Medical objectivity for the safe improvement
In our In practice, the treatment goals lie in the body but also within the meridians, which are not visible and which have not been proven according to current academic medicine and physics. In order to achieve medical objectivity, as in scientific medicine, I recommend that patients have parallel examinations such as MRT, CT, X-ray, sonography, endoscopy, blood and urine diagnostics, biopsy, etc. carried out by specialists. These tests can help the patient confirm whether our treatments are just placebo effects or have a demonstrable medical effect. Bringing together the objective information enables better collaboration with doctors and other therapists for the purpose of better patient care will.