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.

Elevated hsCRP h/s (Highly Sensitive C Reactive Protein) is an early risk indicator for heart disease. CRP gives us a gauge of the amount of inflammation in the body. When CRP is elevated AND the thermal image indicates high activity in the carotid region, there’s a VERY strong correlation to the early development of vascular disease. When our interpreting physicians see this type of thermal image, a CRP and carotid ultrasound is strongly advised.