Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy – The Revolution in Alternative Medicine

Article Available in Chiropractic Economics – Issue 14 Introduction Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy or NSRT is a revolutionary technique rooted in Eastern medicine dating back more than 5,000 years. NSRT, a phrase coined and developed by BioVeda Technologies, encompasses a holistic approach to healing that addresses the underlying cause of disease and teaches that symptoms are a response to an imbalance in the body. Treatment works with the body to stimulate balanced healing while taking into account the unique characteristics of both the individual and the ailment. Very simply, NSRT is about providing care for the individual who has a symptom or condition rather than treating the condition or symptom impacting the individual. NSRT is an outgrowth of Dr. Reinhard Voll’s work. Voll’s work which is often referred to as EAV (Electro-Acupuncture According to Voll) originated 50 years ago and is based on theories of quantum physics. The theory set out to prove that organized electro-magnetic fields extend from the human body and intelligently interact with the environment. Voll, who began to study Eastern medicine and Chinese acupuncture meridian systems in the late 1940s, reasoned that if there were channels of energy that ran throughout the body and came to the skin’s surface at various acupuncture points, there should be a way to measure this energy. He developed a device which measured the body’s ability to conduct this energy and compared the measurements of healthy patients to those who had conventional diseases. He found that the electrical conductivity reading outside of the normal range revealed disturbances in tissues and organs traditionally associated with these acupuncture points. He also noticed...

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