Welcome to Unify Consulting PMA. We offer counseling on how to incorporate natural/holistic approaches for optimal health. We use Computerized Electrodermal Stress Analysis (CEDSA) as part of our method. This analysis is non-invasive, safe, and a reliable approach to identify the type of support your body needs.
A full analysis will take around 3 hours and costs $200 ($75 for each pet). Additionally, there is a one-time $10 Private Membership Association fee prior to an initial analysis.
For clients that have had at least one full analysis, we do offer 60 minute spot checks at a cost of $60.00. Hair and saliva samples are not needed for spot checks.
The full analysis, for people and pets, requires a hair and saliva sample. The Analysis and Membership forms can be downloaded by clicking the tabs on this page. The next step is to drop off or mail the samples and completed forms to our office. Please contact us prior to mailing the samples so we know they are on the way. Once the analysis has been completed we will contact you and schedule an office visit to discuss the results. If you do not live in the area, we can have the consultation over the phone.
Full analysis coverage:
Spot checks can be used for a variety of situations:
History of CEDSA:
In the early 1950’s, Reinhold Voll, a German medical doctor, developed an electronic testing device for finding acupuncture points, known to Chinese acupuncturists for millennia, and found that these points had different resistance to a low voltage electrical current than the surrounding tissues. Voll then began a lifelong search to identify correlations between disease states and changes in the electrical resistance of the various acupuncture points.
Modern use of electrical and electromagnetic stimuli in the body:
Galvanic Skin Response – measures the conductance between electrodes, placed on the skin, and any change is recorded on a graph. This technology is used in polygraph testing (lie detector test) and is also used in biofeedback technology such as ECGs and EEGs. This instrument measures the response of the person under exposure to electrical frequencies in the audible range. In this case, it is not as much the frequency or intensity of the energy that influences the conductive changes, but rather the meaning that the words convey to the subject.
Electrocardiograph (ECG) – Measures electrical activity of the heart.
Electroenecphalograph (EEG) – Records the electrical activity of the brain.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) – Uses a strong magnetic field to evaluate tissue.
Electroacupuncture According to Voll (EAV) – Voll’s technology was introduced in the US in the early 1980’s. Using electrical current, through the acupuncture points, information about various organs, systems, and musculoskeletal regions were obtained. Numerous double-blind studies were done showing up to 87% accuracy.
Dennis W. Remington, M.D. A History of Electrodermal Testing. Presentation to the Utah State Medical Association Joint Committee Meeting; Unproven Health Practices, Ethics and Judicial Committee, July 1990.