Thermography serves as a valuable tool and offers multiple applications for full body imaging.  It can help identify and monitor a number of diseases and physical injuries by showing thermal abnormalities.  Thermography can help to visualize pain when other tests fail to find the cause.  Full body thermal imagining is an additional risk free tool, free of radiation or harmful contrast dye that can provide you with new health information and/or help confirm illnesses you may be dealing with.

As discussed by Dr. Lipton in the video below, thermography is a test of physiology as opposed to anatomy, allowing for earlier detection of abnormalities and precursors to disease.  This is key to being able to take preventative steps in fighting or preventing disease.

Autonomic patterns are normally hypothermic and can relate to organ dysfunction like this Coronary Artery Disease.


This phlebitis was not detected by other tests.  Vascular pain and inflammation can be graphically shown with Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI).

Difficult to diagnose TMJ syndromes can be assessed to show the combined effects of inflammation as well as neurological dysfunction.


The muscular and myofascial inflammation of Fibromyalgia can be objectively and accurately documented and monitored.

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Check out what conditions digital infrared thermal imaging can identify!