Questions and Answers for BioMeridian and Stimulus Response
Q: What is
non-invasive way to assess the energy meridians (pathways) of
the body. It can determine stresses, balanced or weak body
systems. For example, respiratory, digestive, endocrine, etc.
Q: What is
the cost of the BioMeridian Assessment?
initial assessment is $95, follow up assessments are $80.
Although the basic assessment is very comprehensive, there are
additional evaluations from the Stimulus Library that may be
necessary to evaluate. This does not include the cost of the
supplements you may need to purchase to bring your stressed or
weak points back into balance.
would benefit from this evaluation?
assessment would benefit anyone interested in examining and
improving the functional status of their body. This applies to
those who are not well and looking to improve their health as
well as those who have no diagnosable illnesses but would like
to optimize their current state of health and possibly prevent
future negative health issues.
Q: What is
the difference between a BioMeridian Assessment and a Stimulus
BioMeridian assesses the stressed, weak or balanced body
systems. The Stimulus Library assesses imbalances with food
sensitivities, heavy metals, individual vitamin and mineral
nutrients, environmental allergens, candida, parasites,
hormones, chemical sensitivities, etc. They are two separate
evaluations typically evaluated at different times, but can be
done in the same visit by scheduling both appointments. Allow
1-1 ½ hours for both appointments. For the Biomeridian
Assessment only, the test takes approximately 20-30 minutes to
measure the points. Allow 45 minutes to an hour for your
should I expect during an evaluation?
examination is performed by testing 58 acupoints on both the
hands and feet which relate back to the energy channels and their
related organs or systems. This testing does not involve
needles, only a stylus probe is used to send a very small
electrical current (not a shock) through each point. Be prepared
to sit up during the evaluation and wear comfortable clothing to
Q: What do
I need to do before the assessment?
A: It is
recommended that before being tested you:
1. Drink 8 to 16 ounces of water at least 2 hours
2. Do not exercise for 6 hours prior to appointment
3. Do not use lotion on your hands or feet
4. Remove all jewelry
5. Turn off your cell phone
6. Complete the
BioMeridian Disclaimer Form on
the services page
should I do a Stimulus Response Assessment?
patients with medical conditions such as asthma, ADD, eczema,
rosacea, environmental allergies, IBS, fatigue, dermatitis,
joint and muscle pain, migraines, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia,
Immune disorders, etc…have often found relief by identifying
food sensitivities and points out of balance. In addition
individual vitamins can be measured to see deficiencies.
Supplements can be evaluated to ensure you are taking the proper
supplement with your body on the balancing plate.
insurance cover the evaluation?
Insurance does not cover this expense. This test does not
provide a medical diagnosis. This test does not provide a medical diagnosis. If
you suspect you may need medical intervention, you should
consult your physician.
many times will I have to be re-tested?
will return on a monthly basis until the balance has been fully
restored. How long this process will take depends upon how far
out of balance you are. A nutritional food plan is just as vital
as taking the supplements to ensure faster results.
Q: Can I bring my vitamins
in for assessment?
can book a vitamin assessment appointment to evaluate the
vitamins you are currently taking to ensure they are the right
for you. The appointment is $40.