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valymemom
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Just wondering how often your practitioner does it.

My son started seeing a new llmd in December who uses muscle testing and we have seen him monthly - but we only had ART done twice.

Should I be requesting it for him each visit?

I just want to figure out what supplements he needs so he can get help with inflammation/pain.

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SForsgren
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I do it at every visit with my 2 practitioners that use ART as part of their work.

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hardynaka
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I also see 2 ART practioners.

They do ART 90% of the time every visit.

Selma

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SForsgren
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Hi Selma,
I am actually sitting here in a room with one of your ART practitioners - maybe both. S is here at the Autism conference in Seattle... [Smile]
Scott

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Yes, ART is done almost through the whole visit. Very little talk - that's how the continuation of treament is determined. That's how decisions are reached whether existing meds and nutrients are still welcome by the body, etc. It avoids a lot of pitfalls.


Yes, Selma, S is here with another one of the top therapists out of the German group. I have known them for many years and they are both fabulous practitioners learning more and more at this seminar. There is constantly something new learned. Heard today that a little autistic boy started to for the first time speak many, many words that he had never spoken before ---after he had had five days of the galactose I have been talking about. It is so rewarding to hear that. Many are now being ART tested for it as are most other patients and whoever tests positive for it, is encouraged to use it.

It is fun being here with Scott - he is like a sponge learning more and more. And so am I!

Hope your doctor will continue to use ART - you will, I am sure benefit from it.

Take care.

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This may sound really dumb....but what is ART?
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This may sound really dumb....but what is ART?
C [bonk]

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Here is an explanation of ART (Autonomic Response Testing). It is not totally telling all, but you get a pretty good sense of what it does. It is the best form of muscle testing that I know.

With this method, the problems are diagnosed, the deficiencies determined, and the most suitable medicines and nutrients determined for treatment.
It avoids a lot of pitfalls and unnecessary stress of the system. It takes minutes rather than weeks and little money rather than thousands of dollars for lab testing that give
no answers to "what is the problem and what will it take to start fixing this problem". The body tells what it needs to unblock the body's own regulation, i.e. help the body into a healing mode.

http://www.justbewell.com/information/Autonomic_Response_Testing.html

Take care.

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Thanks all! I was hoping you would respond, Gigi. My son sees someone I think you would recommend here in D.C. and I am going to start asking for muscle testing to be included at each appointment.

We switched protocols and I wish we would have ART tested to see whether to remain/change meds and supplements.

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Scott and Gigi, I knew S. was travelling, but I didn't know she where she was .. Now I know!!!

This internet connection is SO funny!

I asked in Reformhauser about Galactose, nope, they never heard of it. I'll go to a normal pharmacy and check. If I don't find any info, I guess I have to drop at that address in Konstanz to find out more info... Or email one of you guys later.

I'm enjoying some of dr. K's DVDs here, very very informative and easy to understand (even for bad German speakers like me).

Take care you all,
Selma

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