Friday, April 22, 2016

ND Hutt's Trinfinity8 For the Vital Force WITH a CT VMD Who Has "Adjusted and Acupunctured Fish"

here, oddities that are hard to explain based on the supposed doctoral level education of the practitioners:

001. at frontierwellnesscenter.com, with addresses in Connecticut and Texas, we're told in "Staff" (2016 archived):

"Allys Maybank, VMD [...] I went to the best veterinary school in the whole world, University of Pennsylvania 1984, became certified in acupuncture in 1989 by I.V.A.S, became certified in chiropractic in 1993 by A.V.C.A. and certified in aquatic animal medicine [...] yes, I have adjusted and acupunctured fish [...]";

words I've never heard before uttered.  Do they NOT have meridians, qi, innate intelligence, and subluxations the same way chiropractic and acupuncture are bogus in humans?

"Dr. Amy Matthews [...] VMD and [...] PhD [...] she received her certificate in veterinary acupuncture from Colorado State University and her certificate in animal chiropractic from the Healing Oasis Wellness Center [...] Dr. Matthews has studied traditional Chinese medicine in Harbin, China, as well as with Dr. Steve Marsden through the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapy.  Her additional clinical interests include cold laser, Nambudriprad's Allergy Elimination Technique, and homeopathy [...] she relocated to Connecticut where she has devoted her work primarily to veterinary acupuncture and chiropractic care with herbal support and Western diagnostics as indicated [...]";

ok. The woo deepens.


"Dr Carla Hutt received her doctorate of naturopathic medicine degree from Bastyr University [...] in 1998 [...and] a masters degree in acupuncture from University of Bridgeport [...] in addition to general naturopathic treatments, she specializes in Lyme disease and energy medicine. Her favorite new toy is her Trinfinity 8!!! [...]";
to infinity, and literally BEYOND.  Now, this ND is a former instructor of mine from my UB ND days, whom I remember was big into asking pendulums what to do with her patient and making homeopathic remedies.  I gotta know... 

002. what' a Trinfinity8?

002.a. we're told about this "technology", at the marketer:

"Trinfinity8 users are not only extolling the rejuvenating physical effects of using Trinfinity8, but also awakening to the spiritual vibrational changes it also brings about [...it's] a spiritual tool for positive vibrational change [...] on the spiritual level, Trinfinity8 is encoded with what can best be described as ascension coding, frequency patterns which help accelerate evolution and spirituality by directing DNA activation to its highest potential. Trinfinity8 is the quintessential holistic tool for high level wellness in the 21st Century [...]"; 

ISYN. 

002.b. and the practice tells us, on a dedicated page (2016 archived):

"Dr. Hutt, our naturopathic physician, has provided Trinfinity8 anti-aging sessions in office and remotely for over a year with significant and equal results [...] Trinfinity 8 Anti Aging remote healing program: this series lasts for 12 weeks. There will be 3 treatments per week, 90 minutes each session, scheduled for 3am Eastern as they work best during Theta sleep [...you'll get] reconnection with our innate energy and vital force [...]";

woonderful!  Weirdly woonderful... 

003. there's a naturopathic page at frontierwellnesscenter.com, "Human Naturopathic Medicine" (2016 archived), which tells us:

naturopathy is based on "belief"; homeopathy is "healing"; and naturopathy is a "blend";

homeopathy scientifically is not specifically "healing".

that "naturopathic physicians base their practice on six timeless principles founded on medical tradition and scientific evidence: [#1] let nature heal [...]";

ah, woo and coded vitalism claimed as able to survive scientific scrutiny.
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