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ThermalImagingBowenTherapy

ThermalImagingBowenTherapy

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Showing the effects on the body of the Bowen Technique using
Thermal Imaging
Showing the effects on the body of the Bowen Technique using
Thermal Imaging

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ASSESSMENT TASK 1.– ASSESSMENTFOR PROFESSIONAL SKILLS.DIPLOMA OF BOWEN THERAPY 21620VIC.
Showing the effects on the body of the Bowen Technique using Thermal Imaging 
RESEARCH PROJECT
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Phone: (07) 3804 6363Mob: 0427 298 128Email: kff1945@tpg.com.au84/225 Logan Street,EAGLEBY. QLD. 4207
FAYE FERGUSON
 
RESEARCH PROJECTAssessment Task 1. – Assessment of ProfessionalSkillsBorder College of Natural Therapies.Faye FergusonShowing the effects on the Body of the BowenTechnique using Thermal Imaging.
The purpose of this research was to reveal how Medical InfraredThermal Imaging and Bowen Therapy join together to show how thebody is effected by a Bowen Therapy Treatment. These effects areshown by having the images taken before a treatment and then havingimages taken several times after a treatment, with a thermographycamera.Thermal Thermography is the use of an infrared thermal imaging andmeasurement camera to ‘”see” and “measure” thermal energy emittedfrom an object.Thermal, or Infrared Energy, is light that is not visible because itswavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye: it’s the partof the electromagnetic spectrum that we perceive as heat. Unlikevisible light, in the infrared world, everything with a temperatureabove absolute zero emits heat. Even very cold objects, like icecubes, emit infrared radiation. The higher the object’s temperature,the greater the infrared radiation emitted. Infrared allows us to seewhat our eyes cannot.Infrared Thermography is being used in every day applications toassess, for instance, how much heat is being lost from a building, howthe brakes on a car perform and how quickly skin heals around awound after an operation. As well as in offices, schools, factories,hotels, construction, workshops and multi-site co-ordination.Infrared Thermograph is also used in condition monitoring - how well amechanical system is performing: preventative maintenance - how hotthe fuses of a factory electrical switchboard are becoming: Medicalthermography – assessing skin temperature: Equine thermography –lameness in horses: Thermal Building Survey – reducing heat loss inbuildings.
 
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Australian Workplace Thermal Testing, 2003.www.awtt.com.au/thermalimaging.html  
Medical thermal imaging (MII) is becoming a common screeningmodality in the areas of neuromusculosketal injury, cancer, andcirculatory pathology. As a physiological imaging modality thatassesses body function, it can indicate developing disease states – andbreast cancer – earlier than anatomical examinations. It is highlyaccurate and 100% safe, involving no radiation or contact. MII ishelpful for chronic pain, disease processes, and monitoring treatmenteffectiveness on physiology. MII can also help to identify sources of pain, particularly those involving the neuromuscular and circulatorysystems. And because every organ reflects itself on the skin surface,organ stress/compromise can be monitored. If disease processes arepresent, a thermal imager may detect them before symptoms becomeapparent, enabling early intervention and proactive treatment.There are far reaching health implications in these postulationsbecause they suggest that paraspinal thermography should provide a “window” into the entire sympathetic nervous system.
Resh,RE. NeuralScan-a window into the spine. Unpublished brief,1992.
The FDA approved the technology for adjunctive breast cancerscreening in 1982, and it has been recognized as a viable diagnostictool since 1987 by the AMA council on Scientific Affairs, the ACACouncil on Diagnostic Imaging and the Congress of Neuro-Surgeonssince 1988, and the American Academy of Physical Medicine andRehabilitation since 1990. Research indicates that it is extremelyeffective in diagnosing most types of back, neck and limb pain,especially latent or intractable types of pain syndromes.The breast imaging procedure is based on the principle that chemicaland blood vessel activity in both pre-cancerous tissue and the areasurrounding a developing breast cancer is almost always higher than inthe normal breast. Since pre-cancerous and cancerous masses arehighly metabolic tissues, they need an abundant supply of nutrients tomaintain their growth. To obtain these nutrients they increasecirculation to their cells by secreting chemicals to keep existing bloodvessels open, recruit dormant vessels and create new ones

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