Bio-Energetic Testing

More than 70% of patients in any general practice suffer from functional disturbances. These people could benefit greatly from the insight obtained through bioenergetic testing. Simply speaking, a functional disturbance occurs when no specific tissue or organ damage can be identified by conventional lab work or other pathological diagnostic testing, yet the patient continues to experience a myriad of symptoms.

Where traditional approaches end, the Qest4 system introduces a new perspective, effectively using the technology of bio-energetic testing. Research concerning bioenergetic testing has been confirmed in university studies using various methods of traditional diagnostics.

Functional medicine helps detect and identify these energetic and regulatory disturbances. Functional disturbances can be detected early— even from the very beginning of a pre-clinical phase (when you display symptoms, but nobody can identify their cause).

Disease does not begin with pathology but with a pre-clinical phase. Functional disturbances occur when a living organism can no longer compensate adequately for changes in the environment. Environmental changes include both internal conditions of the body and external circumstances.

Ideally, it would make good sense to assess a patient using functional evaluation methods and treatment protocols. These methods have shown effective in not only helping to identify and correct pre-clinical disorders and symptomology~ but also in reducing or even reversing morphological and pathological deterioration. Functional medicine is intended to bridge the existing diagnostic and therapeutic gaps. Backed by over 40 years of research, this technology clearly continues to deliver life-changing results.

How Does It Work?

The Qest4 software contains digitally-encoded information relating to a wide range of health factors that is output by the Qest4 hardware as electromagnetic signals during testing. Using a simple low voltage circuit created by holding two brass cylinders or hand-masses, the response of the body to those signals is recorded by measuring changes in the electrical resistance of the skin. This information is relayed back to the software and a report is generated on the computer of any responses that are outside certain limits.

Is That Really Possible?

Running a Qest4 test is an example of a process that we call bio-energetic testing. In the purest form of bio-energetic testing, we are effectively ‘asking the body a question’ and obtaining the response directly from the body’s own physiology, without engaging the conscious and language centers of the mind. It is helpful to make some comparisons to other techniques that go part of the way towards this. Many people will be familiar with muscle testing or kinesiology. This is another form of bio-energetic testing applied by health practitioners. In kinesiology the question is often asked verbally, or the subject may hold the substance that is being tested. The response is measured by changes in the contractile strength of the skeletal muscles, checked manually by the tester. Polygraph testing (lie detectors) also makes use of the electrical responsiveness of the skin as used in the Qest4.

The Qest4 measures the body’s response to signal outputs from the device by recording and analyzing resulting changes in the electrical resistance of the skin. By testing for thousands of nutritional factors, homeopathic remedies, cell salts, herbs, nosodes for bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungi and much more – the Qest4 delivers a picture of health status and how to improve it in moments.

What is the Qest4?

The Qest4 is a combination of MSA, EDS, bio-energetic testing and bio-feedback all in one. Qest4 is a system designed for health practitioners with the following purposes:

  • To provide insight and information about clients’ health needs that cannot be obtained from case history, questioning or simple observation;
  • To apply that information directly in support of healing and health creation by way of built-in ‘informational’ treatments;
  • To assist the practitioner in recommending traditional therapies appropriate to the clients’ individual needs.