What is Viscous Cycle Disorder (V.C.D.)?

Suffering from chronic severe health problems doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re sick. In fact, it may just mean that you’re unwell and that the true cause of your chronic symptoms has yet to be discovered. The cause of any chronic health problem can be rooted in one of three places.

It can be rooted in the physical structure of the body or it can be entrenched in the biochemistry. But it can also be ingrained in the virtual realm. This realm is comprised of the psychological, emotional, and spiritual aspects of our being.
For the cause of chronic severe symptoms to be detected in the absence of a diagnosable disease, the challenge is to determine which symptoms are associated with which cause.

The goal is to restore balance to the whole person. Too often the emerging symptoms of an imbalance are simply masked with medications to create the illusion of balance, but in order to successfully resolve any chronic health problem you must be able to accurately identify the cause.

The chronic severe symptoms associated with these health problems are called a vicious cycle disorder or VCD. VCD is a chronic imbalance or deficiency that eventually results in symptoms that are difficult to accurately diagnose. These symptoms rarely respond to conventional treatment.

The cause of these symptoms typically goes undiagnosed or is diagnosed as something other than what it really is – a vicious cycle disorder. So, how can you possibly know if you’re suffering from VCD or what’s causing it? If you’re one of the growing numbers of people being told that nothing is wrong but you know that something’s not right, a M.A.P. is the only way to know for sure. M.A.P. is an acronym for matrix assessment profile.

While a comprehensive history is the cornerstone for this evaluation a quantum fluid analysis is at the heart of the assessment. Once performed, the cause of your chronic severe health problems will be displayed in a written report, followed by a consult with Dr. DiCenso.

Your Personal Report Will Contain:

Detailed explanations of the findings in your personal evaluation.
Colorful graphs and illustrations for greater understanding of your evaluation.
Comprehensive recommendations for any conventional or alternative considerations.

Dietary recommendations based upon your blood type and specific biological needs.

Specific recommendations for therapeutic supplementation based upon your profile.