Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is Regulation Thermography?

  • Regulation Thermography is based on the physiology of heat in humans. When there are disease processes in the human body, the body, the body’s organs responds differently to stress. With the use of a very accurate thermal sensor, it is possible to measure and detect changes in the skin’s physiological response to stress. These changes may indicate the presence of a disease, even at its earliest stage before a patient shows symptoms.

What is the CRT 2000?

  • The CRT 2000 Contact Regulation Thermography System is a non-invasive, radiation-free, reproducible thermographic tool which measures how the body responds to stress (cold stimulus). These minute detectable changes in circulation patterns and thermal characteristics of the major organs produced data that can be used for adjunctive diagnosis of certain indications such as: abnormalities of the female breast, peripheral vascular disease, musculoskeletal disorders, extracranial cerebral and facial vascular disease, abnormalities of the thyroid gland, and various neoplastic and inflammatory conditions.

Why is it important to have a CRT 2000 Scan?

  • Your health is very important. The CRT 2000 Thermographic System can help measure your level of health and help provide indications of symptoms at a very early stage. With the assistance of a health care practitioner, you can adjust or supplement your diet, make proper lifestyle changes, seek additional specific testing, and more importantly, improve your overall health.

How credible is the CRT 2000 Scan?

  • In a study conducted amongst 70 women by Professor Wagner, Doctor of Oncology, there were 63 total confirmed cases of breast cancer. Of those 63 women, 34 received a clinical exam by a doctor, 48 received a clinical exam and a mammogram, and 61 received a clinical exam, mammogram, and a contact regulation thermography (CRT) scans. Having a clinical exam alone shows a 54% diagnostic accuracy rate. In addition, of a mammogram, the rate increases at 76%. CRT 2000 further improves this diagnostic accuracy rate by 20% at a rate of 96%.

How is CRT 2000 different from other types of scans?

  • Mammography produces a radiographic image. Radiation can have side effects. Infrared thermography produces a colored image of heat distribution from the liquid crystals. Though no radiation is involved, the input of liquid crystal may be a concern. Ultrasound produces images from the echo and involves no radiation, but used to investigate already diagnosed case. CT Scan used X-Rays and it is not a scanning device because it is used to investigate already diagnosed case. MRI with a dye injection, or a contrast medium uses strong magnetism and radio waves to produce three-dimensional images, and it is used as a supplement to detect the disease already identified. CRT 2000 does not involve radiation and totally non-invasive and works as an adjective diagnostic functional test.

How long does it take to complete the CRT Scan process?

  • It takes about 30 minutes maximum.

How reliable is this CRT 2000 scan?

  • CRT 2000 is a high performance medical device. An example will exemplify our claim. In a breast cancer study conducted amongst 70 women by Professor Wagner, Doctor of Oncology, Stuttgart, Germany, there were 63 total confirmed cases of breast cancer. Of those 63 women, 34 received a clinical exam by a doctor, 48 received a clinical exam and a mammogram, and 61 women received a clinical exam, mammogram, and a computerized regulation thermography (CRT) scans. Having a clinical exam alone shows a 54% diagnostic accuracy rate. The addition of a mammogram increased rate of accuracy to 76%. CRT further improved this diagnostic accuracy by 20%, reaching the accuracy rate of 96%.

"I use the CRT daily as a tool to conduct in-depth diagnoses and therapy. Additionally, it allows me to receive a complete picture, not just a partial one, of the patient’s health. It helps me recognize the links between physical and psychological disorders. I do not know of any other diagnostic tool that can demonstrate the regulation capability of humans like the CRT can

Breast cancer care

"In 2004, a woman diagnosed with breast cancer, using the traditional diagnostic tools of mammogram and MRI, underwent reconstructive surgery to build up the affected breast that had been removed through the previous mastectomy. This procedure required the transplantation of tissue from the unaffected, right breast to the area to be reconstructed on the left side. However, the lab results indicated that the right breast was also affected by cancer, as the cancer had metastasized from the left breast to the right.

Follow-up diagnosis using mammogram and MRI did not confirm the lab results; the radiologist sent her a report giving her a clean bill of health! The woman then underwent a CRT scan. It indicated what the mammogram and MRI failed to show: cancer in the right breast.

Dr. Tony Mulberg
Kachina Healing Center,
Prescott, AZ