Thermography, an FDA-approved medical imaging technique since the 1980s, is not a novel procedure. Unlike other conventional screening modalities that focus primarily on identifying anomalies in the physical structure of the body, thermography examines the body’s heat emissions to understand its functioning and detect any potential abnormalities.
Thermal imaging provides crucial insights into whether the body has acclimated to an anomaly, underpinning the notion that the human body possesses inherent healing capabilities.
Often, we are led to believe that external medical intervention is the only way to combat disease when, in reality, our bodies are well-equipped to heal themselves. Therefore, the goal is to provide the body with the conditions necessary for its successful self-restoration, and by monitoring thermal variations, thermography helps assess the body’s health status.
It’s crucial to realize that not every detected lump or abnormality needs surgical intervention. If the body has already adapted and is functioning as expected, it may in some cases be best to leave an anomaly alone, unlike conventional screening methods and run-of-the-mill doctors. On the contrary, thermography serves as a proactive measure, aiming to predict problems that may be developing, but doing everything to support your body to heal itself.
Thermography assesses blood flow patterns, inflammation and function using advanced and highly sensitive equipment. It is a non-invasive, non-contact system of recording body temperature by measuring infrared radiation emitted by the body surface. It is a passive, pain free, fast, low cost and sensitive method.
Breast Thermography is invaluable screening for men and women alike, providing early indications of breast health risks, including cancer.
Using infrared imaging, we can detect variations and irregularities in temperature and heat patterns throughout breast tissue, which may suggest certain abnormalities such as inflammation or tumor growth.
It’s non-invasive, radiation-free, and doesn’t involve any potentially harmful chest compression typical of other mainstream screening methods, making it as comfortable as it is safe for regular and ongoing monitoring.
Prostate and Testicular Thermography uses advanced thermal imaging to detect any potential or present health issues relating to the prostate and testicular areas. We can identify any abnormal heat patterns that may suggest inflammation or other possible conditions, even prior to any symptoms!