Follow The Physiology Survey

Follow The Physiology Survey is the best, most comprehensive written survey of your health, health problems, potential causes, mechanism, and the clinical symptom picture arising from organ dysfunction. It helps your practitioner tremendously to determine your best path to wellness. Remaining questions are discussed during your consultations. I created the Follow The Physiology Survey because there wasn’t any health and wellness survey good enough that Followed The Physiology. I looked at surveys that measure stress, toxicity, mental health, symptoms, mold, and body function but none were adequate to get a great wellness plan together. Follow The Physiology Survey can identify potential issues and very importantly rule out problems, too. Causes like immune challenges and bioburden from parasites, mold, fungus and other organisms can be discovered. It can determine if toxicity is a potential issue or not. It can see what organs are being affected by the causes. It can determine if your best diets should be the anti-viral diet, the anti-fungal diet, the ketogenic diet, the paleo diet, whole30 diet, or another diet. It can see if you have one of the two mechanisms of chronic disease. Once you fill out the survey, you can get a consultation and solutions once you become a patient. Yours in Health, Darren Schmidt, D.C.

  • Bioburden

    Definition: Degree of microbial contamination or microbial load; the number of microorganisms contaminating an object.
  • Virus

  • Candida/ Yeast/ Mold

  • Bacteria

  • Parasites

  • Toxicity

  • Brain

  • Bladder/ Kidneys

  • Liver

  • Gall Bladder

  • Heart

  • Ears

  • Adrenal

  • Sinus/ Lungs

  • Female Hormones

  • Male Hormones

  • Sugar Handling

  • Date Coincident Scars

  • Pituitary

  • Nervous System

  • Lymphatic System

  • Stomach

  • Pancreas

  • Thyroid

  • Types of Fatigue

  • Types of Joint Pain

  • The remaining questions are to determine if you have the potential of too much lactic acid in your blood while also having too little oxygen. This causes cell death and is the basic premise of most chronic disease.

  • Part 1: Body, Muscles, Arms, Legs

  • Part 2: Chest, Lungs, Heart

  • Part 3: Brain

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