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IRIDIAGNOSIS AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC METHODS

IRIDIAGNOSIS AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC METHODS
Catalog # SKU0841
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.50 lbs
Author Name Henry Lindlahr
 
$21.95
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IRIDIAGNOSIS
AND OTHER
DIAGNOSTIC METHODS

by
HENRY LINDLAHR, M. D.


IRIDOLOGY
Correct diagnosis is the first essential to rational treatment. Every honest physician admits that the old school methods of diagnosis are, to say the least, unsatisfactory and uncertain, especially in ascertaining the underlying causes of disease. Excerpts:

Therefore we should welcome any and all methods of diagnosis which throw more light on the causes and the nature of disease conditions in the human organism. Two valuable additions to diagnostic science are now offered to us in Spinal Analysis and in the Diagnosis from the Iris of the Eye.

Spinal analysis furnishes valuable information concerning the connection between disease conditions and misplacements of vertebrae and other bony structures, contractions or abnormal relaxation of connective tissues, and inflammation of nerves and nerve centers.

Iridology is as yet a new science, and much remains to be discovered and to be better explained. Many times we do not find a sign in the iris for the lesion or diseased condition which we know to exist in the body. At other times the records in the eyes indicate more serious conditions than can be ascertained by other methods. As regards this point, however, it is well to remember that old school physicians, notwithstanding their up-to-date scientific equipment, only too often see their diagnosis discredited by the postmortem findings.

Those who confine their examinations to the eye or the spine fall as far short of making a reliable diagnosis or prognosis as the old school country doctor with his limited equipment. In our work we do not confine ourselves to Iridiagnosis, but combine with it the diagnostic methods (physical diagnosis) of the allopathic school of medicine, spinal analysis, basic diagnosis, as well as laboratory tests and microscopic examinations.

Thus any one of these methods supplements and verifies all the others. In this way only is it possible to arrive at a thorough and definite understanding of the patient's condition.


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