Medical

Website being updated and imaging files are being added.

MISSING & IMPORTANT INFRARED INFORMATION

We have investigated temperature at molecular levels for 33 years and the only infrared consulting company lecturing medical academia where doctors, nurses, etc receive education credits they need for licensing. Part of the education shows why the infrared industry didn’t produce 1 image of a flu after 100s of millions screened at ports of entry for SARS and H1N1. SARS and H1N1 Flu are one prime example where the equipment manufacturers that sell technology tried to complete an imaging application that exceeded their expertise.Thermografix Disputes the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Public Report on SARS Screening

The education administrator for the medical education provided a letter about the program and accreditation. Thermography Lectured For Continuing Education Credits

VARICOSE VEINS & LEG INFLAMMATION CAN BE SEEN

VARICOSE VEINS & LEG INFLAMMATION IMAGE

INJURY, INSURANCE & DIFFICULT DIAGNOSIS CAN BE SEEN

WORKPLACE INJURY & INSURANCE FRAUD INFORMATION 

CHROHN’S DISEASE, COLITIS, IRRITABLE BOWEL INFLAMMATION CAN BE SEEN

CHROHN’S DISEASE & COLITIS IMAGE

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS CAN BE SEEN

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS IMAGE

REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY IMAGING

REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY IMAGE

RECURRING FOOT ULCERS OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN

RECURRING FOOT ULCER IMAGE

REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY IMAGING & TREATMENT

REFLEX SYMPATHETIC DYSTROPHY BEFORE & AFTER TREATMENT IMAGE

DIFFICULT DIAGNOSIS OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS WITH NON INVASIVE IMAGING

ACUTE PANCREATITIS IMAGE

EARLY DETECTION OF BREAST CANCER

There is much more to successful breast thermography than equipment and intent. The images below are a real reflection of that. The image below was taken by a 50 clinic group with certified thermographers and doctors doing the reporting. Their reporting used the image below as a baseline for this patient’s breast health even though her mother died from breast cancer and a sister had a breast removed.

The patient in the image asked us to look at her reporting and we disagreed with the reporting of the 50 clinic group in its entirety. We asked for the image over a different span of temperature. The two images below appear over different spans. Do the breasts look the same? There was a cancerous mass above her left areola.

  • This breast thermography was considered a baseline for a woman with breast cancer in the family. I disagreed. Look at the same image adjusted.
  • CAN YOU SEE THE LACK OF SYMMETRY NOW? MASS REMOVED ABOVE LEFT AREOLA

The 50 clinic group including their doctors could have had a liability regardless of intent. The imaging application we employ exceeded their expertise and one of the reasons we lecture infrared in medical education for education credits needed for licensing.

Our medical objective is to provide non invasive imaging in clinical environments so medicine can see their objectives where otherwise they are blind.

THERMOGRAPHY ADVANCEMENTS 

We employ the most advanced Thermal Radiation applications in the world and we are here to assist you in completing your health objectives by bringing the invisible to light.

Contact us so we can bring the invisible to light in your clinical environment. Inflammation or lack of can be seen as can progression of disease or effective treatment.

Purchasing equipment isn’t enough, you need an existing imaging application with the right equipment or there are limitations in your objectives and the patient’s reporting. Our thermal radiation imaging is lectured in medical education for continuing medical education credits required for ongoing medical licensing.

5 thoughts on “Medical

    1. Hello Jonathan,

      While infrared technology is used in Australia, it isn’t utilized at this level. Our Chief Science Officer has been involved with portable infrared since 1979 where the pioneering and implementation started. Developing new imaging applications giving sight of temperature has taken decades. Advancing infrared into medical education took many years where we now lecture accredited medical education for Continuing Medical Education Credits required for ongoing medical licensing. These medical education programs are now recognized in the United States and Canada while growing internationally.

      Depending on your specific interest, send an email to info@thermoguy.com and it can be discussed as to how easy it would be to implement Advanced Thermography in Australia. It can’t be overstated how important it is for professionals to have sight of temperature. From imaging Groundwater, tracking the direction of fires through smoke, non invasive medical imaging and even reducing Australia’s emissions or energy use while putting people to work. The entire world is effectively blind to temperature, we use calculators when we could have sight of temperature.

      Thanks for your interest,

      Thermoguy

  1. I was watching a video of Curtis, Talking about, REGROWING NERVE FIBRES FOR DIABETIC NEUROPATHY & SPINAL CORD IMAGING, do you have a paper on this topic

    1. Hello Frank,

      A post here can not substantiate the ampunt of information and years of work to answer your question but there is more than just paper on this. The topics and imaging you refer to has been lectured in accredited medical education for education credits required for ongoing licensing. Here is some very very basic but accurate imaging showing spinal cord injury and pressure sores as well as other difficult diagnosis. http://thermoguy.com/ebola-screening-at-airports-is-reactive-ridiculous/

      I will email you directly on Diabetic Neuropathy, nerve fibres and more. We did extensive investigations except we could see physiological changes with progression of infection or effective treatment.

      Regards,

      Curtis

  2. Good morning Curtis, thank you for your speedy and educational response , keep up the. Good work and thanks for everything that you do
    Warm regards
    Frank

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