Many people come to me when they have the “I don’t feel good-it is,” after they have gone to many other doctors’ offices with little results. Problems such as: a headache after a concussion a year from the incident, a backache that won’t improve, overall
weakness and tiredness, stomach issues, infertility. So what do I do? With the patient, I focus on the diagnostic portion, and everything that is spiritual, emotional or mental becomes secondary. Our bodies are incredible, and the healing of one’s body has
everything to do with the faith and health of a strong mind. By focusing on the diagnostic portion, we look at the frequencies of a biofeedback scan to find out where your body is out of alignment or in stress. Think of it as a natural CT scan, MRI, or blood test
combined. Of course we know it’s not the same as going to the hospital or clinic to receive those images or tests, but there is a place and time for them.
The biofeedback scan is designed to provide the most accurate diagnostic results because it focuses on the source, the brain. The mind is where we begin accumulating the changes that occur in the body. Each and every change at the cellular level will be
detected and identified. Whether the issue is a bacteria, virus, parasite, or any “dis-ease,” the bio feedback scan is able to detected it by its unique frequency with the software, convert it to data, decode it, and create an onscreen display in the form of three-dimensional models of organs, tissues, and cells.
A report published in Mental Health in Family Medicine defines biofeedback as “a mind–body technique in which individuals learn how to modify their physiology for the purpose of improving physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.” There are many biofeedback devices in this technological age that work on energies in the body, but ultimately we want to know, “what can biofeedback do for me?” An initial appointment takes an hour and a half to scan, address, and go over the information that came up in the scan. We call this a balancing session. A balancing session is about balancing bio-energy or homeostasis. This concept is similar to what I do with acupuncture when I balance a person’s Qi. The word Qi means energy or vital life-force energy. The western definition of homeostasis is physiological balance within an external or internal environment. In a balancing session we look at your energy system. In some places it might be hyper or hypo. Either condition would mean an imbalance within the body’s energy system. Our goal in a balancing session is to restore balance in those areas that need it. Homeostasis is about proper energy balance.
To really break this down on a personal level, my daughter was having stomach pains. I suggested we take a look at the scan and see what came up. What we found was that she had an allergy to gluten products and cow’s milk, but not some cheeses. My son, on the other hand, fell and got a concussion after basketball. I had done a scan prior to the fall, then scanned him after the fall, and later after treatments. The biofeedback scan showed brain inflammation and that some specific supplements in his body were lacking for proper healing. After addressing those needs, the results were astonishing for him and he recovered quickly.
“I rarely ever give 5 stars, but Tami is amazing. She truly cares and is very intuitive on top of having a great background. She also uses biofeedback, which is hard to find. I have had a lot of ailments, which she has helped me through, sometimes before I even realized what was going on. I would highly recommend her to anyone.”
Next time you have the “I don’t feel good-itis” and are not sure what to do, come in for a biofeedback scan and let’s look at a holistic or natural approach to healing your body. Visit TLC Acupuncture & Natural Medicine for an complete analysis without having to wait weeks for results.
An excerpt from Medicine of the Cherokee–The Way of Right Relationship by J.T. Garrett and Michael Garrett:
Indian Medicine does not forsake all the modern allopathic treatment modalities or ways, but allows for other “ways” that are sometimes referred to as “alternative and complementary.” Indian Medicine is a gift and a choice of life. The emergence of Energy Medicine, now and in the future, takes into consideration many forms of treatment or choices that restore harmony and balance. Among the “alternative medicines” reviewed by the Office of Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health are nutrition, health education, lifestyle modifications, biofeedback, relaxation techniques, acupuncture, homeopathy, herbal medicine, acupressure, spondolotherapy, massage, antioxidant therapy, bio-electromagnetic therapies and other health approaches or modalities. In addition, there are other therapies that will be included in the Energy Medicine model that includes herbal, hydrotherapy, hypnotherapy, metabolic therapy, naturopathic, yoga, reflexology, psychotherapy, … psychic healing, spiritual healing… as a truly whole body-mind- spirit approach, given the total environment and all influences. The changing medical and health paradigm offers a future that we can all admire in bringing choice back to our own personal Medicine power.
Tami L. Clark is a doctor of sacred and natural medicine and a NCCAOM Board Certified, licensed acupuncturist in the State of Colorado, as well as a Reiki master/teacher, a nationally certified auricular therapist, and a nationally certified biofeedback
practitioner. She is also a mom of four great kids, a part-time ski instructor at Breckenridge Ski Resort, and has lived in the county for fourteen years. Tami L. Clark, DSM, Dipl.Ac, LAc, CBC, ACIC, Reiki Master/Teacher
(970) 485-9811 or visit TLCacupuncture.co