Dr. Thornton Streeter, D.Sc. is a special Advisor to the ICNM, the UK’s leading authority on Complementary Medicine. Dr. Streeter is faculty head of the Zoroastrian College section of human biofield Research. Since 2004 he has been registered as a student thesis guide and scientist researcher with AISBBS, an NGO with Special Consultative Status with the United Nations department of Economic and Social Affairs. He is now the official representative of the UN NGO; consequently his training programs are recognized in 190 countries. Dr. Streeter is Director of The Centre for Biofield Sciences, UK and India. (www.biofieldsciences.com, www.biofieldscience.org).
Dr. Streeter has spent over twenty years specializing in research of the Human Biofield. He initiates Energy Centres worldwide, designed to integrate modern medicine with traditional understanding from Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. Dr. Streeter is one of the few certified trainers of Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP). He is also a qualified Electro Crystal Therapist (EleCT). Dr Streeter has overseen the development of a uniquely recognized & officially approved PIP training program.
Dr. Streeter is a member of: ISSSEEM, ACEP, ICNM and Fellow of World Association of Integrated Medicine.
Usually, an analysis is conducted before and after the treatment with a number of different devices monitoring the treatment’s efficacy. Researchers at the Centre for Biofield Sciences compared Gas Discharge Visualization (GDV), Electro Interstitial Screening (EIS), Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP), and Medical Thermal Imaging (MTI) with subjective client issue identification. Participants were chance selected. Each participant was requested to complete a body perception questionnaire, identifying current and past health issues. The five scanning sessions for each participant took place on the same day and in the same order. The scans were interpreted by experts using qualitative analysis and comparing to the health data from the client questionnaire.
Initial results often indicate strong correlations between participant subjective appraisal and that of the scanning mechanisms, particularly PIP and GDV, which show high correlation with each other.
About Dr. Streeter:
Faculty head of the Zoroastrian College section of Human biofield Research. Since 2004 I have been appointed as a student thesis guide.
- Doctor of Science, Mumbai, India.
- 2004 Special Advisor to Institute of Complementary and Natural Medicine ICNM London.
- 2006 Program Committee for All India Institute of Medical Sciences and Indian Institute of Technology ‘s National Seminar on Scientific validation and Technical evaluation of Ancient Medical Systems.
- 2007 Advisory Board, Uniting Technologies USA.
- 2007 Advisory Board BodyTalk International USA
- 2008 Visiting Lecturer Medical School, St George’s University, Grenada.
- Since 2002 I have been a Visiting Lecturer at Westminster University, Department of Integrated Medicine, London UK
- 2008 he serves on the Board of Directors of the North American Academy of Energy Medicine (NAAcEM)
- 2008 Wisdom Council EvolveCare
- Since 2002 he has delivered keynote lectures on Biofield Science,
PIP Biofield Imaging Diploma and Qualified trainer. Guide to over 800 students in UK, USA, Mexico, Taiwan, South Africa, Costa Rica, India, France, Hong Kong, Korea, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
Presented Papers at Exeter Universities Department of Complementary Studies international conferences Chaired by Edzard Ernst and had both Abstracts published in the peer reviewed Journal: Focus on Alternative and Complementary Medicine, (FACT). His first paper was delivered and published at the 11th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, University of Exeter, UK, and November 2004.
A pilot correlation analysis between 4-energy field scanning devices and conscious perception of bodily issues. Follow up analysis and comparison between PIP and GDV Abadi, M. D., Ulanowsky, D. P. Streeter, T. W. J. A
Effect of Aromatherapy and Energy Medicine on the Human Biofield: A Pilot Study Sharique Zafar, Thornton W.J.A. Streeter, Shilpa S. Inamdar and Shalini G. Sarwade
Biotechnology and Aromatic Plants Vol 10. Mhatre, P.R., 2003. Integrated Health Tata McGraw Appendix –The future Anatomy and Physiology of the human biofield: Training in PIP Biofield Imaging.
Zafar, S., Streeter, T. W. J. A, Zafar, S. S: ‘Effects of aroma oils on the Human Energy Field as shown by PIP Energy Field Imaging’: p226 in Role of Biotechnology in Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Volume X, Khan, I.A & Khanum, A., 2004, Ukaaz Publications, ISBN 81-88279-11-0
Mhatre, P.R., 2003. Polycontrast Interference Photography P667 Appendix 8.1 cited in Principles of Integrated Medicine, TATA McGraw Hill, ISBN 0-07-463734-7
Streeter, T.W.J.A: 2005. Polycontrast Interference Photography – One year diploma course, including anatomy and physiology of the Human Biofield. The Centre for Biofield Sciences.
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