Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Father of Orthomolecular Medicine (Dr. Abram Hoffer) and Applied Kinesiology

Abram Hoffer, MD, PhD (called The Father of Orthomolecular Medicine) told the founder of Applied Kinesiology, Dr. George J. Goodheart, Jr.:

"...The contribution you have made is a good one and may be extremely significant in helping to treat our patients."

Applied Kinesiology permits the doctor using it, as Dr. Goodheart said:

"The opportunity to use the body as an instrument of laboratory analysis is unparalleled in modern therapy; if one approaches the problem correctly, making the proper and adequate diagnosis and treatment, the response is satisfactory for both the doctor and to the patient."

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