Veterinary patients do not seek medical attention themselves. An animal is most often presented to the veterinarian as a result of symptoms observed by an owner or caretaker. The veterinarians’ responsibility is to evaluate, diagnose, and then provide the best possible care for this patient.

Visual cues during this evaluation process lead to further diagnostic testing to finalize a definitive diagnosis.

How it benefits us:

  1. Thermal gradients are represented as a physiological map of the patient which outline precise anatomical areas in need of further examination.
  2. Early detection of many disorders before they become an issue: e.g. osteoarthritis.
  3. An objective measurement of the progress of any therapeutic protocol; pharmaceutical or modality based.
  4. A visual image aiding in client communication and education.