Combining the intuitive art of Ayurveda with new quantum technologies

Modalities Practiced


Quantum Medicine

Quantum Medicine is based of the principles of Quantum Physics, Einstein’s theories. This theory states that all elementary particles interact with each other by exchanging energy. Since the beginning of mankind, all cultures and schools of Medicine have considered energy as the most important part of treatment. These include Ayurveda, Egyptian, Hermetic, Chinese and Spagyric/Paracelsian. 

We are vibrational first, emotional second, and our physical body is just a reflection of what is happening there.  We all know that stress is the underlying cause of all disease. So, what do you perceive as stress? What do you over connect to? If our body, mind, and spirit is under constant stress because of exogenous or endogenous factors, some we have control over like our foods and personal space, but some we do not, such as the 5000 chemicals in the food supply, water, and environment. The goal of Quantum Medicine is to aid one in eliminating the stressors so that the body’s innate intelligence can rectify any imbalance one has. 

The modalities used in the process are many. The overall assessment of the blood through B.A.H. is the most important and directs the physician/clinician to what is necessary for each individual. Bioresonance Analysis of Health (B.A.H.), is based on looking at the blood. The test prioritizes where to start in one’s health journey, as the results establish the first three priorities of treatment based on five potentials: Energy, Emotional, Pathology of Matter (physical), Spiritual, and Miasmatic (genetic predisposition). Protocols can range from many different options such as Sound wave therapy, Alchemy, Homeopathy, Botanicals, Nutritionals, Isopathic, IV therapy, Physical Therapy and Emotional Therapies. 

Through the process of Quantum Healing, a person is able to clear the "static" that prevents the natural process of innate intelligence; i.e., the body’s ability to heal itself. Dr. Linda encourages every patient to support their body, mind and spirit and to master the art of being in tune with nature. The Quantum Healing process gets the patient to a place of clarity which allows them to choose what serves them the most. By synchronizing all of the body systems, we can eradicate unnecessary suffering.

Biological Medicine

The foundations of Isopathic (Biological) Medicine lie in the research of Dr. Gunther Enderlein (1872-1968), who studied the behavior of viruses and bacteria, and published his findings in 1925 in his work "Bacteria Cyclogeny" in Berlin. Dr. Enderlein discovered that microorganisms occur in diverse developmental stages and can undergo variation in form without losing their specific functions. When their environment is changed (temperature, nutrients availability, acid/alkaline balance, stress) microorganisms change from their non-pathogenic, tiny non-mobile, virus-like stage into pathogenic stages of viruses, bacteria, and fungi. 

Dr. Enderlein used this discovery to develop homeopathic-like remedies to treat stages of disease. They are known as Pleomorphic remedies. In using these homeopathic remedies, a disease process is gradually "unraveled" as the bacteria or fungus is lead back to its non-active, non-pathogenic stage. Largely free of side effects and toxins, this form of healing is one of the most comprehensive and integrative types of alternative medicine. Practiced in Europe, foremost in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria, Biological medicine embraces the science of Pleomorphism, Ayurveda, Anthroposophic, homeopathic and Chinese Medicine. Leading to physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. 

All of these modalities fit very nicely with the Ayurvedic Sciences and Philosophy which by some is defined as one of the oldest forms of Quantum Medicine.

Ayurvedic Medicine

Dr. Linda encourages that patients embody a more sustainable way of life throughout treatment. This is where Ayurvedic Medicine comes in. Ayurveda means “Science of Life”, a true Medical Intuitive art and one of the oldest medical systems in existence. The key concept in Ayurveda is that the mind and body are deeply connected, and the medical principles stem from this core belief. Ayurveda encourages us to understand our mind-body constitution to make the best choices for nutrition and lifestyle.

As a science of self-healing, Ayurveda encompasses diet and nutrition, lifestyle, exercise, rest, relaxation, meditation, breathing exercises, and medicinal herbs, along with seasonal cleansing and rejuvenation programs for healing mind, body and spirit.  Numerous adjunct therapies such as sound, color, homeopathy, polarity and aromatherapy are also employed. Ayurveda is the oldest healing system in existence, dating back more then 5000 years. In a profound sense, Ayurveda truly is the mother of all healing systems. Originally it had eight principle branches: pediatrics, gynecology/obstetrics, ophthalmology, geriatrics, otolaryngology, toxicology, general medicine and surgery.  From these have come the main branches of medicine as it is practiced today, as well as many modern healing modalities, including massage, plastic surgery, polarity therapy, acupressure and acupuncture (Marma therapy), psychiatry, kinesiology, color therapy, gemology, and Ayurveda's sister science, yoga. 

