Zyto Scan….Western Technology Meets Eastern Diagnosis
Many people have asked “what is a Zyto Scan?”, and why do I use it in my TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) practice? I would like to explain how I use Western Technology to inform my Eastern diagnosis and treatment.
Zyto is the newest generation of bio-communication technology that reads the body’s electrical impulses and records its preferences. Zyto does not identify, diagnose, or treat any disease, or medical condition, however, it provides useful information about one’s biological preferences. A Zyto Scan takes only a few minutes to perform, and it is painless. Using a hand cradle, subtle energetic impulses called virtual stimulus items (VSIs) are introduced to your body. Your body responds to these impulses in a positive or negative way and ZYTO measures and records your responses. The scanning technology surveys the body asking questions and receiving answers. At the conclusion of the scan, a report is generated. The report can be targeted to identify general wellness, musculoskeletal preferences, and preferences in the endocrine system.
How does this information influence my TCM diagnosis? Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnostic techniques include:
- asking many questions
- making observations
- using smell to identify conditions
- recording palpitations
The Zyto Scan report quickly provides useful information that enables me to ask more detailed questions, and follow up with targeted acupuncture treatments, or, include specific dietary or supplement recommendations. A follow up Zyto scan can help to monitor progress of a treatment protocol. The Zyto scan simply adds another layer of information that can be used to help make better decisions about the course of treatment.
If you would like to make an appointment for a Zyto Scan. I will go over every detail of the report to help you better understand your body’s preferences, and make informed choices about proactive treatment.
Please visit the ZYTO SCAN website for more information on this technology.
~ Natalie Miner, L.Ac., C.SMA