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To Identify Your Risk of Developing Dementia or Alzheimer’s


Frequent forgetfulness or difficulty with routine tasks or balance might be a sign of cellular confusion, which can lead to dementia or Alzheimer’s. Pinpointing and then correcting that cellular confusion gives you the reassurance you need, and applies to anyone, anywhere in the world.

The Good Shepherd Healing System (GSHS) is a form of energy medicine. We have been able to achieve containment and remission of Alzheimer’s and dementia in our research. Now we are offering a way to pinpoint and eliminate the common problem we call cellular confusion, which we found in our research and in people who were treated with the GSHS for Alzheimer’s or dementia. We “un-confuse” by way of the GSHS so the body and brain can regain optimal health.

GSHS treatments are most often done from a distance, in the comfort of home or office, without the need to displace the person receiving them. The GSHS practitioner follows an established technique to deliver energy to a specific body system to direct healing. The actual healing is not done by the practitioner but by the body’s own systems. The practitioner only directs the healing once the problem area has been identified. The body does the rest.

For more information on the GSHS, or if you have questions: contact us

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Detection and correction of cellular confusion is $150 USD. An appointment will be scheduled for you.

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