What You Need to Know About a ZYTO Scan and How it Works

At Delta Chiropractic Center of Lansing, we are always on the lookout for new tools and procedures that can help our clients live their healthiest lives. We continue to offer ZYTO scans at our clinic. We keep hearing questions about the scan so we figured we could clear up some misconceptions and answer some questions here. Read on to learn about the scan and how it works.

What is a ZYTO Scan?

Let’s start with the basics. A ZYTO scanner is a tool that surveys the body using a process calling bio-communication. The communication between the device and your body brings answers back to the machine, which it records. This survey provides a complete understanding of an individual’s bodily systems and organ functions. Having accurate physical knowledge will help you make changes in real-time to improve your health. People of all ages can use a ZYTO scan, and it is even safe for pregnant women.

A ZYTO scan does even more! It goes past identifying issues to making suggestions about steps to take to improve your mental and physical health. Some options it can recommend include supplements, diet, or exercise.

The Experience of Having a ZYTO Scan

The ZYTO scan is non-invasive and pain-free! The scan is as easy as placing your hands on the holds for about three minutes. Most people don’t even recognize when the scan begins or ends.

The Areas in the Scan

The insights a ZYTO scan offers you provide a window into the current state of your body. This non-invasive procedure examines hundreds of indicators throughout your system, checking biomarkers such as:

  • Body organs
  • Brain
  • Chemicals
  • Compounds
  • Hormones
  • Joints
  • Muscles
  • Nervous system
  • Teeth and bones

Equipped with the current state of your body and options for improvement, you can start taking the steps toward correcting issues you experience.

Delta Chiropractic Center of Lansing works with people experiencing pain and irritation to provide options for living a more comfortable life. Learn more about our ZYTO scan by clicking here. When you are ready to schedule an appointment, give our friendly medical staff a call at (517) 321-3030.