Thermal ScanIf your body temperature is 98.6 degrees, then the left and right sides of your spine should also be the same temperature. Your skin is the largest organ of the body and the blood vessels under the skin work as the body's thermostat. (They expand to release heat and contract to retain heat controlling the body's temperature.)
When the communication between the Nervous System and the blood vessels is disturbed, it causes the body's thermostat to malfunction producing and imbalanced temperature reading along the spine. These blood vessels are controlled by the same part of the Central Nervous System that runs your organs and glands, known as the autonomic system.
This thermal scan provides us with information to monitor the autonomic system for proper function. The Patented Insight Thermal Scanner assesses autonomic function by measuring skin temperature differentials. Displays support both pattern and segmental analysis.
On the segmental analysis graph, green, blue and red colors indicate mild, moderate and severe levels of thermal asymmetry respectively.