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What is Bioenergetic Regulation?
 
Bioenergetic regulation begins with the premise that the body's bioelectrical system is the governing system of the body. This can be substantiated by physiological fact. We know that the heart beats due to electrical irritation on its wall, and most of us are aware that death occurs when brain wave function ceases.
 
The importance of biophysics to health is by no means new. This idea is the theoretical basis of traditional Chinese medicine, which is over 4000 years old.
 
Homeopathy, which was developed over 200 years ago in Germany, also impacts upon the energetic system of the body. Animal, plant and mineral substances are diluted, often beyond the point where a molecule of the initial substance can still remain. Paradoxically, these diluted substances have greater impact the more times they are diluted. Obviously, this can't be comprehended chemically; the action is energetic.
 
Rhinehold Voll, M.D., is credited with the development of modern bioenergetic medicine. He developed equipment capable of electronically locating acupuncture points. He then correlated these points with anatomical parts of the body and physiological functions, thereby synthesizing western science with the centuries-old traditions of Oriental medicine. This was no small achievement. A practitioner trained in utilizing this approach can now functionally assess almost every part of the body in a non-invasive manner by simply taking measurements upon the surface of the skin.
 
There are many thousands of practitioners utilizing these techniques today. As many as one out of three physicians in Europe employ homeopathic medicines in their practices.
 
This system of health care is growing rapidly in the United States. Most homeopathic pharmacies are enjoying unparalleled growth, and many new companies are forming each year. Hundreds of practitioners are now utilizing these methods, and the opposition to them by the medical pharmaceutical cartel will no doubt be dispelled as consumers learn of the viability of this approach in overcoming the kinds of health problems plaguing us today.
 
What happens In A Bioenergetic Evaluation?
 
 
The subject holds on to an electrode while the practitioner measures points with a small measurement stylus connected to a sensitive meter. Most of the measurement points are located on the hands and feet.
 
The entire procedure is safe, painless, and completely non-invasive. It can be performed daily without endangering either the subject or the practitioner. It takes approximately 45 minutes to run a complete test.