Tooth Chart

Did you know every tooth is linked to another gland or organ in the body? For that reason, our Information scan not only goes through all organs and tissues in the body to find deficiencies, but also teeth.

If you have dental metal, the teeth involved may show up on the scan. Since most people have this, I enclose a tooth chart, which is divided up into 4 quadrants (upper and lower left jaw; upper and lower right jaw). Knowing this, you can look up the tooth number that showed on your report, find it on the chart, then see what gland or organ in the body is linked to it. So either the tooth showed up on the chart due to the tooth itself, or due to the gland or organ associated with that tooth.

Vertebrae Chart

Just like the tooth chart, the vertebrae chart is divided up into C (cerviceal spine – neck), T (thoracic spine – middle back), and L (lumbar spine – lower back). Each vertebrae in each section is numbered. 

On your report, it will show vertebrae close to the end of the report (right before Vitamins) if you have any out of balance. To look up on the chart to learn more about that area and why it may have shown up on your report, look on the report to find the Vertebrae (it may have L5 or C3, etc.). C = cervical spine, T = thoracic spine, and L = lumbar spine.  The number represents which vertebrae in that section is affected. Now just locate the letter and corresponding number on the chart and read on the right what that area represents and the effects it can have in the body.

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Report Information

This takes you to an audio file where you can hear general information about what may show up in your report. Since we go through a lot of information during a call to go over a report, this serves as a reminder of the things we may discuss. It is NOT going to give you specific information on your report (that is reserved for a call).

Discovery Video

This tells you details about the Body Balance process. It discusses the most used, Comprehensive scan that we usually start with.