Meet John Kortum
In 1971 John Kortum discovered the human body’s perceptible way of communicating health imbalances and disease patterns. He didn’t look into the body like an MRI or X-ray and he didn’t see chakras or auras. Instead he recognized textures when he looked at people that related to each of the body’s organs and systems.
John entered university to understand the body’s acumen but instead found a system of education unwilling to examine our specie’s own biological intelligence. He departed academic study to cultivate his own awareness of human health. Without medical training, research grants or laboratory technologies, he travelled the globe correlating the body’s information across populations which led to a coherent medical vocabulary.
In 2001 John introduced our biological consciousness to the U.S. healthcare system. During sixteen months in private clinical practice, John evaluated patients who could not communicate their aches, pains, complaints, symptoms, lifestyles, or health histories. He demonstrated 93% accuracy for correctly identifying health imbalances by simply looking at people.
In his book The Kortum Technique: How to Access the Human Body’s Natural Blueprint for Health and Healing John describes the process of evaluation. The Kortum Technique is a term adopted by licensed medical practitioners that observed John’s clinical performance.
Overtime, his medical perception evolved into the ability to dialogue with our human anatomy—a form of medical telepathy. These corporeal conversations revealed never-heard-before information that supports people’s return to health.
John has evaluated the health of Fortune 500 executives, schoolteachers, celebrities, plumbers, surgeons, bus drivers, strategic U.S. military officers, librarians, spiritual teachers, and soccer moms. He meets with clients around the world to empower their awareness of health and works with physicians to improve their diagnostic accuracy in private medical practice.
John has conducted live demonstrations of his medical perception on the news and television programs.