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What is the SCIO?
Are you ready to stand up and take charge of your health?

Over two-thirds of office visits to physicians are for stress-related illness. According to an article in, absenteeism due to stress increased in South African companies in 2008 compared with the previous year with about R19.1bn being lost due to "sick absenteeism" in the country in 2007.*

All health challenges start as a dysfunction on a metabolic and molecular level. The body’s systems are out of tune, and functions are stressed and no longer flow easily. When this dysfunction reaches a critical point there will be increasing pressure on a particular organ system or tissues, and what is called illness or disease will appear. The dis-ease is really the end point of a system that is malfunctioning. It is possible to pick up the clues that the system is no longer healthy somewhere along this route from health to dysfunction to point of breakdown.

This can be achieved through the use of a safe, non-invasive, stress-reducing device called the SCIO. This device boasts the largest medical software package in the world and is the result of over 20 years of dedicated research in bio-energetic and bio-resonance medicine. It gathers 65,000,000 pieces of information from the body via 55 channels. The data is prioritised and sorted so that the body’s own electro-physiological response to the issues raised are automatically tested. Where it finds an aberrant wave form in the body it can give the body back frequencies to correct that wave form so helping the body to heal itself.

Through the detection of weaknesses such as pathogens, allergies, nutritional imbalances and toxins, this biofeedback* device finds energetic imbalances by measuring the stress levels within an individual’s body through electro-muscular responses and the electrical activity of the heart (ECG) and the brain (EEG). It is designed to measure reactions to various stressors and stress reducing factors, thus empowering the person to control their own physiology, and consequently affect a decrease in their stress levels, resulting in improved physical and emotional health.

When we feel stressed by something going on around us, our bodies react by releasing chemicals into the blood. These chemicals give people more energy and strength, which can be a good thing in moderation and is indeed vital if their stress is caused by physical danger. This can however also be detrimental in the long run if their stress is in response to something emotional and there is no outlet for this extra energy and strength.

This activation takes a toll on both our bodies and our minds. Simple stresses that can be acted upon quickly are more easily overcome, but with the more complex stresses of modern societies, with many factors and individuals involved, the danger may seem unavoidable and stress may continue indefinitely, which ends up compromising the system rather than helping the system and may ultimately contribute directly or indirectly to:
  • Allergies
  • Food Intolerances
  • Skin Conditions
  • Heart disease
  • Depression
  • Weakened immune system
  • Digestive disturbances, including:
    • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
    • Ulcers
    • Degenerative diseases
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Accidental injuries
  • Liver problems
  • Chronic fatigue, Glandular Fever and M.E.
  • Menstrual problems, including:
    • Endometriosis
    • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Research has shown that cells are a hundred times more receptive to electrical stimulation than they are to chemical stimulation. Due to this approach the SCIO does not interfere with conventional medical treatment, can be used in conjunction with medication and is extremely safe and effective in animals, children, and the elderly too.

    To book an appointment or for more information on how the SCIO works, please contact
    Laura: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 0836040582

    *Biofeedback is the process of measuring a variable of a person and providing feedback.
    * 24 July 2008