Medical Electro Interstitial Scanner (EIS)
The Electro Interstitial Scanner (EIS) is a modern medical health scanning system used by medical and health professionals to scan the body. The EIS displays many different physiological values that provide the practitioner with immediate information about your health.
These values include hormone levels, biochemical levels, mineral levels, Ph balance and many more.
Using the EIS, we can get results in about two minutes. As a result, immediate action can be taken. It is easy and inexpensive to monitor how your treatment is working by comparing two visits and getting a visual image of the comparison.
How is the scan done?
The scanning is non-invasive and painless. It involves placing your hands and feet on two stainless steel plates and two electrodes placed on your forehead. (See picture below)
Who should have a scan done?
Anyone between the ages of 5 and 80 years old can have a scan done. You can be healthy and just want a scan done out of interest or if you have a medical complaint it can be of use while monitoring your progress on your treatment.
The EIS measures the interstitial fluid. Interstitial Fluid is the liquid found between the cells of the body that provides much of the liquid environment of the body and constitutes about 16% of the body fliud.
The EIS System displays the following interstitial parameters:
- Hormones such as Thyroid. (Are you tired/overweight because of low thyroid levels?)
- Insulin: Are you overweight because of Insulin resistance? (High glucose levels and high insulin levels?)
- Acidity and alkalinity of body fluid, (High acidity can cause aches and pains).
- Levels of electrolytes: magnesium, calcium, potassium. (Low magnesium or potassium can cause cramps).
- Accurate body composition detailing: Fat mass, Lean mass, Muscle mass, interstitial water, Intra - cellular water, (are you retaining fluids or do you look thin but have a high fat mass?)
- Serotonin and Dopamine levels (implicated in depression, anxiety and ADD/ADHD conditions).
- Levels of adrenalin and cortisol. (Can show whether adrenals are depleted, causing fatigue.)
- Condition of your Lymph Nodes. (Lymph nodes are a part of the lymphatic system, a component of the body's immune system. Inflamed lymph nodes may signal an infection.)
With information like this available, the practitioner will have an accurate evaluation of your health. A treatment plan can now be instituted and monitored for results.