E.I.S. | Electro Interstitial Scan

What is an E.I.S – Electro Interstitial Scan?

An Electro Interstitial Scan is a non-invasive, scientifically validated diagnostic medical device used for pre-screening during treatment planning, and to measure/monitor the effectiveness of a patients progress during treatment. This type of technology is similar to BIA used in burn patents, and heart patients since the 1960’s (Life and Death monitor).

Measuring all electrolyte (enzyme) activity in the body.  This is all body functions, both present and not present.  It screens and calibrates all organ functions and offers a quicker, more sensitive results than traditional blood tests.

Monitoring rate of progress

  • training/exercise program
  • medication program
  • dietary program
  • physical therapy program
  • injury – rehab program

Offering feedback and information for the patient and practitioner to better understand why

EIS scan results offer a person the information to help themselves more thoroughly, daily, and in a balanced way.

$120 per session* |  Price includes scan, report and follow-up assessment with Dr. Hill

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The Balance of Life or Health

The Balance of Life or Health is based on the principle of homeostasis, which is a dynamic flux and flow of elements in balanced ratio’s, in the human body. The EIS measures and determines body tissue and cell chemistry and physiology by bioimpedance, the electrical properties of these elements.

Bioimpedance is the response of a living organism to an externally applied electric current. It is a measure of the opposition to the flow of that electric current through the tissues” –Wikipedia

Bioimpedance technology has been used medically since the 1950’s for burn patients, who needed quick accurate information to know what and how much electrolytes would be needed to be infused into patients by IV – intravenous drip.  This was life or death procedure to prevent a patient from going into shock from electrolyte loss (due to skin loss from burns). Bioimpedance technology continued to be useful in medicine in the 1960s and 1970s with heart transplant surgery.  It was absolutely necessary for surgeons to know not just the health status of the heart going into the patient, but also the condition of all the other organs in the patient.  It is no use putting a new heart into a patient when their kidneys are failing.  Bioimpedance technology gave medicine quick accurate information, like high fidelity sound in the music industry in that era. Continue Reading….