Whole Body Thermal Imaging
Thermal imaging of the body is unlike any other imaging process used in modern medicine. All other forms of imaging including, x-ray, CY, MRI, and ultrasound, put energy into the body to image the anatomy.
Thermal imaging is a whole new way of thinking, a new paradigm!
Thermal imaging portrays the function of the body, not the anatomy. As soon as your body responds to any health issue, the nervous system responds by changing blood flow and circulation. In general, acute health issues have more circulation and chronic health issues sometimes have less circulation.
Increases in blood flow to different areas of the body can indicate musculoskeletal changes, trauma, arthritis, or infection. Decrease in blood flow to areas of the body can indicate heart disease, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, or autoimmune disorders.
Hotter areas show red to white(hottest) and cold areas show blue to black( coldest)
Decreased temperature in hand associated with Raynaud’s disease or reflex sympathetic dystrophy
Heat around mouth associated with dental infections, cold area in left chest associated with coronary artery disease
Inflammation of the right kidney area
Injury of left shin, confirmed stress fracture by x-ray
Inflammation over the carotid artery area
Inflammation over the temperomandibular joint (TMJ)
Cool area in upper back associated with chronic fatigue syndrome or fibromyalgia
Carpel tunnel of right wrist as opposed to cervical disc pain associated with C7/8
Lumbar disc disease, low back pain
A CAT scan