Holistic Brain Evaluation

Your neurologist may be missing important pieces of information from only using a CT scan, MRI Brain Scan, or a PET Scan when determining the root cause of your issues.

Regulation Thermography is a powerful diagnostic tool that looks for abnormalities 5-7 years in ADVANCE of other testing. We can see BRAIN function and what other organs or systems may be effecting your brain health.

Remember:  This is not invasive. Also, you will be able to see what is going on with everything with all of the body’s systems and organs, and uncover hidden root causes!

The BRAIN is one of many areas we thoroughly evaluate using Regulation Thermography as you go through the Whole Body Health Program. Below we will walk through the report and show you how much information you are receiving for your investment in your health. The main areas and signatures that we evaluate to determine your brain health are:

  • Pituitary Gland

  • Internal and External Carotid

  • Circulation

  • Heavy Metal and Brain Toxicity

  • Infections

  • Cranial Bones (i.e. TMJ)

BRAIN & PITUITARY CONNECTION: The pituitary gland is a tiny organ, the size of a pea, found at the base of the brain. As the MASTER GLAND of the body, it produces many hormones that travel throughout the body, directing certain processes or stimulating other glands to produce other hormones such as the prostate.



The Utah Population Database has found the people who develop tumors in their pituitary gland have a significantly higher risk for other UNRELATED types of cancer.

But as you know, it is all related. Everything is interconnected in the body.

BRAIN & INTERNAL & EXTERNAL CAROTID CONNECTION: The external carotid artery brings blood to structures outside the skull, primarily the face, and the internal carotid to structures inside the skull, including the brain. The internal carotid is responsible for supplying blood to the nearest brain hemisphere with the help of the basilar artery. The vertebra-basilar system supplies blood when the carotid artery cannot do so (due to a blockage, for example). The internal carotid artery moves upward, along the neck, passing behind the ear into the subarachnoid space near the temporal lobe.

A severe blockage could cause a stroke because it would reduce blood flow to the brain. This blockage could come from poor circulation or heavy metals in the brain or the vestibular. As you can see, all of this was listed above in the bullet points with areas we can see with the Thermogram report.


Of course not. Find out early what is going on with a Thermogram.

This is why it is good to do the Whole Body Program, where we can discover the root cause of compromised BRAIN health.

Here are 12 points relating to the brain that are measured as part of the119 body points that are tested to determine the function.


Are you getting this level of detail with other tests?

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