What is Thermography?

Thermography is a method that involves infrared imaging by means of cameras that “read” the whole infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum and create images. Medical thermography uses infrared technology to deliver an image of the body’s physiological responses. It does all this without the use of radiation, contact or other aggressive means. This test has no side effects or risks.

A FDA approved and state-of-the-art thermal imaging camera helps transmit information about the body’s skin temperature to a computer, which then translates these patterns to images, stored as color and black and white pictures.

By perceiving thermal asymmetry or by observing alterations of the vascular patterns, the physician now has access to more data to help them make a better assessment of breast, neurological and other conditions.

Why Thermography?

Thermal imaging has been an accessible medical test for more than half a decade now, and its non-medical applications pre-exist that by a decade. Despite controversy in its early days, this tool has endured the test of time and has developed the mainstay in many diagnostic ventures. With the growing technological developments of thermal imaging cameras and the latest and best software accessible, a better question would be WHY NOT THERMOGRAPHY!

This is a completely harmless, non-radiologic, non-invasive, trouble-free test with absolutely no hostile effects and NO contraindications. It can be used at any age and delivers a diagnostic tool far greater to others in early phases of some diseases.

It is well-documented in all fields of medicine that the initial discovery leads to the best result. In this extremely scientific age where patients are becoming well-informed and more pro-active with respect to their health, thermography offers a harmless means of initial discovery.

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