The SCIO Quantum Biofeedback System, now entering the third decade of its development journey, and leading the field of Bio-Energetic and Bio-Response measurement, is the accepted standard for the application of Quantum Biofeedback.
The SCIO Quantum Biofeedback System, one of the latest and most up-to-date technologies on the market, takes a multitude of different stress reduction programs, methods and techniques, and merges them into a more simple – best overall – well rounded approach. Quantum Biofeedback, working through sixteen different electrical factors of the body, calculates combinations of impedance, amperage, voltage, capacitance, inductance, and resistance for Electro-Physiological Reactivity (The Xrroid Process).
The body is indeed electric; therefore reactivity in the body can be measured electrically.
E-P Reactivity results are based upon the ability to establish a “Tri-Vector” connection for an energetic “3-Dimensional” view of the client’s current reactions to over 10,000 different items. All accomplished completely independent of user influence to help avoid bias or error.
The picture painted by the reactions may help to create a better understanding of the individual factors pertinent to lifestyle and wellness. Once established, the Quantum Biofeedback auto-focus program, designed to monitor a client’s reactions, helps optimize the quality and quantity of the stress reduction results.
The SCIO Device is connected to the client via a head strap, and wrist and ankle bands. The techniques and methods of Quantum Biofeedback stress reduction include addressing areas those most typically affected by the stressors of “every-day living”. Some examples of these methods and areas are the “tri-vector”, “auto-meridian”, “auto-frequency”, “auto-color”, “auto-spinal”, “chakra”, and brain wave pattern relaxation.
Biofeedback is a treatment technique in which people are trained to improve their health by using signals from their own bodies. Physical therapists for example, use biofeedback to help stroke victims regain movement in paralyzed muscles. Psychologists use it to help tense and anxious clients learn to relax. Specialists in many fields use biofeedback to help their patients or clients cope with pain.
Chances are you have used biofeedback yourself. If you have ever taken your temperature or stepped on a bathroom scale, you have received “biofeedback” information. The thermometer tells you if your body temperature is normal or not, and the scale tells you if you have lost or gained body (bio) weight. With this information, you can take the necessary steps to correct this condition.
Biofeedback Beginnings: The word “biofeedback” was coined decades ago to describe laboratory procedures being used to train experimental research subjects to alter brain activity, blood pressure, heart rate, and other bodily functions that normally are not controlled voluntarily. This early research demonstrated that biofeedback can help in the treatment of many diseases and painful conditions. Some believe that biofeedback will one day make it possible to do away with drug treatments that often cause uncomfortable side effects in patients with high blood pressure and serious conditions.
Biofeedback Today: Clinical biofeedback techniques that grew out of the early laboratory procedures are now widely used to treat an ever growing list of conditions; migraine and other headaches; digestive system disorders; high and low blood pressures; cardiac arrhythmias; circulatory issues; epilepsy; paralysis – movement disorders, and many other maladies.
Specialists who provide a variety of forms of biofeedback range from psychologists, medical doctors, dentists, chiropractors, internists, nurses, physical therapists, naturopaths, and veterinarians to energy medicine practitioners, and many others.
Clinicians rely on more complicated biofeedback devices in somewhat the same way in order to detect a person’s internal bodily functions with far greater sensitivity and precision. For patients, the biofeedback device acts as a kind of “sixth sense” to allow them to “see” or “hear” activity inside their bodies.
The SCIO Biofeedback Device is a stress management tool. It can be used as a stand-alone method for pain management and stress relief. And, it can be coupled as an adjunct stress therapy with many other wellness modalities. SCIO devices are being used worldwide by Doctors, Kinesiologists, Dentists, Veterinarians, Naturopaths, Chiropractors, Homoeopaths, Acupuncturists, Nutritionists, Psychologists, Hypnotherapists, Massage Therapists, and many other professional practitioners. In addition, many people from all walks of life own and use Quantum Biofeedback Systems, depending on their own personal or professional needs.