We know from physics that everything is energy, and everything is affected by it. Applying this principle to the human body’s inner workings, Billy Holder, a medical technician specializing in bioelectrical impedance technology, uses electrotherapy to help patients recover from various illnesses by reconnecting their circuits. He sees the human body as a repository of past trauma, which translates to somatic experiences for people. Using bioelectrical impedance technology, he helps patients get rid of circuit blockages and restore the body’s connections with itself and with the brain. Working on a technology that has barely seen five years from its inception, Billy is a pioneer in this promising field of energy-based medical technology. Listen in as he explains the work he does with Timothy J. Hayes, Psy.D.
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Reconnecting The Body’s Circuitry Through Bioelectrical Impedance Technology With Billy Holder
Billy Holder is a Medical Technician specializing in Bioelectrical Impedance Technology. He enjoys studying various forms of transformative body healing techniques involving physics-based technologies. In the past, he carried the state, federal, and international credentials, allowing him to design conservation programs for large specimen trees and riparian habitats. Disease, nutrition, and structural issues via natural and man-made environmental pressures where his expertise. He worked mostly for universities, land development, and management companies. He raised a family while doing it, and then came time for a change. Now, he specializes in a technology that is only a few years old. He finds immense satisfaction while helping others breaking new ground in the field of energy-based medical technologies as science is still in the exploration stage and the outlook is extremely promising.
He follows directions from a variety of health practitioners, medical doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, and psychologists. He has seen results ranging from an increased physical performance by professional athletes to the elimination of chronic pain in adults and the healing of reduced anxiety stemming from the post-traumatic stress disorder. His expertise is in demand in a number of areas of medicine, including research and consulting. He can be reached at TruRenu Health in Carlsbad CA or TruRenuTherapeutics.com. He also travels to work in a number of medical centers from Orange County to San Diego. He can be reached by contacting his coordinator, Susan Fernandez at Susan@TruRenuTherapeutics.com. You can learn more about the technology he uses at IntellBio.com.
Welcome, thanks for joining us here.
Thank you for having me.
It’s a pleasure. Billy, tell us a little bit about how you got into the kind of work you’re doing.
My background is in agriculture. I designed conservation programs for large specimen trees and riparian habitats for years. Unfortunately, I invested heavily in production, and in the mid-2000s, when production and real estate took a crash, the business and the marriage crashed. The kids were all older. I decided that I was only doing it for them, so I wanted to get back into something I was interested in, which was acoustical engineering. I went back to college and started to study what would it take for me to manage, run or build a music studio or concert halls. That’s when I learned how frequencies of energy bounced off, pass through, or got absorbed into a matter. I also got a job working for a mining company doing like social media. It was a stupid $15 an hour job, managing Facebook, Twitter, and those kinds of things. They wanted me to post something that I disagreed with and the owner said, “Prove it to me,” and I did. The next thing you know, I spent two years in an R&D facility playing with a microcrystal that had far-infrared spectrum energy that had a biological effect.
That’s when I started to realize frequencies of energy, whether they were light, sound, pulsed electromagnetic, or any type of energy effects matter. I then went to Las Vegas with some friends and I overheard some guy having a conversation in the booth next to me, and one of those late-night excursions to Denny’s and unbeknownst to me that the investor for this technology that I use was listening in. He thought I had an idea of what he had. He then put one in my hands and told me to play with it. I’m using this technology ever since. It’s referred to as the Bioelectrical Impedance Technology. I’ve worked with three different medical facilities and it’s been quite an adventure and a learning experience.
The technology has only been around for several years. It’s based on a couple of previously known technologies where the person who created it figured out a way to incorporate them into the same device I also use a couple of other types of frequency-based technologies that measure electrical impedance in the body and address it. I look at the body as an electrical circuit board like you would see your house, that line between the light switch, the copper wire that goes to the light bulb, the circuit breakers in your house, how does it all work? I don’t worry about chemistry. I don’t worry about a diagnosis. I’m the guy that says, “There’s a disconnect between your liver and your teeth, your low back and your shoulder,” or something like that. There are a lot of circuit boards that are on your body. There are circuit breakers like in your garage that are on your body, whether they’re in your ears and your hands and all I do is reconnect them.
