Veterinary Thermal Imaging
Fraser Noble Building
Veterinary Thermal Imaging provides a valuable addition to existing diagnostic tools such as X-rays, CT, MRI and Ultrasound scanning. It also provides a visual management tool for owners and professionals monitoring or treating injury, illness or disease. Today's high definition imaging allows anatomical structures to be easily discerned, and pinpoint the seat of pain, allowing diagnosis or more targeted tests to be performed. Veterinary Thermal Imaging effectively identifies problems in bone as well as soft-tissue, and can assist in the detection of nerve damage and dysfunction. It objectively measures the extent of any issues, and is highly effective for monitoring recovery progress. Thermal imaging is non-invasive, non-radioactive, and non-contact.