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This is a test that uses a heat-sensitive probe to measure the skin temperature at 119 individual cutaneous points. Think of the camera-image thermography as a piano concerto and Regulation Thermography as a symphony. You need more than an image to find the root cause.
What Doctor's Are Saying
I am a Nuclear Medicine Physician and Radiologist and have been utilizing the technology for adjunct diagnostics called Regulation Thermography. Dr. Dan Beilin had introduced me to the technology over ten years ago and I have compared its capabilities and found RT to be complementary with giving as much information about certain diagnostic criteria as other devices I use such as CT and MRI, as well as X-Ray, besides functional imaging in nuclear medicine.
-Dr. David Hickey, MD, Nuclear Medicine Physician
Regulation Thermometry allows me to find and address the underlying issues that play a role in breast health. The system looks at all the organ systems and tells us what is going on so we can better target therapies. We're then able to see therapy results and show patients this on the thermometry report.
-Dr. Dawna Jones, MD
Watch the video below where Dr. Mercola shares his thoughts on Regulation Thermography