Thermography is a completely non-invasive clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries. It does so by showing thermal abnormalities present in the body.
How is it different from X-Ray, CT, Ultrasound, MRI and Mammography?
X-Ray, CT, Ultrasound, MRI, and mammography are all tests of anatomy that measure the structures of your body. Thermography, however, is unique in its capability to show the physiological changes and metabolic processes occurring in your body.
- Safe, easy and pain free
- No radiation exposure
- No compression of breast tissue
- FDA registered
- Early intervention
- Provides information about fibrocystic activity and inflammatory breast cancer
- Detects changes in tissue from smallest of tumors
- Monitors therapy progress for conditions and injuries
- Evaluates chest wall after breast surgery
Thermography is capable of detecting potential cancers YEARS before mammography.
256 cancer cells (size of a pinhead 2 yrs.)
1,048,576 cancer cells (5 yrs.)
4,294,967,296 cancer cells (8yrs.)