14 South Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601
(864) 233-4811
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Q: Where are you located and where can we park?
A: We are located in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. Please check Our Location for directions and a link to a printable map. Convenient parking garages are at the corner of Richardson Street & West North Street as well as at the corner of Spring Street and East Washington.

Q: What is Iridology?
A: Literally translated, Iridology means the study of the coloration of the eye. Through a magnifying glass, a Iridologist can interpret patterns on the eye to determine the body’s inherent weaknesses and levels of health. For more information please refer to the Iridology link under our services section.

Q: What are the most common reasons a person sees an Iridologist?
A: The most common reasons are stress, the lack of energy, and inflammatory conditions. We often see people with conditions that have not been cured through contemporary medical avenues.

Q: What can I expect from my first session with an Iridologist?
A: The first session will last approximately one hour in which you will discuss your health issues and goals with the certified Iridologist. She will spend some time looking into the iris of your eye using a small magnifying glass. Depending on your goals, and the strengths/weaknesses of your body supplements may be recommended and a nutritional plan will be established.

Q: How many times and how often do people meet with an Iridologist?
A: This completely depends on the individual. Most people see one of our Iridologists every six weeks to monitor the progress, reassess the iris, and update your health and nutritional goals. Each six week cycle the Iridologist will work with the person’s greatest weakness.

Q: How much does a session with our Iridologist cost?
A: The first one hour session for a new patient is $95. Each follow-up session is $45.

Q: What are some examples of symptoms that can be seen through an Iridology session?
A: Inherent weakness or strength of organs, glands, and tissues; Constitutional strength or weakness; Inflammation and its location; Acidity; Adrenal exhaustion

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