Thermography Imaging
Thermography Imaging
Thermography Imaging
Thermography Imaging


What to Expect

Thermography Aka DITI is: noninvasive, no radiation is emitted, completely painless there is no contact with the body,  and FDA registered.

Standard region of interest exams take approximately 15 minutes and a full body scan up to 60 minutes.

Our goal is to educate the community to consider thermography when it comes to their health.  DITI is non-invasive, uses no radiation, is painless and does not leave a scar. This technology is amazing and, when coupled with treatment options, it is miraculous. Some patients ask us to perform a yearly analysis to identify any changes or possible areas of concern.

We understand medical testing can be cause of anxiety.  We aim to make you experience as pleasant and comfortable as possible.

Our board certified medical team evaluates each thermographic image and creates a report. Your comprehensive interpretive report, including images, will be ready the following business day. We will discuss your results and provide you everything you will need to share with your doctor, physical therapist or other professional provider.

Urgent studies can be reported instantly while you are still in the office. Someone from our team can speak with your own doctor or healthcare professional and report the findings if desired.

You are welcome to bring a friend or partner in the thermography room for the procedure.

In the event you need to cancel or reschedule we have a 48 hr cancellation policy to avoid your fee.

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  • How do I prepare for my appointment?

    • Wear loose fitting clothing
    • Do not engage in vigorous exercise
    • Do not smoke two hours prior
    • Avoid any perfumes, creams, lotions, etc.
    • Take precautions against sunburn during the days prior to your appointment
    • Remove all jewelry
    • If you have long hair, please wear it up
    • Avoid any chiropractic, massage or physical therapy before the scan

    Preparation for your exam is simple, but crucial to the accuracy of the results. Please be advised if you do not follow the simple guidelines the accuracy of your results will be compromised and we must schedule your exam for another time.

    Before the exam:

    • No smoking for a minimum of two hours.
    • No vigorous exercise two hours prior.
    • No massage, chiropractic adjustments or physical therapy the day of the scan.
    • Avoid the application of creams or lotions included but not limited to perfume and cologne.
    • Avoid strong sunlight the day of and sunburn in the days preceding to your appointment.
    • Remove all jewelry and earrings. Long hair should be worn up.
    • It is very important to wear loose fitting clothing. The thermography scan will be delayed until irritation marks in the skin caused by tightly fitting garments have dissipated.

    At the clinic:

    Arrive a few minutes early to your appointment. Your body will take time to adjust to the temperature of the clinic. You will be disrobing down to your underwear of choice, however speedo type undergarments or thongs are appropriate for both men and women to capture as much imaging as possible. We will provide you with a gown to change into and a medical history and questionnaire will be given to you to fill out while you acclimate to the room temperature. You will meet your thermographer who will explain and demonstrate the required views and positions necessary for your exam. Thermal images are then taken of either the whole body or just the regions of interest. A lumber assessment will typically include the lower back, pelvis and the legs. A cervical assessment will typically include the head, Upper trunk and arms. Neurological testing can include a cold “stress” test which simply involves placing a hand or foot in a cool bowl of water or having a gel pad applied to any part of the body.

  • How long does a thermographic imaging scan take?

    While actual time varies with each patient, most scans can be completed within 15-30 minutes.  Standard region of interest exams take approximately 15 minutes and a full body scan up to 60 minutes.

  • How is medical thermal imaging different from other types of diagnostic testing?

    Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) records infrared heat from your body’s surface to detect possible disease and abnormalities.  Mammograms, ultrasound, MRIs and CT scans look at the structure of the internal body.  When used in conjunction with one another, these tests and DITI arguably offer the best possible diagnostics, especially when disease or cancer is in its early stages.

  • Should I still get a mammogram?

    Yes! DITI is meant as a complement to other forms of diagnostic testing, not a replacement.

  • Is medical thermal imaging covered by my insurance?

    In most cases, DITI is considered an elective procedure.  We accept cash and all major credit cards.

Thermography Imaging Technology

The Meditherm med 2000™ features the industries only FDA Class 1 registered camera and is the only system of its kind designed for medical applications.

The medical grade sensitivity of the Meditherm med 2000 delivers high quality thermography scans and can operate in the narrowest of temperature ranges. The Meditherm med 2000 was first developed 20 years ago and has a successful track record not only in the United States, but across the globe.  The Meditherm Med 2000’s accuracy and reliability are unmatched.

FDA Registration:  Meditherm products are fully compliant with all regulatory requirements.  The Meditherm FDA Manufacturer registration number is: 3006111110.  You may begin a search of the FDA data base by going to

Indications for Thermographic Evaluation

Altered Ambulatory Kinetics
Altered Biokinetics
Brachial Plexus Injury
Biomechanical Impropriety
Breast Disease
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Compartment Syndromes
Cord Pain/Injury
Deep Vascular Disease
Disc Disease
Disc Syndromes
External Carotid Insufficiency
Facet Syndromes
Headache Evaluation
Herniated Disc
Herniated Nucleus Pulposis
Hyperextension Injury
Hyperflexion Injury

Inflammatory Disease
Internal Carotid Insufficiency
Infectious Disease (Shingles, Leprosy)
Lumbosacral Plexus Injury
Ligament Tear
Lower Motor Neuron Disease
Median Nerve Neuropathy
Morton’s Neuroma
Myofascial Irritation
Muscle Tear
Musculoligamentous Spasm
Nerve Entrapment
Nerve Impingement
Nerve Pressure
Nerve Root Irritation
Nerve Stretch Injury
Nerve Trauma
Neurovascular Compression
Neoplasia (melanoma, squamous cell, basal)

Nutritional Disease (Alcoholism,Diabetes)
Peripheral Nerve Injury
Peripheral Axon Disease
Referred Pain Syndrome
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Ruptured Disc
Somatization disorders
Soft Tissue Injury
Stroke Screening
Sensory Loss
Sensory Nerve Abnormality
Somatic Abnormality
Superficial Vascular Disease
Skin Abnormalities
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Temporal Arteritis
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Trigger Points
TMJ Dysfunction
Ulnar Nerve Entrapment