Safe Screening. Early Detection.
When it comes to health, prevention is something we have all heard about. Benjamin Franklin has been quoted many times, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” There are many ways we can support our body’s health, but first we need to be aware of what our health condition is and what areas to target.
Most diseases do not appear overnight. In most cases, disease silently develops for years before its damaging effects can be detected or felt in daily life. Our bodies are amazing in that they are constantly fighting disease and processing toxins, all while we go about our routines, typically unaware of potential issues.
Extensive research has clearly proven that a common link and precursor to almost all diseases, including cancers, is inflammation. Inflammation is invisible to the human eye, as well as conventional tests like MRI, X-ray, Mammogram, and Ultrasound, for example.
Thermography is a safe, non-invasive imaging technology that is completely unique in its ability to see the function, or physiology, of the body. It views this physiology by measuring the infrared thermal patterns, or heat, being emitted from the body. And what does inflammation, that common-denominator in many diseases, generate? Heat.
Thermography is able to assist in the detection of a number of other conditions and is very helpful in monitoring therapy, ensuring that the patient is seeing progress.
…So why not take a look?
Thermal imaging is:
All readers and women alike, please note the FDA’s guidelines regarding thermography:
- Thermography is not a replacement for screening mammography
- [Thermography] should not be used by itself to diagnose breast cancer.
- [Thermography] is NOT a substitute for NOR is it superior to mammography
- Thermography devices have been cleared by the FDA for use as an adjunct, or additional, tool for detecting breast cancer.