What is thermography?
Thermography is a non-invasive imaging technique that captures graphic images to map the body's temperature. The images created will show thermal symmetry in a normal healthy body and subtle abnormal temperature asymmetry in a possible unhealthy body. It is a valuable tool for alerting your doctor to changes that can indicate early disease or potential pathology.
Thermography is not a diagnostic tool.
The procedure is quick and easy. Your medical history is taken before you partially disrobe for the scan. The scanning is done by a technician who simply takes your picture. These photos and your medical history are sent to an interpretation company; your results are reported quickly by certified medical doctors and include all color images taken during your test.
Your thermal fingerprint or thermal baseline is established with your initial visit and a subsequent visit three months later. All of your thermograms (images) are kept on record and once your stable thermal pattern has been established any changes can be detected during a routine annual study.
The procedure is:
• Completely non-invasive
• Contains no radiation
• There is no contact with the body
Who Interprets the images? Thermologists are medical doctors that are trained and board certified to interpret thermograms by the American College of Clinical Thermology (ACCT). DOCS Outside the Box contracts with a group of 40+ highly experienced thermologists through the interpretation service: Electronic Medical Interpretation (EMI). This service is the most advanced, professional and innovative approach to medical thermal imaging interpretation.
Who is Thermography for? Thermography is for anyone, as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring therapy progress, for conditions and injuries, including:
Dental Issues TMJ
Headache Nerve Damage
Sprain/Strain Skin Cancer
Disc Disease Inflammatory Pain
Digestive Disorders Fibromyalgia
Back Injuries Vascular Disease
Unexplained Pain Whiplash
Artery Inflammation Arthritis
Stroke Screening RSD (CRPS)
Breast Disease Carpal Tunnel
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