tonsillitis, lymphogranulomatosis, diabetes, gout, tumors of every type (even those that are benign and their prestages), anemia, leukemia, cerebral sclerosis and paralyses.
    •    The restriction of protein intake causes the return to lower phases, which then leave the body via the organs of excretion.
    •    The Isopathic Preparations of the Fungal Phase
    •    Another possibility for the breakdown of higher forms into lower stages is the exogenous supply of the so-called Chondritins in the quoted isopathic therapy. According to Enderlein, Chondritins are apathogenic, low developmental stages of diverse fungi, which can be either of a specific nature, as in the Mucor racemosus Fresen (SA 4-11) and Aspergillus niger von Tieghem (SA 4-20), or of an unspecific nature such as in Penicillium chrysogenum (SA 4-30) and Penicillium glabrum (SA 4-31). The specific Chondritins metabolize the virulent, parasitic microorganisms by copulation, thereby initiating their breakdown. The nonspecific Chondritins act as stimulating irritants by supporting the defensive capacity of the human organism through absorbing the ferments of foreign microbes.                            

    •    Continuum - Continuum’s movements are designed specifically to enhance the undulating spirals and circularity of the fluid system. Sound and breath are used as well as movement.               (
    •    Qi Gong -  pronounced “chee gong” -  a practice involving movement and regulated breathing which is designed to be therapeutic. (Wikipedia) It has more intention and early awareness than T’ai Chi and tends to be more stationary.
    •    Tai Chi – prounced ‘tie chee” - T'ai Chi is a gentle series of relaxing motions that cleanse the body's tissue of accumulated stress and, by doing so, boosts all aspects of our health systems. According to emerging research boosting the immune system’s strength dramatically, while reducing the incidence of depression, anxiety, and even reducing chronic pain conditions, are just a few of T’ai Chi’s myriad benefits.
    •    What makes ancient T’ai Chi the perfect modern balm is that it doesn't require special facilities or clothing, and doesn't even make you break a sweat, meaning you can do it in office attire in an empty boardroom just by kicking off your heels. Yet, it provides the same euphoria of a long run, the cardiovascular benefit of moderate impact aerobics, and burns nearly as many calories as downhill skiing.  More info on Tai Chi page. Bill Douglas at http://www.worldtaichiday.org
    •    S.M.I.L.E. Movement and Awareness– is a special form of QI Gong developed by Christine Simmons from her thrity year experience of moving meditations.  S.M.I.L.E. is an acronym for simple methods to induce loving energy. These movements and sounds harness, stimulate and enhance the true ch’i of the self and help transform emotions from their often limiting patterns. Click here for
S.M.I.L.E. Tapping.

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•    Heavy Metals Detox, especially of mercury and lead, is a complicated process best done slowly for safety and thoroughness. Refer to Intestinal Metals Detox Directions on Article pageor for more details click on link to Heavy Metals page:

    •    Kinesiological Testing and Autonomic Response Testing (ART) -

    •    Kinesiology: – n. The study of muscles and their movement, especially as applied to physical conditioning. {Gk. Kinesis = movement (kinein = to move ) + Engl. logy = doctrine, study or science.}
    The study of Kinesiology was developed in the sixties by Dr. George Goodheart, a chiropractor, who pioneered a specialty he called Applied Kinesiology after finding that benign psychical stimuli – for example, beneficial nutritional supplements – would increase the strength of certain indicator muscles, whereas hostile stimuli would cause those muscles to suddenly weaken. The implication was that at the unconscious level the body “knew,” and through muscle testing was able to signal, what was good and bad for it. The classic example was a universally observed weakening of an indicator muscle in the presence of a chemical sweetener; the same muscle strengthened in the presence of a healthy natural supplement.
     In the late ‘70s, Dr. John Diamond refined this specialty into a new discipline he called Behavioral Kinesiology. Dr. Diamond’s startling discovery was that indicator muscles would strengthen or weaken in the presence of positive or negative emotional and intellectual stimuli, the sound of music or a voice, or physical stimuli. A smile would make your muscles test strong, while the statement “I despise you” would make you test weak.
     Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt further developed this testing system, making it a part of his diagnostic/treatment methods of Applied Psycho-Neurobiology and Autonomic Response Testing. He theorized that muscle response is mediated by the autonomic nervous system.
     Over the last 40 years, multiple books and studies have been published on the use of Kinesiological testing, but a western medical establishment still does not accept it.
     Although superficial testing looks easy to do, it is extraordinarily sensitive and can be easily misused and misinterpreted.
     Kinesiological testing requires an honesty and maturity on the part of the tester, because intent to get a particular result can change the result of a test.
     Multiple conditions in the patient, such as emotional stress, scars, toxins, allergies and energetic imbalance can also change the results of the test. Dr. Klinghardt has developed a comprehensive way to approach the testing, making it a reliable and revealing diagnostic tool.

