Exploring Neuromuscular Thermography – Over 4.5 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Unfortunately, finding the source of recurring pain can be a frustrating process, especially when typical anatomical test results indicate no problems. Yet, we often have a sixth sense when it comes to our bodies: a feeling when even though it might not necessarily feel wrong, something feels “off.” It might start with frequent tingling in fingers and toes. Or perhaps recognizing unusual muscle weakness or fatigue.
Sometimes, even after test results are negative or inclusive, we still feel our body’s signs are relaying a message. How do we find answers, though, when symptoms either don’t fit clinical disorders or respond to standard treatments?
NT can be utilized either prior to or post traditional MRI, CT, EMG, or Myelogram testing to differentiate and evaluate nerve/myofascial injuries. NT also helps to identify sources of pain occurring with or without conventional signs and symptoms.
Although Neuromuscular Thermography doesn’t require previous testing, it can be used in conjunction with other treatments to track abnormalities or inconsistencies.
Using infrared imaging to read the body’s electromagnetic spectrum, neuromuscular thermography provides images of the body’s physiological responses by noting vascular patterns. Since these images are produced non-invasively without the use of radiation, there are no side effect risks or pain to the testing.
NT commonly provides early detection and monitoring for disparities in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), fibromyalgia, temporomandibular joint pain (TMJ), nerve injury, pain disorders, neuromuscular injuries, and spinal disc injuries.
Pain and symptoms don’t always fit into classic textbook patterns.
Discover the source of your body’s messages and signs by exploring Neuromuscular Thermography. We don’t need to live with pain when we can flourish with answers.
Questions about Neuromuscular Thermography or the testing process?
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