CLINICAL thermography

Breast Thermography

What Is Breast Thermography?

Breast thermography is a test that can assist in monitoring breast health and early changes associated with breast changes. It is safe, contact free and painless. 

Breast thermography can provide women with a marker for brest health, and with that an opportunity to look at diet, lifestyle and other factors to help improve breast health. Women who want to take a pro-active approach to their breast health find great value in the additional information provided by thermography.

Breast Thermography Enables You To:

- Establish your baseline thermal pattern
- Monitor any changes in these patterns over time
- Assess diet, lifestyle and other interventions

Breast Thermography is:

- Suitable for women of all ages
- Contact-free
- Painless
- Radiation-free
- 100% safe
- FDA approved

Thermography is a unique breast health indicator.

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How Does it Work?

Thermography is based on the scientific premise that changes in breast health cause an increased blood supply to the growth area. Breast thermography measures the heat generated by the circulation of blood in the breast during this process. Breast thermography can identify women with changes so they can be monitored more closely and work with their health care professional to set proactive strategies in place, through diet, environmental and lifestyle changes.

Anatomical tests, such as mammograms and ultrasound, rely on finding physical lesions (lumps). Breast thermography is a physiological test that can identify abnormal blood vessel circulation within the breast. Physiological changes are known to precede anatomical changes, therefore both anatomical and physiological information is valuable in fully assessing breast health.

Is Thermography a Standalone Test?

Breast thermography is not a diagnostic or stand-alone tool in the screening and diagnosis of breast cancer. It is a FDA (US Food & Drug Administration) approved adjunctive to mammography screening.  When a thermogram is positive, a closer look at the patient's hormonal metabolism, diet, exposure to environmental pollution, toxins and lifestyle factors is in order. Clinical blood work in addition to ultrasound and mammography is essential. When mammography and blood work are negative or equivocal, thermographic monitoring could continue on a quarterly to semi-annual basis.

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