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Acupoints and Meridians

Today, many functional or energy medicine devices are based on the
traditional acupuncture meridian system. Acupuncture works on the
principle that there is a network of energy channels, called meridians,
suffusing the body. Different organs are associated with different energy
meridians, and health problems in various organs are believed to manifest
themselves as disturbances of energy in the associated meridians.
Acupuncture points, or acupoints, are the points along these meridians
where energy flow can be measured and manipulated.

Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA)

Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA) is the technological descendant of EAV.
BioMeridian?s MSA-21 is a highly advanced galvanic skin response testing
device used for meridian stress assessment. It employs a minute electrical
current that is passed through a probe and into the body at individually
selected acupuncture points. The device measures resistance to the
current at each point in order to determine the state of the corresponding

MSA History

Since 1950, research initiated by Reinhold Voll, M.D. has established that
acupuncture points possess greater electrical conductivity than surrounding
tissue. Dr. Voll himself also held that low-level reactions of the body could
be accurately measured and effectively treated. This is the origin of
Electroacupuncture According to Voll (EAV). By measuring changes in
electrical conductivity at many of the body?s acupuncture points, Dr. Voll
believed that the health of the body could be determined.



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