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Chiropractic care is a patient-centered, non-invasive, hands-on, regulated health care profession focusing on the spine, muscles, joints and nervous system.

Live Blood Analysis

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What is Live blood?

Live Blood Analysis (LBA) is a holistic health assessment technique where a small drop of blood, usually taken from a fingertip, is examined under a microscope at high magnification in real-time. The blood is observed without any staining or fixing agents, allowing immediate examination of its condition.

The analysis involves observing the structure, shape, size, and behavior of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma. Practitioners interpret these observations to assess various aspects of a person's health, such as nutritional deficiencies, immune system function, hydration levels, presence of toxins or parasites, and overall vitality.

The patterns and characteristics observed in live blood samples can provide insights into an individual's health status and help identify imbalances or areas that may require attention.

What To expect

During your first visit, you can expect the following: 

  1. Consultation: Typically, the session starts with a discussion about your medical history, lifestyle, diet, and any health concerns you might have. This helps with understanding your background and what you hope to achieve from the analysis.

  2. Blood Sample: A small drop of blood is drawn from your fingertip using a sterile lancet. The blood is usually collected onto a slide or a specialized glass and observed under a microscope immediately.

  3. Microscopic Examination: The practitioner will examine the live blood sample under a high-powered microscope, projecting it onto a screen for you to see. They will point out and explain different elements of your blood, such as red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma.

  4. Analysis and Interpretation: The practitioner will interpret the observations, discussing what they see in your blood and how it might relate to your health. They may identify patterns, anomalies, or indications of certain health conditions.

  5. Recommendations: Based on the analysis, the practitioner might suggest dietary changes, lifestyle modifications, supplements, or other holistic approaches to support your health goals. They may also advise on follow-up sessions or further tests if necessary.

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