Heart of Health CLinic
Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA) is used to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of a person's energetic health and balance. This process involves measuring electrical conductivity at responsive points (meridian points) on the skin - typically on the hands and feet. The locations of the test points generally correspond to those of acupuncture points.These measurements are recorded to help provide a profile of a patient's present condition.
According to European medical research, acupuncture points are related to the body's organs and organ systems. Major groups of points are connected through channels, or meridians. Twenty of these meridians begin or end on the hands and feet.
As a patient moves toward or away from health, the condition of any particular organ or system can be sensed along the meridians at representative points like those shown above. As a result, stress associated with the corresponding organs can be surveyed using the indicated points.
After the initial measurements have been taken and recorded, the results can be reviewed. If stress values are above or below equilibrium, the System's extensive computer database will allow consideration of a wide range of possibilities that might help the patient regain a healthy balance. The MSAS@ allows consideration of thousands of herbal, homeopathic, and nutritional products.
The primary objective of this procedure is to disclose patterns of stress and to provide feedback for use in a program to he1p restore each system and meridian to an appropriate balance.