    •    MASSAGE -  the treatment and practice of manipulation of the soft body tissues with physical, functional, i.e. mechanical, medical/therapeutic, and in some cases psychological purposes and goals. (Wikipedia)
    •    Thai Massage - Thai massage is more energizing and rigorous than more classic forms of massage. Thai massage is also called Thai yoga massage, because the therapist uses his or her hands, knees, legs, and feet to move you into a series of yoga-like stretches. Many people say Thai massage is like doing yoga without any work.Muscle compression, joint mobilization, and acupressure are also used during treatment. (http://altmedicine.about.com/od/treatmentsmtoq/a/Thai_Massage.htm)
    •    Tui Na - is the name given to Traditional Chinese Massage. Tui Na translates as “push pull” and incorporates a variety of hand techniques and passive and active stretching to restore harmony between muscle and bone and nerve, restore the circulation of qi and blood and remove biochemical irritants.
    •    NUTRITION and Botanical Medicine -  you can order directly with 15% discount from 
    •    Chinese and Western Herbalism - Herbalism is a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medicinal botany,[citation needed] medical herbalism, herbal medicine, herbology, and phytotherapy. Sometimes the scope of herbal medicine is extended to include fungi and bee products, as well as minerals, shells and certain animal parts. Many plants synthesize substances that are useful to the maintenance of health in humans and other animals. These include aromatic substances, most of which are phenols or their oxygen-substituted derivatives such as tannins.
    •    Nutrition Response Therapy - Nutrition Response Testing is a medical muscle testing system grounded in solid science. Besides ART, it is the fastest and least invasive way to accurately detect food allergies, geopathic and biophysical stress, interference fields, stressed organs and structures, emotional blocks, heavy metal toxicity, dental problems, environmental toxicity and more.

    •    Dr. Joseph Mercola D.C. Chicago, Illinois

•    Body Work - a term used in alternative medicine or complementary medicine to describe any therapeutic, healing or personal development work which involves some form of touching, energetic work or the physical manipulation of a rational and practically oriented physical and somatic (see somatics) understanding of the body. (Wikipedia)
•    Cold laser of remedies tested through ART (more below). Quite often messaging and communication is disrupted in the body due to various stresses. Sometimes all we need is the information supplied through lasering the frequency to improve the functioning of a system or nutrient.
    •    coreSomatics - is a psychophysical modality that integrates movement/bodywork (Feldenkrais and Alexander techniques), depth psychology, ritual and ceremony, as well as the expressive arts.
    •    Cupping -  is a method of applying acupressure by creating a vacuum next to the patient's skin to remove blood stagnation in organs and tissues and improve circulation.
    •    Gua Sha -  is a healing technique involving  palpation and cutaneous stimulation where the skin is pressured, in strokes, by a round-edged instrument; that results in the appearance of small red petechiae called 'sha', that will fade in 2 to 3 days. (www.guasha.com) Both cupping and gua sha are used as a diagnostice and therapeutic technique to remove stagnation from the tissues, including lactic acid and other toxins. This release allows more oxygen to enter the cells and increases circulation.
    •    Electroporation - is a transdermal delivery system, first developed for cellular gene transfer, drug infusion and cancer research. A pulsed frequency of low amplitute, alternating current in a square wave is used to create an alteration of the cell membrane potential to open channels in the phospholipid bilayer of the cell membrane. This causes the formation of aquaporins or water channels to open momentarily, enabling substances to enter the cells. The cells return to a normal state once the impulse discharge is stopped. We use highly effective natural ingredients infused directly into the cells for pain relief or facial and neck/decolletage rejuvenation, lymph and sinus drainage. This needleless therapy is painfree and extremely effective.

  • Biological Medicine - incorporates both conventional and alternative medical practices to stimulate, balance and restore one's own healing mechanisms.  It's a unique holistic form of medicine founded in Germany in the 1950's that involves superior and highly innovative instrumentation. Assessment and treatment often involves combining biological sciences with ancient therapies such as Chinese medicine, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Pleomorphism and European traditions of natural and anthroposophical medicine.                 

    •    http://www.biologicalmedicine.com/                 More on Pleomorphism with you tube video on bottom of page.

    •    Pulsed Electromagnetic Therapy (here we use the iMRS, the most popular world wide, with 14 years of research).
    •    See links for more information on the latest therapy that Dr. Oz says is changing the way we practice medicine.

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Acupunct​ure Energetics