A peek inside a patient’s CoRe scan this morning

This morning, I was treating a patient for their “birth” event on their timeline. Noted on their birth was that “Mom had rheumatic fever when I was born.”

As it turns out, the CoRe scan I ran for them indicated the homeopathic remedy for treating Scarlet Fever (Scarlatinum). I wondered if there was a connection with rheumatic fever?

"Fever" by Lorenzo https://flic.kr/p/57fAZk

“Fever” by Lorenzo https://flic.kr/p/57fAZk

To verify, I looked up rheumatic fever at the Mayo Clinic website which said:

Rheumatic fever is an inflammatory disease that can develop as a complication of inadequately treated strep throat or scarlet fever. Strep throat and scarlet fever are caused by an infection with group A streptococcus bacteria.

[Emphasis added in text.]

Eureka!

This is one of the reasons I love using the CoRe – to help me sort through more complex treatment plans, and to provide reassurance that we are on track in the patient’s timeline, and that nothing was missed, or needs to be treated at a deeper potency than normal.

If you’d like to know more about what we can do with the CoRe, have a look at this blog post : What Can be Assessed with a CoRe Scan?

Jeff Korentayer has been exploring many aspects of natural healing since 1991, and is now able to integrate all of them through his education in Medical Heilkunst (Homeopathy). His areas of study include Nutrition, Herbs, Bach Flower Remedies, and a BA in Psychology, as well as maintaining a strong interest in the Arts. He draws on this extensive knowledge to provide a unique treatment plan for each patient, in order to best meet their individual health needs.Jeff first discovered Homeopathy when exploring natural treatment for his allergies, and was impressed with the quick results. He was intrigued at how Homeopathy took into account all aspects of a person, and he read as much as he could before becoming a full-time student. He graduated with his full Practitioner Diploma from the Hahnemann College For Heilkunst in 2003 (DHHP), and is an active member of the Canadian Heilkunst Association. Jeff is writing a book called The Vaccination Myth, to help new parents navigate one of the most troubling decisions they face with parenthood.

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