ANS Testing & Neural Scans

The autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulates physiologic processes, such as blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, digestion, metabolism, and other processes.

Neural Scans are a remarkeable alternative to x-rays, CT SCANs, and MRIs that provides 95 percent accracy without any kind of invasive painful treatment.

Benefits of ANS Testing

Peripheral Small Fiber Neuropathy

Frequently associated with Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome. Other conditions may include: HIV, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Celiac Disease, Hepatitis C, Restless Leg Syndrome, Abnormal Thyroid Function.

Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy (CAN)

High blood glucose levels over a period of years may cause CAN. Nerves that signal the heart to beat faster are called Autonomic Nerves. When nerve damage affects the heart, it is referred to as CAN. CAN is not a disease of the heart; it is a problem with the nerves that control heart rate.

Cardiovascular and Peripheral Artery Disease

Atherosclerosis is the most common cause of CVD. Plaque buildup thickens and stiffens artery walls which inhibit blood flow through arteries to organs and tissues. In the heart it is known as coronary artery disease and in the legs it is known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD). CVD and PAD can be caused by correctable problems, such as an unhealthy diet, lack of exercise, being overweight and smoking.

Early Detection for Endothelial Dysfunction

Endothelial dysfunction is a well‐established response to cardiovascular risk factors and precedes the development of atherosclerosis. When cardiovascular risk factors are treated the endothelial dysfunction may be reversed. It is an independent predictor of cardiac events.

Adjunct in Diabetes Treatment

Early detection of Peripheral Small Fiber Neuropathy and Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy.

Cardio-Metabolic Risk Markers (CMR)

The combination of VitalScan tests provides important Cardiometabolic Risk Measurements (CMR): a set of results used to assess the cluster of risk factors which are good indicators of a patient’s overall risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD). CMR focuses clinical attention on the value of systematic evaluation, education, lifestyle and behavior changes, disease prevention, and treatment. Assessing CMR provides a more comprehensive picture of a patient’s health and potential risk for future disease.

Uncover Major Illnesses & Other Diseases

Non-Invasive Testing

A Quick Test That Could Safe Your Life

Over 30 Standardized Tests Available

Can Be Done At Your Primary Care Doctor's Office

Can Be Done At Your Primary Care Doctor's Office

Test For 8 Key Risk Factors 


Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction


Sudomotor Dysfunction


Plethysmography Cardiovascular Disease


Insulin Resistance


Endothelial Dysfunction Risk


Small Fiber Neuropathy


Cardio Autonomic Neuropathy


Cardiometabolic RIsk

Benefits of Neural Scans


Improves clinical outcomes through early, objective assessment.


Detects declines in memory markers 15 years prior to the manifestation of symptoms.

Detects head injuries that a CT or MRI may be unable to detect.

Quick and Easy

Quick and easy functional assessment in the office allowing initiation of effective treatment options, altering the path of the disease state.


Uses ANS/HRV, EEG, and ERP as reliable measures for head injuries.

Assesses pathology and ANS effects in patients suffering from chronic pain.


Empowers the physician to initiate necessary treatment early and assists with bio-feedback interventions.

Non-Opioid Treatment

Provides a non-opioid treatment for patients suffering from chronic pain.