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Live Blood Analysis
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We find that patients are delighted to learn about their blood and to see it live on a computer monitor!
What is live/dry blood microscopy?
Live blood cell analysis is carried out by placing a drop of blood from the patient's fingertip onto a microscope slide and placing it under a glass cover slip to keep it from drying out. The slide is then viewed at high magnification with a dark-field or bright-field microscope that forwards the image to a large screen television monitor. Both practitioner and patient can then see the blood cells, which appear as dark bodies outlined in white. Often things are noticed that are never seen using traditional methods of blood screening.
In itself, live blood screening with microscopy is not a diagnostic procedure. However, it can often point you in a direction to take for further diagnostic testing. At Fox Valley Wellness, our doctors simply want to view the "terrain" of the blood to catch a glimpse of the overall "toxic load" and the consequent state of health of our patient.
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Dark Field Microscopy is an amazing diagnostic procedure, that was first created in Germany in the late 1800's. Dr. Minkoff learned this back in 1978 and has been using it for 20 years as it is a normal medical procedure. On the dark field microscopy you can see things like spirochetes that you can't see on a normal microscope.
In this video you will learn:
* What is dark field microscopy?
* What can you see with dark field microscopy?
* What do you use dark field microscopy for?
* Examples of dark field microscopy - before and after treatments