Yes, he uses the Hadoscan in what you pay him for the analysis. He can be anywhere in the world, and run the Hadoscan remotely to see how a client is responding to frequencies he is running for them.
I haven't had the analysis done by him, but a CZ friend recently paid to have it done. If a person hasn't used other types of "hard" biofeedback testing, then maybe it would be worth the $200 to have him do the analysis..but I don't think I would pay it. The CZ friend was told "Swine Flu" was the main thing that needed to be addressed. Even though she had just got her own F165/SC-1, which is what Sutherland then runs frequencies on for that client, Sutherland told her that he could run his Swine Flu frequencies 20x more effectively than she could run them for herself. So, she had him run them. She had no idea what had been run for sure, nor how long it was ran. The $200 fee is for two transmissions, but she didn't get any visible report, to see for herself what organs were the worst for her. IMO, he should include the hadoscan images for the client to see for themselves.
In his membership "research papers", he shows hadoscan images for specific problems. If the person paying the analysis fee could actually see the first one, and then see the results for themselves in the 2nd one, it would be alot better.
The hadoscan demo through Dale, would show those images for what is going on with you (via internet).
I haven't done that yet either. I keep forgetting to have my husband take a picture of me, which is also required for the Hadoscan demo. You can talk to Dale about it if you are interested. He'll have you set up a time with his wife, or assistant.
Sutherland charges "Lyme clients" $200 per week to run frequencies for them, and check up on them with the Hadoscan. Dale told me Sutherland has 12 sets of F165/SC-1 in his lab.