The key to lifelong health lies in disease prevention and health maintenance, and the key to prevention is assessment. To provide you with a health plan that is tailored to your needs, we need to understand the true condition of your body, both internally and externally. We do this through the use of cutting-edge non-invasive diagnostic tests and examinations that give us an in-depth picture of your health, genetics, environment and lifestyle.
A simple test that involves the collection of your blood to assess your general state of health and organ function. On top of common analyses like complete blood count, cholesterol, glucose, enzyme, calcium, clotting and electrolyte tests, we also screen for a wide range of conditions – including kidney, liver, heart, adrenal, neuro muscular, endocrine and gastrointestinal disorders. Having regular or annual blood tests is recommended to measure how well your body is functioning, and to detect any abnormalities as early as possible.
The Live Blood Analysis is a simple, quick, and accurate procedure. With just a single drop of blood drawn painlessly from your finger, the test is able to provide a composite of over 25 aspects of your health. Dark field microscopy now allows us to observe multiple vitamin and mineral deficiencies, toxicity, tendencies toward allergic reaction, excess fat circulation, liver weakness, and conditions that favor arteriosclerosis.
The test indicates:
- Condition of red blood cells.
- Free radical damage to blood cells and any need for antioxidants.
- Acid/alkaline balance in the body.
- Tendency to develop atherosclerotic plaque and hyper-clotting disorders.
- Presence of bacteria, parasites, Candida/yeast/fungi (indirect measurement).
- Undigested proteins and fats.
- Evidence of hormonal imbalances.
- Folic acid, B12 and iron deficiencies.
- Uric acid crystals and risk for gout.
- Poor circulation and oxygenation levels.
Originating in Europe in the 1920’s and used by medical practitioners and natural therapists in Germany, France, Switzerland, Holland, and Scandinavia, blood morphology is an interesting indicator of health and free radical activity (oxidation stress).
Reading a dry layer of blood is like reading an ink blot. Under the microscope, the dried blood profile of a healthy person will be uniform in coagulation and tightly connected. In individuals with health problems and excessive free radical activity, the blood is often disconnected, forming puddles known as polymerized protein puddles.
Excessive levels of free radical activity are associated with degenerative diseases such as cancer, stroke, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, arthritis and cataracts.
This test indicates the presence of:
- Heavy metals
- Systemic toxicity
- Vitamin deficiencies
- Mineral deficiencies
(360 DEGREE HOLISTIC SCREENING)
“Once used by Russian Cosmonauts to ensure optimum health conditions before a space mission.”
BR stands for bio-resonance, which is also known as ‘bio-frequency resonance’ or ‘bio-electromagnetic resonance’. Manufactured in Germany and used by European and Russian physicians as an adjunct screening tool, this gentle and non-invasive device sends out a low-intensity electromagnetic signal to the biofield of the brain and nervous system via specially designed headphones.
Detection of subtle imbalances, or ‘stress potentials’, in your body by the BR software allows your practitioner to plan proactive measures that help prevent imminent negative effects on your health – or to help regain the health you may have lost.
WHY HAVE A BR SCAN AT ZELL-V?
- Highly experienced medical doctors
- Early detection and focus on the root cause of disease
- Scan and check your whole body from head to toe
- Confirm optimal organ functionality
- Be fully aware of your current health status
- Completely radiation free and non-invasive
- Energy level in optimum condition
The electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test that checks for problems with the electrical activity of your heart, displaying the flow of information as line tracings on paper. This test effectively assesses your heart rhythm and is used to diagnose poor blood flow to the heart muscle (ischemia) and other abnormalities – such as heart chamber enlargement and abnormal electrical conduction. It is one of the first tests to help determine if signs of a heart attack are present. Even if there is no heart attack, the ECG can help decide whether any chest pain is due to angina (reduced blood flow to the heart muscle) or atherosclerosis (fatty deposits on inner walls of arteries).