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  • WTF? Why the Face: A Practical Guide to Understanding Health and Personality through Facial Diagnosis teaches you how to decipher face shapes and facial markings so you can more effectively understand, diagnose, treat and communicate with patients. Not a medical professional? That's okay! This book is for you, too. Use face reading techniques to build stronger connections with coworkers, friends, family members, customers, students, athletes and others with whom you interact daily. You might even learn a few things about yourself. This book is based on decades of research and clinical experience, as well as hundreds of years of traditional Chinese medicine and Western healing philosophies. Coauthors Dr. Todd Frisch and Abbie Frisch Belliston share their passion for facial diagnosis in an easy-to-read, easy-to-use, full color book that's equal parts medical textbook, clinical case studies and practical advice.
  • This Laminated Face Map shows where each major organ system shows up on the face. Hold it up next to the face of your patients to discover where they have imbalances and develop effective, targeted treatment protocols. Keep one in every exam room! Also works as a lovely, educational piece of art for your home or office. One-sided, 8.5" x 11"
  • Take your wellness practice to the next level with the book and laminated Face Map bundle!  
  • Discover who you really are, so you can live a healthier, more authentic life. Your face shape teaches you about your communication style, symptom tendencies and personality characteristics. Your facial features teach you about your health strengths and weaknesses, genetic tendencies and goes even deeper into your personality.
    With your Basic Diagnosis, you will receive a written report of your facial diagnosis with your face shape and what it means, plus an explanation of each feature and how they represent your health and personality. For the most accurate diagnosis, here’s what we need: Three photos of your face (from the neck up) - one from the front, your right profile and your left profile.
    • Neutral expression - Face shapes are easiest to determine when you're not smiling.
    • Minimal to no makeup - Makeup is designed to cover blemishes and marking, all of which are wonderfully diagnostic.
    • Hair pulled back away from ears and forehead - These two features are significant.
    • Short facial hair, if possible - Long facial hair can make it difficult to assess face shape, chin and jaw.
    • No digital manipulation or filters - We want to see everything, “flaws” and all! (In facial diagnosis, there are no flaws.)
    • Good lighting and camera resolution - The more detail, the better.
    • Have another person take the picture (no selfies), if possible - Selfies can distort certain facial features.
  • Discover who you really are, so you can live a healthier, more authentic life. Your face shape teaches you about your communication style, symptom tendencies and personality characteristics. Your facial features teach you about your health strengths and weaknesses, genetic tendencies and goes even deeper into your personality. With your Advanced Diagnosis, you will receive a written report of your facial diagnosis plus a 30-minute phone consultation with Dr. Todd Frisch. He will go over your facial diagnosis in greater depth and give you recommendations for achieving optimal health.
    For the most accurate diagnosis, here’s what we need: Three photos of your face (from the neck up) - one from the front, your right profile and your left profile.
    • Neutral expression - Face shapes are easiest to determine when you're not smiling.
    • Minimal to no makeup - Makeup is designed to cover blemishes and marking, all of which are wonderfully diagnostic.
    • Hair pulled back away from ears and forehead - These two features are significant.
    • Short facial hair, if possible - Long facial hair can make it difficult to assess face shape, chin and jaw.
    • No digital manipulation or filters - We want to see everything, “flaws” and all! (In facial diagnosis, there are no flaws.)
    • Good lighting and camera resolution - The more detail, the better.
    • Have another person take the picture (no selfies), if possible - Selfies can distort certain facial features.
  • Discover who you really are, so you can live a healthier, more authentic life. Your face shape teaches you about your communication style, symptom tendencies and personality characteristics. Your facial features teach you about your health strengths and weaknesses, genetic tendencies and goes even deeper into your personality.
    With your Pro Diagnosis, you will receive a written report of your facial diagnosis plus a 1-hour phone consultation with Dr. Todd. He will go over your facial diagnosis in greater depth, give you recommendations for achieving optimal health, and teach you how you can use facial diagnosis in your wellness practice. For the most accurate diagnosis, here’s what we need: Three photos of your face (from the neck up) - one from the front, your right profile and your left profile.
    • Neutral expression - Face shapes are easiest to determine when you're not smiling.
    • Minimal to no makeup - Makeup is designed to cover blemishes and marking, all of which are wonderfully diagnostic.
    • Hair pulled back away from ears and forehead - These two features are significant.
    • Short facial hair, if possible - Long facial hair can make it difficult to assess face shape, chin and jaw.
    • No digital manipulation or filters - We want to see everything, “flaws” and all! (In facial diagnosis, there are no flaws.)
    • Good lighting and camera resolution - The more detail, the better.
    • Have another person take the picture (no selfies), if possible - Selfies can distort certain facial features.

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