PIP (Polycontrast Interference Photography) is a visual non-invasive scanning system that reveals where current problems may exist and interestingly where developing issues might arise.
PIP is commonly used to enable practitioners and their clients to see recordings of ‘before and after treatment and healthcare plans,’ and thereby motivating patients to make better-informed health choices. PIP can assess and evaluate health issues; show developing and existing stresses to the body; demonstrate healing procedures; and provides an evaluation of treatment methods and systems.
A trained PIP practitioner is capable of indicating healthy and imbalanced areas of the body, which in turn relates to areas of ease and stress. PIP has potential as a predictive evaluation system, as it reveals the surrounding energy waves and disturbance perhaps before physical issues take hold. It further acts as a motivational measurement system to encourage patients to make better informed health choices and steer clear of developing issues. Additionally it assists the practitioner to evaluate their course of treatment as subsequent changes can be evaluated with further PIP scans to measure the changes.
PIP is primarily used in clinics to improve healthcare approaches. It is relatively straight forward to use, having computer and camera experience helps with learning and also reducing the price of the system. PIP shows the interference and transference of light patterns, at and beyond the visible range, mostly from the near infrared spectrum. It does this by video recording and then recoding the light intensities through the PIP computer programme. We use standardised clinical environments.