The Malter Institute is proud to offer Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging/Thermography for our Arizona clients.
What is Thermography?
Thermography is state-of-the-art imaging that captures skin temperature images of the body and provides a map of variances in skin temperature.
Thermography can be used as a whole body approach to wellness with the understanding that there is no “normal” asymmetrical heat in the body. Thermal cameras can detect heat on the skin surface that may indicate underlying issues. Thermography is an excellent tool to show the skin temperature of most areas of the body and is safe for anyone male and female at any age. It provides another perspective when exploring the state of stress and energy in the body.
Naomi Brand, has over 6 years experience using infrared thermal imaging cameras.
You can book a thermal imaging session directly with Naomi at one of our locations in Arizona.
We are very excited to be able to offer another informative, safe tool for our clients.
We have various locations in the Greater Phoenix Area, Cottonwood and Sedona, Tucson. Ask about our mobile service for other locations. For additional details and questions contact Naomi.
To Book a Screening, call or text 623-282-2167 or 817-683-3032 or email MIThermography@gmail.com. Include your name, phone number and email.
**Sessions must be booked no less than 4 days prior to screening in order to follow pre-screening preparations. Instructions will be sent via separate email after session is booked.
Thermography Sessions Standard Prices:
Cash, Checks, Venmo, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.
$50 Session Reservation Fee required at some locations (credited toward final payment at time of service)
Contact Naomi to schedule your thermal imaging today at:
MIThermography@gmail.com; Text or call: 817-683-3032
**Disclaimer: thermal infrared imaging is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not for diagnosing any medical condition. We recommend consulting your primary practitioner for any interpretation of your images. Images are in inverse gray scale.