What is Vega Testing

The Vega machines work by involving the patient in an electrical circuit.  A baton is held in one of the patient’s hands and the circuit completed by applying a stylus (like a ballpoint pen) to the opposite hand or foot.  The process is non-invasive and painless.  Is it easy to operate? Any doctor, dentist or nurse could learn to use it in a very short time.  With practice comes expertise and a knowledge of the various alternative remedies.  If it were a difficult technique there wouldn’t be 14,000 to 20,000 of these machines in German doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries.

The Vega machine can be used for both diagnosis and treatment.  Knowledge of basic anatomy and physiology is needed to help with making a diagnosis. Then the effectiveness and safety of any proposed treatments can be assessed.  Therefore the range of knowledge possessed by the operator is the only limit to the range of treatments on offer to patients.  I have found that the machine yields answers that makes pathology become alive and therefore dispenses with the need to make vague or misleading diagnoses. After 30 minutes, or less, the operator is in possession of sufficient knowledge to make one of three choices.  Firstly there may be the need to refer the patient on to another qualified practitioner for further advice and investigation.  Secondly the patient could be offered conventional treatment, or thirdly alternative therapy.

So how does this machine operate?  Like any machine it has to be calibrated and an initial test to determine if the patient is either healthy or not functioning properly.  Because the machines are based upon the Chinese principle of energy and meridians it is possible to tell if the patients Yang and Yin are equally balanced.  These two energies should be equally balanced.  If there is too much Yang then the patient is hyperactive.  If there is too little Yang then the patient is under active and fatigued.