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What is Thermography? Thermography, also known as Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging, uses infrared technology to show the patterns of heat emissions on the surface of the skin. Thermal imaging is used for Breast Cancer Risk Assessment and Evaluation, Adjunctive Diagnostic Information, as a Prognostic Indicator, and for Treatment Monitoring.
Why consider Breast Thermography? Research shows over 40% of cancers may be prevented by diet and lifestyle changes
Two Applications of Thermography:
Breast Thermography as a Breast Cancer Risk Assessment: With Breast Thermography, infrared images of the breast are analyzed and rated to determine the risk of developing breast cancer. Breast Thermography is based on the premise that before the growth of abnormal cells is possible, a constant blood supply must be circulated to the growth area. Chemical and blood vessel activity in both pre-cancerous tissue and the area surrounding a developing breast cancer is almost always higher than in the normal breast. Thermography is non-invasive, safe, and painless - no radiation or compression is used.
Cranial/Dental/Thyroid Scannin: Upper/Lower/Full Body Scanning Thermal patterns, or hot spots, indicate areas of pain and inflammation not captured by Xrays or other imaging means. Areas that appear cooler than normal may indicate of poor circulation or other conditions. Care providers use thermal images as an aid in “seeing” pain. Used for arthritis, diabetes, headaches, neck and back problems, nervous system disorders, metabolic disorders, pain syndromes, repetitive strain injuries, soft tissue injuries, thyroid function, cavitations, TMJ function, vascular disorders, and more.