What’s the name of the device you’re using?
I use two electrical impedance technologies. One of them is called the Electro-Equiscope. It’s based on an older technology called the Acuscope or Myopulse. They’re two devices put together with intelligence that connects the two. I also use another bioimpedance technology called the SCENAR. That measures bioelectrical impedance based on where those some impedance is and will determine where I put charged. If there’s a piece of your body that doesn’t have any energy, I put energy in it and then we see what happens.
As far as you know, you’re one of the few people who is using Equiscope for the mental and emotional connection to the physical. How did that come about?
I started to notice things in regards to how people responded to the technology. For example, I had a client come in. She had foot pain. She went to a podiatrist, chiropractor or medical doctor. She had been to psychiatrists, psychologists, and they were unable to help her with her foot pain. I connected her to the technology. In a way, this technology erases body memory and returns to the cells to homeostasis. It is like a reeducation of the body tissue. In my mind, I realized that I interrupt that ping pong game between the brain and the body. After I cleared her ankle and her foot, she started to cry. I asked her, “What’s going on?” She said, “I’m remembering something now.” It turned out that it was the fact that every time she did something wrong when she was a kid, her mom stepped on her foot.
I’ve had similar experiences with people who are in chronic pain. They don’t have any way to clear it and I’m usually the last person they see. They go to alternative medicine. They’ve done the pills, the drugs, the surgery, all kinds of things that never give them any help and they’ll come to see us last. A lot of times, I started to realize there is something going on in their head. I started to reach out to some of the people I knew and I created these mentors that helped me with some of the psychological aspects of what’s going on with people. I learned these protocols that I could incorporate with the applications that I do, which is a combination of somatic experiencing and the Trauma Resiliency Model, a couple of things that I learned. I found that I was able to take what I did farther and help more people by addressing not only on what was going on in their body, but maybe what’s going on in their head. I’ll ask them what do they do, what happened, and what is their desired experience? I then try to get them into purpose and to get them to feel what it was like the last time they accomplished that purpose.
In the meantime, I’m using frequencies that are causing entrainment in the brain because these frequencies: Delta, Alpha, Theta, are important frequencies when we were talking about brain entrainment. I was able to incorporate those and at the same time, I’m working on their shoulder. His desire might be, “I want to get back on the surfboard.” We’re talking about surfing. Some people are stressed and I make them do sighs of relief or I’ll tell them stories about the last time I took a great big sigh of relief, and then I’ll challenge them, “Can you use your voice box to make a sigh of relief?” I found that a lot of people didn’t have the ability to go back and capture physical responses to their emotions to be able to go do a sigh. They would make cleansing, but they wouldn’t be able to do things like that so I would help them in that ability, at the same time, I’m working on their body and they walk out happy as a clam. The biggest thing that I help people do is to have a little bit of an increase in self-awareness so that they can be better captains of their ship and get them a little bit closer to their desires.Our body is a great energy system. Everything from our nerve impulses and hormones to thoughts and emotions are all energies. Click To Tweet
When you think in terms of the highest volume of people that come in a particular category for a particular form of relief, whether it’s mental or emotional, what would that be?
I see a lot of A-type personalities. Those are the people that are so into what they’re doing. They’re into their heads. They don’t have a lot of contact with their body. The only contact they get from their bodies when their body says, “Everything needs to come to a stop.” They can’t move. They’re in pain. They’re in disasters. When I interview them, they don’t have actual body memories. It’s hard for me to go back and say, “When was the last time you felt A?” “I can remember the details. I’ll tell you what color it was,” but as far as the feeling, they don’t have it because they’re so into their heads. They’re problem-solving all of these things they got to do and they’re so logical about it.
For a person like that, the critical point for referring to you is that they’re in physical pain?
Usually, those are the people that have physical pain that has not gotten any success anywhere else. The places that I work are alternative medicine and people turn to us after they’ve exhausted whatever funds they have with traditional or they’re not satisfied with what’s going on with their insurance companies.
You mentioned somatic experiencing and that it’s a term that comes from people who have done a lot of trauma work with Peter Levine. I’m pulling out of what you’re saying that much of the physical discomfort that you’re helping people resolve, or at least some of it, you’re discovering is related to past traumas that are being held in the body.
