Case studies

Case studies

 

Patient One (F...)

Here is a healthy person. You can see from her index of health (xxx) that she is coping with all that life throws at her and has good reserves of energy. She is able to deal both with her own emotions and those of others. She is in harmony with herself and the world.

How do we know this? Well, let’s take a look at the first graph, which shows the patient’s comparative sensitivity to the heat from the RUNO pen. The red corridor is the norm. Bars that go above the red line show organs that are overexcited (with a risk of a health crisis). Bars that fall below show organs that are working sluggishly (with a risk of chronic disease). The bars’ various colours represent different organs, for example red for the heart, dark blue for the lungs and dark green for the liver.

In the case of this healthy patient, all her results are within the corridor of the normal. Well, perhaps her left kidney (black bar) is sticking out a bit into the zone of overexcitement but that could be because of something she has just eaten.

The lines in the second graph, which shows the spread of comparative sensitivity, are all gathered up to a single point, which tells us the patient’s body is working as a whole and is therefore healthy.

Patient Two (L...)

This person is also basically healthy, as we can see from the high health index (xxx) and large number of coloured bars within the red lines of the norm. The left kidney (black bar below the red line) is empty of energy, however, which is perhaps a little worrying. And the protruding light blue bar suggests the patient could have a problem with osteoarthritis.

If we look at the third graph, which shows asymmetry, we see from the red protruding bars that the lower part of her spine is indeed problematic. Perhaps her kidney has slipped and this needs to be investigated.

Patient Three (P...)

This man has a very low health index (82), suggesting he has become alienated from his own life. The graph of comparative sensitivity shows areas completely lacking in energy, including the skin, and nervous degeneration on right side of the body. Notice how the blue and grey bars have gone right off the scale.

Dr. Irina Dyomina didn’t know his diagnosis but immediately asked him what was wrong with his skin. It turned out he had a cancerous sarcoma on the right side of his face. Looking at the third graph, showing asymmetry, Dr. Dyomina noticed he had problems with the chest area of his spine, which suggested the cancer might have spread there too.

“He needs a huge inflow of energy to get out of this ditch,” she said. “Only a very big personal effort – a change in his whole way of life and way of relating – might perhaps save him.”

Patient Four (L...)

Before treatment, this patient had a very low health index (150) and little interest in living. Instead of working as a whole, her body was out of tune and all over the place. She had no energy in her kidneys, suggesting either illness or deep exhaustion and depression, and an overexcited stomach, which probably meant gastritis. Some of her problems were perhaps psychosomatic. The asymmetry graph showed a big inner conflict that was upsetting her entire organism.

Now, after Eastern treatment including meditation, her health index (610) has tripled and she has pulled herself together, both mentally and physically. Her energy has risen, she is no longer tired in the evenings and she is coping with her tasks. Her heart still looks a bit overloaded (red bar protruding upwards) because she was upset on the day the test was taken.

“Why be upset?” said Dr. Dyomina. “Go now and be joyful about everything.”