Regulation Thermography is based on the physiology of heat production in humans from the combination of cellular metabolism and the nervous system. When there are disease processes in the human body, the body’s organs respond differently to stress. With the use of a very accurate thermal sensor, it is possible to measure and detect changes in the skin’s physiological response to stress. These changes may indicate the presence of a disease even at its earliest stage before a patient shows symptoms.
The thermography device converts heat energy on the skin into electronic data signals displayed on a computer monitor. One hundred and twelve different points on the body are scanned and placed into a single displayed image yielding a scan of fifteen major organs and their functions. By studying the skin temperature patterns from the patient’s body, the diagnostician gains a direct index of the metabolic activity in the various parts of the body. Disturbances in the energy-conversion processes and reduced responses to the stress stimulus show up in the CRT thermographic scan as either inflamed, degenerative or blocked.