Clinical Standard Physiological Imaging

Assisting animal diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation



Why Thermography

  • Medical Grade FDA Registered Screening equipment accurate up to 0.01 degree
  • Non-Invasive 100% Safe
  • Sedation Free
  • Mobile - Reduces Transportation Stress
  • Early Detection / Faster Diagnosis of a developing or existing dysfunction
  • Expeditious Interpretation by Board Certified Veterinary Thermologists
  • Economical First Step steering veterinarians to "look here"
  • To monitor your animals recovery and response to treatment
  • Helping to answer if your animal's change in behavior is stemming from pain
  • Preventative screening to detect soft tissue, joint and bone conditions before they cause lameness and pain
How is works

 Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging

DITI - Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging uses a highly sophisticated medical grade Infrared camera in the early identification of musculo-skeletal and neurological injuries, especially non-specific (and difficult to diagnose) lameness. DITI is unique in its capability to show physiological (functional) abnormalities and can graphically display and record the animals 'subjective' feeling of pain by objectively displaying the changes in skin surface temperature that accompany pain states. Infrared Thermal Imaging is used to look for far more than just "hot spots" with measurements down to 0.01° very accurate and objective results are possible.  Even deep inflammation can be detected by thermography.

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  • Lameness
  • Referred Pain Assesment
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Infections
  • Inflammatory Processes
  • Neurological Dysfunction
  • Malignancies
  • Vascular Dysfunction
  • Stress Fractures
  • Foot Conditions
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Success of Treatment
  • Healing Process and Prognosis
  • Preventative screening

                  3935 Albon Rd. Monclova, OH. 43542                            phone/text 419.509.2249