After a hugely successful first open day, Medical herbalist Patrick Murphy will be hosting a second health screening open day at the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit on Saturday 1st July from 8am - 9pm using the Supertronic health screening device.
A health screening session with the Supertronic device which is used throughout Europe in many doctors' and herbalists' practices would usually cost €180 but at Patrick's open day, those in attendance can receive a one-on-one full health screening for only €50. Also Pat will will give a FREE follow up check in three months to those who avail of the health screening.
Patrick says; "The full health screening with the Supertronic involves a probe which tests the acupuncture and meridian points in the fingers of both hands. This test is non-invasive and the client feels absolutely nothing. The test takes on average 30 minutes and is available for everyone except children under the age of eight.
"The results will then reveal if there are any energy imbalances in the digestive system, cardiovascular system, the immune system, neurological system, etc. The screening can help to detect and treat illnesses such as allergies, organ weakness, food intolerances, and nutritional deficiencies. The test has also the ability to screen the heart, lungs, digestive system, kidneys, and bowels. The results from the screening will pinpoint where the imbalances lie and are interpreted by various scores. If I find any imbalances, I will advise the client to visit their GP for further examination"
Usually clients who wish to be tested by the Supertronic health screening device would make an appointment at Patrick Murphy's clinic in Tuam but the open day will allow people to go without any prior arrangement.
Due to the huge success of the first open day, appointments must be made in advance by calling 093-27033.
Patrick trained under the tutelage of Professor Joaquin Fernandez Alcaraz and is fully accredited in carrying out this popular health screening alternative medicine method.
"I first became interested in the Supertronic after being screened by Prof Alcaraz. A number of health issues that were highlighted by the tests proved to be 100 per cent accurate. Due to effectiveness of the testing I decided I wanted to learn more and trained with the professor for over three years and subsequently became completely proficient."
If you would like more information about the Supertronic health screening device open day at the Clayton Hotel on July 1st phone 093 27033 or email [email protected].