Yes, and I have to dive into that. I’m not a psychologist nor a doctor. I follow the directions to the doctors that I work with. A lot of times, they’ll give me hints and clues, and then I will explore that while I’m working on them. Normally, I’m there for the symptom that his back hurts or her foot hurts. They have some issues and sometimes it’s the facial expressions or chronic pain in the teeth that the dentist can’t identify. There are symptomologies that don’t seem to match up with anything else on the body. For example, sometimes people have teeth pain and they’ll go to the dentist’s. They’ll explore all kinds of things and that people don’t have any relief.
They’ll come to me and I’ll notice that there’s a pain in the temporalis or tendonitis of the temporalis, which causes tooth pain, but nobody bothered to explore that because they’ve got that scrunched up face and the masseter was involved. I’m familiar with how the circuitry works on the body. That’s directly related to your toes, believe it or not. Take your shoes off, inevitably their toes are all crinkled up. They’re stuck in trauma and then I’ll go from the toes to the diaphragm, push around and look at the diaphragm. Breathe and sometimes we find out it’s the actual physical diaphragms stuck. They can’t breathe correctly, even though you’ll ask somebody to breathe in deeply. You’ve seen a number of people and you realize, “This person thinks he’s breathing all the way, but he’s not.” I’ll run current through the diaphragm to relax the diaphragm. They’ll then take a breath again and they’re almost high because they’re getting way more oxygen. Sometimes that’s enough to pull them out.
Based on the things that I’ve discovered and worked with these doctors, there are many aspects of trauma that got stored in the body. Then there’s like this ping pong game between were rationalizing the pain, we don’t know what it is, where he got this fear, or something going on that in the background. Some people seem calm and so put together, but then on the other side, there are disasters. It’s almost like they’ve got some cognitive dissonance. They’re not even aware of what’s going on in their body. Their body is saying, “I’m afraid. I’m in pain,” and the brain’s not paying attention to it. “I still got to do what I’ve got to do,” and they’re like soldiers marching forward because their bosses are like, “You’ve got to get this done.” They’ve got something in the back of their head based on what they think they need to be as far as accomplishing their goals. They’re not even aware of their body.
A lot of times, if there’s anything I could say that I help people do is become aware of themselves, “Can you feel your toes?” “No.” “Let me run the chart from your toes through your leg to your spine up to the occipital, then you keep trying to move your toes.” The next thing you know, there’s toe start to move. Neuropathy is one of the things that this technology helps people with. They don’t have the ability to feel, sense, or pain. Pain and neuropathy are the same things. It’s the brain’s inability to make contact with that part of the body. The body either doesn’t sense that at all or it sends out a 911 signal saying, “What’s going on here?” That’s why people that get phantom pain because they lose their limb, but they can still feel it because the brain says, “I know you’re going to have a foot, but it’s not there.” There’s a 911 signal saying that your foot is in pain even though you don’t have a foot.
It’s following that from an energetic point of view. It’s been interesting because it’s all brand new. There’s not a lot of people out there doing this. We’re discovering how important the energetic connections electrically, which is based on some Nobel Prize-winning scientists Erwin Neher and Bert Sakmann. They realized that we run on pico-current electrical energy who takes sunlight to turn it into electricity and the byproduct is biochemical. I skipped the biochemical. I don’t care about your diet and structure, even though it’s important. I go to the electrical connections and clear out whatever block, whether it’s a physical impediment or mental impediment to whatever’s going on in your body.
I work with psychologists. They’ll play with the guy, talk therapy, and all that stuff. I get them and I try to connect what’s going on in the body. Usually, between the two, whether I’m working with a psychologist, chiropractor, acupuncturist, or a medical doctor. Even people that do hormone therapy, find that what I do helps them because there are energetic properties in the body that are directly related to the production of all kinds of enzymes, hormones, and energy. We respond to that so it’s been quite an adventure.
You told the story of the woman with the foot pain who had the realization after she had a release that’s where her mother used to inflict pain on her when she was off the mark. Do you have some other stories where there’s been an identifiable connection between past trauma and physical pain?
