Dr Chi Fingernail and Tongue Analysis
- Feb, 2009. K.M. DC from MN, has a 51 year old male patient who had a lump on the frenula area, the skin that connects the upper lip to the gum. He also did not have any lunalae (moons) on his nails. Both of these signify a change of getting colon problems. A biopsy later revealed that he had Stage 2-3 colon cancer.
- April, 2009. RP, a 46 year old male from CA, has triangular nails. (Whenever you have those nails, check your Hgb, WBC, RBC levels.) (Hemoglobin, White Blood Cell, Red Blood Cell) He spent three months and $24,000 in tests to find out he has Non-Hodgkins lymphoma. It took Dr Chi minutes to determine he has a blood disease.
- Feb, 2009. R.L. 58 year old male, from MN, was checked using the Fingernail and Tongue Analysis method. He had more than 50 cherry angiomas on his abdomen and more than 10 cherry angiomas on his face and head. The angiomas on his abdomen signfiy a risk for elevated estrogen and prostate problems. The angiomas on his face/head signify a risk for aneurysm or stroke. He said the he already had a stroke twice, a year ago and 5 years ago, respectively.
Dr Chi will be visiting the Tampa Bay area on August 31 for personal consultations. Cost $25.00. Hampton Inn and Suites. 4050 Ulmerton Rd, Clearwater, FL
By appointment only. Call 727-644-4400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your appointment.