What is a Thermal Body Scan?
An Infrared thermal scan (or thermography/thermal imaging) is a non-invasive, uses no radiation, a procedure that detects, records and produces a careful analysis and image of skin surface temperature patterns (body heat) as a reflection of normal or abnormal human physiology.
Is Thermography Approved By the FDA?
Breast thermography was approved by the FDA in 1982 only as an adjunct to mammography.
What Is Thermography Used For?
Medical Thermography (digital infrared thermal imaging – DITI) is used as a method of research for early pre-clinical diagnosis and control during treatment of homeostatic imbalances. Thermography is completely safe and uses no radiation.
A performance body scan is composed of two individual scans. The first scan is done while the body is at rest or before an activity is performed on the body. This is considered the control scan. The second scan is performed after the workout or the physical conditioning or change.
Performance & body scans:
- Body building
- Isolated areas
- Varicose veins