October Breast Health Awareness Month

  • 10% Discount on full body scan

  • 10% Discount on Upper Body scans 

  • 20% Discount on First time Breast scans            

Please visit the Schedule Page to schedule your scan. 

Please remember no heavy exercise, hot showers, spicy foods, gum chewing or deodorant/lotions 2 hours prior to scanning.  

If you are pregnant or breast feeding a breast scan will not be reliable as your hormone activity  is high and the doctors will not be able to tell a problem from just hormone activity.  Please wait 3 months after nursing to scan. 

Scan fees are listed on the bottom of the FAQ page.  Insurance does not regularly cover thermography. 

The most common harm of mammography screening is false positive results, when a test result seems to indicate cancer is present, but it is not, which causes anxiety for the patient. Worse it misses many tumors!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDNXDKnHfyQ

The most serious harm is overtreatment of a cancer that would not become a threat during the woman’s lifetime

More than ever, we are realizing that waiting for a disease to manifest lessens our chances of not just survival; it also minimizes our ability to live long, live active, and live healthy lives. Being proactive about wellness and taking steps to prevent disease is the key to to a future of vital health.
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To Your Health

Inflammation is a precursor to many diseases such as cancer, arthritis, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

Measuring inflammation through thermal imaging is a proactive and preventative method for detecting diseases which significantly improves your chances for longevity and good health.

Thermal Imaging?

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (or Thermography) creates images that illustrate heat patterns in the body. The thermal images are analyzed for abnormalities which may be signs of disease in the body.

Once a year

Annual Thermograms allow you to map changes in the bodies heat patterns over time and can alert you in any deviations from the norm. 

Mapping your health annually helps you detect changes often before disease develops.