"Medical Thermal Imaging is the earliest possible detection of nearly all degenerative disease."
If inflammatory diseases are so lethal, how can I proactively identify if I’m at risk?
Areas where Medical Thermal Imaging can identify inflammation:
BACK PROBLEMS The lower thoracic/lumbar spine and sacrum demonstrate diffuse hyperthermia, which is consistent with joint inflammation and correlates with the reported lower back pain.
IMMUNITY There is an area of hyperthermia over T2 that is consistent with autonomic dysfunction, with the reported neck and upper back pain.
SINUS The thermal patterns over the left maxillary, ethmoid and frontal sinuses suggest an inflammatory process, which correlates with the reported headaches, sinus problems and allergies.
CAROTID ARTERY The region of the left carotid artery shows linear hyperthermia, which raises the question of inflammation possibly related to elevated CRP levels.