• Thermography can detect subtle changes in body

    Beth Roessner, The Desert Sun 5:38 p.m. PDT May 28, 2014

    full-bodyLu Molberg of Palm Springs is a firm believer in alternative medicine. Through research and pursuing treatments that aligned with her beliefs, Molberg became an informed health care consumer. Taking control of her health has been empowering, she said.

    “You do have to have trust in health care,” said Molberg, “but most of all you have to have trust in yourself to make the right decisions.”

    Now in her 70s, Molberg stays healthy by monitoring the energy aspects of her body, teaching t’ai chi and staying current on her health care appointments.

    One practice that Molberg subscribes to is thermography — a non-invasive, full-body infrared scan that can help detect any changes in her body on a physiological level. Conventional practices like mammography have their place, but thermography, she said, is the path of least resistance.

    “You’re able to relate to a person and not a machine,” Molberg said. [Read More…]