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Electroacupuncture biofeedback

Ostensibly diagnostic method developed by Reinhold Voll, M.D., of Germany, in the 1940s. Its theory posits the meridian system of acupuncture. In biological dentistry (holistic dentistry), electroacupuncture biofeedback involves application of an electrical current to a tooth. Allegedly, abnormal readings indicate an infection or “disturbance” near the tooth and, possibly, in the organ that supposedly shares a meridian with the tooth.
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