Nakatani Diagnostic (Ryodoraku)

Nakatani Diagnostic (Ryodoraku) is a method of electropunctural diagnostics of the functional condition of the meridians, based on the measurement of electrocutaneous resistance at significant acupuncture points. These points match with the points of the classical meridians of the human body (Ryodoraku Lines). These meridians act as sensitive indicators to the changes in the internal organs by warning about the danger.

How does it work?

The procedure is carried out by using a special device that measures the electrical conductivity of 24 biological active points located in the ankle and wrist joints. The results of the research are displayed on the screen of the monitor in the form of a diaphragm. The condition of organs and systems is transmitted by using three colors: red - high threat of pathologies, additional diagnostic examinations should be carried out; yellow - predisposition to the disease, observation and repeated diagnosis are required; green - the condition of the organ is normal, no additional measures are required.

What is the point of such Method?

According to Nakatani Electropuncture diagnostics is objective as ECG or ultrasound.

Such Diagnostic allows within 40-50 minutes with reliability of a 93-96% to reveal almost any violations in human functional systems, to evaluate the condition of organs and systems and in the psycho emotional sphere. It shows the dynamics of a change in a person's condition - the body's response to treatment or other healing effects. It helps to identify diseases that are in a hidden (latent) form at the earliest stage, when classical clinical studies still cannot give results.