Science confirmed ages ago that we are actually made up of electricity. Your body has hundreds of different “Electro-biomarkers”- specific, measurable subclinical indications of wellness. Some examples of Electro-biomarkers that are more familiar include body are blood pressure, blood sugar, Electrocardiogram (ECG), Bio-Impedance, Heart Rate Variability (HRV), body fat mass level and body temperature.
Some primitive examples of this technology are the wearable health devices like Fitbit, Apple, Samsung, and GE, as well as many other companies who are developing more advanced wearable medical technologies. The benefits of tracking health and wellness cannot be understated, and monitoring at the level we provide is probably one of the wisest things a person can do…
The measurements our advanced equipment reveals gives valuable health and wellness information specifically for you. With these tools, you may get the understanding of the root causes of your conditions and also assess disease probability. True healing starts with balancing what is imbalanced! We don’t want to work on symptoms only…
Knowing what is going inside the body has always been a challenge for healthcare professionals. The Health Monitoring Center is pleased to offer this one-of-a-kind service here in the Lower Mainland. We can identify and observe the degree of possible health challenges. So that you may efficiently balance chronic health imbalances, conditions and then, maintain optimum wellness.
Since our philosophy is to do what works, we also incorporate ancient healing methodologies along with modern tech as well.
The 5 Scanners we use for assessing your bio-markers are Body Electric Scan (BES), Interstitial Fluid Scan (IFS), Biofeedback Scan (BFS), Bioresonance Scan (BRS), and Max Pulse Scan (MPS). More information is found below…
BES combines a pulse oximeter. A pulse oximeter is a medical device intended for the non-invasive measurement of arterial blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate. Also, BES utilizes ECG and bio-impedance scan. We use this scan to see if you have cardiovascular, brain, arterial, nerve, and oxygen uptake in the cells and other significant probability of diseases.
The Electro-biomarkers from this scan show us the degree of probability of the development of serious diseases such as diabetes, heart conditions, and strokes. BES enables you to make effective wellness program with your specific risk probability for better prevention. Maintaining wellness is easier than maintaining diseases.
The Body Electric Scan (BES) is a must scan for anyone who wants to be proactive for stroke and heart attack prevention.
The IFS scans Interstitial Fluid (salty water that surrounds cells). Interstitial Fluid has information that is not provided by blood tests. You may discover more specifically what is going on in your body in cellular level.
The IFS assesses the electric responses of each vital organ functions including digestive organs, brain, neurotransmitters (brain chemicals), spine, and nerves system.
It is especially useful for brain chemistry imbalances, mood imbalances or any other brain concerns (these can be measured as a scoring system). It is valuable to have a current profile of your brain and nerves because these organs determine how you feel and function every day at work and home.
The BRS observes wellness at a molecular level. With this scan, we can observe the molecules and atoms of your cell activity. Cells resonate with each other and interact. If you are tired of dealing with symptoms and not causes, Bioresonance scanning is the right tool to try. It was developed to find causative factors that are associated with many wellness abnormalities.
It is like having a microscopic, cellular, “photo” of your body. We can dig deeper into wellness issues, in order to draw clear, informative conclusions. We highly recommend creating a Bioresonance Profile so that you can monitor your improvement over time.
The Max Pulse Scan is FDA Class II medical screening device. This scanner provides measurements using Photoelectric Plethysmography, Accelerated Plethysmography, and other technologies to access overall cardiovascular and autonomic nervous system wellness.
Accelerated Plethysmography (APG): Using a finger clip, the blood’s pulse wave is followed by the time it leaves the heart and travels through the blood vessels down to the finger. The pulse wave is a snapshot into the cardiovascular system and evaluates arterial elasticity (arterial stiffness), which is related to atherosclerosis. Arterial stiffness is a major cardiovascular risk factor.