Flow Systems Analysis is a method that measures several factors of the fluid dynamics of the internal environment of the body.
This environment is referred to as the “terrain” or “biological terrain”. While the various fields of medicine examine, isolate or treat one particular part or system of the body, Flow Systems Analysis gains feedback about the operation of the entire internal biochemical/electrical environment.
This complete picture of information gives the health care practitioner a baseline on which to choose a selected course of treatment, as well as an objective procedure for monitoring the effectiveness of his treatment on an on-going basis.
This dynamic form of physiological biofeedback helps uncover the underlying cause or causes of a patient’s imbalance or illness, rather then treating a list of “symptoms”.