SHANNON GREGORY IS MOVING LOCATIONS!
As of June 1st, the new head office will be located at
3505 Wyecroft Road, Unit 12
905-464-5257 for Appointment
Live Cell Blood Analysis is simple, quick and accurate with
immediate results discussed and viewed together on a monitor.
From a simple drop of blood using numbered blood slides that we extract from your finger, this test can provide a small amazing amount of information.
See your blood at a cellular level!
Let us give you the data to help you
Live blood testing enables us to see how your blood behaves in your body.
By using a high powered microscope and high definition software we explain and walk you through what is found in your blood cells and plasma.
Seeing the immune system moving throughout the sample and what is
happening in the plasma and cells is a fascinating experience that can help you put the puzzle pieces together to see what is happening on a different level.
Even though live blood examines and tests for other issues not found in your regular blood work,
some components are the same. However, seeing it live exposes so much more as you are viewing it with us.
We also have many tools to look deeper and focus directly in certain areas of the body.
Anyone can have live cell testing; you do not have to be unwell.
We give many food suggestions for even the healthiest individual.
Follow-up testing provides information to clearly track patient and your own progress.
This enables us to highlight areas in the treatment plan that can help you heal faster.
Live and layered blood cell analysis is non-diagnostic.
Microcell Sciences Inc. is different than other live blood cell
analysts as we also intertwine microbiology to help in seeing the
possibilities of other chronic infections.
Together we are working to create a standardization of LBA
interpretations and data bank for physicians throughout our company.
We are legitimizing the use of LBA by working with other physicians to
help verify interpretations with other diagnostic tests.
Even though live blood cell analysis is non-diagnostic, it can assist
in guiding your doctor into areas of need.
We welcome you to join and view your own blood.