One major goal of bioregulatory healthcare is detecting disease while it’s still in the early stages. Being proactive is one of the best ways to optimize your wellness and quality of life. Whole body regulation thermometry is a non-invasive assessment that can help identify potential areas of dysfunction.

At BioEnergetics, we use the AlfaSight 9000 to visualize organ, gland, and lymph function. In turn, this helps us identify the root causes of a wide range of health issues.

How does thermometry work?

There are 119 points on the body which correlate with specific organs or tissues. Measuring the temperature of the skin at these points can help identify problem areas. First, the points are measured at room temperature to obtain a baseline. Then, we record the same points again while exposing you to a cooling stimulus. This tells us how the body reacts when it’s under stress and helps us identify areas of vulnerability and weakness.

What conditions can thermometry detect?

Whole body regulation thermometry can recognize a number of concerning health patterns. We use our AlfaSight 9000 to detect:

  • Viral and bacterial disease
  • Intestinal disorders
  • Breast abnormalities
  • Endocrine dysfunction
  • Cardiac dysfunction
  • Liver dysfunction
  • Diabetes
  • Prostate dysfunction
  • Dental infections
  • Neuromuscular concerns
  • Pulmonary dysfunction
  • Neoplastic and Inflammatory Conditions
  • Musculo-skeletal disorders
  • Cerebrovascular disorders

What should I expect during the thermometry assessment?

Before the thermometry assessment, you’ll be asked to relax for about 10 to 15 minutes, wearing loose clothing so that your body can acclimate to the room temperature. Next, you’ll be asked to stand while a sophisticated infrared thermometer is gently placed on the skin at each measurement point. These readings are then recorded and stored in our computer software.

Next, you’ll be asked to remove your clothes (leaving your underpants on) during a cooling session. This process stimulates the process of thermoregulation. Once the cooling session is complete, we will take measurements at each point again. This step is identical to the first round of testing. The AlfaSight system then records and graphs the readings. The entire process takes about 25 to 30 minutes to complete.

Benefits of Whole Body Regulatory Thermometry

Thermometry offers a number of benefits for our patients. For example, this functional assessment:

  • Helps individuals gain true insight into their symptoms
  • Increases comprehension of the relationship between physiology and disease
  • Gives a clear and accurate view of diagnostic criteria
  • Helps doctors and clinicians develop a customized and prioritized treatment plan
  • Provides an excellent first step in holistic care

Is whole body regulation thermometry safe?

Absolutely! This type of therapy is founded on 30 years of research by Integrative Medicine physicians in Europe. Whole body regulation thermometry is cleared by the FDA and is routinely used as an adjunct assessment tool designed to identify underlying causes early in the disease process. Best of all, thermometry is completely non-toxic and non-invasive.

Schedule an appointment today.

Thermometry can help detect underlying issues before they worsen. To learn more about this assessment, schedule a consultation at BioEnergetics. We’re located in The BioMed Center New England in Providence, RI. Contact us online anytime or call us at (833) 824-6633.

    Monday/Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
    Tuesday/Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

    The BioMed Center New England
    111 Chestnut Street
    Providence, RI 02903

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