Frequently Asked Questions about the Electro Interstitial Scan (EIS)

1) How does it work?

By passing a micro current through the ‘interstitial fluid’ in your body via 6 electrodes (see picture) the E.I.S. creates a map that can be translated into pictures that represent the major systems of your body and measures the physiological parameters of your organs and determines your ’composition and  ‘state of health.’

2) Does it hurt?

It is painless and has no negative effects on the patient.

3) Is it expensive?

The EIS will save you time and money. By understanding how your body is functioning now, you don’t have to wait for symptoms to show up and have many expensive tests and treatments. We offer a variety of packages for the EIS with various price ranges designed to meet your own unique needs. Check out our EIS Services

4) What does it show me?

An E.I.S. evaluation can evaluate the health and functions of the organs and tissues in your body. The results of the scan will help you better answer the following questions about your body:

  • Which organ systems are functioning less than optimally?
  • What lifestyle changes do I need?
  • Is my nutrition on track?
  • Are my hormones causing me weight gain?
  • What effect is my medication having on my body?
  • Am I dehydrated or retaining fluid?
  • Do I have oxidative stress?

5) Are there any side effects?

There are no side effects associated with the Electro Interstitial Scan because it is a non-invasive scan that sends electric signals of low intensity (1.28V D.C.) through the human body

6) How long does it take?

The scan is completed in just 3 minutes and informative models, graphs, and data for interpretation are produced just minutes later

7) Is it widely-used?

The EIS is used throughout the world in hospitals and clinics

8 ) Is that really my body?


No, it isn’t really your body. It is a model based on very complex mathematical calculations derived from the E.I.S. evaluation. It represents your body system functions, but not your real body.

9) What do the different colors mean?

The grey color means there is no problem with the organ in question. If the organ is a  blue, yellow or red color it indicates that something is going on that could be the source of your problem.

10) Do you mean that you can do the test, provide treatment – then do the test again to see if the treatment helped?

Yes, one benefit of this device is to provide a clear evaluation, recommend treatment then test again to be sure the recommendations are functioning properly.