Medical thermal imaging is becoming a common screening modality in the areas of neuromusculoskeletal injury, cancer, and circulatory pathology. As a physiological imaging modality that assesses body function, it can indicate developing disease states - and breast cancer - earlier than anatomical examinations. It is highly accurate and 100% safe, involving no radiation or contact.
Medical thermal imaging is helpful for chronic pain, disease processes, and monitoring treatment effectiveness on physiology. Medical thermal imaging can also help to identify sources of pain, particularly those involving the neuromuscular and circulatory systems. And because every organ reflects itself on the skin surface, organ stress/compromise can be monitored. If disease processes are present, a thermal imager may detect them before symptoms become apparent, enabling early intervention and proactive treatment.