About CBT - Details
The CBT examination and treatments are painless, non-invasive and very gentle.
CBT basically directs your brain to identify and correct the cause of a health problem.
How Does CBT Work?
Health problems often persist because your brain (autonomic nervous system) is unable to accurately identify and correct the underlying causes of those problems. This can occur for many different reasons.
CBT uses gentle and effective Muscle Response Testing (MRT) to obtain feedback from your body concerning the presence of any hidden “health stressors” that may be causing your problem(s). These stressors can include: allergies, infectious organisms, toxins, and physiological dysfunctions.
Once a stressor has been revealed, Dr. Smith can then relay this information to your brain. This is accomplished by the gentle stimulation of specific neurovascular “reflex points” on your cranium and upper body. As soon as your brain accurately recognizes the stressor, it can then immediately begin to correct it.
What Diseases Can CBT Help?
Your brain is a powerful “bio-computer” that is capable of correcting a wide variety of health problems. However, CBT itself does not diagnose or treat “diseases”. Diseases are simply words that describe the symptoms of health problems. They do not establish the causes. Some examples include: acid reflux, chronic fatigue, allergies, hypothyroidism, irritable bowel, sinusitis, asthma, eczema, etc.
When you suffer with health problems, medications may help you feel better by suppressing your symptoms. However, these drugs typically do not address the health stressors that may be causing your symptoms.
If left uncorrected, these stressors can often result in medication toxicity and/or the chronic impairment of your health potential.
How is CBT Different?
The purpose of CBT is to enable your brain to recognize – and then correct – the underlying causes of your health problems. This can produce the natural resolution of your symptoms, and the restoration of your optimal health and function.
For example: A grass allergy can create the “disease” of sinusitis. These unpleasant symptoms can usually be suppressed with antihistamine drugs. However, the cause of your symptoms is your brain’s erroneous “tagging” of grass as a dangerous substance. Once this misidentification is corrected, your symptoms will resolve and your sinuses can regain their normal, healthy function.