Finally, a way to more safely and effectively assess your doggo.
Thermal Imaging is a tool that accurately pinpoints inflammation or increased circulation in your dog. In other words, this innovative tool allows us to give a voice to your pet, so we know where your dog is experiencing pain and how to address it safely and gently.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
“Our English Staffy Sophie has hip dysplasia and multiple areas of arthritis. We started using Daniella and after a few regular visits, she made some fantastic improvements. Daniella is great with the dogs, really cares and is a wealth of knowledge! Would highly recommend.”
~ Nicky B.
WHEN TO USE THERMAL IMAGING
Thermal Imaging can be helpful for:
When your pet is acting stoic and you don't know why
When you are unable to locate your dog's source of pain or discomfort
Dogs with soft tissue injuries or blood flow disorders
Dogs with neurologic or inflammatory conditions
General wellness screening and preventative care
Benefits of using Thermal Imaging:
It’s non-invasive and risk free
It results in instant and accurate assessments
You can feel reassured by getting an objective measurement of response to treatment
It locates focal regions to target during treatment
It allows for early detection of potential health problems
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Infrared thermography measures heat at the body’s skin surface, which is directly correlated to circulation in the skin. A "hot spot" indicates inflammation or increased circulation and a "cold spot" is a reduction in blood supply. Pets who have inflammation or pain will have increased heat in those affected areas.
NOTE: This is not meant to replace radiographs or other imaging tools, but rather complements them.
HOW I CAN HELP
Thermal imaging is used in all physical Holistic Dog consults as a way to more effectively assess your dog. The imaging allows me to find any ‘problem areas’ and helps provide guidance on providing a more accurate course of action moving forward in helping your dog improve his quality of life and overall well-being.