CASE STUDY #1 - THYROID The image of this patient’s neck shows a hyperthermic (hot) signal over the area of the thyroid. The patient presented with complaints that could be related to hypothyroidism. She had recently seen her doctor for her yearly physical and her labs were negative for a thyroid condition. [...]
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CASE STUDY #2 - DIABETES The patient presented with neck pain. As per IACT guidelines, an upper body thermogram was done. The hand images showed infrared markers that are seen in some diabetics. A follow-up lab was done with the results positive for diabetes. In this case, the thermogram helped the patient [...]
CASE STUDY #3 -BACK PAIN The patient presented with a history of low back pain radiating into the right leg. She had been undergoing physical therapy with only mild temporary relief. Her images showed infrared markers that suggested a possible disc compression of the nerve root at the L5/S1 level. The patient [...]
CASE STUDY #4 - CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME The patient presented with left thumb and shoulder pain due to falling on an outstretched hand. The infrared images of her hands showed thermal findings that suggested the possibility of median nerve pathology arising from the carpal tunnel. Follow-up tests confirmed that the patient had [...]
CASE STUDY #5 - DENTAL INFLAMMATION & STROKE WARNING The patient in this case presented with neck and upper back pain. Her facial thermogram showed a display that suggested left sided dental inflammation and decreased blood flow in the terminal arteries of the left internal carotid artery. She was referred to her [...]
CASE STUDY #6 - KNEE INJURY The thermogram of this patient’s knees demonstrate an obvious hyperthermic (hot) left knee. The patient had sustained an injury to the knee while skiing. She had been treated for a sprain with some relief, but the pain had not resolved long after the injury. The patient [...]
CASE STUDY #7 - SPINAL CONDITION The patient in this case presented with chronic pain and tingling sensations isolated to the left lower leg. He had been treated conservatively for peripheral nerve entrapment with little to no changes in his symptoms. As per IACT guidelines, a lower body thermogram was performed. The [...]
CASE STUDY #8 This thermogram shows an obvious hypothermia (cold) of the entire left arm. This patient had been experiencing chronic tingling and numbness. He had been diagnosed with a cervical spine neuropathy and had been undergoing physical therapy on and off with only mild temporary relief. The thermal findings were suggestive [...]
CASE STUDY #9 - GETTING CORRECT DIAGNOSIS This thermogram shows an obvious hypothermia (cold) of the entire left arm. This patient had been experiencing chronic tingling and numbness. He had been diagnosed with a cervical spine neuropathy and had been undergoing physical therapy on and off with only mild temporary relief. The [...]
CASE STUDY #10 - OSTEOARTHRITIS This patient presented with pain in most of the joints in his hands. A physical examination suggested boney enlargement of both the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints (Bouchard’s and Heberden’s nodes). The thermogram demonstrates focal hyperthermic (hot) areas directly over these same joints (inflammation). X-rays were performed [...]