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Posted by: Elizabeth
Date: January 22, 2001 8:36 PM

A kinesiologist recently found through muscle testing that I had the metal Barium in my liver and wants to use a cold laser to break it up and I then flush it out. The procedure costs $6,000. What do you think of this?

RE: Kinesiology
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: January 22, 2001 9:54 PM

In your place I would ask for some reliable corroborating evidence of barium poisoning, such as a 24 hour urine collection measurement after challenge with a chelating agent. I would not spend money on a diagnosis arrived at by muscle testing. As to treatment, I have never heard of lasering out barium. If you are barium toxic, maybe a second opinion about how to handle it would be in order. Also, if you are barium toxic, it would not be concentrated in one organ, but diffused through the whole body. Furthermore, there would be far more economical ways of removing barium or any other heavy metal. Oral and intravenous chelation therapy come to mind. Frankly, when I read your question, I thought I could hear quacking sounds in the background, if you know what I mean.

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