DITI can be useful for looking at the cardiovascular system, where it can to alert you to cardiac dysfunction, possible occlusion of the carotid arteries often associated in patients with a higher risk of stroke, plus vascular inflammatory pain and deep vein thrombosis (DVT) - in this instance you should visit the GP for exploration. If you have even the slightest inkling there is some sort of cardiovascular problem, go and see your GP. They will offer you an array of standard proven tests. Thermography could help point them quickly to the area of need- but do not use thermograpy INSTEAD of standard NHS tests.
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Patients with unexplained pain or with Chronic Pain Syndrome (CPS) can significantly benefit from the unique imaging capabilities of DITI, as unlike the imaging techniques mentioned above, which image anatomy, DITI shows precise areas of pain which cannot be shown in any other way.
For wellness, the physiological abnormailty detection aspect of DITI gives you the chance to safely visualise disease processes (because you can see where and the extent of inflammation in the body) occurring within your body and take early action. This could be as simple as dietary or lifestyle changes, or the need for further clinical correlation from your GP, to confirm DITI findings and construct a treatment plan.
DITI can be used to show up sports injuries and monitor treatment plans so the person knows when it is safe to return to their sport.
With very young children who may not be able to easily verbalise their pain, DITI is able to help overcome this problem and most importantly is 100% safe and non-invasive.
Knee pain in a patient whose orthopaedic consultant could not explain the pain, even after two MRI scans. DITI combined with Chiropractic clincal diagnosis (neurological and orthopaedic tests) helped reveal a laterally displaced patella, causing poor patella tracking leading to local swelling and pain. We were able to visualise the location of the pain with thermal imaging and adjust the patella and femur, leading to a fast and full recovery.
Carotid artery inflammation strongly associated with arterial occlusion was seen in one patient with a previous history of bypass surgery. Although he had been discharged from medical care no investigation into other potential cardiovascular dysfunction had been recommended. With DITI this patient was able to monitor many aspects of his cardiovascular health.
A suspected recurrence of bowel cancer where DITI findings stated 'no thermal findings for malignancy but thermal findings for colitis' which was then confirmed with further tests.*
* We recommend that any suspicion of cancer should be dealt with by your GP in the first instance. Once again DITI does not and CANNOT diagnose Cancer.
At DITI-UK we work in conjunction with one of the world’s leading and highly acclaimed bio-chemists who can perform forensic bloods and forensic urinalysis in order to identify and/or treat your symptoms. More information about this service is available during your consultation.
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