Personal consultations are now available online. On-line consultation are very similar to the face-to-face consultations. Some benefits of on-line consultations are:
• eliminates the need for travel and the expenses associated with travel
• allows a patient to enjoy the process from the comfort of their home, reducing stress, especially for those who live in remote areas
• facilitates the continuity of treatment if the patient has moved to another country
• eliminates ‘office consultation anxiety’ to which some patients are prone
- Open my web site (simply google “Dr.Topalo” and it will be the first link).
- Click on the “On-line consultation” page. Carefully read the instructions.
- Send me pictures of both your irises via e-mail. You can find instructions on how to take the pictures on the “Online consultation” webpage.
- The page also contains two forms. Please fill out the form and submit them on-line.
- In your email, attach any supporting documentation which you think could be helpful.
- The $120.00 fee includes on-line consultation, iridology analysis, case and health history analysis, phone consultation and report preparation. The easiest way to process the payment is through Pay Pal. Simply press “Make payment” button on the same “Online consultation” page of my website and follow the credit card payment instructions.
- Within 2-3 days you will receive an email with your report with specific recommendations.
- After receiving your report, phone consultation will be scheduled to further
discuss in depth your condition and find treatment recommendations (consultation is covered by fee).
- Some additional information may be collected from your by email or by phone if need arises.
To request an Online Consultation please contact us via the Contact section of this website, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) , by phone 604-951-4896 or by Skype (dr.topalo) to discuss your personal situation first.
HOW TO TAKE IRIS PHOTOS:
Set your camera to MACRO and try to use natural, daytime indoor light with a flash. When taking photos of the iris, make sure that the entire iris is visible and there is no glare present from lights or camera flash, glare in the pupil (the black dot in the center of the iris) will be fine. Please, take a photo of each eye separately.
When taking your photos, check to see that the entire color portion of the eye is visible, especially the top and bottom. If you tend to have “droopy” or heavy eyelids, just gently pull the skin away from the eye using your thumb and forefinger.
IRIDOLOGY PICTURES EXAMPLES
To pay for the consultation simply click on the button below to purchase your Online Consultation. You will be then taken to our secure payments page with PayPal.
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