Basic screening test

Basic screening test

It is recommended for those who want to identify primary risks. Do not currently have a serious, troublesome complaint and do not wish to undergo a Complex Screening Test. This is a ‘routine’ check-up, which is worth doing once a year to ensure that any hidden problems are detected in time.


When an organ or organ system becomes diseased, its electromagnetic activity changes: it starts to emit abnormal waves outside its healthy and physiologically normal vibrations, which weaken the function not only of that organ but of the whole body. The test allows the detection of minimal, barely detectable abnormalities in the body, which may be the precursors or even the initial cause of more serious abnormalities later on. It can also help to identify the effects of environmental allergens, toxic substances, environmental pollutants and the current vitamin, mineral and amino acid levels in the body.

History taking and therapeutic summary

After taking a personal and family history, a status is recorded. During this phase, the individual tests are analysed, evaluated and, using integrated medicine, therapeutic recommendations are summarised, dietary and lifestyle changes are discussed and new elements are discussed.

Non-invasive blood analysis

The device covers a spectrum of tests far beyond the usual laboratory parameters (urine blood count) and provides results that help to interpret basic parameters and understand actual physiological processes. The thermometric method is used to test living blood using electrodes placed at biologically active points in the body. The test looks at liver and digestive enzymes, blood supply to various organs, some hormone levels, blood shape elements, blood gas parameters, kidney function, lung and circulatory indicators, among others.

Body composition analysis
BodyPedia’s DSM-BIA and SMFIM technology generates reports based on more than 40 different body composition parameters – providing the most comprehensive personal health data available. It uses multiple, different frequencies to measure intracellular and extracellular fluids, providing accurate body fluid analysis. BodyPedia measures all five cylinders of the body (left/right arm, torso, left/right leg) to provide accurate and detailed results. It processes the data using a unique modelling algorithm.