Denver, CO, September 29, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Annelle Norman, BSc(Hons) LCH, of Vital Energy Clinic, a local alternative healthcare provider, has improved healthcare services through the use of the latest biotechnology from ZYTO Corp.
Norman is a licensed, classical homeopath and bioenergetics practitioner who graduated with honors with a degree in Complementary Medicine from the University of Westminster, London UK in 1999.
ZYTO Corp. (Pink Sheets: ZYTC) provides the technology that is used by a rapidly growing number of healthcare practitioners who say it enables them to make better clinical decisions, and helps them to serve more people in a shorter period of time.
“The use of ZYTO technology has made it easier for me to assist more people in my practice, and more accurately determine how to help them on the road to better health,” explained Norman, who is offering free demonstrations of the technology to the media.
Norman’s office is located at 26th and Stuart Street in Northwest Denver. Appointments can be made by calling 720-854-1445.
ZYTO Corp. has seen rapid growth over the past year as more and more healthcare practitioners discover this new patent pending technology.
“Our body is talking to us. For example, our stomach tells us that it is hungry, or pain from our finger tells us when we have a cut. Our body parts are constantly sending and receiving signals that we can use to learn to take better care of our own health. ZYTO technology enables computers to receive those signals so healthcare practitioners can make more informed choices,” explained Dr. Vaughn R. Cook, OMD, president and founder of ZYTO Corp.
ZYTO Corp. has a web site at http://www.ZYTO.com
About ZYTO Corp.
ZYTO Corp. was founded by Dr. Vaughn Cook, OMD. The company provides computerized bio-technology equipment and software with clinical applications that include obtaining information from the human body to assist healthcare practitioners to make better decisions.
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