I’ll give you a couple. A client comes in who had a violent car accident. Years later, she’s still having symptomologies. She had surgery. She got repaired, but she still was not able to feel her fingers properly. She cannot properly use her hands and she has constant pain from her neck down her arms, which is structurally an issue between C6 and C7. They cleared all of that, but she still had it. The chiropractor and wasn’t helping her, the DO, and medical doctors. She still had the pain. I took a terminal and I relayed electrical impulses that are clearing the bioelectrical impedance from her neck to her hands. She was ecstatic because the pain is gone. She can move her fingers and feel them. She was amazed at how well that worked. Twenty minutes later, it all comes back.
I asked her, “What were you thinking?” By then, I already started to feel the sense, intuitionally, because I’ve been doing this for a while. She walked back over to the things that she had to do for the rest of the day, which involved driving. She started to talk about how she got cut off and next thing you know, our whole conversation was about driving. She was talking, the more she goes, the next thing you know, towards the end of the conversation, she was shaking from the pain. I said, “Come back in here.” I did the session again, but I started asking her questions about the greatest drive she ever had. It was a Sunday drive through 17-Mile Drive.
I don’t know if you’re familiar with it up in Northern California. It’s right along the coast where the Redwood Forest is beautiful. We’re describing the trees and we’re talking about our family and everybody’s smiling. What did it smell? What did it taste like? What would it feel like? The more she’s talking about it, she starts to the dropdown. I’m using different frequencies and I’ve been trained to write about where I went from. I interview Delta. I repeat what she says back to me at Theta, which is at REM entrainment frequency. By the time I get to Alpha, that’s when I plant the suggestion. I asked, “What’s it going to feel like the next time you go on a drive just like that?”
She had her kids in the waiting room. She’s got her family. She’s got to take this drive. She’s got to run all of these errands. She started to describe that her body, her stomach, or what are you smelling? What are you seeing? I kept hammering, “What are you feeling? How do you feel?” She described all of those same symptomologies, which were all good, “I alive. I’m happy. I’m smiling. My kids are smiling. My husband’s smiling.” She was great to go. I got a phone call from her saying, “I still feel fantastic. Thank you so much,” which made me think, “Was it the Equiscope?” I know I’m doing this stuff sometimes. I wonder, is it more the technology I’m using or is it to open it up for me?
I deal with some psychologists who are good at what they do. Sometimes I start to think, maybe it’s what’s up in here. Maybe I didn’t need to use this technology, but because I do, it’s like an instant opening. I don’t have to talk the person into relaxing. It opens. The impedance is gone. They can feel. They can move. It’s a type of therapy. A lot of times you’ve got to come over several times. It’s not a one-time fix-all. You work with people abut I’ve got a very good success rate. If I can see you three times within a week, I can remove 50% of your pain. Sometimes it’s all a bit on one. It depends on where people are. The more I do it, the more intuitive I become, but there’s not a lot of directions. There’s not like, “I can’t go online and do research,” which is I do with this client.
The best part of it is that what you’re doing is probably what’s going to be recommended by most of the experts who work in this field. That is to stay connected and tuned in to your intuition and the client is in front of you. When you’re doing this kind of work, the answer that the client needs to find is inside the client, not inside the textbook that you read.
There is a textbook but I have yet to find one. For example, I can go to the United States Library of Medicine and I can find research that says, “If I run Theta and Alpha frequencies, electrically through the 10 and 20 positions of the occipital, I have a good chance of reducing anxiety. A lot of times, I’ll do that to get people relaxed. Those kinds of things I learned, but what’s going to happen soon as I stopped? They feel great. They walk out the door. They get cut off on the freeway, then they’re back to yelling and screaming and they get back like this again. There’s got to be something somewhere in between what I do and practitioners I work with, which I’ve been lucky because I work at places where there’s incorporation. They’re going to see the chiropractor, then they’re going to see me. They are going to see me, the acupuncture, and then they’ll go from there to a psychologist. I’ve gotten to where I’m able to ask people.We are an electrical circuit. Energy coasts to and from our body’s different parts, and each connection is essential to proper functioning. Click To Tweet
Technically, I’m not allowed to diagnose. I don’t offer a cure. I’m not a licensed practitioner but I can’t say, “Have you seen the chiropractor? Have you seen an acupuncturist? Have you talked to a therapist?” I can tell and I ask questions. I spend most of my time while I’m working, asking questions, “What’s it going to feel like the next time you go drive a 17 Mile Drive in Northern California?” They’re going to give me the answer so I constantly ask questions to pull out as much of that feeling that they can give me. Sometimes, it’s a matter of grounding them like, “Can you feel your toes right now?” “No.” I’ll touch their toes. “Can you feel your toes right now?” “Yes.” “Let’s concentrate on the big toe and the little toe because I know they’ve got something going on in their face.”
