Thermography- Thermal Imaging

The best early detection and none invasive way to look for underlying health conditions, including
Breast Scan and Bone Problems.

Very early Breast Screening and injury monitoring the body produces heat which must be lost to the environment. The interface between this heat production and the environment is the skin so the body depends on heat transfer from the skin to regulate its temperature. The skin is a dynamic organ that is under the control of the sympathetic nervous system and is constantly adjusting to balancing internal and external temperature conditions. Thermal imaging is the most efficient technique for the study of skin temperature distribution. By measuring bi-lateral anatomical sites and identifying significant changes, thermal imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic modality.

Thermal Imaging is particularly useful for the monitoring of treatment,
whether surgical, physical or pharmacologic.

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging

This machine is amazing and helps with early detection. Monitoring the progress of treatment, and in some cases, you can scan every few weeks between other more detailed scans.

Can you scan children?

Yes, any age, this technology only measures the external body temperature, nothing enters the body. Young children crying a lot? This is what you need, to see if they have a tooth problem, back problem or other unknown conditions other processes have not found.


Why choose Thermography?

IMT - Infrared Medical Thermography is also known as DITI Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging

IMT is a safe, painless, non-invasive, and radiation-free test.
It accurately measures and monitors the body's heat emissions. IMT can assist with the finding, diagnosis, and monitoring of treatment and healing in various conditions.

IMT is successfully used in Europe and North America for breast screening, pain assessment, and many other medical conditions. We like this service because it can detect problems under the arms and all over the soft tissue area of the body.

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most common of the peripheral entrapment neuropathies. The diagnosis of CTS is usually based on clinical history, physical examination, and electrodiagnostic studies. Thermography is of value in the clinical diagnosis of CTS.

The dorsal and palmar views of both hands are imaged. The dorsal portions of the thumb, index finger, and the long finger of each hand were measured from the metacarpophalangeal joint to the fingertip for the entire width of each finger. The same area of the palmar region of each hand was also measured.
The thenar area is defined by the following four landmarks:

(1) the apex of the first web space.

(2) the midpoint of the wrist.

(3) the lateral point where the hand meets the forearm.

(4) the lateral point at the base of the thumb.

(5) Breast Screening.

Thermal Imaging is the earliest screening for finding potential problems in breasts, especially young and small breasts that cannot be screened safely in other ways. Tennis elbow

Tennis elbow is a common painful condition of the lateral elbow with localized epicondylar tenderness and a tendency to recur. The pathogenesis in most cases is now believed to involve a micro tear at the origin of the extensor carpi radialis brevis accompanied by inflammatory granulation tissue.
Infrared thermography supports inflammatory, vascular pathogenesis with a characteristic hot focus over the lateral epicondyle.