Dr. Shawn R. Jones, B.a., P.t., D.C.


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Welcome to Nutrition Response Testing!

  • Most of our New Patients have been referred to us by other satisfied patients.
  • Did you hear about us from someone who was very happy with results?
  • However you heard about us, you probably want to know what "Nutrition Response Testing" is - and what we do.

What is Nutrition Response Testing?

Nutrition Response Testing is very precise and scientific. However, if we were to analyse you using nutrition response testing before it was explained to you, you might find it strange or simply not believable - only because it is probably very different from anything you may have ever experienced before.

By using muscle response testing, a trained practitioner can test your body for exactly what deficiencies exist and what product(s) is best to handle the deficiencies so that your body finally has what it needs to heal itself. Another added advantage of Clinical Nutrition Center is using resonance testing vials, the Nutrition Response Testing(TM) master can also test for exact chemicals, toxins and heavy metals that may be accumulating in your body, as well as specific food allergies and infectious challenges your body may be dealing with. For about 10% of patients, Food allergies and enviromental sensitivities are a major issue and can be handled by using AACT (Advanced Allergy Clearing Technique) technology to desensitize your allergic reactions to foods.

We never diagnose or treat infections or diseases. We simply find what your body is missing and supply it so your body can improve your health naturally and effectively. We never take anyone off a medication as that is not within our scope of practice. In fact, by improving your food choices gradually and taking the exact nutrition your body tests for, your medications will often work better and often your physician is able to decrease your doses. Eventually your primary care physician may even be able to ween you off a medication slowly as your health improves.