- Chiropractic Care
- Acupuncture Treatment
- Performance Recovery
- NET Neuro Emotional Technique)
- MTHFR (Methylation)
- Weight Loss: HCG
- Specialty Lab Testing / DNA
- Digestive Health
- Food Allergies & Intolerance
- Adrenal Fatigue
- Power Plate
- Massage Therapy
- Hormone Health
- Labor Induction
- Applied Kinesiology
- ZYTO Balance
If your body could tell you what it prefers, what would it say? More water? A change in diet? Supplements? When it comes to optimum well being, your body can tell you what it prefers, but how do you talk to your body to find out what that is? The answer lies in a breakthrough biocommunication technology from ZYTO. The system was developed by Dr. Vaughn R. Cook, OMD (Oriental Medicine Doctor). In addition to his clinical experience, over the last two and a half decades, Dr. Cook has developed several computer systems used by clinicians around the world.
Now with bio-communications, together with Dr. Julie A. Marchiol, you can create a conversation between your body and the computer – empowering you to:
- Create health and longevity through better understanding what your body needs.
- Choose to make the best possible choices for a healthier, happier you and a healthier, happy family.
- Take the guess work out of which supplements are best for you and your family…spending your money where it really counts, and better yet, saving money by doing so.
Dr. Julie A. Marchiol, DC, FIAMA is featured on Channel 2 to describe how the ZYTO Balance works.
Here’s How It Works:
You place your hand on the ZYTO Hand Cradle that is connected to a computer. The ZYTO software then begins what is called a bio-survey. A bio-survey is essentially a conversation between the computer and your body. The computer sends a digital signal, called a virtual stressor, to your body and your body responds.
The response is recorded and analyzed and the results will indicate what are called your biological preferences. These preferences will relate to things like nutritional supplements, medicines, and many other items that have clinical significance.
Information gathered in this way is used to improve decisions you and your health professional will make about your health. It helps you to get the right answers first. It cuts down on time and expense and means you’ll get more value for your investment in health.