Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions. If you do not see your question, please feel free to submit a new one.

Methods & Modalities

Wellness is a state of being healthy in body and mind, as the result of deliberate effort . It is an approach to healthcare that emphasizes preventing illness and prolonging life, as opposed to emphasizing treating diseases.
Several of our wellness modalities utilize Muscle Response Testing (MRT). MRT is a non-invasive tool used to identify imbalances in the body. The science behind it is similar to a lie detector or polygraph. In a polygraph, a person is hooked up to sensitive electrodes and asked certain questions. The person's answers generate a certain electrical response in the body, which is read and graphed by the machine, showing if the answers are true or false. In MRT, this is done on a very delicate, minute scale. The muscles of the body are also affected by this electrical state, so we can use them to show this same response, just on a more pronounced, larger scale. Any muscle will become weakened in a state of incongruence or falsehood, making resistance difficult. Conversely, muscles will remain strong and able to resist when in a state of congruence or truth. Muscle testing allows us to access important information about current state of health by asking the body on a subconscious level. We just have to know what questions to ask to get the underlying cause.
As mentioned in the question above, several of our modalities utilize Muscle Response Testing. Sometimes a subject cannot be tested for some reason, such as paralyzation or other health issue, age or distance. Surrogate testing allows us to still test a subject by utilizing a stand in for that person. Surrogate testing is usually done when the stand-in and subject are present together. The subject is tested by performing MRT on the surrogate while he or she is touching the subject obtain answers. Proxy testing can also be done when a subject is not physically present with the stand-in, with proper permission.
Fortunately, technology has come a long way, allowing us to do many of our services remotely. Virtual sessions are handled with email, telephone and video chat. Video chat is usually the easiest, as it allows for real time conversations. Currently, Zoom is the video service utilized. However, telephone works as well for many services. Email is suitable when a plan needs to be updated, files need to be reviewed, or a long answer is required. It is also suitable when their is a big time zone difference. If virtual session is selected, you will be provided a call-in number or proper credentials prior to your appointment time.

Business & Services

No. Currently insurance is not accepted. Cash, debit or credit card payments are accepted.
No. Payment plans are not available. However, on occasion, payment exceptions are made under certain conditions. If you have a special need, please feel free to contact me about your situation to see if we can come up with a workable plan.
No. I am a traditional naturopath and board certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. No medications are used, prescribed or monitored. If you require medication, please seek services and advice from a medical professional who specializes in that area.
I have earned the designation of Doctor of Naturopathy. It is legally recognized profession in the State of Texas. It is different than a medical doctor. I am a Traditional Naturopath. I do not prescribe for, diagnose or treat any illness or disease.

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