Question – CRT 2000 Thermographic System

When to start Thermography:

It is important to begin breast cancer screening long before age 40, It should begin at age 25, in order to identify young women who are already developing breast cancer since it takes approximately 15 years for a breast cancer to form and possibly lead to death.

Further, young women with dense breast tissue are the most difficult to evaluate using breast palpation, mammography, and Ultrasound examinations, yet they’re significantly higher risk of developing breast cancer can be accurately detected with breast thermography.

Mainstream procedures arc not approved tor breast cancer screening in women under age 40, it is widely known and accepted that they miss too many cancers and lead to too many false positive findings that result in far too many needless breast biopsies.

Breast thermography involves no radiation exposure or breast compression, is easy to do, is done in a private setting, and is affordable.

FDA approved breast Thermography for breast cancer risk assessment in 1982.


If You Could Talk To Your Body Organs and Systems… What Would They Tell You About Your Health?

Have you ever wished you could know just what organs or area of your body needed help the most as that you could achieve a better level of health? With Regulation Thermography… now you can!

Your Body Does “Talk”

Perhaps we may not be able to talk to them, but they can “talk” to us. And they can tell us how well they cope under stress, through a simple and relatively new state-of-the-art biological screening method called Regulation Thermography.

Thermography is quite simply the measurement of body’s heat, and Regulation Thermography measures precise skin temperatures over body organs. Visually displayed in the form of graphs and diagrams, your thermogram is very specific to your unique biochemical profile. It allows your body organs the ability to communicate any dysfunction or its capacity to function, or in other words, regulate, under stressful conditions. And it allows for much greater certainty in recommending nutrients that are very specific for your exact needs.

Why? Regulation Thermography

While Thermography by itself gives a picture of the body organs and systems as adapted to its environment, Regulation Thermography provides what we really want to know … What is their ability to regulate or function dynamically in a changing environment and adapt to normal stresses? Inefficiency or even inability here leads on a path directly away from health toward disease.

Most tests performed in conventional medicine look at a static, non-dynamic nature of the body. In Regulation Thermography, we can see how the body deals with stress. A sick person is not one who has a fever, sweats at night or gets a rash. A sick person is one who does not react to stressful events or toxins, and this is what shows clearly in Regulation Thermography. Fevers are healthy. They are the body’s way of killing disease-causing bacteria. NOT having a fever could be lethal in allowing the bacteria or toxin to cause a very serious disease. Regulation Thermography looks directly at those bodily abilities and show where the lack of reaction or dysregulation comes from.

Information From The Skin Temperature

You may be wondering how skin temperature can give information about body organs. After 30 years of research it is now known that the small blood vessels under the skin will constrict (cooling) or expand (heating) based upon the healthy sick or stressed messages coming through the nervous system from the organs directly beneath.

Think of it this way. Have you ever put a hot water bottle on top of a painful gallbladder; or an ice pack on an inflamed appendix? Actually this has the same effect in reverse. The heat or cold does not penetrate the skin more than a fraction of an inch. So whatever reaches and effects the desired organ is not the change in temperature, but an informational message coming from the skin and being processed through a switch relay in the Spinal Cord. And if you have ever been in the care of an experienced massage therapist you may well know that trained sensitive fingers can often “feel” organ and tissue stress well beneath skin surface. This is precisely what Regulation Thermography now objectively measuring in an exact, quantifiable way.

Regulation Thermography

What To Expect In A Thermographic Exam

You will be asked to sit in a fairly cool, but not uncomfortable room for 10 to 15 minutes. We will then take the first skin temperature measurements of the head, teeth and neck. This is performed by a gentle touch of the probe to the surface of the skin. You are then asked to remove your clothes from the waist up, thereby subjecting your whole body to a controlled “stress.” It does not really feel like a stress, however, since the temperature is not cold, only about 68 degrees Fahrenheit. The remaining measurements on the chest, abdomen and back are made rather quickly. You are then asked to sit as you are, exposed to the room air for 10 more minutes to complete the stress effect. According to clinical research, it takes 10 minutes for your body to stabilize and effect the reactions of the internal organs upon the skin.

After this period the measurements are then repeated and the test is concluded. The results are retained in a printout, which do reveal the reactions of the body and the functional health of your various organs and their neurological control systems.

Get ready for an evaluation unlike any you have ever had before!

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