Prevention and Detection
Prevention demands detection of subclinical inflammatory patterns that must be addressed. Optimal health requires treatment of inflammation, lymph congestion, hormone imbalances, and dietary factors that eventually lead to organ dysfunction or ill-health.
(09/2014) After: ABDOMEN:Upper quadrant thermal activity has decreased compared to 9-27-2013. Residual thermal activity is evident towards the left and may correspond to the spleen or to the splenic flexure region of the large bowel. No current finding is evident with regards to the liver. Pelvic level thermal activity has largely resolved as well. There is no indication as to current visceral dysfunction. Abdominal region thermal activity has likewise decreased and the recent change in diet may have relevance.
DITI provides the benefit of early detection of functional change but is NOT a stand alone technology and is not designed to replace current imaging modalities.