Early Detection Saves Lives
Your health is very important. Computerized Regulation Thermography (CRT) can help measure your level of health and provide indications of Dis-ease process at a very early stage.
Who Should Get a CRT Scan?
- Women and Men concerned about Breast Cancer.
- Women and Men with a history of Breast Cancer.
- Individuals who would like non-invasive Breast Screening.
- Individuals who would like non-invasive whole Body screening.
Thermography and Mammography
A major asset of CRT is in the area of early detection and confirmation of Breast Tumours. In a German study, 54% of breast cancer patients were correctly diagnosed by history and physical examination.
The number rose to 76% when mammography was added. However, when Computerized Regulation Thermography was used, the accuracy of diagnosis rose to 92%.
CRT detects functional changes in Breast tissue before tumors form and when they are too small to be detected by X-ray.
What else does CRT Measure?
CRT identifies patterns in the body which may lead to dis-ease such as:
- Liver and gall bladder congestion
- TMJ problems
- Tendency to ovarian disease
- Cardiovascular disease
- Low grade chronic fungal and viral infections
- Intestinal toxins and dysfunction
- Infections in the teeth
- Infections in the teeth
- Decreased cerebral circulation
- Immune system weakness
- Prostate abnormalities
What is the CRT 2000 Themographic System?
CRT is a non-invasive, radiation-free thermographic tool which measures how the body responds to the stress of a cold stimulus.
The technique is based on the principle that tissue changes within the body correlate with temperature changes on the skin. It has been discovered that thermal changes precede dis-ease states, making CRT a true tool for preventative health care.
You will sit in a cool room for 15-30 minutes before the test. The Naturopathic doctor will then take the first measurements of the head, neck and teeth areas using a specially calibrated temperature probe. You will be asked to remove your clothes with the exception of underwear, which will induce a physiologic response by the whole body to the “stress” of the cool room air. Points on the breast, abdomen and back will then be measured.
After a 10 minute cooling period, all points will be premeasured to complete the testing procedure. By measuring the temperature of many different points on the skin before and after the cold stimulus, we can monitor changes in circulation. This provides information as to how organs and tissues are functioning.
CRT can display the beginnings of Dis-ease in areas that other diagnostic methods may miss. As tumors begin to form they develop their own blood supply. CRT makes early detection possible.