Pay R469 for a full body scan at Bioscan, valued at R1200 (61%)
- Save 61% on a full body scan
- Stimulates the defence system of the body
- Get a visual picture of the condition of your organs
- Learn about predispositions to illness or the risk thereof
- Ideal as a gift
- Valid for 3 months
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If you had to consciously control all the functions your body performs, even just on a minute-minute basis, you’d most likely end up in a corner hugging your knees and rocking back and forth till your brain took over again Take some pressure off of your brain and give your body a proper once-over with today’s Groupon, a full-body scan at Bioscan for only R469.
Operating out of the north of Johannesburg, Bioscan is an authority on all things health and wellness. Dr Maya Chikova heads up operations and is professionally trained in the use of the non-linear system of body scanning. The non-linear system uses the body’s acupuncture points, meridians and Dr Voll’s Bio Meridian testing to diagnose and assess the condition of the body.
As easy as listening to your favourite tjoon on that fancy music player, all you have to do is pop on a set of headphones and let the magic happen. The device assesses the wave characteristics of the body tissue, individual cells and chromosomes and these results are then fed into a computer for assessment.
The procedure is completely non-invasive and can detect any changes throughout the body. Once the state of the body has been determined the appropriate action can be taken to treat any conditions that may be present. The treatment gives you a visual picture of the condition of the organs, tissues and cells and can list predispositions to illnesses or the risk thereof. Following a session natural and herbal supplements may be prescribed.Hidden fact: By using revolutionary auto-scanning technology, a classic dictionary was found under the hood of a classic 80’s muscle car. After further investigation it was discovered that this was not a rare case but in fact the norm. It’s believed “petrol-heads” like to have a dictionary at hand to save face in case they are caught off-guard by new motoring terminology.