My name is Ross Andersen and I hold chiropractic, naturopathic and osteopathic degrees. I practiced as a chiropractor and naturopath concurrently from 1976 until 2006 in Toronto and Peterborough Ontario. My main focus in practice was finding the main cause or causes of my patient’s health challenges and working to eradicate them. I believe structure and function are easily as important as nutrition, toxicity and infections. In 2005 I encountered a bomb in the road of health and was lucky to survive an episode with metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the throat. I managed to eradicate this extremely deadly cancer without medical treatment and to some degree with the assistance of my live blood analysis. After this brush with death I decided to change my life and stop my busy practice in order to pursue other interests including teaching.
I started using live blood analysis in my practice in 1996 after studying with Dr. Philip Hoekstra of Dearborn Michigan who now runs Thermoscan labs and is presently concentrating on the development of thermography. I have been authorized by Dr. Hoekstra to teach Morphologic Hematology as it is now called and have taught medical practitioners as well as laypersons. I use a PowerPoint presentation and his teaching manuals in the course as well as my own experience, methods and extremely voluminous video library of blood samples.
The course usually consists of two parts, one being the basic three-day and the second being the advanced two day portion concentrating on infections. Health practitioners can generally get the whole program in three longer days of instruction. Prior knowledge of live blood is not necessary but some microbiology and hematology is of great use in absorbing this material.
I have personally performed over 7400 live blood exams and have developed a level of expertise in this area that is quite difficult to obtain. I have refined the techniques of examination and analysis in live blood to a fine art and a refined science. My course is easy to understand and with access to hundreds of hours of video footage with hundreds of patients suffering from various ailments, it is easy to grasp the concepts and come away with a depth of knowledge likely not obtainable in other courses. I have developed numerous techniques and analytical strategies as well as the art and science of extrapolation from the data to afford a wealth of knowledge about a patient from a live blood exam.
The material I teach is based solely in the sciences of hematology and microbiology. Everything I teach is based on these sciences and can be backed up by scientific and medical literature. I do not teach unsubstantiated disciplines that exist in the live blood field as I do not wish my students to be exposed to any risk from performing questionable unscientific principles. Some students go on to take other courses from various disciplines in the live blood field to further their knowledge and expand their horizons. Unfortunately there are some unscientific principles being taught in the world of live blood which have no substantiation.
I have numerous microscopes and I can accept up to 12 students per session at this point in time. Microscopes are extremely high-quality, refurbished Zeiss microscopes in the 1980s. They are cleaned and reconfigured and to replace one of these with a new scope would cost in the vicinity of $25,000. One of my hobbies is obtaining microscope components and configuring microscopes for live blood analysis. From 1998 until 2002 I owned the only Zeiss Axiomat microscope in the world that was configured for live blood analysis and was illuminated by a 250 W quartz halogen light source. I still have much of the video footage of the images obtained from this microscope which are of incredible interest to students of live blood.
I normally charge $1500 for the basic course and $1000 for the advanced and am willing to combine both courses for $2000 to health practitioners who can achieve accelerated learning. I also have teaching aids in the form of the PowerPoint presentations and high quality posters for the examination room wall to act as reference material. Students also receive a detailed reference manual for further study.