Instrumental diagnostics

Heart rate variability and cardiac coherence

A physiological phenomenon characterised by variability of the intervals between heartbeats over time.


A method of biological holistic medicine that sees a person as a whole, not just the sum of their individual organs. It has both therapeutic and diagnostic applications.


An innovative device capable of rapidly providing important health information that can best guide diagnosis and treatment.

Electroacupuncture according to Voll

A diagnostic and therapeutic method with foundations in biophysics. Invented in 1953 thanks to the intuition of Dr Reinhold Voll and his collaborators, this device can measure energy at acupuncture points and therefore provide precise information about the functional status of the patient, their organs and systems.


A perfect non-invasive “screening” method that measures temperature values at precise anatomical points.

PSE – psychoenergetic therapy (Banis)

This test is able to rapidly demonstrate the psychosomatic and unconscious conflicts that affect the patient. This therapy is particularly suitable for children.


Echography or ultrasonography is a non-invasive method that uses ultrasound to evaluate internal organs.

Electrocardiogram – ECG

Measurement of the heart’s electrical activity by applying twelve electrodes to the surface of the body.


A test that evaluates lung function. It is very important in follow-up of patients with chronic lung diseases like pulmonary fibrosis or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).

Postural examination

Performed through physical examination and the use of advanced analysis tools that do not present any side effects. This examination allows a personalised postural re-education programme to be developed, which is periodically monitored and, if necessary, optimised through additional postural examinations.