How Thermography Works

Our regulation thermography system measures precise skin temperatures of body organs and visually displays the readings in the form of graphs. Infrared measurements of skin temperatures from 120 body points are taken before and after exposure to a cool-ambient room temperature.

Skin temperature determined by influences of the nervous system’s innervations to the capillary beds constrict or dilate in response to the cool air. Your thermogram is very specific to your unique biochemical profile.

As the nervous system reacts to the cool air, analogous to the “fight or flight” reaction, signals travel from the spinal cord through the regional nerve ganglia that innervate the organs of that region. They continue to the skin’s capillary beds, where temperatures providing organ and tissue health information can be measured. Comparing temperatures before and after stress has proven to correlate with imbalances often related to degenerative or inflammatory conditions.

The regulation thermography tool measures the difference between the two temperatures taken before and after the cool air exposure. This data is compared to a database of healthy patients and reveals deviations that identify patterns that are reflected in easy to understand charts and reports. The reports are objectively, mathematically written and available the same day.