Importance of the CRT 2000™ Thermographic System

The CRT 2000™ Thermographic System is a non-invasive, radiation-free, reproducible thermographic tool which is used by healthcare practitioners to measure how a patient’s body responds to a cooling stimulus. The CRT 2000 includes a highly accurate temperature sensor which is used to measure temperature on various parts of the body by gentle contact with the surface of the patient’s uninjured skin.

A Thermogram, Reaction Profile and Patient Evaluation Report are generated for review by the patient’s healthcare practitioner. This information may be indicative of irregular body functioning, which a healthcare practitioner may then decide to investigate.

The information from a CRT 2000™ may lead a health care practitioner to address a patient’s underlying problem at an early stage. Such early detection can be very important as it enables a healthcare professional to advise patients to adjust or supplement their diet, make proper lifestyle changes, seek additional specific testing, and more importantly, improve their overall health.

"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