Health Screening



Thermal Imaging

What Is Thermal Imaging

Thermal screening is the visualization of thermal patterns via infrared sensors, to detect asymmetric anomalies which correspond to body ailments. This allows a physician an additional perspective in his diagnosis, detecting neurological & vascular information, not conventionally available on other detection mediums such as x-rays. For example, the blood supply vessels that are recruited by cancer cells tend to be atypical from normal, with this anomaly detectable by thermal screening. With the process being non-contact, non-invasive and painless procedure, it is easily administered easily & without side-effects. Such thermal screens are formally read by a board certified thermographic physician and include a coloured report for record

What Types Of Evaluations Are Done With Thermal Imaging

  • Breast health & disease monitoring
  • Blood vessel screening
  • Detect thermal indicators relating to inflammation
  • Chronic pain evaluation
  • Muscular skeletal disorders including wound healing and chronic pain
  • Impaired peripheral circulation like varicosities, peripheral vascular disease or blood viscosity issues
  • Neuropathies

Thermal Screening For Woman

Thermal imaging can be done on women of any age in monitoring breast health and early detection of disease. Given the dense amounts of breast tissue of women under 40, thermal screening is ideal for differentiating fibrocystic disease from possible active tumours. This is done by detecting the increased metabolic heat associated with increased vascularity of most suspicious growths with this “thermal signal” often being detected years in advance of a mass detected on x-ray. In addition, it can visualize blood vessel changes that may be associated with tumours induced angiogenesis

Pain Evaluation

Conventionally, identifying the cause of pain is a challenge to most physicians. Pain can be referred from the point of origin through a series of nerve pathways. This referral can become complicated to visualize and subsequently treat. While “evoked potential” exams display the sensory pathways and EMG the motor pathways of pain, these are not the only ones.  Thermal screening however, exclusively provides a visual, non-contact image of the autonomic nervous pathways, effectively monitoring the autonomic responses to pain. With these monitors viewed together, it allows a significantly quicker response to the problem. Thermal screening can also follow-up on the treatment of pain disorders. By taking an infrared picture of the region before and during therapy, the physician can document a visual proof of its effectiveness.


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