Thermal Imaging

  As an aid to veterinary diagnosis Thermography is used to image changes in body temperature

Thermal Image of a dog




Injuries, whether open wound, fracture, muscle or tendon tear, will create increased blood flow – resulting in raised, localised body temperature that can be picked up using Thermal Imaging  …  often before any physical signs or symptoms have become apparent


As an aid to veterinary diagnosis significant thermal asymmetry can be highlighted for further investigation, together with any accompanying compensatory patterns.


Thermal Imaging  can also be used to track the healing process itself providing before, during and after treatment images in order to monitor progress