Thermal Imaging & Wellness Services
Digital Infrared thermal imaging is a totally non-invasive clinical imaging procedure for detecting and mentoring a number of diseases and physical injuries, by showing the thermal abnormalities present in the body. Thermal imaging is used as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring therapy progress for conditions and injuries.
At Mat-Su Skin Deep Thermal Imaging, our team of ACCT-certified Clinical Thermographers provide safe, radiation-free, non-invasive scans using our state-of-the-art Meditherm med2000™ Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging System.
Why Choose Thermal Imaging?
– Thermography can detect disease and injury by revealing the thermal abnormalities present in the body.
– Can assess pain and pathology anywhere on the body and is very helpful in monitoring therapy.
No radiation – 100% safe for everyone.
– Non-invasive, no injections.
– Offers privacy – no bodily contact.
Medical Thermal Imaging is the only method that can “visualize” pain. 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.
Clinical thermography is providing the answers in the diagnosis of pain. It is a very useful adjunct procedure to other diagnostic tools, and can assess pain and pathology anywhere on the body. It is very cost effective, risk free and provides instant images.
Clinical Thermography also helps fill the gaps in clinical diagnosis. X-Ray, C.T. Ultrasound and M.R.I. etc. are all tests of ‘anatomy’ that measure the structures of your body. Clinical thermography is unique in its capability to show physiological change and metabolic processes. Whether your pain is acute or chronic, Thermography can help you, and your healthcare professional, to safely get you back to better health.
Mat-Su Skin Deep Provides Thermographic Scans In The State of Alaska