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.|