Thermal imaging study

In this study we used thermal imaging to assess the efficacy of the NES miHealth for issues such as back pain, joint issues and whiplash injury.

Why Thermal Imaging Works to Assess Efficacy:

The body emits heat and infrared signals. Heat radiates from our tissues as they convert or metabolise food into energy and as the energy is picked up by the blood circulation. Our circulatory system distributes and equalises this body heat derived from metabolism. We can observe a high degree of thermal symmetry in the normal body, so that any subtle, abnormal temperature asymmetry can be easily identified as an area of either diminished or increased energy flow.

Thermal Imaging, with its ability to scan the infrared spectrum, offers a snapshot into this invisible world. Subtle energetic imbalances are manifested as physiological changes, which are reflected in the functioning of underlying tissues. These underlying changes can first be seen at an infrared level as abnormal thermal patterns.

Study Details:

NES miHealth was used according to the protocol devised by the practitioner. 3 functions were selected for each subject. Both on-body mode and broadcast mode was evaluated. The subjects were allowed to acclimatise to the temperature-controlled room and scientifically appropriate protocol was applied.

The thermal images taken before and after miHealth therapy show an increased blood flow to the area, and a normalisation of heat profile.

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