Acuphoton Therapy Thermal Images

Acuphoton Therapy Thermal Images

Infrared imaging, or thermography, is used to detect changes in blood circulation. Before the initial AcuPhoton session, a baseline infrared image is taken and used to determine the proper course of treatment. This image is then stored on the computer system. After an initial course of 4-6 treatments, the scan is repeated. Changes in blood circulation are noted and used to assess the efficacy of treatment and determine prognosis.

Infrared image of carpal tunnel syndrome before and after AcuPhoton therapy. Smaller hot areas show decreased inflammation.
Diabetic neuropathy before and after AcuPhoton therapy treatment. Warmer colors indicate increased circulation.
Failed back syndrome before and after a series of photon therapy treatments. Reduced number of hot spots show decreased inflammation.

 

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