Q. What is the CyberScan?

A. The CyberScan Professional Device is an FDA approved biofeedback device that a practitioner uses to determine which frequencies and accompanying electromagnetic fields, cause a response in a client’s autonomic nervous system.

The CyberScan scans your body’s energetic “blueprint” or signature – and records it in the system, testing it against thousands of resonances to find your personalized health patterns. The initial scan starts out with comparing your energy field to thousands of items that correlate to your health-each a different frequency.

Q: How is a scan performed in person?

A: During a CyberScan, the client places his/her hand on an electro-sensor that overlays a tesla coil within the CyberScan. The machine captures a “digital fingerprint”, which is saved and used for the assessments and biofeedback.

Q: How is a scan performed remotely?

A: A remote CyberScan requires a saliva or hair sample. You will need a small glass jar – please refer to cleaning instructions inside the  Cyberscan Brochure. Shipping address is below.

Q: How do I collect the saliva or hair?

A:  For hair, try to take hair from as close to scalp as possible or from a clean hair brush. If you color your hair, please use saliva. Do not use anything except clean, clear glass containers for sending saliva and/or hair samples for the most accurate input. For saliva, take the sample anytime of day, at least 10 minutes away from food and drink. Rinse mouth out with clean water. To stimulate saliva wiggle tongue or rub cheeks. Allow saliva to collect in mouth without swallowing before first spit. Fill up the glass tube/jar with at least one large spit. You can add hair into same jar.  Use a toothpick or straw to fill the tube if extra assistance is needed. Tightly close container and place in biohazard or ziplock bag, securing tightly. Use secure mailing materials to protect glass tube. Write name and date of birth on bag, not on the glass container.

Send to:

Paradigm Health Solutions

Attn: Tiffany Dalton

41-990 Cook Street #F-2006

Palm Desert, CA 92211

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How does Cyberscan work?

Our bodies have “vibrational signatures” found in a field around each cell called “morphogenetic” fields. Before something is formed (such as cells), this morphogenetic energy field must be present.  Scalar waves make up the morphogenetic waves. The tesla coil can create scalar waves, also known as longitudinal waves, which can stream information back and forth to our immune system and cells.  This is not found in any other biofeedback device.

This state-of-the-art technology works directly with the immune system by measuring the energetic communication between our body and immune system to pinpoint any disturbances or imbalances present in the body’s energetic field.

Who can benefit from Cyberscan?

Everyone can benefit from Cybernetic Biofeedback. Most people report biofeedback sessions to be relaxing, soothing and beneficial. Yucha and Montgomery (2008), in their article “Evidence Based Practice in Biofeedback and Neurofeedback” published in The Journal of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback summarized the most current and complete medical research based on scientific rigor and consistency of outcome on biofeedback benefits and efficacy with the following health related issues.

Where can I receive sessions?

Sessions can be done in person or remotely via use of a biological sample (usually hair).  Therefore we can assist persons from any geography .  We may also be able to travel to your location.  We are located in Palm Desert, California. Click here to request an appointment or a free introduction consultation.

How do scalar waves differ from electromagnetic waves?

Scalar waves represent static points of eternal fission-fusion that radiate from the fabric of the morphogenetic field and do not travel. Electromagnetic waves do travel and the farther the distance traveled, the weaker they become. Professor Konstantin Meyl of Germany has written numerous books about scalar waves. Dr. Meyl described how field vortices form scalar waves. He described how electromagnetic waves (transverse waves) and scalar waves (longitudinal waves) both should be represented in wave equations. For comparison, transverse EM waves are best used for broadcast transmissions like television, while longitudinal scalar waves are better for one-to-one communication systems like cell phones.

CyberScan Professional Biofeedback Device- FDA Registered: HCC 3009264169