The Kortum Technique

The Kortum Technique is a non-intrusive health assessment process that detects the presence of biological imbalances, oftentimes before conventional medical tests detect any irregularity. The observation-based technique converts naturally encoded biological information into a coherent anatomical lexicon called “indicators”. These indicators correlate to the body’s major organs and systems and identify both healthy and unhealthy biological patterns.

In 2001, John approached the conventional health care delivery system to evaluate his techniques with scientific protocols in place. He showed the medical research team how the body’s universal language of indicators is perceptible to the human eye in a state of integrative coherence. His results were 93% accurate for identifying health imbalances by simply looking at patients.

The Kortum Technique: How to Access the Human Body’s Natural Blueprint for Health and Healing, introduces the associated perceptual terminology of Indicator Topography, Kinesthetic Simulation, Sensory Aspect Ratio, and the theoretical framework with illustrations that form the foundation for the Kortum Technique. He explains how a member of the medical research team learned to incorporate the Kortum Technique in her own patient practice.

He also found that the body’s indicators are interactive. When a health imbalance is severe or in a state of progression, the indicators intensify their appearance relative to the intensity or progression of illness. Likewise, when the body receives effective medical treatments or moves into a state of recovery or healing, the indicators reduce in appearance or disperse altogether.

The Kortum Technique supports and augments the conventional medical diagnostic model and reveals heretofore unrecognized aspects of the body that contribute to the health of any human being. John teaches health care practitioners how to apply the Kortum Technique in their patient practice and one-on-one with clients when conventional methods fail to identify health imbalances.

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