FUNCTIONAL/STRUCTURED WATER ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES
In the past, much of the criticism leveled against "alternative" or "complementary" medicine relates to the lack of quantitative and qualitative analytic procedures used to define the condition of the patient prior to and after treatment.
The use of anecdotal and other, non-analytical information by these alternative practitioners has come under regular criticism from many sectors of the professional medical community. For the most part, the criticism was probably warranted, considering the lack of peer reviewed or published data to support the alternative or complementary medical positions.
Now, however, the tables are beginning to turn.
First, orthodox medical practitioners are finding that certain alternative medical procedures ARE providing results for patients who have not responded to conventional, orthodox medical treatment.
Secondly, the alternative medical community has begun to develop special analytical tools which DOES provide specific quantitative and qualitative information on patient conditions and which, in some cases, is more accurate and definitive than that provided by technology available to the orthodox medical community.
Rather than being unsettling to the orthodox medical establishment, more and more medical specialists are investigating how such new and innovative technologies can be combined with existing, orthodox methodologies to enhance and improve patient diagnosis procedures.
The sections below review some of the basic Orthodox and Alternative Medical Processes which can be used to evaluate both static and dynamic body chemistry and cellular activities when FUNCTIONAL WATER is the issue at hand.
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