Carotid Occlusal Disease


Carotid Artery disease develops slowly and often unnoticed. The first outward clue may be a stroke or TIA "mini stroke".

Identification with the use of infrared thermography is quick and non-invasive.

Myofacial Symptoms


May involve a trigger point with a referred pain.

The actual cause or site of the injury may not be in the same location of complaint.

Sinus Infections


Left facial findings are consistent with the apperance of an oral or sinus infection.

Anterior neck coolingis consistent with the appearance of decreased thyroid function. Facial findings are consistent with the apperance of sinus irritation.

TMJ Diagnostics

Carpal Tunnel


Hands findings are consistent with the apperance of carpal tunnel syndrome.

Warming of hte left 3rd digit suggest the presence of inflammation.

Thoracic Images


Posterior neck, upper back and posterior shoulder warming suggest muscular irritation to the neck, trapezius, infrasoinatus and suprasoinatus.

Thoracic cooling is consistent with the appearance of stress to the lungs.

Hot spots over the rhomboids suggest the presence of tigger points frequently associated with fibromyalgia.

Plantar Fascitis


Left foot warming is consistent with the appearance of plantar fascitis and inflammation of the heel.