Thermography Visualizes Inflammation
Inflammation is believed to be the root cause of disease, illness and ailments that plague people from all walks of life.
Inflammation is our bodyʼs way of telling us that something is wrong, or trying to fight back against what is harming it.
This means that when our bodies are struggling with inflammation, itʼs a warning sign of something else occurring within the body. It is the result of any injury to tissue, including trauma, toxins, surgery, burns, bacteria, etc.
Although inflammation has been studied for decades, thereʼs still a lot to learn about this complex physiological condition.
Inflammation is basically state of hyperactivity in the body, in which the immune systemʼs reserve capacity is thrown into overdrive.
This excess immune activation sends the wrong cellular signals to various parts of the body — and can wind up worsening conditions like diabetes, Alzheimerʼs, and potentially even cancer.
“The connection between inflammation and cancer has moved to center stage in the research arena,” notes Robert A. Weinberg ofthe Massachusetts Institute of Technologyʼs Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research.
Understanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
Pain associated with CRPS is characterized as constant, extremely intense, and out of proportion to the original injury. The pain is typically accompanied by swelling, skin changes, extreme sensitivity, and can often be debilitating. It usually affects one or more of the four limbs but can occur in any part of the body and in over 70% of the victims it spreads to additional areas.
CRPS is ranked as the most painful form of chronic pain that exists today by the McGill Pain Index.
“The diagnosis and management of neuropathic pain requires neurovascular autonomic tests such as infrared thermal imaging.” - Dr. Hooshang Hooshmand, M.D.
Body Thermography Pricing
Pricing for all scans includes:
images, doctor's report & review appointment and
coaching session/information with Integrative Health Coach
Upper Body (breast excluded) Scan $249**
Lower Body Scan $249
Cranial/Thyroid Scan $199
Full Body (breast excluded) Scan $399**
**Given that the breast is more complex and graded differently than the rest of the body, we cannot merge reports. If you wish to add a Breast Scan to the Upper Body or Full Body Scan, it can be added for +$150 to the price listed above.