Holistic Thermal Imaging

Janice Stedman: 226-919-6609

Chris DeLorey: 519-381-1269

Email: holisticthermalclinic@gmail.com

What is it?

 

Breast Thermography is a breakthrough imaging procedure where infrared images of the breasts are analyzed and rated to determine the risk of developing breast cancer 

Thermography is non-invasive, safe, and painless. There is no radiation or compression used during the procedure. 

The imaging process allows you to see the range and amount of thermal energy or heat emitted from the body

 

DITI - (Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging) 

Women who want to take a pro-active approach to their health find great value in the additional information provided by Breast Thermography

Women who want to take a pro-active approach to their health find great value in the additional information provided by Breast Thermography

Structural tests, such as mammograms and ultrasound rely on finding physical lesions, while Breast Thermography detects asymmetrical blood vessel circulation within the breast.

 

Thermography is based on the scientific premise that before the growth of the abnormal cells can occur, an increased blood supply must be circulated to the growth area. 

 

Thermography measures the heat generated by the microcirculation of blood in the breast during this process. 

 

Early detection is important

Prevention is 

The advantage of an early assessment of risk factors could be life-saving. Breast thermography is one of the best early detection systems available today. 

 

A 61% increase in survival rates has been shown when thermography is added to a woman's regular breast health checkup.

 

95% of early-stage breast cancers can be detected when thermography is used as part of a multimodal approach (clinical examination, mammography, and thermography) 

 

Breast Thermography can be safely performed on young pregnant women

 

Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women, and the risk increases with age.

 

Current research indicates that 1 in every 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime.