We are dependent on our immune system to protect us from general infection and disease throughout life. When our immune system is compromised by dysfunction as a result of existing disease or underlying health problems we become more vulnerable to disease and infection that we would otherwise be able to ward off with minimal symptoms. This is a reaction of our immune system doing its job (such as getting a fever when we get a cold).

Autonomic diseases are the primary cause of the most vulnerable people being seriously affected by Covid-19. People with chronically activated autoimmune systems, autonomic diseases, nutritional or hormonal imbalances or other vascular and inflammatory dysfunctions like diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and thyroid diseases are at increased risk when the body is challenged by infection or disease.

1st Step is to Identify Markers              Thermal imaging has the ability to evaluate and monitor many of the markers relating to autonomic dysfunction and other burdens on the immune system.   Detecting physiological changes relating to existing or developing autoimmune dysfunction and can be a useful tool as part of a preventative strategy

2nd Step is to work with your health care provider to address the markers; Decrease inflammation or any infections, balancing hormones, improving nutrition, etc…

10 images – (4) Head and Neck (2) Below nose to base of sternum, (2)trunk images, and (2) lower body images including the feet

We provide a no contact, no radiation and no pain scan of 10 images of your body.  These images are sent through a HIPPA portal to a group of physicians that are MDs or MOs, and has taken 2 more years of education to read Thermograms.  This is a swift way to know more about your body and your risk. Click on the link for  a sample report.     Sample_IHC_Report (1)