We can finally see what the body is doing before it becomes dysfunctional enough to create an irreversible problem.
Dr. Schulz-Ruhtenberg, Minden Germany
How Does It Work?
European thermography is a functional test based in thermoregulation, your body's automatic processes that work together to maintain a constant body temperature.
The benefit of European thermography is that it captures the performance of your organs, glands, and lymph, showing us where the body is struggling and giving us causal clues to symptoms, all from skin temperature readings. From immune system challenges, to toxic overloads, to patterns of organ dysfunction, European thermography prioritizes root causes and makes sense of how to strategize treatment.
Learn the ABCs of European thermography and the science behind this insightful test to better understand how it can give you the information you need to manage your health with a holistic perspective.
More and more woman would like to avoid unnecessary mammograms and are looking for a replacement.
On one hand European thermography does not replace mammography because it does not do the same thing. On the other hand, European thermography could supersede mammography as an annual breast screening because it does not do the same thing.
Frankly, our best bet is a lifestyle of customized prevention.
The Difference between European Thermography and Mammography
Comparing European thermography with mammography is like comparing apples with oranges. While each has its use for the detection of breast disease, mammography is used to detect abnormalities in the anatomy of the breast and European thermography is used to detect suspicious dysfunction in the breast physiology.
The Difference between European and Digital Imaging Thermography
European thermography uses an infrared sensor that takes exact temperature readings at over 100 locations on the skin before and after a cooling period.
Digital imaging thermography uses an infrared camera that senses heat from a distance away from your body and creates an image from the readings that are taken once, after a cooling period.
As far as accuracy and capturing useful, comprehensive information, comparing European thermography to digital imaging thermography is like comparing fishing with a sardine net to fishing with a whale net.
EUROPEAN & DIGITAL IMAGING THERMOGRAPHY (Coming soon!)