Medical Thermography: Full Body, Breast, and Specific Areas of Interest

Medical DITI is a noninvasive diagnostic technique that allows our interpreting physicians to visualize and quantify changes in skin surface temperature. This visual image graphically maps the body temperature of the thermogram. The spectrum of colors indicates an increase or decrease in the amount of infrared radiation being emitted from the body surface. Medical DITI’s major clinical value is in its high sensitivity to pathology in the vascular, muscular, neural and skeletal systems and as such can contribute to the pathogenesis and diagnosis made by the clinician.



DITI provides the benefit of early detection of functional change but is NOT a stand alone technology and is not designed to replace current imaging modalities.


Clinical Thermography is just a simple test of physiology that relies on the sympathetic nerve control of skin blood flow and the ability of the sympathetic system to respond and react to pathology anywhere in the body.


Thermal imaging is the only tool that can visualize areas of inflammation that indicate unhealthy (possibly dangerous) patterns that require intervention, additional forms of imaging, clinical evaluation, risk assessment, or a combination of any of the above.


Clinician and patient, working together, can use thermal imaging to monitor for improvements in treatment to evaluate for changed/improved thermal patterns.


Prevention demands detection of subclinical inflammatory patterns that must be addressed. Optimal health requires treatment of inflammation, lymph congestion, hormone imbalances, and dietary factors that eventually lead to organ dysfunction or ill-health.


DITI is utilized as a risk assessment tool by evaluating health. DITI contributes information about functional (physiological) abnormalities as well as can identify the location of suspicious thermal findings that may be outside the ability of other tests.

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