Diagnostic Ultrasound and Thermography

A note from Dr. Galina Migalko, MD. – We are so happy for Jakob and his parents. I met Jakob in the beginning of his journey to success and a healthy new beginning, when we have evaluated his health condition using non-invasive body scans. Great job Jakob. Thank you, Dr. Young for everything you do for people around the world. https://www.facebook.com/144446982270571/photos/a.659608854087712.1073741838.144446982270571/726015910780339/?type=1&theater

Universal Medical Imaging Group – Diagnostic Ultrasound and Thermography with Robert O Young

Introducing a non-invasive, painless and non-radioactive Full Body Comprehensive Medical Diagnostic Scan, which includes a Full Body Medical Ultrasound (anatomical), Full Body Medical Thermography (physiological), Full Body 3D Bio-Electro (functional) Scan to identify asymptomatic and often life-threatening dis-eases in their earliest, most preventable and reversible stages.

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Full Body Comprehensive Medical Diagnostic Scan includes:
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Medical Diagnostic Full Body Thermography
(Physiological Scan):

• Full Cranial, Carotid, Thyroid
• Full Breast/Chest Scan and Lymph Node Activity
• Full Back (Upper and Lower)
• Stomach, Visceral, (Abdomen), Large and Small Intestines, Kidneys, Colon, Ovaries and Uterus (for woman), prostate and testicles (for man)
• Upper and Lower Extremities
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Medical Diagnostic Full Body Ultrasound
(Anatomical Scan):

• Carotid
• Venous Color and Doppler
• Lower Arterial Color and Doppler
• Aorta Color and Doppler
• Thyroid
• Breast/Chest
• Pancreas
• Liver
• Gallbladder
• Common Bile Duct and Hepatic Ducts
• Portal Vein
• Kidneys
• Spleen
• Bladder
• OB/Pregnancy (if needed)
• Uterus and Ovaries (for women)
• Prostate (for men)
• Testicles (for men) (if needed)

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Medical Diagnostic 3D Full Body Bio-Electro
(Functional Scan):

• Cardiovascular System
• Respiratory System
• Digestive System
• Immune System
• Brain chemistry and Neurotransmitter balance (such as Serotonin, Dopamine and Acetylcholine levels)
• Oxygen levels (which may show if the brain or muscles are receiving enough oxygenated blood and the CO2 levels, Hydrogen, Bicarbonates for healthy cell metabolism)
• Nervous System
• Physiological and Psychiatrical Evaluation
• Neuromuscular System
• Chiropractic Evaluation
• Spine and Muscular Evaluation
• Metabolic Function
• Hormonal (Endocrine) system (including DHEA, Testosterone (for man), Thyroid, Insulin, Cortisol, Adrenal Gland Hormone balance, TSH and Thyroid function)
• Ions and Minerals Evaluation (such as Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride and more)
• The body interstitial pH (will show if there is a acid-alkaline balance)
• Andrology screening of the stress and psychological disorders related to the erectile disorders (ED)
• Urinary System (screening for prostate, bladder and kidneys disorders)
• Gynecology/Reproductive System (screening for stress and psychological disorders related to infertility and sterility)
• Oncology (follow up, early visualization of effectiveness and the side effects of the chemotherapy or any other treatments)
• Body Composition (including Fat Mass, Lean Mass, Muscular Mass, Intracellular and Extracellular Water, Extra Cellular Oxidative Stress Analysis)
• Weight Analysis
• Lab Test Recommendations
• Therapeutic recommendations
• Nutritional recommendations
• Herbal Therapy recommendations
• Acupuncture and acupressure treatment point recommendations
• Homeopathy treatment recommendations

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For more information please visit:
www.universalmedicalimaging.com
http://www.phmiracleliving.com/t-MedicalImaging.aspx

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