The Importance Of This Technology
Every cell in your body is networked together, sending and receiving information to coordinate the millions of functions your body processes every day. As your body adjusts to changing conditions to stay healthy, it uses these communication pathways to direct available resources to maintain balance. Your body is so effective that most of the time you never know these adjustments are happening.
Even though blood tests are typically effective in discovering the presence of established disease, they tend to fail miserably when utilized to assess an individual’s underlying weaknesses that created that disease. Biocommunication Technology allows us to take a broad look at the underlying issues at play with a patient’s health and help determine how and in what order these issues should be addressed, even suggesting specific dosages and durations for particular treatments. This technology has aided our practitioners to solve complex health issues in patients who, up until that point, had little success.
During a Biocommunication scan, the hand cradle measures your body’s galvanic skin response (GSR), a well-developed and researched method of monitoring stress responses that is commonly used in applications like polygraph tests and biofeedback. At our clinic, we use the only FDA-cleared GSR device on the market. The data gathered by the hand cradle is evaluated by the software, in the context of various digital signatures, which can include emotional stress, energetic imbalances, heavy metals, solvent toxicity, allergies, infections, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances, dental pathology, and external aggressors like electromagnetic and geopathic stress. You can think of scans as questionnaires to which your body’s GSR data provides the answers. In short, it is a technology that enables a digital conversation with the body.
At the completion of a scan, the software’s analysis is documented in the form of a report. Information gathered in this way can help you make better decisions for your health. We then combine this data with your medical history and pertinent laboratory testing in order to create a comprehensive picture of your overall health. From there, we are better able to suggest the most individualized treatment options.