Women's Health Scan
Breast Health Scan
Thermal imaging (aka thermography) is a non-invasive and radiation-free health discovery procedure that helps us to see the inflammation and disturbances in metabolic processes. X-ray Mammography and MRI detect anatomical changes so they will miss such things as active inflammation or angiogenesis. Thermal imaging is sensitive to physiology and alerts you and your doctor on the early stage thermal changes taking place in your breasts so you can monitor and make timely investigation and intervention if warranted. Thermal imaging is a 100% safe functional test that complements rather than replacing mammography.
Thermal imaging is highly valuable for all women and particularly those who value safety and comfort in imaging. Scanning takes 20 minutes or less. Reports are interpreted by board certified MDs.
Please read Pre-scan instructions prior to your office visit.
Vital Health Scan
The Women’s Vital Health Scan includes following body views and associated possible functional changes:
- Head and Neck (Sinus, Cardiovascular, Dental, TMJ, Thyroid, Stress and strain, Cervical nerve impingement)
- Breast (Unusual thermal hot spots and vascular patterns, Lymphatic congestion, Implants)
- Chest (Cardio health)
- Upper Back (Muscular stress and strain, Upper back pain, Cardiovascular health)
- Abdomen (Digestive issues, Lymphatic congestion, Food allergies, Pelvic region)
- Lower Back (Muscular skeletal issues and pain)
Please read Pre-scan instructions prior to your office visit. Also print and complete the relevant client form in the convenience of your home and bring it with you to your appointment.
Note: Breast Thermography is not a replacement for mammography or any other anatomical screening modality. Thermography is sensitive to physiology and is meant to be used as a complementary modality to the other tests or procedures. It may detect changes that if left unattended, could possibly progress into a mature disease that could then be detected by other types of imaging procedures. All thermography reports are meant to identify early stage thermal changes that suggest potential risk markers and do not in any way suggest diagnosis and/or treatment.