Clinical thermography relies on analyzing skin temperatures as a reflection of normal/abnormal human physiology.
This non-invasive procedure uses ultra-sensitive infrared cameras through a computer interface.
Medical research has shown thermography to be helpful in the diagnosis of
- Breast cancer
- Nervous system disorders
- Metabolic disorders
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Headaches, neck and back problems
- TMJ conditions
- Pain syndromes
- Vascular disorders
- Soft-tissue injuries