Albuquerque Thermography Breast & Full Body has launched a new service for patients as part of a new 2020 health campaign. They want to focus on health, the early signs of sub-optimal function, and the prevention of invasive treatments.
More information can be found at: https://newmexicothermography.com
The team at Albuquerque Thermography explain that, for many people, thermography detects issues sooner. This ensures that enough time is provided to make changes and to respond with natural therapies.
Patients can get expert treatment and services from Dr Carla Garcia, a Board Certified doctor of oriental medicine, and Allison Scanlon, a certified clinical thermography and licensed esthetician.
Thermography has a range of benefits for patients looking to safeguard their health and spot issues before they become more serious.
It can detect disease and injury by revealing the thermal abnormalities present in the body, can assess pain and pathology anywhere on the body, and is 100% safe for everyone.
Albuquerque Thermography Breast & Full Body says that their treatment is quick and painless. It only takes 15 minutes, and is a 100% non invasive imaging of physiology.
The treatment images the chest area up to the base of the neck and underneath the arms. This provides benefits over mammography, which only images the tissue that can be pressed between two compression plates.
Patients can also get detection and imaging of heat, which is not possible with doctor examination or self examination.
The team states: “One of the first symptoms of dysfunction is a change in tissue temperature. Thermography detects even the most subtle temperature changes. The temperatures in a healthy body are symmetrical. When thermography shows a temperature differential from right to left we will recommend that you consult with your health care professional for further evaluation.”
The service can detect vascular pain, circulation issues, spinal and back injuries, joint issues, breast problems, soft tissue ligament injury and more.
Full details of the new service launch can be found on the URL above.
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