Some of you know that I do thermography scans in addition to advanced laboratory testing in my practice.
A thermography - also known as infrared scan - is able to detect disease before they manifest.
Thermography is able to see the onset of tissue changes (inflammation) before a solid tumor can be seen with mammography. When we already have solid tumors, there have been often 5-10 years of tissues changes going on. It is a much more difficult path to treat disease in the late stages than in the early stages. We can prevent disease if we detect the first imbalances early.
Thermography is something everyone incl. our kids should do annually as a basic checkup to ensure health status is stable and be able to detect any imbalances and target that.
We talk a lot about health prevention, but if we don't check for imbalances, how can we prevent disease from happening?
We want to know the signs of weaknesses in our body before we deal with full-blown symptoms like cancer, IBS, kidney failure, fatty liver etc. - that, so we can make painless minor changes in time. After we get sick, more radical approaches are needed to turn the development, which often has been decades in the making - we just don't react til the symptoms are debilitating or we fall over from a stroke That is too late.
in right side of thermography you can see inflammation in relation to root canals done. Teeth affect the entire body's health, why it is critical to treat chronic inflammation and bacteria infection as it often occurs in mercury fillings and root canals. This goes undetected by dental x-ray and symptoms often become systemic with time - affect the immune system and our ability to fight off disease.
A thermography of the entire body can see organ health incl. liver function, lymph congestion, nerve activity, dental inflammation as often occurs in relations to root canals and mercury fillings (these things go undetected by the dental xray, unfortunately), sinus issues and eye health along with hormone balance, gut bacteria flora, thyroid function and more.
I use the latest equipment with the highest solution to give you the most accurate scan possible, along with having a doctor with over 30 years experience in analyzing scans.
One of the most crucial parts of thermography, and any scan for that matter, is who reads the scan. Often one doctor can miss something that a more experienced doctor will notice. Why I pay one of the best American doctors, Dr. Melvin, to analyze every scan that I do for you.
Dr. Melvin was live answering questions on thermography 10th of June - click here to see the playback.