Diagnostics

Diagnostic methods of RTM System are handled according to the system's holistic view of the body and the triple body structure. All data obtained during the diagnosis process are handled within the "Source - Cause - Result" relationship with the perspective specific to RTM.

Body Structures in the RTM System

Electrical Body: Signalization, electrical potential of the body, (Ekg, eeg etc. for electrical potential measurements) is the body form consisting of electricity. The electrical body is in beneath a structure which we call the matrix. In quantum physics, before the electric potential occurs, there is a structure that has a mind. As in the universal model, the electrical body, that first introduced in the body, is negative positive charges, then theese coordinate subatomic structures and universal laws. The matrix that drives the mind process is the functional mind of our body. When we say mind and intelligence, mind of the brain and the body are different. The needs of the cells; the blood pressure level etc. are coordinated with the functional mind of the body. It is the basic matrix structure that coordinates the functional mind. The basic matrix is a different structure from the matrix found in the fascial structure of the body.

 

Chemical Body: It constitutes the chemistry of the body. Hormones, enzymes, metabolic values are the neural structures that can be seen with laboratory analysis.

Physical Body: Our tissual body form, cell structures, organs, tissues, systems, bones, muscles intracellular information centers, which we call DNA are fibrous structures and located in the physical body.

These triple body form constitute the body. Our physical and chemical bodies are our visible bodies. Our electrical body structure is our invisible body structure. And the body is coordinated with the matrix that contains the concept called mind.

Electrical Body Diagnostic Processes: In the diagnostic phase of the electrical body, the Meridian Scanner, which makes measurements on energy channels, is used as well as methods such as ECG EEG.

Chemical Body Diagnosis Processes: At this stage, the patient’s laboratory results are considered, and the contamination in the chemical body is measured by measuring the toxicity.

Physical Body Diagnostic Processes: In the diagnostic part of the physical body, imaging methods such as MRI, Tomography, Ultrasound and a device called Thermographic Scanning designed according to Medicine 3.0 perspective are used.

Diagnostics in the RTM system:

All diagnostic methods of Modern Medicine are used in the RTM system, but when using these methods, the aim is to find out the source of the disorder. In the diagnosis process, these methods are applied with the RTM point of view and these results are interpreted with the RTM point of view. These are following;

Anamnesis in the RTM System

Anamnesis; It is the medical history obtained as a result of the questions asked by the doctor or a health professional to diagnose the patient.

It is a report of the patient’s current or past illnesses, in a specified format, of the information received from the patient or his/her relatives. Anamnesis is one of the most important steps in the diagnosis of the disease. Anamnesis questions are asked to the patients in a certain order. Anamnesis data that were taken correctly and professionally increases the success of the treatment.

In the RTM system, Anamnesis is a completely specif (specific/unique) stage. The patient’s family history, medical history, complaints, duration of complaints, severity of complaints are questioned and reported in detail. The questions directed to the patient is about the body functioning systems. Detailed questions are asked to the patient. After making sure that the patient understands the question and answers the question asked, the form is filled up.

Meridian Scan

Meridian Scanner is in the diagnostic phase of the RTM system;

  • Detection of meridians disorders
  • Determining the working levels of organs
  • Determining the working capacities of body systems
  • It is used to determine the existing block in energy channels.

Meridian Scanner used for the electrical body; In 1953, German physician Dr. It is a device made by Reinhold Voll to measure energy levels at acupuncture points representing organs and systems in the body.

Meridian Scanner used for the electrical body; is a device made by German Doctor Reinhold Voll in 1953 to measure energy levels in acupuncture points representing organs and systems in the body.

By didnt of this device, he discovered that each point has different electrical resistances. Dr. Vall succeed in to measure the resistances of these points, discovered what it means for diagnosis, and also determined which organ these points are connected with.

The Meridian Scanner is based on the characteristics of the Chinese meridian theory and the principles of the homeopathy theory, by Dr. It is a device with diagnostic and therapeutic features, whose working principles were created and designed in line with the findings discovered by Vall.

