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We are a trained and registered CRT 2000® technician with Eidam.
See Glen F Rees BSc., N.D. listed on the Eidam website here: http://eidam.com/contact/Directory.asp
We are also listed as a CRT 2000® practitioner in the book ‘Take Control of Your Health & Escape the Sickness Industry’ by Elaine Hollingsworth under ‘Thermography Breast Diagnoses’ with our former address & title (Warragul Natural Health). Hollingsworth discusses the CRT 2000®’s measurement accuracy above conventional Mammography in the chapter on ‘Breast Health’. This, in addition to other vital data gathered by the CRT 2000®’s superior technology is discussed.
This video is an introduction to Thermography explaining the CRT 2000®
What is the CRT 2000®?
The CRT 2000® measures how the body responds to stress and compares these measurements to a vast historical library of thermal characteristics and markers, which are used to identify patterns of disease processes, even at an early stage.
The CRT 2000® Thermographic System is certified as a CE and US FDA Class 1 510(k) medical device, and is the only commercialized computerized regulation thermography device in the world. It is supported by studies and citations in numerous medical journals and is used by healthcare providers worldwide.
What is Regulation Thermography?
Regulation Thermography is a method of quantifying the thermal response of internal organs to cooling stimuli. When there are disease processes in a human body, the body’s organs respond differently to stress. A physiological response called the visceral cutaneous reflex allows us to measure these differences in the skin, using a very accurate thermal sensor.
The Measurement Process
The 30 minute procedure begins with 119 measurements of predefined points on the head and torso. After the end of the first measurement, the patient disrobes and waits in room temperature for 10 minutes*. This cooling stimulus applies stress to the patient’s organs, after which a second reading of the same points is taken.
*You will be asked to partially disrobe your torso allowing a mild skin cooling during this room-temperature cooling a thermal stimulus (you will feel cool but NOT cold) to act upon your body, for 10 mins. This cooling provides a Before & After thermal stressing effect similar as to when your Doctor might put you on a treadmill to attain a ‘before & after’ stress-test giving him/her valuable data on your heart for example.
What can a CRT reading reveal?
The CRT 2000® is an adjunctive diagnostic device that has the following indications for use:
- Abnormalities of the female breast
- Peripheral vascular diseases
- Musculoskeletal disorders
- Abnormalities of the thyroid gland
- Various neoplastic & inflammatory conditions
- A 4 to 7 year window before symptoms manifest
- Results discussed on the spot after data is sent to a 3 million strong database
Why should you have a CRT 2000® Thermogram taken?
Thermography measures thermal regulation of disease processes before symptoms begin. Help maintain your health with regular check-ups and by working with a healthcare practitioner who uses the CRT 2000® as an integral part of their practice.
The main points of interest with the CRT 2000®:
- Sensitive enough to pick up disease BEFORE symptoms appear from 2 -7 years in advance.
- CRT 2000® Output is totally independent of the operator-therapist. Therefore each scan has NO therapist slant in its measurements collected at-all therefore objectivity is preserved.
- Your CRT 2000® data is fed anonymously via the internet & compared to a now 2 million strong database to yield a printout to be discussed in house on-the-spot.
- CRT 2000® technology is now over 25 years old with version II (with which we now practice) A true quantum leap over version 1.
- No radiation, no side effects, no risk.
- Drawbacks! None really except: Your time & money.
Besides the CRT 2000® Thermography System we may complement your scan with more diagnostic methods to help further check the status of your health. See our Objectification methods here >