There are 3 levels of diagnosis and treatment In medicine.
The symptomatic (superficial) level – the definition of the symptoms and their association with the syndrome.
The etiological level (the cause) – finding the cause of the symptoms if it is a virus, bacterium, parasite, trauma, etc.
The personal level (the root of the disease) – the deepest level, answers the question “why me?” and originates in weakness of the patient’s immune system.
For example: a person comes to the doctor with a sore throat, high fever of 39 degrees, white spots on the tonsils, muscle aches and severe fatigue for several days.
The doctor diagnoses “sore throat” at the superficial level. At this level, in the absence of a known cause, treatment is only symptomatic with analgesics and antipyretics.
If the throat swab test for Streptococcus A is found to be positive, the doctor will be able to diagnose at the cause level: “streptococcal throat” , as this cause has effective treatment, for example antibiotics.
However, if we examine the patient’s family members, it is very possible that more people will find a positive throat surface for streptococcus while they feel completely healthy and do not know about its existence.
The question arises: Why does only the patient suffer from this bacterium, when the bacterium is also found in healthy people? “.
The answer to this question originates from the differences in the weaknesses and strengths that different people’s immune systems have.
In the QRUF method we are able to diagnose these weaknesses and activate the natural healing mechanisms found in the patient for the “root” treatment of recurrent or chronic diseases.
Unlike a simple sore throat that usually passes without treatment, there are severe chronic problems such as multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Crohn’s