We provide flexible learning with a simple and proven system that allows students to learn at their own pace. Courses are available online, at our training facility, or at your place.
We now offer the Introduction to Thermology Class online for your convenience.
History of Thermography
Lymphatic System Physiology
Identifying Pathological Processes
Full Body Thermography Breast Thermography
Introduction to Thermographic Interpretation
Patient Positioning & Protocols
Setting up Your Exam Room
Review of Current Equipment*
Proper Camera Use
Designed for the non-physician to work as a technician in their own lab or working for another facility; or a doctor who wants to submit exams for interpretation.
After completing the 12 hour intro class you qualify to begin learning to take images for interpretation by PACT Certified interpreters. You may want to purchase a thermography system of your own to operate in this training section, or establish a relationship with a thermographic center for employment. Please see us first for qualified systems.
This course uses a combination of one-on-one training, webinars, and self study methods as necessary.
After completing the introduction course those desiring to pursue certification as a technician must complete the following prior to certification:
Designed for physicians who wish to perform in office screenings on their patients for breast pathologies and to promote general breast health. At the end of this program you will be able to recognize normal versus abnormal patterns in the breast, neck, and abdomen. You will be permitted to use a PACT interpretation service if needed. The course is taught on a one-on-one hands on course. It can be directed towards your area of interest.
Taught by Drs. Piana and Sepper.
This is a class designed for physicians who wish to perform screenings on patients for neurology and pain management purposes. By the end of this course you will be able to implement thermography as a physiological tool for pain origin and neurological assessment. The course is taught on a one-on-one hands on course. It can be directed towards your area of interest.
Taught by Drs. Piana and Sepper
This is a class designed for practitioners who wish to perform screenings on their patients for biomechanical assessment and neurology. There will also be focus on trigger point management and acupuncture, as well ad case management. The course is taught on a one-on-one hands on course. It can be directed towards your area of interest.
Taught by Dr. Piana.
This program allows hygienists and dentists to utilize new technology to integrate full body health through oral wellness. The certification course includes the introduction course listed above, as well as this specialty course. This specialty course will be performed at your clinic. We will help you set up the equipment and optimized it for dental evaluation.
Tuition: $1995.00 per Office (Up to 2 dentists and 2 hygienists)
This is a class designed for practicing doctors who wish to perform thermographic biomechanical assessment of the feet, . The course is taught on a one-on-one hands on course. It can be directed towards your area of interest.
Taught by Dr. Piana . Currently recruiting a Podiatrist to help educate others. Contact us.
This is a class designed for practicing Naturopaths who wish to perform systemic screening to evaluate wellness and response to treatment. Focus on inflammation, toxicity, and functional medicine. The course is taught on a one-on-one hands on course. It can be directed towards your area of interest.
Taught by Dr. Piana.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Thermology, License to Diagnose human diseases (MD, DC, DO, ND); Specialty Certification
This course is designed for doctors (MD, DC, ND, DO) looking to perform interpretations for others.
This is an in depth one-year program. You will need to study online with our instructors on a daily basis. You will perform a minimum of 500 exams. We start you off by performing phone consultations with patient whose reports are written by other thermologists so you may get the flow of how it works. After reading many of these you will then be trained in writing reports of your own. .
Diplomate candidates must have a minimum of 2 years as a Board Certified Clinical Thermographer, show proficiency in the science of thermography, and prepare a research project approved by the Board. An examination will be administered. All Diplomates will be recognized officially and be required to make a presentation at all annual conventions, as well as write articles for publication.
Fellowship entitlement is offered to those who have significantly contributed to the progression of thermal imaging, and have been recognized and approved by the PACT Board of Directors. If you feel you have contributed significantly to the thermographic community, or know someone who has, please contact us for nomination.