The SCIO Universal Electrophyisiological Biofeedback System
The Scientific Consciousness Interface Operations System (SCIO) is an automatic, computer-operated non-invasive active therapeutic device that combines bioresonance and biofeedback fields for body analysis and energy balancing. It is a stress management system that measures electrophysiological reactions and patterns through a ‘harness’ of electro-magnetic electrodes attached to the head, ankles and wrists, which are catalogued, tabulated and fed back to the individual.
The current version of the SCIO is based on a biofeedback device that was developed by Prof. Nelson in the 1980’s, following twenty years of research in the field of energetic medicine and bioresonance.
The SCIO device utilizes transcutaneous voltammetric evoked potential biofeedback technology, which consists of both hardware and software. The hardware consists of a digital interface box attached to the computer with electrodes attached to the wrists, ankles, and 8 on the forehead of the person (making up 12 transcutaneous carbon impregnated rubber electrode contact points). The software is a PC-based platform consisting of mathematical calculations and high-end graphics.
The SCIO measures the body electric at 12 points to get geographic measures of EEG, EMG, ECG and GSR. It can get global measures of charge stability profile as well as the TVEP reactivity index. Aberrant profiles can be corrected using micro-current stimulation. The systems software is programmed to autofocus to the patient’s body electric to reduce electro-stress and provide lifestyle advice – all of this to promote wellness and to educate the patient as to life healthy style choices.