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How Can Thermography help you?

Full Body Imaging
We see what others can’t!

Detecting disease & pain in its earliest stages so you can change the outcome!
Safe, No Radiation, No Compression, No Contact, FDA Approved, Non Invasive

Digital infrared thermal imaging is a totally non-invasive clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries, by showing the thermal abnormalities present in the body.

It is used as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring therapy progress, for conditions and injuries, including:

Back Injuries
Arthritis
Headache
Nerve Damage
Unexplained Pain
Fibromyalgia
RSD (CRPS)
Dental and TMJ
Artery Inflammation
Breast Disease
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Disc Disease
Inflammatory Pain
Skin Cancer
Referred Pain Syndrome
Sprain/Strain
Stroke Screening
Whiplash
Digestive Disorders
Vascular Disease
Cancer
Heart Disease

Your results are reported quickly by certified doctors and include all colour images taken during your test.

Your results are reported quickly by certified doctors and include all colour images taken during your test.

Unlike most diagnostic tests D.I.T.I. is:
• Non invasive
• No radiation
• Painless
• No contact with the body

This quick and easy test starts with your medical history being taken before you partially disrobe for the scanning to be performed.

Standard region of interest exams take approximately 15 minutes and a full body 30 minutes. Your printed report is normally completed within a few days.

X-Ray, C.T. Ultrasound and M.R.I. etc are all tests of ‘anatomy’ that measure the structures of your body….. DITI is unique in its capability to show physiological change and metabolic processes.

Vascular
Inflammatory Pain

“I actually began to wonder if my pain was real. With all of the tests I’d had, surely one should have shown some reason for my pain. With the DITI scan, my doctor, my family and I can see the cause of my pain, and now I know I’m not going crazy.” Newcastle DITI patient

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