Thermography (also called Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging) is a non-invasive diagnostic technique used to detect abnormalities in the body's surface temperature. Unusual temperature patterns often indicate inflammation or vascular issues, which can be powerful warning signs that a potential disease process is underway. 

Breast Cancer Prevention
Thermography is most often used in between yearly mammograms and for women between 30 and 50 whose denser breast tissue makes it more difficult for mammography to pick up suspicious lesions.  Thermography can: 

  • Improve detection of fast-growing, active tumors between mammographic screenings
  • Spot evidence of inflammatory cancer in which there are no lumps to be detected by self-exam or mammogram
  • Provide "clinical markers" identifying specific areas of the breast that need closer examination
  • Establish baseline of breast health for women younger than the recommended mammography age of 40

Heart Disease Prevention
Thermography screenings can assess heart function and detect inflammation in the Carotid arteries, potential precursors to stroke and blood clots. When inflammation and/or occlusion of the carotid is visible, your doctor may do additional testing.

Pain Diagnostics
Pain in the body shows up as Hyperthermia (hot spots: red and white) or Hypothermia (cold spots: blue, purple, and black) indicating the presence of a vascular or nerve problem within the body. Thermography may identify patterns of inflammation and help direct proper treatment by homing in on sources of pain, including:

  • Dental pain, including TMJ, infected root canals, and gum disease
  • Arthritic pain, such as early detection and differentiation between Osteo and Rheumatoid
  • Sinus and head pain, spotting heat that may indicate that other systems in the body are out of balance
  • Digestive disorders, including inflammation related to IBS, diverticulitis and Crohn's disease
  • Aching joints and muscles, that may show patterns related to chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, and immune dysfunction

New Breast or Region Scan | $225, Comparative Breast Scan | $175

New Half Body Scan | $375, Comparative Half Body Scan | $325

New Full Body Screening | $475, Comparative Full Body Screening | $425