Homotoxicology Biodiagnostics

Homotoxicology BiodiagnosticsHomo = human; toxicology = removing human toxins

 

 

 

 

 

What is Homotoxicology?

Homotoxicology (also known as bio-diagnostics) is a modern form of homoeopathy, that bridges classical homoeopathy and modern medicine. It was devised by a German doctor, Dr Hans Heinrich Reckeweg, during the 1940s and 50s. He developed a system of homoeopathy using combinations of homoeopathic remedies to bring about healing.
Homotoxicology regards disease as the result of toxins within the organs and tissues, which the body is unable to get rid of. Once the toxins are removed, successful healing can take place. If the toxins are suppressed, they may then go deeper into the body tissues, and this may in time, lead to serious degenerative illnesses.
Homotoxicology is suitable for children and adults.

Consultation

An initial consultation for new patients will last up to one hour. A case history will be taken and the patient will be asked for the names of any medication currently prescribed to them. Follow up appointments will last approximately 30 minutes. Patients generally require several appointments to clear their problems.
A bio-diagnostics testing machine is used to assess the health of different organs and body tissues and allows treatment to be targeted very specifically. This is done by testing the conductivity of the skin at a number of acupuncture points on the hands and feet. This process is non-invasive and painless.
Patients are requested not to apply hand cream or body lotion to their hands or feet before an appoint-ment as this can affect the bio-diagnostics reading. Anyone with mobility problems can be treated in a downstairs room. Please let us know beforehand.

Homotoxicology Biodiagnostics EAV testingMost patients require three visits or fewer. However, chronic illnesses may take longer.

The machine used can also test for allergies and sensitivities, although elimination of the toxins in the system generally sorts out the allergy.

 

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