Eaton Health Care Professional Uses Biotechnology to Make Alternative Health Care Decisions
November 09, 2007 Business News(PRLEAP.COM) Eaton, Ohio – Selecting the best nutraceuticals or nutritional supplements for a particular health care solution often involves some trial and error, even for health care practitioners.
Gail Thompson, R.N., B.S.N., a local registered nurse, has begun using the latest biotechnology tool to eliminate trial and error and get patients on the road to better health far more quickly. The improvement also lowers health care costs for most clients as well.
The biotechnology involved comes from ZYTO Corp. (Pink Sheets: ZYTC) of Orem, Utah. By combining quantum science, biology, and information theory ZYTO technology provides an interface between living things and computers allowing them to talk to each other, according to company founder and C.E.O. Dr. Vaughn R. Cook, OMD.
“I have a comprehensive holistic health practice that is dedicated to people that are wanting to
make dramatic changes in their lives,” said Thompson.
Thompson said the use of ZYTO (tm) technology has improved compliance, and a higher percentage of clients keep their follow-up care appointments.
“Most health care practitioners are not yet aware that technology exists to help them avoid trial and error when deciding health care solutions for their clients, so Gail Thompson is to be commended for being at the forefront of this innovative advancement in alternative health care,” said Cook.
Thompson’s clinic, Changes Within, is located at 104 N. Cherry St. in Eaton. Appointments can be made by calling 937-456-2636.
ZYTO Corp. has seen rapid growth over the past year as more and more healthcare practitioners discover this new patent pending technology. ZYTO Corp. has a web site at http://www.ZYTO.com
About ZYTO Corp.
ZYTO Corp. is a biotechnology company that uses quantum science to enable computers to communicate with the human body and mind. ZYTO technology revolutionizes the way people make decisions.
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