BDORT

BDORT is a non-conventional, bio-energetic test method, which is a development from older forms of muscle testing, which in turn grew out of Kinesiology Muscle Testing used in orthopedic surgery.

The technique involves a patient opposing their thumb and fourth finger (Bi-Digital”) into an “O- Ring” configuration, with the tips of the fourth finger and thumb touching. The Tester then grasps each side of the Bi-Digital O-Ring formed and teaches the patient to apply a specified, constant degree of pressure, between the thumb and fourth finger, when asked. Once the skill has been learned, the patient can then be challenged, or “tested” against a wide variety of things. These can range from foods, preservatives, infective organisms, chemicals, drugs and standardized vials covering a very wide range of components, to determine whether these:-

(1) are compatible/incompatible/intolerant or allergic/non-allergic to the patient; or

(2) produce a response that can help gain a working diagnosis, on which to base a logical treatment protocol.

Hence the term, Bi-Digital O-Ring Testing.

  1. To utilize another perceptual window, through which to gain extra information about the body and its function, that is otherwise not accessible through conventional medical methods and tests.
  2. It is possible, if desired, to suggest more targeted (cost-effective) additional conventional medical testing where appropriate. From there it is possible to define a logical, scientific and medically rigorous diagnosis and treatment protocol for both acute and chronic cases.

There have never been any side effects or adverse reactions reported from its use in the literature. Thus there is no risk to the patient.

BDORT, appropriately and skillfully used, particularly with the full range of techniques and vials utilizing the Vega Test Vial Method, provides multiple cross-checks. It can reliably enhance previously unsatisfactory diagnoses and treatment protocols, to produce improved outcomes (as demonstrated in outcome studies and patient results). There are papers with fuller discussion and descriptions, with references, of 5 and 27 pages respectively, for those patients requiring extra information. Please contact the Receptionist for a copy if you wish.