EIS is a scanning system which is highly effective in analysing the state of your physiology. It takes only minutes to provide a colour-coded 3D image of your organs and spine to help us recommend the best and most appropriate treatment.
How does it work?
EIS stands for Electro Interstitial Scanner and it measures your cell activity by passing a direct low-voltage electrical current through the (interstitial) fluid that surrounds the cells. The system is connected to computer software which then interprets the information and presents the results visually as graphs and models.
It means that – at a glance – we can see if any organs are not functioning as well as they might be, and gain other details concerning your nutrition, hydration and so on. It’s like insider information direct from your body’s own data store which helps us treat conditions before they develop or deteriorate.
What does the treatment involve?
For you, the patient, you’ll find the EIS process is very straightforward, pain-free and takes little more than three minutes to complete. We simply attach six electrodes to your hands, feet and forehead before running the system as you sit comfortably.
The method is completely non-invasive and proven safe over years of use. Once the system has done its work, we’ll be able to show you a global view of your body’s organs on screen and highlight any areas that are in need of further consideration. Think of it as a unique way of getting a snapshot of how well your organs are performing.
Is EIS for me?
Most people wait until they experience pain or discomfort before visiting a health professional. The beauty of the EIS system is that it is able to pinpoint certain latent problems before they develop into something more serious. If you would like to have an EIS scan please contact the clinic. It is also a process we may use in diagnosing patients who come to us with a specific complaint.
What is it good for?
- Analysing metabolism
- Hormone levels
- Optimising diet
- Weight control
- Hydration levels
- Lymph System
Please note: Anyone with pacemakers or electronic implants cannot use this system.