Our mission and vision

Our body is a complex system, comprised of many interconnected and interdependent components, with each component responsible for its unique responsibility to keep the whole system working smoothly and keep the body healthy. Yet if even one part becomes weaker, injured or out of balance, then the entire system can be compromised by requiring another component to make up for the inability of the weakened component to function properly.. The body does this to balance the whole system and allow it to work rather than stopping all together.

This principle is present throughout both our mechanical and biological systems, and many scientific studies on this subject can be easily discovered on the internet and in any library. This compensation principle has its obvious benefits but also some hidden catches. Benefits - the whole system will continue to operate, even knowing that some part has become weak or severely impaired. The hidden catch is that the extra load put on other bodily functions and systems may over-stress the compensating systems and cause them to work harder than normal. This extra work load can results in failure of the compensating system, which can cause a cascade across the entire body and all systems to the point where the body’s functions begin to fail.

Most people have observed how bit by bit a healthy and well-balanced body can start to slip out of balance; mornings get harder and harder, and tasks that used to take a short time now take two or three times as long to accomplish. This slowing process shows that the compensatory process of our body works to keep us going no matter what, until the very end. But why wait until it’s too late?

Many problems start in our bodies, and in the mechanisms that keep us healthy, long ago before we can precisely identify the specific causes or reasons. But at this point it is often a serious problem that needs medical attention. Often health fails us unexpectedly and suddenly, without warning, in the moments we least expect.

While yesterday one may have been energetic and optimistic about the future, tomorrow can see a different person altogether. Many ‘silent killers’ may be building up in the body without advance notice, including heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, ulcers, liver problems, kidney failure, neglected or un-noticed infections… and many more.. We don’t take time to go to doctors and take all the tests that could detect these issues before they become serious problems because most people don’t have time for that, and don’t even know something in the body is going wrong… until it’s too late. Once the signs of serious failures in many bodily systems and functions start to show, it may be more difficult to turn them around.

Now imagine that you can easily monitor your health and how the body’s systems are performing, and that it would take just 10 minutes of your time, and that you could do it at home or anywhere you like. Imagine if monitoring your own health might get you to the doctor sooner, or before a serious life-threatening event happened. Imagine if you could catch changes in your body before they became problems, would you do it?

If you feel that just 10 minutes a few times a week is worth it to keep your health in good shape, and alert you to potentially serious or impending health problems, RaDoTech will help you in your journey to maintain a healthy and joyful life.

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RaDoTech Technologies OU
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Tallinn, Paldiski mnt. 227-17, 13520, Estonia
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RaDoTech is not a medical device by any means. It cannot prevent, treat or cure any medical problems. If RaDoTech gives you any advice - you should consult with your doctor first. Just like any other modern device, it helps you in tracking and monitoring your daily metrics, lifestyle and fitness activities. Nonetheless, if one or more of your metrics levels are low or high and you see alarming dynamics, it would be wise to visit your doctor. 
Even if all your metrics are fine, it does not mean you should skip regular visits to your doctor.