The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) is the world’s largest Anti-Aging conference. A4M provides medical professionals with the latest Anti-Aging, regenerative, functional and metabolic medicine research. A4M’s post-graduate educational programs provide hands-on training from experts in the Anti-Aging field. The conference is going on now through Sunday 12 December at The Venetian / Palazzo Resort convention center.
Dr. Gergory Melvin, DC from Total Thermal Imaging (San Diego, CA) uses thermal imaging to show patients the state of their prostate before and after using his protocol to promote healthy prostate function. Dr. Melvin recommends Crila® for Prostate as part of his Prostate Health Protocol. He believes Crila® is the most effective prostate herb available. Thermal imaging allows patients to see their progress and provides incentive to stay on track.
Crila Health Director Sue McKinney is here at A4M in Las Vegas with Total Thermal Imaging (TTI) in booth 2091. Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic technology that lets you see what’s going on in your body. It is especially effective in reading the 3 functions that are often the pre-cursors to disease: Inflammation, Hormone Imbalance, and Lymphatic Function.
I had my first scan at TTI last month. I chose to do the Women’s Body Scan because I wanted to check pelvic and breast health. It was fascinating! My scan confirmed I’m in good shape, but revealed tension at the base of my neck. Fair enough! as I’d just come off the 18 hour flight from Vietnam to California.
Total Thermal Imaging, has clinic offices in San Diego, CA and provides the complete thermal imaging equipment, certification and training to doctors and practitioners all over the US – and internationally. When I visited their office, they were working with doctors who’d come from Brazil to become certified in thermal imaging technology.
Here at the show, TTI is advising a chain of veterinary clinics in who want to provide thermography to help their veterinarians diagnose what’s ailing our pets. What a great way to help some of our best friends who can’t always tell us where it hurts. Seeing is believing!