3D-Bio Scan for Cancer Diagnostics
What Does the 3-D Bio Scan Evaluate?
The 3-D Body Scan is one of the most powerful risk-assessment tools currently available. It is designed to give the patient a detailed evaluation of body functions. It has four FDA-approved technologies in one: Pulse Oximetry, Body Composition, Heart Rate Variability (HRV), and Galvanic Skin Response Devices; all in one specifically designed software.
HRV Is one of the major aspects that our 3-D Body Scan calculates regarding your overall health. It measures the time variation between each heartbeat which is controlled by your automatic nervous system. Lack of sleep and exercise, high stress levels, poor nutrition, dysfunctional relationships, and other negative contributors can affect your HRV.
In addition, the 3D Body Scan can measure the altered body composition that is the causal factor for most chronic diseases. It looks at every major organ and system. These include the digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, and nervous systems. It also shows brain function, hormones, insulin levels, along with vitamin, mineral, and enzyme deficiencies.
Benefits of a 3-D Body Scan
This comprehensive test can pick up problems early, while you can still make changes. It also serves as a powerful adjunct to traditional lab tests while being able to measure areas that traditional lab tests cannot measure.
The 3-D Body Scan incorporates multiple medical devices whose output is analyzed through our incredibly powerful software to give you a comprehensive health analysis in minutes. This medical device also offers Biofeedback treatment.
What is best about the 3-D Body Scan is the ability to pick up problems early, while you can still make changes. It serves as a powerful adjunct to traditional lab tests while being able to measure areas that traditional lab tests cannot measure.
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