Live cell microscopy is an assessment tool where a drop of blood from an individual’s finger is placed on a microscope slide and is viewed under a darkfield microscope at a magnification of over 1000 times. The image is displayed on a TV monitor and is visible to both the practitioner and the client.
The blood acts similar to a river; transporting nutrients and oxygen and other essential agents to maintain health within the body. It is also a means for detoxification and transports wastes to the liver and kidneys for elimination. Blood is able to act as a forecaster of health and can indicate imbalances before actual symptoms of disease appear. As you undergo the protocol given to you by your practitioner, you will be able to clearly track your progress as you see positive changes in your live cell analysis.
Live blood cell microscopy can show:
- The condition of red blood cells
- Immune system function
- Liver, kidney, heart, lung, prostate, uterine and other organ stress
- Free radial damage to the blood cells and need for antioxidants
- The pH balance of the body
- Blood coagulation
- Parasites, fungal and bacterial forms
- Excess proteins and undigested fats
- Hormonal imbalances
- Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
- Low oxygen levels and poor circulation
- Indications of heavy metal toxicity
Our registered nurse, Chantelle, will take a sample of your blood and perform live cell microscopy in office. This service is open to patients and non-patients of the clinic.