The Magnagraph provides a powerful and insightful tool to make sure we get your script right and that we are doing our job. The Magnagraph is a data collection system that incorporates the latest technology in medical electronic microprocessor controls and software development. The Magnagraph collects data via the capillary pulse wave, which reflects health within the body.
The Magnagraph shows how your body is performing with energy production, liver health, immune problems , allergies, hormonal imbalance, lymphatic issues and the response of the body to current or past stimuli.
We can use the Magnagraph to test your response to medication or other therapy we may want to prescribe.
Your Magnagraph reading shows the following imbalances: -
- ATP ramp – this is at the foot of the pulse waveform and represents the level of cellular energy production. A loss of an ATP ramp is characteristic of adrenal stress and exhaustion (usually caused by lifestyle stressors and emotional disturbances.) This sign may be associated with a lack of energy, fatigue, low immune response and tiredness in the morning.
- Lymphatic congestion – broadening of the descending waveform represents lymphatic congestion within the bowel (bottom third), liver and digestive areas (middle third) and sinus/ respiratory congestion (top third.) The whole lymphatic system will be congested in chronic infections.
- Spleen – a change of position (elevation or depression) of the base of the dicrotic notch may represent malfunctions within the spleen including toxicity, hyperactivity and stress. This may also reflect stress within the immune system.
- Liver Toxicity – congestion within the liver may be indicated by sharp downward spikes in the dicrotic region. Liver congestion is always associated with congestion within the lymphatic system.
- Allergies (Acute) – acute allergies may be characterised by an increase in the pulse rate as well as widespread irregularities within the pulse wave with lymphatic congestion and sharp downward spikes in the dicrotic area.
- Allergies (Chronic) – chronic allergies may be symbolised by irritation or ‘noise’ in the digestive area, an activated spleen, lymphatic congestion and a flat ATP ramp. Signs of toxicity may also be noted.
- Chemical imbalances – notches on the ascending pulse wave approaching the apex may reflect chemical imbalances, which may be linked to hormonal disturbances. Chemical imbalances may also be associated with nutritional deficiencies, toxicities and allergies.
- Dysbiosis – ridges on the base of the dicrotic wave may relate to disturbances within the digestive tract. This may refect a state of dysbiosis (presence of candida or parasites, lower population of bowel florae and other digestive disturbances.) Ridges can be minimal or well defined or irregular in appearance.
- Malabsorption – a small notch at the start of the pulse wave may represent malabsorption of nutrients.
- Neurological – an irregular character of the waveform and loss of definition may reflect an imbalance of neurological nature.
- pH – imbalances in pH may be seen if notches are present on the descending pulse wave close to the apex. This is associated with pH imbalance within the bowel or kidneys.
- Poor oxygenation – the level of saturation of oxygen in the tissues as a percentage. For optimum health a reading of 98% or 99% of SpO2 is required. Conditions such as anaemia and respiratory illness such as asthma and bronchitis can produce lower than average readings.
- Low heart rate – a low heart rate or pulse can indicate a high level of fitness. It can also be indicative of lowered metabolic activity in the heart.