The Diagnostic equipment used by DiaScan
Wellness Centers in South Africa, uses the method of Non Linear
Systems diagnosis. The NLS is by far the most advanced in the
field of human diagnosis and is gaining popularity all over the
world. Through 3 channels information is obtained and the
DiaScan Program obtains a 98% accuracy.
In 2000 it was 20 years from the day of creation
of the quant entropy logic theory which serves as the basis of
NLS method. Thus, the NLS diagnosis in the DiaScan program is
the most recent one amongst all methods.
In 1988, a trigger sensor was proposed, thus
laying the foundation for the idea of the NLS apparatus. 1990
through to 1995 was spent on clinical tests on the initial
apparatuses. From 1998 there was a rapid growth on commercial
front concerning the manufacturing of the apparatuses and a leap
forward in quality of the produced results.
The NLS diagnostic method is still in a stage of
ongoing development. Methodologies for diagnosing are developing
so fast that systems’ versions have to be updated every six
months. Due to the introduction of new apparatuses supplied with
trigger sensors, NLS-diagnosis not only became faster, but also
acquired new quality. Evidently, dynamic methodologies, such as
three-dimensional visualization of the examination results, will
be introduced into the day-to-day practices very soon. The
method of vegetative testing can be cited as an example of a
Research centers continue to search for new
methods based on the systems of a nonlinear analysis. The
results are more than promising.
Other diagnosing methods mainly fall into the
- NMR: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
- USE: Ultrasonic Evaluation
- CT: Computed Tomography
NLS-analysis, unlike NMR (Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance) and CT (Computed Tomography), does not require
high-voltage fields. NLS is very prospective for metabolic
studies, in particular on a cell level. Of all methods of
hardware diagnostics, the NLS produces a picture that is most
approximating to the pathologoanatomic one. This condition along
with its safety encourages a rapid development of the NLS-diagnosis
Much can be said about advantages of the NLS
bio-resonance diagnosing method. The method is very good,
indeed. It is indicative that its popularity has greatly
increased in the recent years.
In a comparative study conducted by the Medical
Research Council in Germany, the NLS diagnostic method stands
out head and shoulder above the other methods used.
Each "+" symbol indicates a good quality of any
particular feature of a method. Accordingly, symbol "-" –
indicates a bad, unworthy or dangerous one.
The methods have been evaluated by three
major and most important points:
- Number of organs that can be examined by the
- Exposure to rays.
- Side effects.
a set of good qualities
a set of bad and dangerous qualities
Bio-resonance examination NLS has no equals in
safety and convenience for the patient, is absolutely harmless,
does not lead to irradiation and is absolutely painless and safe
for the patients including elderly people, children and pregnant
The NLS bio-resonance testing done by the
DiaScan program is a unique opportunity where within an hour to
hour and a half comprehensive information on the complete state
of a person’s health is revealed and equals in value to
examinations made by 10 specialist doctors.
Patients can see the state of their organs, 2
dimensional and in color, as well as the initial focus of
illnesses and interaction of one illness with the other “from
inside out.” The method allows for making a precise diagnosis
through the DiaScan program, for instance, stomach ulcer, myoma,
cyst, mastopathy, prostatitis or adenoma, disorder of thyroid
function, dysbacteriosis, stones in the kidneys and gallbladder,
endocrine diseases, primogenital infections, etc. without
complicated and expensive investigations.