Vicious Cycle Disorders Discovered as Cause of Unresolved Symptoms With New Home Health Test

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Millions of Americans don’t feel well while their medical tests indicate their health is okay. Yet they continue to suffer from symptoms that fail to respond to conventional forms of treatment. A Vicious Cycle Disorder may be the reason.

Many are suffering needlessly from unresolved symptoms and don't know what to do. Not feeling well is not normal, but now there's an answer.

Dr. Richard DiCenso has identified the experience of constant unresolved symptoms as a Vicious Cycle Disorder (VCD). This experience is distinguished by chronic, low grade symptoms with no apparent cause that concern an individual and interfere with his or her enjoyment of life.

If you suffer from aches, pains, and ailments that fail to respond to conventional forms of treatment; if the medications you are taking are making you tired because they only temporarily mask your symptoms and fail to address the underlying cause of your ailments; if you have undergone countless tests and exams only to find your results fall within normal limits indicating that you’re healthy when you know you’re not, a Vicious Cycle Disorder (VCD) may be the cause.

“There’s always a reason behind every health situation,” he said. “The challenge is to find the reason, and it’s not always obvious through normal medical testing.” Now there's a way to find the cause of a VCD (vicious cycle disorder).

Dr. DiCenso recently developed the Matrix Assessment Profile (MAP), a two-part testing program, which is administered in the home. “The results of our testing and subsequent follow-up have been literally amazing,” Dr. DiCenso noted. Ninety per cent of the people who submit to this testing get ninety per cent of their results within ninety days, regardless of the presenting symptoms.

With credentials in both the conventional and complementary care arenas, Dr. DiCenso is recognized as a leading authority in "Whole Person Therapy." He details the causes of Vicious Cycle Disorders (VCD) in his new book, "Beyond Medicine, exploring a new way of thinking" and offers suggestions for turning your symptoms into solutions.

Dr. DiCenso maintains an active practice as the Clinical Director of Advanced Therapeutics in Virginia Beach, VA.You can obtain a free copy of his new report on Vicious Cycle Disorders (VCD) called “Why You Feel The Way You Do And What You Can Do About It,” at his website at http://www.MatrixTransformation.com.

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