Learn more about our services by reviewing some of our most frequently asked questions.
What is thermography?
Thermography is a technology that looks for thermal differences in the body. Any organ that is stressed or abnormally growing cells require blood flow in order to nourish the area. The thermography camera will show the areas of increased blood flow, allowing us to evaluate the “stressed” areas/organs in the body.
Does Insurance cover thermography?
Some insurance companies will reimburse for our thermography. We use the MedHot Thermal Camera, which is FDA approved for Medical Thermography. We encourage you to submit your receipt to your insurance company and see if they will reimburse you for the charges.
How do the joint injections work?
We inject a solution that contains numbing medicine, marine ocean water, B vitamins, homeopathic steroid or homeopathic proliferative and a trace amount of sodium bicarbonate. After the solution is injected, the ozone gas is inserted into the joint or affected area. The client is then asked to move the joint around and notify the practitioner if there is any residual pain.
How many joint injections are needed?
Typically 3 injections are required at a frequency of every 1-2 weeks.
Do I need an MRI or a CT scan prior to my injections?
No. It really doesn’t matter what the problem is. Whether you suffer from arthritis, tendon strain or tears, rotator cuff tears, carpal tunnel syndrome, injuries, plantar fasciitis, or pain in the neck or back, our goal is to provide the joint with the nourishment it needs (in the solution) and the oxygen (ozone) it needs to heal.
How does the BioScanPro work?
The BioScanPro is a biofeedback machine. Frequencies are fed through a pair of headphones through the brainstem (the “master” of our body) and deficient or problematic frequencies are kicked back to the machine. These frequencies help us identify stressed organs, disease processes, metal toxicity and much more information.
What do I do the BioScanPro for?
The BioScanPro can be done as a general health screening. If you are sick, we are able to determine if you have frequencies for bacteria, viruses, fungus or parasites.