Take Wellness to the Next Level with OligoScan

The Thermography Center of Dallas is now 0ffering the OligoScan, which shows in less than five minutes what heavy metals are in the body, as well as 20 important minerals. Like thermography, this testing is radiation-free and non-invasive, and results can be seen immediately. The test only requires a person’s blood type.

This is different than a blood, urine or hair analysis, as OligoScan more accurately shows what metals are currently in the tissues, rather than what may be circulating or what may have been there months ago. The technology is also an invaluable screening tool for actual tissue levels of minerals, which are crucial for detoxifying the body.

Very often, heavy metal toxicity is the missing link in understanding the overall picture of health, and can be the underlying cause of persistent symptoms that are unresponsive to treatment. OligoScan results can supply a protocol to achieve a higher level of health.

For more than 15 years, Thermography Center of Dallas has been serving the community by providing thermography to help people see the functionality of all major organs in the body.

For appointments, call 214-352-8758. For more information, visit visit ThermographyCenter.com.



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