Embracing AI in Wellness: Root Cause Analysis 

AO Scan Root Cause


In the ever-evolving healthcare landscape, wellness practitioners and doctors continually seek innovative ways to diagnose and treat diseases. Traditional methods, while effective, often have limitations in unraveling the complex web of factors contributing to illness. This is where Artificial Intelligence (AI) steps in, offering a transformative approach to healthcare.

The Limitation of Traditional Methods:

As dedicated healthcare professionals, you’re often constrained by the scope of your training and readily available information. Despite its brilliance, the human mind can only assimilate and recall a finite amount of information. This limitation becomes apparent when diagnosing diseases with multifaceted root causes, where the interplay of genetics, environment, lifestyle, and psychological factors must be considered.

AI as a Complementary Tool:

AI, with its vast data-processing capabilities, can complement your expertise. Tools like ChatGPT can analyze large datasets, identify patterns, and provide insights that might elude even the most experienced practitioners. This doesn’t diminish your role but rather enhances it, allowing you to make more informed decisions based on a broader spectrum of information.

Case Studies and Examples:

Consider the case of a patient with chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition notoriously tricky to pin down. AI can sift through thousands of research papers, patient records, and clinical trials, offering insights into potential underlying causes, be it a rare genetic disposition, environmental factors, or a combination of both.

Ethical and Practical Considerations:

While AI is a powerful tool, it’s imperative to approach it ethically. Patient confidentiality, data security, and informed consent are paramount. Additionally, AI is not infallible. It’s a tool to aid, not replace, your clinical judgment. The goal is to use AI to provide you with a broader understanding upon which you can apply your expertise and empathy.


Incorporating AI into your practice isn’t about replacing the human touch but enhancing your ability to understand and treat the complex web of factors contributing to disease. As wellness practitioners and doctors, your role is more crucial than ever. AI can help you become more effective healers, with a wealth of information at your fingertips, ensuring every patient receives the most informed, compassionate care possible.

We Can Exist Happily Together:

I am concerned that AI is starting to impact doctors’ and wellness practitioners’ sense of worth. The thought of this is bittersweet for many. They love that people are getting well, but it sometimes makes them lose a paying client.

Take, for example, the AO Scan Technology. This is a frequency technology that doctors and everyday wellness enthusiasts can use. It’s simple and installs on any smartphone or tablet. This technology harnesses quantum physics, bioresonance, and data crunching (AI) that would otherwise be impossible for individuals or doctors to calculate and measure.

Rest assured, we will move forward in harmony if we all take note. There are several ways in which the advancement of AI can be navigated to ensure a win-win situation for both technology and humanity:

  1. Complementary Roles: Emphasize the idea that AI and humans have complementary strengths. AI excels at processing large volumes of data, pattern recognition, and performing repetitive tasks. In contrast, humans excel in areas requiring creativity, empathy, critical thinking, and complex problem-solving. By leveraging AI for tasks it’s suited for, humans can focus on higher-level tasks that AI cannot perform.
  2. Education and Reskilling: Invest in education systems and reskilling programs to prepare the workforce for an AI-augmented future. This includes technical skills to work alongside AI and soft skills like critical thinking, creativity, and emotional intelligence, which are uniquely human and irreplaceable by AI.
  3. Ethical AI Development: Encourage the ethical development of AI that respects human dignity and values. Th s includes creating AI that is fair, transparent, and accountable and that does not perpetuate biases or discrimination.
  4. AI for Social Good: Direct AI development towards solving pressing social and environmental issues. These can range from healthcare (e.g., early disease detection) to environmental protection (e.g., analyzing climate change data) to education (e.g., personalized learning), demonstrating the positive impact AI can have.
  5. Promoting Human-Centric AI: Design AI systems that enhance human capabilities and work intuitively with people. This involves user-friendly interfaces and systems that respect human autonomy and decision-making.
  6. Inclusive Policy Making: Involve a diverse range of stakeholders in the policymaking process for AI governance. This includes not just technologists but also representatives from various social, economic, and cultural backgrounds to ensure that the benefits of AI are distributed equitably.
  7. Mental Health Awareness: Recognize and address the psychological impacts of technological change. This includes providing support for those who might feel overwhelmed or displaced by AI and ensuring that mental health considerations are part of the conversation around technological advancement.

By approaching AI with a focus on collaboration, ethical development, and social good, it’s possible to create a future where technology enhances human capabilities and contributes positively to society rather than making people feel redundant or worthless.

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Hello Wellness Wonder,

I am Paige Maurer Wheeler, a Solex AO SCAN Global Team Leader and an Independent Quantum Living Advocate, and I am not Solex LLC

I teach and train all things Solex AO Scan Technology.  I hope you consider joining my global team of doctors, health practitioners, and wellness enthusiasts. Join with me today, and I will have you scanning successfully tomorrow!

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