Kayla Giorno, CCT

Kayla received her certification in Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) in 2013. She provides the highest quality thermal imaging presently known.

Kayla is inspired by proactive preventative methods for detecting diseases in humans and animals. Thermography can detect subtle physiologic changes that accompany breast pathology such as fibrocystic disease, vascular disease, an infection, or cancer.

Kayla has used Thermography to identify sports injuries, muscle strains integrating it with our biofeedback machine “Ondamed” as a treatment modality.  Kayla enjoys using these great modalities with our patients including their four legged friends.