The Meridian Scanner is a device with diagnostic and therapeutic features, designed by Dr. Voll based on the characteristics of the Chinese meridian theory and the principles of the homeopathy theory.

Channels that provide energy flow are called meridians. Acupuncture points are located on these lines. Apart from regulating the energy flow in the body, the meridian channels are also considered as a window showing the state of the organ system in the body.

Meridians represent areas in the body that interact with an internal organ in the energetic aspect. Disorders of this organ can be projected onto the body surfaces of the meridian

It is one of the basic diagnostic methods in the RTM system. Sequential measurements made on this device are also considered as one of the patient follow-up phases.

Thermographic Scan

The following aims with Thermographic Scanning in the RTM system;

  • Determination of the vascular disorder in the body
  • Determination of cysts or similar structures that may occur in the body
  • Determination of problems that may occur/have occurred with the skin
  • Determination of the working levels of organs
  • Determination of pain centers in the body

All objects and living things emit IR rays as a function of their temperature. Every part of the body has a temperature level. Monitoring these heat levels and measuring their values are very important for the diagnosis and treatment stages.

Thermography is the recording of the heat energy emitted by an object using a high resolution lens and special software.

Thermography is used in the healthcare field to detect abnormally high and low temperature areas on the body surface in relation to lesions of underlying tissues. The map created by the measurement of IR rays emanating from the skin surface is called “Thermogram”.

The first medical thermography in medicine was performed in Montreal, Canada by Dr. It was used by Ray L. Lawson for the determination of thermal characteristics of breast tumors.

The first medical thermography in medicine was performed in Montreal, Canada by Dr. Ray L. Lawson for the determination of thermal characteristics of breast tumors.

 In his article about “The Effects of Surface Temperatures in the Diagnosis of Breast Cancer” in 1956, Ray Lawson described the picture of a large breast mass showing temperature change with the surrounding breast tissue, based on temperature change. These determinations were accepted by academe.

In thermography measurement, regions containing the same temperature are determined as regions of the same color, and the temperature differences of these color tones are determined according to a color scale. In addition, in this system, the temperature differences of these regions can be calculated according to the different isotherm curves formed between two different areas by drawing bright isotherm curves covering the regions containing the same temperature (same color tones) in the black and white picture.

Another convenience is the thermal profile, which allows to make a comparison between two symmetrical points of the body. Here, the difference can be easily handled by displaying the relative temperature differences at the points along a transverse line.

Abnormal body temperature is a natural indicator of the disease. Infrared Thermography (IRT) is a fast, passive, non-contact and non-invasive alternative to conventional clinical thermometers for monitoring body temperature. Also, IRT can remotely map body surface temperature. In the last five years, there has been an increase in the use of thermal imaging cameras to obtain correlations between thermal physiology and skin temperature.

IRT has been used successfully in the diagnosis of breast cancer, diabetes neuropathy and peripheral vascular disorders. It is also used to detect problems in gynecology, kidney transplant, dermatology, heart, neonatal physiology, fever scan, and brain imaging.

With the advent of modern infrared cameras, data collection and processing techniques, it is now possible to have real-time high-resolution thermographic images. Current studies focus on automated analysis of the temperature distribution of regions of interest and their statistical analysis for the detection of anomalies.

Toxicity Measurement

The followings are determined by the Toxicity Measurement in the RTM system;

  • The level of contamination in the physical body
  • The level of oxidative stress in the physical body
  • The level of anti-oxidant in physical body

Toksisite biyolojik sistemlere zarar veren maddelerin bedendeki düzeyi olarak tanımlanabilir. Toxicity can be defined as the level in the body of substances that harm biological systems.

These substances can be ingested through the skin, inhalation or ingestion. According to the RTM system, Toxicity is the most important data showing the level of contamination in the body. Toxicity measurement is made at certain periods before the examination and during the treatment processes. This measurement is made by analyzing the blood taken from the fingertip.

The followings are determined by the Toxicity Measurement in the RTM system;

  • The level of contamination in the physical body
  • The level of oxidative stress in the physical body
  • The level of anti-oxidant in your physical body