Within the traditional teachings of Ayurveda, issues that plague our modern society are not addressed. Some of these current disruptors include EMF pollution (cathodic, wifi, high tension wires), the 11,000 chemicals in our food, water supply and environment, the over prescribing of allopathic medications, and heavy metal burden. This is why other modern medicine practices that address these issues directly, such as Quantum Healing and Biological Medicine, are excellent complements to Ayurveda. 

About Dr. Linda


Linda J. Reynolds, Ph.D., D.Ay.

Dr. Linda Reynolds is an internationally known consultant, researcher, lecturer and clinician with over 30 years experience in the area of Complementary and Functional Medicine and over 25 years practicing Ayurvedic Health Care. More recently Quantum Medicine (BAH), Biomagnetism and ACMOS. 

Dr. Reynolds holds a Masters degree and a Doctor of Philosophy in Nutritional Science, is a graduate of the Open International University of Complimentary Medicine and The New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine and holds Diplomat status as an Ayurvedic Health Care Practitioner. Clinical Internship was served under Vaidya P.C. Yawatkar M.D. in Ahmednagar, India. Stow office has a full service Integrative Pancha Karma Clinic. Dr. Reynolds is a graduate of the American College of Integrative Medicine and Dentistry and an active practitioner of B.A.H. (Bioresonance Analysis of Health) and ACMOS (“Analysis of the Compatibility of Matter on the Organism and its Synergy”).

Dr. Reynolds holds certificates of Achievements from The International Society for Psychosomatic Energetics, Perspectives in Nutritional Therapies, New Essentials in Nutritional Medicine, Third and fourth Annual Symposium on Functional Medicine, and 2nd annual International Congress of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. She has served on the advisory board of the World Center for Public Health. Dr. Reynolds maintains affiliations with the American Naturopathic Association, Preventative Medical Association, and American Ayurvedic Association.


Helping every patient achieve their divine nature

Dr. Reynolds Practices in Stow, Massachusetts with other gifted Clinicians. Dr. Linda still maintains affiliated office on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Her practice is dedicated to providing an Integration of several Complimentary modalities, primarily Complex Homeopathy, Quantum Medicine and Ayurvedic Practices. Her Professionalism and ability to educate her patients is a prime reason that her clients come to her locally as well as from across the country. Also specializing in treatment of the chronically ill, and all those who wish to obtain their divine nature.  

Dr. Reynolds passion and future efforts are to work towards creating a more sustainable and ethical health care system using the integration of several complementary modalities and the ancient medical intuitive art of Ayurveda with a primary focus on corporate policy change to facilitate this process. This is the groundbreaking research that she is engaged with for her doctoral dissertation in Vedic Science. 


Work and Reasearch

Prior to focusing on her private practice, Dr. Reynolds worked for over 13 years as a National Educational Director, advisor and informational resource to Physicians and Health Care Providers across the country, helping them to understand the complexities of Phytopharmaceuticals and Nutritional Pharmacology and facilitating their ability to integrate these modalities into their practices. She has been affiliated with such companies as, Emerson Ecologics, Murdock Madaus Schwabe, Body Bio Corporation, Great Smokies Laboratory, Allergy Research Group, Doctors Data, Carbon Based, American Compounding Pharmacy, Innovative Medicine and more.

In 2002, while a senior lecturer and Director at East-West Institute of Alternative Medicine in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dr. Reynolds created the first yearlong “Integrative Ayurveda” postgraduate course for Health Care providers. This advanced course for Doctors covered such topics as Nutritional Biochemistry, Essential Fatty Acid metabolism, Biological Medicine, Regulation Thermography, Neural Therapy, and attracted world-renowned authorities such as Rudolph Balentine MD, Dr. Vasant Lad, Dan Beilin OMD, and Patricia Kane Ph.D. Dr. Reynolds was a senior lecturer and Professor of Integrative Ayurveda at the Green Mountain Institute for Eastern Studies in Vermont from 2002-2004.