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Interference Fields:

An interference field is an area of the body (small or large) that tests abnormally as a result of individual or multiple factors, such as scars, physical or emotional trauma, infection, nutritional deficiencies, heavy metal toxicity, etc.  An interference field can impede the normal, healthy electromagnetic flow of the body’s acupuncture meridian system, thus creating symptomology that is difficult to trace back to its original root cause by conventional methods. However, identifying an interference field can now be easily done using the Bi-Digital O-Ring Test.

Note: the size of an interference field does not dictate its importance. For example, larger scars generally are more troublesome, but a very small scar can also be highly reactive and create troublesome symptoms.

Keep in mind: in general, the patient often does NOT complain about the site of the interference field. It is usually the reflex area of the interference field that creates the distressing symptoms.

Examples of Common Interference Fields

 Scars

(Areas where the epidermis of the skin has been cut)

  1. Any type of surgical scars:
    • Scars from invasive procedures (such as those for the gallbladder, the heart or for cancer)
    • Mole or skin cancer removal scars
    • Episiotomy scars, C-section scars, breast implants, tummy tucks, cosmetic surgery
    • Shunt scars
  2. Internal scars:
    • Scars that may not be visible: internal hysterectomy scars, internal sinus surgery, etc.
    • Exploratory surgery
    • Hernia repair
  3. Traumatic scars:
    • Falls, cuts, etc.
  4. Puncture areas:
    • From hypodermic injections, intravenous drug therapy, spinal blocks, etc.
  5. Acne scars, chicken pox scars, animal bites, bites from mosquitos or other insects, etc.
  6. Trauma from car accidents: whiplash, sprains/strains, smashed areas, etc.
  7. Trauma from other sources: falls, athletic sprains, strains, scrapes, bumping head, etc.
  8. Impact sites: i.e. an area previously hit with a fast-ball, etc.
  9. Burned areas (scars or no scars), skin grafts
  10. Numb areas

Abnormal Body Areas

(Areas that look or feel abnormal)

  • Bruises or discolored skin areas that do not heal in a reasonable amount of time
  • Skin rashes, nail fungus or sores that do not heal in a reasonable amount of time
  • Areas that itch or have abnormal sensations: i.e. burning, cold, tingling, etc.

Permanent Tattoos

Ear and Body Piercings

Metal Inside the Body

  • Surgical metal pins, plates, mesh, bullet or shrapnel fragments
  • Dental metal: silver fillings, gold crowns, stainless steel posts, composite fillings (typically high in aluminum), dental implants (typically titanium)

Injections

  • Dental Injections: Injection sites in the gum areas where dental anesthetics have been used (especially retro-molar areas).
  • Neural Therapy: Injection sites where anesthetics (Procaine, Carbocaine) have been injected into the body, including dental areas.
  • IV Drips: Injection sites where intravenous needles were placed in the arm.
  • Other Injections: Injection sites where drugs, vitamins (such as B-12 shots) or other substances have been injected into the body.

Dental and Gum Areas

  • Hidden dental decay under silver fillings, composites or crowns
  • Toxins exuding from conventional root canals

 

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