- Created by: Holly Wakefield
- Created on: 10-09-18 14:57
After deciding on the location, equipment is important to look at. Look towards buying general equipment as well as specific iridology tools, such as;
- Microscopes, cameras, and lights need to be available; do not compromise the quality of your service so make sure to buy the latest technological advancements in iridology; alternatively, you can lease depending on budget.
- Iridoscope- great accuracy reading, the latest model is Jensen 110 with other options and varying versions on the market.
- Magnifying glass- optic magnifying glass is the best on the market.
- Iridology charts- and other charts to explain to the patient in the consultation, e.g. nutrition charts, respiratory and circulatory system charts, digestive system chart, mineral deficiency charts etc.
- Lights- illuminates the iris and sclera so you need good office lighting as well as flashlights, lamps, and tools for the accuracy of the reading.
Some general office equipment may be:
- Computers, phones, fax machines, printers, scanners and stationary such as pens, notepads, and paper etc.
- To maximize space and minimize costs, look to buy machines with multiple functions e.g. a printer…