The BPI scan measures and quantifies vulnerability within the human body, and provides a prioritization of organs at risk for disease due to their electrophysiological status, and those compromised through accident or injury. It can also be used as an adjunct tool to monitor treatment efficacy.

The Body Photon Imaging (BPI) scan is a highly advanced screening tool that delivers objective real-time assessment of the electrophysiological status for more than 49 organs/systems in the body.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What happens during the scan?​
    You place your finger on the surface of the BPI scanner and an image of your finger is captured by the technology. We do this for each of your ten fingers, then this process is repeated. Once this is complete and the images are accepted, the analysis takes approximately 2 minutes.

  • Are there special precautions that I need to take prior to the scan?
    It is best to refrain from alcohol 24 hours prior to your scan appointment. Also do not eat any wheat/gluten, or drink any caffeine 2 hours prior to your scan. This way, we eliminate any variables that may contribute to higher scan readings. Also, it is necessary to have short fingernails, nothing above the tip of the finger (as you look at your hand from the palm side). It is ok to have acrylic or polish on your nails, but your nails must be short.

  • How long does the scan take?
    Typically, the scan itself only takes 5 minutes while processing and analysis takes another 2 minutes or so. After the processing is complete, the results are shared with you in detail.

  • Does the scan hurt?
    No! After literally 1,000,000+ scans, there has never been an experience of injury as a result of the scan. The BPI technology is totally non-invasive and there is no exposure to any radiation or anything harmful.

  • Do I get the results?
    Yes, scan results are shared with you during your visit. A copy of the scan results is emailed to you, typically within 48 hours of the scan session, with additional information covered at the time of the scan.

  • How often can you have a scan?
    Since the scan is completely non-invasive, you literally could have a scan anytime, or as many times in one day as you wish. Once you have the initial scan, called a "baseline" scan, typically it is recommended to have another scan in approximately 4-8 weeks to assess your progress, or the effectiveness of your therapy plan, or the status of your wellness goals.

If you have no specific established goal, but you wish to assess your well-being, a scan is recommended every 3-6 months.

  • Is there research to support the science behind the scan?

Indeed there is a great deal of research to support the science behind the technology. Please click on the research link below.

  • What is the science behind the BPI technology?

The science for the technology is discussed on the science link below.

  • Does the technology have FDA clearance?

The technology achieved FDA clearance as a class 1 medical device in July 2016. It also fits the criteria as a wellness tool as defined by the FDA.

BPI Scan Sessions

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The Science behind the Body Photon Imaging (BPI) scan is based upon the intrinsic electrical currents present in all living cells through ion channel movements, molecular processes, biophotonic (light) exchange. The ability to measure these currents reveals valuable biometric information relating directly to chronic diseases, pathological and physiological conditions.

The BPI scan, a new, non-invasive measurement tool, captures images of electrophysiological signals evoked from your body. These unique signals are then analyzed through a series of proprietary algorithms, and compared across a vast database of over a million images.

The Result is a comprehensive biometric report providing visibility to the functional dynamics of the client's cellular matrix including changes in mitochondrial ATP energy production as manifested in chronic disease, and physiological conditions.

The BPI scan can provide appropriate medical personnel with a critical tool to enable health care teams to view the impact of diseases that are increasing in prevalence around the world.

​​Simply... You can see what's happening inside your body!!