There’s a relationship between your toes and the masseter and the masseter is your jaw. I don’t know why it is, I just know that the research I’ve done has shown that they have discovered that for some reason, people with messed up toes, sometimes I have a messed-up face. I’ll get them to move their toes and calves and then there are energetic pathways that are going through their legs. That there are meridians through their legs that related to the bladder, the kidney, the liver and the lungs. All those kinds of things can be addressed by simply getting them to move their body in ways that they’re not used to doing because they sit in a chair all day.
One of the things that we’ve heard from many different places is that it’s just an energy system, this thing we call a body. The thoughts, emotions, hormones, and nerve impulses are all energies. If you disrupt the system that carries those energies or signals, then you’re going to disrupt the processing of the system. One of the more intense energies that we generate and experience are the emotional energies. For a long time, people have known, especially bodyworkers, massage therapists, chiropractors, physical therapists that people lock their traumas into their bodies for a long time. People have known it’s been years since I had a fall and cracked a vertebra in my back and I kept going to these massage therapists, physical therapists, and chiropractors. They’d find out I was a psychologist and they would routinely say, “You should have been here yesterday. You should meet her last week. I had this person here.”
They would tell the story of when they do a release in the hip muscles or the shoulder muscles. All of a sudden, as you say with the person with the foot, they’d burst into tears and they’d ask, “What’s going on? Why are you crying?” “I remembered a trauma when I was fifteen. I remembered the rape. I remembered this and that.” The evidence, the actual experience of many of these people who work with the physical body has taught us for years that energies get lodged in the body. Sometimes they’re there for decades. Once those energies are freed up, if you can make a connection to the conscious logical mind and/or the unconscious, that’s holding that energy there, as you release the physical blockage, you can get a lasting result.
It also works the other way around. That’s why it becomes an interesting puzzle to solve. For example, I’m walking down the road and I break my right ankle. I already have an electrical impedance that my brain is not able to make contact with somewhere in my right ankle. The response physiologically is the whole left side of my body is going to tighten up. It’s that primal thing. You running from the bear, you break your ankle, you still want to run some and you’re hopping on your left side because you still got to getaway. Sometimes the brain doesn’t let go of that other side of the body because the right ankle did it heal properly. There are still some remnants of electrical impedance that’s not getting to the brain that causes some remnants of the compensation required by the left side of the body, which is probably related to the trauma.
They’ve got this constant memory of the trauma every step they take. That whole idea of the brain uses 80% to 90% of everything you take in. All of your energy, oxygen, and nutrition go to serve this. If you don’t have enough, your brain is going to rob something from your body because your brain’s number one. Let’s say our brain needs something that your kidney needs. The brain is like, “Screw you, kidney. I need it.” One of your kidneys is probably going to go bad because of what you are not supplying to your brain, which is related to what you’re not taking in nutritionally or whatever your exercises. You’ve got this vicious circle of things that your brain is like, “I feel like I’m thinking clearly, but I got a problem with my kid.”
It might be from something that happened to you because the kidney can be related to what’s going on in your diaphragm. This is where the interesting part about energy comes in. Your diaphragm is that doorway between your first and second brain, and it holds trauma. It is also that window between the sympathetic and the parasympathetic nervous system like, “I can breathe when I’m not thinking about it. I breathe when I want to breathe.” The doctor says, “Take deep breaths.” I can manage my diaphragm, but that sends waves of energy through the adrenals, which sit on top of the kidneys and then the kidneys feed the bladder. You then go down to the pelvic floor and people constantly complain, “I got a prostate problem. I got a bladder problem. I’ve got a cortisol issue.”
