Live blood microscopy Live Blood Analysis Microscopy Screening

Live blood microscopy also known as Dark field live blood microscopy (DFLBM) is the study of the components of the blood. Blood is the ideal medium to analyse your overall health status.

It is not diagnostic, but, rather a screening tool which enables the qualified practitioner to question the patient about their current health situation in order to ascertain underlying factors that may be contributing to the patient’s body being out of homoeostasis or balance, which in turn can contribute to the interference of the body’s natural healing ability, leading to poor health.

This allows the practitioner to design highly individualised treatment protocols incorporating changes in diet and nutrition as well as the application of specific and appropriate supplements, herbal remedies as well as other natural therapies, aimed at helping the patient improve their health status and to maintain good health and vitality.

A tiny drop of blood is collected onto a microscope slide via a finger prick and examined. Elements of the blood examined are:

  • The levels, size, shape and mobility of red blood cells (RBC’s).
  • The amount, size, shape and activity levels of white blood cells (WBC’s).
  • The number of chylomicron’s- fat digestion
  • The size and amount as well as the adhesive properties of platelets.
  • Oxidative stress
  • Other elements observed are fatty deposits, uric crystals

Observations are compared to what is considered normal with variations being discussed with the client as to the possible health problems and risks associated with those variations.

Dark Field Microscopy

Your blood is visible on a computer screen enabling you to visually see improvements in your blood and therefore your overall health. Imagine how inspired you will feel after you can see the results of your comprehensive treatment plan.

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Disclaimer: Live Blood Microscopy is used purely as a screening tool. Blood microscopy is not a diagnostic tool because variations can indicate a number of possibilities in relation to health, but used in conjunction with additional tests and thorough case taking, your highly qualified practitioner will be able to establish the root cause of imbalance or disease. In the long term this can save a lot of time and money, as well as speed up the healing process. It is important to note that other pathology testing and examination by a physician is required for diagnosis.