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Thermal Imaging - Who can Benefit?

Everyone can benefit from thermal imaging. Thermal imaging of breast
tissue is for all women (and men) of all ages. It is also suitable
for women who have had implants and women who are pregnant since there
is no radiation. 30-50 yr old women have denser breast tissue making
mammography less effective, therefore thermal imaging for this age group
is highly recommended. Women who are called for mammograms are also able
to benefit from thermal imaging because thermal imaging can detect early
changes which mammograms can miss.

Thermal Imaging is not just for breast health. There are a whole host of
other uses listed below, again making it suitable for everyone who may
fall into any of the following categories:

INDICATIONS FOR A THERMOGRAPHIC EVALUATION:

 

Altered Ambulatory Kinetics  Altered Biokinetics  Arteriosclerosis  Brachial Plexus Injury 
Bursitis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Causalgia Compartment Syndromes
Disc Disease Disc Syndromes Dystrophy External Carotid Insufficiency
Hysteria Headache Evaluation Herniated Disc Herniated Nucleus Pulposis
Hyperflexion Injury Inflammatory Disease Internal Carotid Insufficiency Infectious Disease (Shingles,Leprosy)
Lower Motor Neuron Disease Lupus Malingering Median Nerve Neuropathy
Muscle Tear Musculoligamentous Spasm Nerve Entrapment Nerve Impingement
Nerve Stretch Injury Nerve Trauma Neuropathy Neurovascular Compression
Neuropraxia Neoplasia(melanoma, squamous cell, basal) Nutritional Disease(Alcoholism,Diabetes)  Peripheral Nerve Injury
Referred Pain Syndrome Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Ruptured Disc Somatization disorders 
Stroke Screening Synovitis Sensory Loss Sensory Nerve Abnormality
Skin Abnormalities Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Temporal Arteritis Trigeminal Neuralgia
Tendonitis Ulnar Nerve Entrapment Whiplash Biomechanical Impropriety
Breast Disease Cord Pain/Injury Deep Vascular Disease Facet Syndromes
Grafts Hyperaesthesia Hyperextension Injury Lumbosacral Plexus Injury
Ligament Tear Morton's Neuroma Myofascial Irritation Nerve Pressure
Nerve Root Irritation Neuralgia Neuritis Peripheral Axon Disease
Raynaud's Soft Tissue Injury Sprain/Strain Somatic Abnormality
Superficial Vascular Disease Trigger Points TMJ Dysfunction