Computer Regulation Thermography: Breast Cancer Screening
Safe, Effective, Non-invasive Breast Cancer Screening
with Computer Regulation Thermography
Computer regulation thermography technology is available to patients seeking safe, effective and non-invasive breast cancer screening. Computer regulation thermography offers individuals an alternative or complimentary means to assessing breast tissue, as well as other body organs, to evaluate health and prevent major health challenges.
According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women, with the exception of skin cancer. Still, death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1989, which, according to the ACS, is believed to be the result of earlier detection through screening and increased awareness, as well as improved treatment. Computer regulation thermography can help address symptoms and disorders before they become problematic.
Prevention is so important. It is easier to stay healthy than to get healthy.
What is Computer Regulation Thermography?
Computer regulation thermography is a non-invasive screening tool that can detect organ and body disorders by picking up heat variations throughout the body with a wand-like device or probe.
Computer regulation thermography uses a very sensitive thermometer that resembles a wand, which detects heat differential on up to 114 points on the body. A patient stands in a room that has been cooled to 71 degrees. Computer regulation thermography measures the regulation before and after exposure to a cool air stress, so that all of the blood is shunted away from the outer extremities and goes to the outer core. The series of 114 points on the body are exposed to cool air stress for ten minutes and then repeated.
Thirty-two of those 114 points are measured on the breast. A number of areas are measured for breast dysfunction including mastectomy inflammation, fibrocystic elements, lymphatic load, heavy metal toxicity, as well as many other critical components to assessing breast health. If there is an elevation in any of these areas, it brings attention to that area.
Computer regulation thermography is completely safe and there is no radiation. Women who opt out of mammography may choose annual or bi-annual thermograms to chart their progress.
What is the difference between computer regulation thermography and standard breast thermography?
There is a huge difference between computer regulation thermography and standard breast thermography.
With breast thermography, a sensitive camera is used to pick up heat when directed at the breast (cancer cells hold onto heat); it lights up when the picture is taken. Breast thermography measures only the breast and results appear in a visual picture whereas computer regulation thermography can detect disorders or irregularities throughout the body. Results are printed immediately and offer enormous insight into a person’s health.
Can Computer regulation thermography detect abnormalities in other areas of the body?
Yes! Computer regulation thermography can detect abnormalities not just in the breast but also in other areas of the body. It shows the regulation capacity of the body and measures the toxicity level. Teeth in particular, can reveal significant findings. Each tooth sits on acupuncture meridian, that then reflects to specific organs and organ systems, so, if you have dysregulation within one of the meridian pathways, this machine can pick it up.
Computer regulation thermography may also reveal global immune stress, adrenal problems, food sensitivities and so much more.
How soon will I receive my results?
Results for computer regulation thermography are immediate. Results are displayed in the form of graphs and diagrams for analysis, which can provide a unique biochemical profile for each individual tested. A stress stimulus on the regulation thermogram shows up as normal, inflammatory, degenerative, rigid or blocked. A subsequent scan will reveal the effectiveness of the intervention strategies. Results are read and interpreted by a healthcare professional.
Based on the results of your thermogram, you can be proactive in your health care to try to balance any systems that are out of balance.
Dr. Dekel's practice is located at 1461 Lakeland Ave, Suite 9, Bohemia, NY 11716.
To make an appointment with Dr. Dekel or to learn more about thermography, contact Dr. Dekel's assistant, Dorothy McCurdy, at (841) 422-8328.