DIAD Microscopy

What is DIAD Microscopy? (Differential Isopathic Assessment in Darkfield)

We are excited to announce the latest advances in theory and application of darkfield microscopy available to our clients.  While darkfield microscopy has been around for almost 100 years, it is an advanced tool and discipline for exploring the body’s internal ecological system through live blood cell analysis. DIAD Microscopy is a very safe and effective method used to examine living blood cells with a specially adapted, high-power quality microscope and a set of developer solutions. Today’s health challenges demand that we find a way to dig deeper and reveal the actual sources of ecological disturbance and actually identify core families of microorganisms that are responsible.  Once a client’s milieu and pH’s are corrected, Biological medicines are then suggested to be used to further alter the inner ecology of the client.

How Does DIAD Microscopy Work?

The science of biological medicine follows from the idea that the body is best understood as an ecological system – a dynamic web of living relationships. When these critical relationships are in balance, the many interlocking elements of our inner ecology literally create the conditions of good health. But when these relationships become disturbed, the resulting imbalances manifest as illness. With this in mind, it makes sense that we need a powerful way to understand and visualize these important ecological relationships. We need a way to determine precisely which factors are in balance and therefore contribute to our health, and which are out of balance, potentially setting the stage for disease.

Over time, we can repeat the DIAD testing process and follow the exact pattern of changes that take place within your system, making adjustments to treatment as required. Our aim with DIAD microscopy is to be able to make useful observations and clinical judgment based on the patterns we see and to direct successful treatment strategies.  DIAD Microscopy will become an integral tool for exploring the body’s unique inner ecology and developing treatment protocols for chronic degenerative diseases.

Complementary Therapy Philosophy

The underlying premise of conventional medicine is that something is wrong with the body that must be fixed from the outside – that somehow man knows what to do better than the body itself. Conventional medicine looks for acute symptoms but not the true causes of those symptoms. Surprisingly to us, conventional medicine is rarely concerned with why the patient got cancer or autoimmune disease or heart disease or a digestive disorder. The view is still that something is wrong with the body and the body is helpless to fix it.

In Complementary therapy, we begin with the premise that the body’s normal state is healthy, and that if health is lost, something from outside has derailed the body.  We find that the causes of disease are multi-factorial and that no single remedy will restore health. But we know that the body’s power to heal can always be reawakened if the underlying causes of disease are addressed and the body is given the support it needs to regenerate  .

Health Issues We Look For

Complementary therapy centers on discovering underlying sources of illness so that a tailored treatment plan can restore the body to optimal health. Practitioners Complementary Therapies do more than simply alleviate symptoms; they look for the cause of those symptoms to resolve the underlying issue. The issues that we always look for include:

  • Toxins
  •  Heavy Metals
  • Intestinal disturbances, including the wrong type of bacteria in your gut flora
  • Food allergies and hidden intolerances
  • Dental and other mouth/jaw disturbances
  • Chronic viral infections
  • Electromagnetic disturbances
  • Proper acid-alkaline balance
  • Improper detoxification

DIAD Microscopy Analogy

Understanding the body and its biological processes is essential to healing. If we are to make a simple analogy, let us think of a leak in a home. The first sign of a leak would be the formation of a water stain on the ceiling and some general damage to the drywall in the area.  But these are just symptoms – if we only treat these symptoms, we may only paint over the area of the wall where there is a stain on a daily basis (like taking a pharmaceutical drug every day), or if the leak is causing extensive damage, we may cut out the damaged area and put another piece of drywall in its place (surgery). But this is not attacking the source of the problem.

What is causing the leak? The leak actually has very little meaning – it’s the hole in the roof or the faulty pipe that is causing this leak that matters most. This is what complementary/alternate searches for – not the symptom or diagnosis, but the source of the problem. From there, a proper and complete plan of action is established with the patient’s individual source problem in mind so that not only are symptoms diminished (no more water stain or leak coming from the wall), but the source of the problem is fixed (the faulty pipe behind the wall or hole in the roof).



    “A wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses.” 

    -Hippocrates, Regimen in Medicine