Mat-Su Skin Deep Thermal Imaging

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic system to detect problems in the body. Thermal Imaging can also provide information about a patient’s response to treatment. It is the only accurate way to see inflammation in our body.

  • Thermography 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 very helpful in monitoring therapy.
  • No radiation – 100% safe for everyone
  • Non-invasive, no injections
  • Offers privacy – no bodily contact
Dori Cranmore

Dori Cranmore, RN, Holistic Health Practitioner, Certified Clinical Thermographer

Clinical thermography is used as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring therapy progress, for conditions and injuries, including: Back Injuries | Digestive Disorders | Breast Disease | Arthritis | Stroke Screening | Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | Headache | Disc Disease | Nerve Damage | Inflammatory Pain | Unexplained Pain | Skin Cancer | Fibromyalgia | Referred Pain Syndrome | RSD (CRPS) | Sprain/Strain | Dental and TMJ | Artery Inflammation | Whiplash | Vascular Disease

Our breast screenings are done by female Thermographers

Our breast screenings are done by female Thermographers

DITI is an excellent tool for early detection in breast screening. Thermal Imaging can also screen for auto-immune disease, deep vein thrombosis, carpal tunnel , TMJ, herniated disc, neuropathy, thyroid dysfunction, carotid occlusion and more. No radiation, non invasive, FDA registered, reliable and accurate scans taken by Certified Clinical Thermographers and read by medical doctors. Absolutely NO side effects. Thermal Imaging is a screening and not a replacement for mammograms. We only have female Thermographers do breast screening. Read more about thermal imaging or find out about pricing and make an appointment.

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Mat-Su Skin Deep Thermal Imaging
4621 E Palmer-Wasilla Hwy Wasilla, AK 99654
Phone: 376-8327 / 745-8387
Fax: 907-376-8337