Visualize Inflammation Using Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging
Feb 28, 2014 08:57AM
De Novo Scan, which offers thermal breast, half-body and full-body scans in their Scottsdale facility, will be holding a special event from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., March 11, with a full day of thermal scans at the office of Dr. Wendy Wells, NMD, of Wellsource Naturopathic Wellness Center, in Scottsdale.
Chronic inflammation in the body can lead to heart disease, cancer, periodontal disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and rheumatoid arthritis. De Novo Scan’s digital infrared thermal imaging is non-invasive and radiation-free.
Thermal imaging was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration more than 30 years ago as an adjunct for breast cancer screening. Today, using advanced technology, we can scan the entire body and see much more than just what is going on in the breast tissue. Heat patterns on the thermal image will indicate where inflammation is present. Once inflammation is identified, then one can take action to reverse the condition, thereby possibly preventing a more serious situation down the road.
To make a reservation, call Tina Clemmons at 480-284-2222 or visit DeNovoScan.com for more information.