Before and After a BioMat Treatment
The following images were taken using a Med-Hot Max 307 Medical Infrared Camera. For this experiment, the BioMat was set to a temperature of 140F, and allowed to warm up before the treatment began. The camera was calibrated to the internal core temperature of the subject, and images were taken within 5 minutes of treatment beginning and ending.
The colors represent differences in temperature within the body, with white being the hottest, followed by red, orange, yellow, green and blue being the coldest. Local areas that appear white or red can represent inflammation. These hot spots often map perfectly onto areas of chronic discomfort from fibromyalgia or arthritis. In the following pictures, you may notice the hot spots map almost perfectly onto the lymphatic system.