What we in Spring Oasis provide?
The patient Biofeedback will determine the programs needed such as:
1) Regulation of Central Nervous System and Brain Harmony:
Help in Increased Heart Rate, High Blood Pressure, Headaches, Trembling Hands, Moodiness and Irritably.
Manage Stress/Anxiety, Relieving Tension
Regulate Sleep Pattern, Promote Natural Desire to Sleep
2) Organ System:
Heart & Cardiovascular System, Lungs & Bronchial System, Stomach & Intestinal Systems, Liver & Gallbladder System, Kidney & Bladder System, Lymph glands & Immune System.
3) Fracture & Osteoporosis:
Bone Degeneration, Spine and Joints, Chronic Degeneration of muscles and nerves.
4) Skin Problems:
Allergies, Care for acute and chronic wounds, pain relief, Scar Dysfunction.
5) Gastrointestinal Issues:
Aid in Acid Reflux and Promote Wellness in Intestine and Stomach, Promote Production and Maintenance of Flora in the Intestine that Facilitates Digestion, Deals with Infection in the Intestine, Flatulence/ Bloating, Constipation.
6) Lungs/ Breathing Difficulties:
Help in Breathing Basic Regulation, oxygen exchange, Pulmonary & Respiratory Issues, Pneumonia & Asthma.
7) Immune System Support:
Enhance Lymphatic System, Strengthening immune system in dealing with pathogens.
What is BICOM Bioresonance?
BICOM Bioresonance is based on the premise that physiological activities in the body are not solely guided and regulated by chemical processes, but also to a large degree by electromagnetic impulses. It was shown by researchers that organs and organic systems are penetrated and surrounded by characteristic frequency patterns. An impairment of these patterns can lead to considerable disorders and eventually disease.
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What do we in Spring Oasis provide?
1) Full Food Allergy & Intolerance Testing and Treatment
2) Skin Allergies Treatment
3) Cell Degeneration Treatment
4) Orthopaedic Support
What is Infrared Thermography
Medical Thermography uses infrared camera to detects heat emitted from an object in nature. Thermography based on measurements of the level of infrared emission of the examined body surface is one of diagnostic noninvasive methods characterized by large sensitivity. A thermal scan of your body can show other health problems in the early stage. It provides therapeutic information related to diseases involving autonomic, neurovascular, and inflammatory changes, allowing us to assess a person’s condition. Inflammation detected in the carotid arteries can guide a physician to request more specific tests or treatments, helping to prevent a stroke or heart attack. Thermal imaging of the joints may show early signs of arthritis than can be addressed sooner than later, preventing further degeneration. Having a thermal scan can be useful as a standard for recognizing any injuries, pathologies or other changes that emerge over time.
How does it work?
Thermography enables registration of the trophic conditions of tissues, as well as thermoregulatory mechanisms, altered areas of tissue metabolism, and inflammatory response. Increased blood flow accompanying inflammatory reaction, as well as increased tissue catabolism , causes significant rise in local temperature.
A map of body temperature is presented graphically and for each temperature scale there is a different colour assigned. A significant and positive feature of diagnostic thermographic measurements is a brief assessment of blood supply of a particular area which proportionally reflects a local rise or drop in temperature, which is directly connected with a series of both functional and pathological processes, which accompany some phases of inflammatory reaction.
Thermography Scan in Spring Oasis
At Spring Oasis, our trained therapist obtains important clinical information from this test to help assess and follow up with patients’ condition.
Bone Density Assessment
Here in Spring Oasis, we provide bone density assessment with ongoing ONDAMED treatment and prevention of osteoporosis. The assessment is carried out using a bone densitometer to estimate the bone mineral density of the calcaneus by ultrasound.
Normally bone density peaks between the ages of 30 to 40 and in subsequent years the bone density decreases. If the decrease is significant enough, the so called “fracture threshold” is reached. At this level of bone density the patient is at significant risk of fracture. These thresholds are reached at different ages and the extend of the bone loss varies depending on the peak bone mass and generic and environmental factors, including activity level and diet.
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