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Thermal imaging is an adjunctive test which contributes to the process of differential diagnosis, and is not independently diagnostic of pathology.


Full Body Baseline

Optimize your equine or canine athletic performance with a Full body Baseline

Comprehensive Physiological evaluation

When a suspected injury is localized more diagnostics can be done.

. Early detection before there are clinical

symptoms is the key to successfully managing and treating these injuries. Identifying minor problems at an early stage will allow for immediate treatment, as well as changes to training programs and competition schedules.


Treating an injury or disease in the earliest stages is far simpler and more economic than dealing with a chronic issue or advanced stage disease.

Clinical research has proven that Thermography can detect

  • tendon lesions two weeks before they are clinically evident
  • early identification of musculoskeletal
  • and neurological injuries
  •  non-specific and intermittent lameness.
  • early stages of pedal osteitis
  • navicular disease
  • hoof abcesses & laminitis
 Thermography can demostrate the distribution of blood flow related to gait and weight distribution, which is essential for monitoring the effectiveness and response to corrective shoeing.


Eliminate the guess work from observing your equine or canine road to recovery and minimize the chance of a re-injury by returning to training before they are totally  healed.

Thermography provides accurate information about the animal's response to the prescribed treatment as well as the effects of the injury.

Routine screening throughout rehabilitation and recovery can monitor the healing process and determine when your equine or canine can safely return to work or competition and give you peace of mind!


Thermal imaging is an invaluable tool to identify potential problem areas affecting your pet including:

  • Back problems
  • Hip issues
  • Tendon injuries
  • Circulatory conditions
  • Infections
  • Joint Inflammation
  • Muscle tears
  • Tendon/ligament injury
  • Toe injuries

and other situations that may affect the well-being of your fur baby.

For the working, show, agility, therapy dogs, herding, and all other hard working companion jobs.

Establishing baselines for the animals with thermal imaging is essential and an important record of the physiological health of the dogs.

DITI can be used as a gauge to clinically assess progress and treatment response.

There is no good chart for pet owners to refer to when judging whether or not their dog's lameness is improving.