Appointments with Judy Vedder

Appointments are noon to 7 pm, Monday to Friday, and typically take about an hour.  Please contact us to schedule yours.  Just bring your eyes (contact lenses won't interfere) and your health history, including a list of pharmaceuticals or vitamins & herbs.  We'll look at your irides with a stereo microscope, chart the findings, and photograph your eyes.  You will have ample opportunity to compare our assessment with what you are experiencing, and you'll leave with a regimen that carefully targets problem areas.  Vital phone followup (included at no charge) allows attuning as your body responds with feedback, so you will be comfortable at each phase of your won't be left guessing what to do next.


Iridology depiction of Left Eye topography

Pictured at left is an example of Bernard Jensen's map of the iris which NYCI uses to 'chart' specific areas and apparent conditions from the iris.

Every part of the body has a specific "location" in a particular quadrant of the iris, whether it is a specific organ, or a system, like circulation. These ocular biomarkers are what a trained iridologist looks for in your eye.

Iridology Charting indicates problematic areas including circulatory, gastro-intestinal, glandular, skeletal, neurological, muscular and uro-genital systems.

As a regimen is worked through, there will be corresponding changes in the appearance of the iris, indicating a return to homeostasis (balance) in the affected organ or region.  Your irides will be photographed to track these changes.

As part of your appointment, your irides will be examined, accurately mapped, and a copy furnished to you.