April 6

How Full Body Thermography Works

Key Takeaways

How Full Body Thermography Works

One Client’s Experience

What Does Full Body Thermography Measure?

The Smart Choice

There is a proactive, effective method of monitoring the entire body for early warning signs of disease. It’s called thermography, a system that measures the heat from the body and reproduces it as colored images that can provide valuable information to health practitioners about your health.

Thermography is a safe and effective option for a patient who desires a proactive modality for monitoring and caring for their health.

One Client’s Experience

“This was one doctor’s appointment I was actually excited for,” said the patient. “I had been to so many over the last few decades knowing something was not right with my body. Every time they took a blood test, I was normal and they couldn’t do anything for me. But the day I did my thermograph, Dr. Michelle found some issues that explained why I was having the issues I was having. She was super nice, caring, and explained everything to me. She let me ask lots of questions and she took the time to actually listen to me. Then she gave me a few things to work on before our next appointment.”

The patient said the evaluation was easy and painless and took no time at all. “I was shocked that the test was relatively quick and so simple.”

She got her results moments later. “It’s really neat what’s shown in the thermography scan. They give you a color-coded chart and you can actually see the areas of your body where the issues are.”

How Full Body Thermography Works

Most scans and testing are designed to identify diseases after they have already progressed to a disease state. Regulation Point Thermography identifies functional changes years before those changes cause a disease to develop or progress.

During a Regulation Thermography experience, you will go into a temperature controlled room where a certified technician uses a wand to take temperature readings on 119 different points on the body. This is a painless, comfortable process. Each one of these points corresponds to the function of an organ or system in the body.

First, the technician gets a baseline reading of all 119 points. Then you go through a cooling period where you stand comfortably in your underwear, exposing the skin to the cool room. This forces the body to respond to a “cooling stress.” That way, when the technician comes in and takes the second set of readings (the same 119 points again), the test shows how each of those areas responded.

Is the organ or system inflamed? Is the organ working too hard to maintain function? Is the organ or area sluggish? Is the area blocked by toxins? All of these responses show up on Regulation Point Thermogram.

Your physician will then give you suggestions to help correct any issues. These therapies may be in the form of supplements and herbs, diet changes, or other treatments that fit your situation.

Regulation Point Thermography is very different from Camera Thermography. Camera Thermography looks more like the thermal imaging pictures you are used to, but don’t be fooled because it does not show the functional changes like Point Thermography does.

The patient said the evaluation was easy and painless and took no time at all. “I was shocked that the test was relatively quick and so simple.”

She got her results moments later. “It’s really neat what’s shown in the thermography scan. They give you a color-coded chart and you can actually see the areas of your body where the issues are.”

One Client’s Experience

“This was one doctor’s appointment I was actually excited for,” said the patient. “I had been to so many over the last few decades knowing something was not right with my body. Every time they took a blood test, I was normal and they couldn’t do anything for me. But the day I did my thermograph, Dr. Michelle found some issues that explained why I was having the issues I was having. She was super nice, caring, and explained everything to me. She let me ask lots of questions and she took the time to actually listen to me. Then she gave me a few things to work on before our next appointment.”

The patient said the evaluation was easy and painless and took no time at all. “I was shocked that the test was relatively quick and so simple.”

She got her results moments later. “It’s really neat what’s shown in the thermography scan. They give you a color-coded chart and you can actually see the areas of your body where the issues are.”

The patient said the evaluation was easy and painless and took no time at all. “I was shocked that the test was relatively quick and so simple.”

She got her results moments later. “It’s really neat what’s shown in the thermography scan. They give you a color-coded chart and you can actually see the areas of your body where the issues are.”

What Does Full Body Thermography Measure?

Full Body Regulation Point Thermography is an adjunctive diagnostic tool approved to evaluate the following areas:

Breasts, Ovaries, Uterus

Prostate

Pancreas

Colon

Liver

Gallbladder

Intestines

Heart

Spinal Column

Kidneys

Adrenals

Stomach

Teeth and Gums

Lymphatic System

Endocrine (hormone) System

Immune System

Thymus

Sinus

Thyroid

And More!

Regular full-body thermography screenings offer a way to see more clearly into the subtle realms of change in the body. Basically, thermography creates a baseline with which to observe changes over time in a risk- and radiation-free environment.

The patient said the evaluation was easy and painless and took no time at all. “I was shocked that the test was relatively quick and so simple.”

She got her results moments later. “It’s really neat what’s shown in the thermography scan. They give you a color-coded chart and you can actually see the areas of your body where the issues are.”

The patient said the evaluation was easy and painless and took no time at all. “I was shocked that the test was relatively quick and so simple.”

She got her results moments later. “It’s really neat what’s shown in the thermography scan. They give you a color-coded chart and you can actually see the areas of your body where the issues are.”

The Smart Choice

Created in Germany over 40 years ago, this test is widely used in Europe to reveal underlying root causes and conditions that eventually lead to disease. The results of Regulation Point Thermography measurements have been cross-referenced with MRIs, CT scans, blood work, and other tests. The accuracy of the Point Thermography results was verified by over 100,000 patients from European doctors and hospitals.

Full body thermography is an excellent tool for detecting potential problems without radiation or invasive procedures. It’s also a great way to monitor your overall health. Think of it as an annual physical for your organs and systems! By understanding how the entire environment of the body has changed or what underlying issues are impacting multiple areas of the body at once, you can make simple changes that ultimately help restore whole-body health and wellbeing.

Be proactive in your health. It’s the smart choice!

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