Sometimes, you need to unlock that diaphragm and it all goes away because it just sits there all stuck. You don’t have any oxygen. You’re not giving that flow of energy, which is this wave that comes up and down your body. People don’t realize how important breathing is and that is fascinating because that’s coming to the forefront. People are realizing that “I should do some breathing exercises.” These breathing techniques are passing through. People realize that those are amazing yet, but sometimes you still can’t breathe because your diaphragm is locked up and you need some way to help you with that. Sometimes that’s all you need to walk away feeling like $1 million.
For a lot of years in therapy, we’ve been telling people in the first session, “Here’s the first skill we’re going to teach you. It’s a certain breath that communicates to your body that you’re not in fight or flight.” There’s a Wim Hof breathing technique. There are all kinds of techniques in yoga that people swear by that give them good results. Andrew Weil does the 4:7:8 Breathing Technique that he swears by for anxiety.
There are all kinds of scientific studies that show that there is a neurological relationship between your brain and the upper lung, which manages anxiety and then your brain and the lower lung, which is more when things are calmed down. There are these what they call neurological points, both posterior and anterior that have to do with the lymphatic system, which makes sure your lungs are clean. Your lungs could be fine, but there could be something blocked in the neural lymphatic system that says, “No, they’re not.”
Your brain thinks there’s something wrong with your lungs when there isn’t because maybe you got popped in the chest one time and you’re interfering with the information that’s coming from your lung. That’s based on information from the lymphatic system that says, “This is what the lymphs do. It clears the lung from any types of poisons and stuff. It’s probably clear but because the lymphatic point tells the brain that it isn’t. That’s weird. Sometimes it is that psychological aspect, but sometimes that is caused by something physical. Sometimes you release that physical the ladies’ foot or the ladies’ neck and they have memories. It’s like, “I don’t have that anymore.” The memory then comes through and they realize they have consciousness or self-awareness that they didn’t have before because something wasn’t coming into the brain.
What’s another aspect of your work that we haven’t even touched on yet that you want to share with us?
I learned this from my weakness. I was never good at linear algebra so I had a hard time with chemistry. Physics is more of a geometrical issue. I rocked when it came to geometry. There’s another way of looking at the body that a lot of people don’t explore and that’s the fact that we are an electrical circuitry system and energy goes to and from different parts of the body. If you start to realize that and you take to use that to your advantage, you will become more successful in helping people with their endeavors. That is what I learned what was going on in people’s heads because that information comes out of the head into the body and then there’s a response going back.
I would say the thing that fascinates and at the same time, helps people the most is if I say something and I have the stimulation, that’s going to my body. I have a thought that sends information, frequencies of energy, going to my sensory parts. There’s then the information that comes in and then is reinterpreted. Understanding that is probably the biggest thing that I’ve been endeavoring to accomplish in regards to what I can accomplish with that information. It can range from pain, anxiety, PTSD, and problems with your organs. Most of the time, these are affected by your structure and your structures affected by how you feel.
There are parts of this technology that people use. There’s this lady in LA that does microcurrent facial with the same technology. You have to think about it. These people want this line taken off on the front of their heads. “Can you remove that?” What I do is, “Let’s go over your facial expressions and I’ll find out. This facial expression, you need to stop doing it because no matter what I do, it’s going to come back.” Sometimes it’s that feeling of pain or that furrowed brow of anger. All of these things that we think and feel have a physical manifestation.
You can look at it strictly from that aspect, or for me, it’s like, “There’s something that was going on when you’re furrowing your head. Why are you furrowing your head? Maybe I can relax the muscle to keep you from doing that. Maybe I can help you with your face without having to do surgery.” It’s interesting how people have taken this technology and have used it. “I care more about how you feel. I want to make sure that when you come in, you know where are you now and it is my satisfaction to make sure you feel better when you come out.” That’s what I do. When you feel better and you’re more self-aware, I have accomplished my goal.
What’s the typical length of your sessions?
