Flow Systems Auditing – Biological Terrain Analysis™

Viewing blood under the microscope gives a qualitative perspective of an individuals underlying biology – a reflection of the internal “biological terrain”. But behind the microscope picture lies numbers that can quantify the nature of the picture and point the individual or practitioner in a direction to examine the primary homeostatic balance points affecting health. For practitioners this is the next step for spot-on clinical clarity and client education.

If you want to take your microscope work to the next level, or if you are without a microscopic and you want to understand the power of applied physiology, this is it.

If you want clinical clarity regardless of your current assessment techniques, you are in the right place.

Explore the Possibilities – Imagine..

Merging the best of the greatest scientific minds and their clinical methodologies into one coherent system for health care management.

Utilizing the genius of individuals like Prof. Louis-Claude Vincent, Dr. Carey Reams, Emanuel Revici, MD, Wilhelm Schüssler, MD and others.

Sequencing the best of their strategies into a hierarchal structure that logically points you to the most important interference patterns causing problems in fluid dynamics. 

The result was a confluence of the best that water and soil science has to offer for outstanding biochemic biological research.

OK, so this might be the most advanced water and soil testing equipment around, but imagine the possibilities of obtaining information (biofeedback) from humans in a new light. And why not? We are made from the dust of the earth.

The human body is a miracle in operation that reflects many events happening at many levels which incorporates known (and unknown) principles of chemistry, biology, physics, electronics, magnetism and more. Understanding these principles and their extended application to human health is paramount for the doctor of the future operating in today’s complex world of really sick people.

The equipment you see here allows an individual or a practitioner to obtain biofeedback on key biochemic markers. This feedback is turned into actionable information sequenced in such a way that it hones patient health management and provides the understanding physician an incredibly fast path to turnaround a patient’s health – including their own if need be.

You have likely heard the saying “doctor, heal thyself”, but this assumes the doctor knows HOW. Too often they don’t — not due to a lack of “smarts” — but due to a lack of information. Also information mis-management and blind acceptance of dis-information. It is this information problem that is the Achilles heel of modern medicine.

Many practitioners recognize problems inherent within their own “healthcare” practice as they continue to see inadequate results with their patients, or they can’t figure their patients out, or they themselves are sick and tired of seeing their patients sick and tired and not knowing what to do beyond writing another prescription. It does not have to be that way.

Enter the New World of BioChemic BioFeedback – Flow Systems Auditing

Actually this work can be defined in various ways but it really has to do with information management in the area of biophysics. The body is an amalgam of activity enmeshed in operating principles whose core understanding rests in biophysics – which in reality is an amalgam of the basic sciences applied to understanding human health.

Medicine today fails to find cures for cancer, fails at understanding heart disease, fails at fighting obesity, fails at conquering AIDS, fails at so much that accounts for the quality of life in health. These failures are not the result of science failing medicine, but medicine failing science.

The body in a physical sense is a flow system. There are three fluid compartments which are the blood, the interstitial and the intercellular. These three compartments are separated by membranes. Understanding the dynamics of fluid flow, the terrain of the compartments, the makeup and activity of the membrane, is all about understanding the physics of flow systems. Understanding this leads to a deeper understanding of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and so much more that is plaguing healthcare today. Further, it leads a practitioner to scientifically based answers to their most vexing questions about “what is health”. With these deeper insights, the practitioner can choose more appropriate protocols to assist in reversing many so called “disease” entities in a fast, practical and realistic manner.

To some healthcare practitioners who have only been exposed to a fragmented view of science, this may seem inconceivable. But yet many of these same practitioners are continually searching for answers to their patients problems desperate to find help beyond an often drug-based cookbook approach which is palliative at best, harmful at worst. The answers are out there and true science holds the key, Flow Systems Analysis is a pivot and a bridge to get to it.

Many practitioners tell us they currently do some form of “terrain” testing or biochemic biofeedback in their clinic. The most common is obtaining urine and saliva pH values. pH is important and individuals have written books about the miracles that can occur by checking pH and “alkalizing” the diet. But where there are pH miracles there are also pH deceptions. pH is a number that moves based upon other events further up the biochemical/electrical ladder. Biological terrain research applications measure parameters that have far greater significance then pH alone and in many cases are the causative factors behind pH behavior. Now don’t you think that is pretty important?

Flow Systems Auditing is not a diagnostic tool but rather a biofeedback tool to understanding the biophysical nature of human health. Hence it has also been referred to as Biochemic Biofeedback.

The bottom line is this, if one understands HOW an unhealthy condition arrived, one can understand HOW to reverse the unhealthy condition.