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Clinical Thermology

Cutting edge technology in assessing your health

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Medical thermography, or digital infrared thermal imaging is completely non-invasive, without radiation, and is a painless clinical imaging procedure. Used in detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries by showing thermal (heat) abnormalities present in the body.  It is used as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring  progress for conditions and injuries.  It is quick, can be done anywhere on the body, and gives instant results. After your examination, a full digital report is sent to you for your personal records. Or on request can be forwarded to other healthcare professionals to be used along side other diagnostic processes and treatment.

Now with thermal imaging, many of these physiological and anatomical issues are exposed at a much earlier stage. Early detection = early prevention.

  • Back Injuries

  • Arthritis

  • Headache

  • Nerve Damage

  • Unexplained Pain Dental and TMJ

  • Vascular Disease

  • Breast Disease

  • Breast Cancer

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Disc Disease

  • Inflammatory Pain

  • Skin Cancer

  • Referred Pain Syndrome

  • Sprain / Strain

 

Medical thermal imaging detects physiological abnormalities by measuring temperature changes and assessing dermal blood flow. It is performed by a skilled thermologist and uses a powerful infrared camera which measures minute temperature changes.  The visual image graphically maps the body temperature in the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. Thermal imaging’s high sensitivity to pathology in vascular, muscular, neural and skeletal systems make it an invaluable and life saving tool.

X-Ray, C.T., Ultrasound and M.R.I are all tests of  'anatomy' that measure the structures of your body. Whereas thermography is unique in its capability to show the physiological change and metabolic processes occurring in the body.

Other Uses Include:

 

• Facial pain related to tooth or jaw problems

• Poor circulation

• Joint and musculoskeletal problems

• Soft tissue problems

• Asymmetrical use of the body

• Address issues which may lead to chronic problems

 

Injury Recovery

 

• Observing how injury responds to a treatment modality

• Muscle tears, strains, & bruises

• Underlying issues: secondary, tertiary, and compensatory problems

Clinical Thermology Is Used For

Medical Thermal Imaging

Make an Appointment

Making an appointment is easy!

You can click HERE to go straight to the booking page, and choose between the Cunderdin or new Gosnells clinic location.

When on the booking page, make sure to select the clinic location where you would like to book your scan.

Next, select the service you would like to book. We suggest if you have never had a scan with Aspire Clinic WA, you book a full body scan. This is the recommended protocol to establish baseline images.

Follow the prompts through the booking page, including your contact details and deposit.

Once you have completed the booking steps, you will receive an email to the email address you provided to confirm you have an appointment.

That's it! You are booked in.

There are limited appointments available at each location. Book now so you don't miss out!

What Happens Next

After Booking your appointment, you will be sent intake forms to the email address listed on your booking form.

In the email, there will be a link to log into your client account, set a password, and complete the form online.

The links for these forms is usually emailed the week prior to your appointment.

 

If you booked your appointment less than 5 days before your scheduled scan, please complete the forms ASAP and take note of the preparation protocols included.

These are imperative to follow to ensure your images are accurate.

If you do not receive a link to complete your forms several days prior to your appointment, please email info@aspireclinicwa.com so they can be resent.

What To Expect

When you arrive for your appointment, please have a seat and wait for Kate to escort you to the imaging room.

In the imaging room, you will receive guidance on how to acclimate.

This includes getting undressed (underwear ALWAYS stays on) including bra, and jewelry.

A disposable headband will be provided to ensure hair is away from the neck and face. However please bring your own hair ties and clips to hold the bulk of your hair up.

While undressing and acclimating, Kate will review your intake forms.

This ensures the information is accurate and checks if anything is missing or can ask for further information. This also gives you the chance to add anything you may have remembered after submitting your forms.

Once your body has sufficiently cooled down, the imaging can begin. This usually takes 15 minutes.

 

Imaging involves moving in different positions to ensure all areas and angles are imaged correctly.

If you have significant mobility difficulties, please email us to discuss your needs. This may mean bringing a support person to your appointment who can assist you in standing.

When imaging is completed, you are free to get dressed.

Kate may have further questions to ask after viewing the raw images.

This is also a good time to ask any questions you may have thought of while being imaged.

All images in your report are processed and assessed thoroughly. This process is in-depth and takes several hours per report.

Your completed report including images will be emailed to the email address you provided when first making your appointment. This takes around 14 days from the day of your appointment.

If you have not received your report after 2 weeks, please send an email to check in with us.

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Call us at:  0421399515

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