Between 30 minutes to 1 hour. If you got a shoulder problem, I’ll run current through the capsule, whatever relative muscles that control the shoulder. While I work with you, we might talk about your mood swing for about 30 minutes. If you have something going on with the curvature of your spine, it might take an hour because I got to go through each vertebra and I have to go through wherever that particular vertebra may go to. Sometimes leg problems take a little longer than shoulder problems because it’s not as much area for me to cover between here and the tip of your finger versus here and all the way to the tip of your toe. Other issues depend. It depends on your practitioner. I work with them and they tell me what the problem is and we work on it. I like to start people with three sessions within a week and see where we go. Remember, I deal with people with chronic issues and it didn’t happen overnight. We can’t help them get over it overnight, but I can significantly improve their condition within three visits.
Where do you get most of your referrals? What’s the source?
From friends. I worked on that person. They had a problem, a guy comes in and says, “I got this bicycle race coming up. I’ve got a problem with my knee and my friend said that you helped him.” I get those kinds of referrals, but mostly from doctors. I have a relationship with certain medical doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and I worked well with them. They do better. For example, I can increase the amount of energy you have in your body. You can take that to the acupuncturist. He’s got more energy to work with when he does to find it. I’ll pull out the dent, they’ll do the pinstripes. The chiropractors, they can’t move the guy’s neck because it’s locked up. I’ll relax all the muscles. He’s a little bobblehead now, then he goes right to the chiropractor. He pops them right back in.
The medical doctor, you might be thinking in terms of, “He’s got a bladder issue. I’m not sure what’s going on. Maybe you could do some impedance reading, so let me know.” I’ll say, “I think maybe it is the guy’s diaphragm.” I’ll check his diaphragm points. Let’s start with that and then we do a process of elimination because it is a puzzle. Not everything happens the same way for everybody. We have to work together with different ways of looking at it. I happened to have this unique way of looking at people and it gives a fresh perspective to the practitioners I work with.We are just discovering how important the human body’s energy connections are. Click To Tweet
How do people get ahold of you? Do you have a website?
If you go to the Center for New Medicine in Irvine, they have a website. Also, the Center for Advanced Medicine in Encinitas, and I work for TruRenu Health in Carlsbad. I go wherever I’m asked to go. Sometimes I’ll go up to Ventura. I’ll go out of state. The technology I use is portable. I can put it in a suitcase, pop it on a plane or a train or wherever I need to go. It depends on the situation. I’m happy to say that I’m flexible. Sometimes I go see you. Sometimes people come to see me.
I appreciate your taking the time to talk with us. It’s a great pleasure.
This has been fantastic. It’s not very often that I get to explain what I do with people.
I have the benefit of working with a lot of people on emotional issues and traumas. From the perspective that the addition of the tools you’re using would be a great help. I’m interested in sharing it with some of the people I know and helping spread the word on how beneficial the emotional and psychological work can be working with what you do.
This is where I’m finding my purpose is being fulfilled. If you feel better when you leave and you’re a little bit more self-aware of yourself, physically, I win.
I look forward to hearing about your progress as you move forward and learn more. I will look forward to connecting some other people with you. Thank you.
I look forward to it. Thank you very much.
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About Billy Holder
I am Billy Holder, by profession I am currently a medical technician specializing in bioelectrical impedance technology. I enjoy studying various forms of transformative body healing techniques involving physics-based technologies.
In my past, I carried the state, federal and international credentials allowing me to design conservation programs for large specimen trees and riparian habitats. Disease, nutrition, and structural issues via natural and man-made environmental pressures were my expertise. I worked mostly for universities, land development, and management companies. I raised a family doing it. Then came the time for a change.
I now specialize in a technology that is only five years old. I find immense satisfaction helping others while at the same time breaking new ground in the field of energy-based medical technologies. As a science, it is still in the exploration stage and the outlook is extremely promising. I follow directions from a variety of health practitioners. I work with; medical doctors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, and psychologists.
I have seen results ranging from an increased physical performance by professional athletes, elimination of chronic pain in the elderly to emotional healing and reduced anxiety stemming from PTSD.
My expertise is in demand in a number of areas of medicine including research and consulting. I can be found at TruRenu Health in Carlsbad CA, www.trurenutherapeutics.com. I also travel to work at a number of medical centers from Orange County to San Diego.
You can contact me by contacting my coordinator Susan Fernandez Susan@Trurenutherapeutics.com 760-445-3858
You can find a reference to the technology I use at www.intellbio.com
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