Childhood eczema revisited
I’ve recently been corresponding with a practitioner who was referred a 5-month-old boy for treatment for eczema. If you perform SET-DB™ on small children like this, there are some important considerations to keep in mind that will help you get to and correct the cause of the eczema quickly. (Much of this can also be found in the Practitioner Manual.)
The testing is done by placing the child’s hand on one of more of the plates on the Hand Cradle. The parent or guardian please their hand over the child’s, and you’re off and running. We have one grandchild who thought this was good fun and one who wailed. May your young patients fall into the former, not the latter.
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