Thermography

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What is Thermography?

Thermography is a very sensitive and reliable way to map and display temperature differences in the body.

Inflammatory and hypothermic patterns will present themselves on the thermography scan, making it one of the most accurate ways to detect problems in the vascular, muscular, neural, and skeletal systems.

Imagine seeing into your body and identifying areas of inflammation without having to undergo invasive testing.

Thermal imaging uses infrared technology to detect changes in body temperature, which can indicate the presence of inflammation and disease. This knowledge is a powerful tool that can give you the direction you need to heal.

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What's the difference between Thermography and Mammogram?

A mammogram is an x-ray of the breast used to detect structures. The structures typically take years to form to where they can be seen on a mammogram.

Thermography is a test that uses infrared heat to detect physiological and functional changes. Because thermography sees inflammation, it can be used to identify areas that may be at risk for disease years before it shows up as a structure on a mammogram – making it a great way to be preventative and proactive about your breast health.

Thermography can help create a more complete picture of breast health when done in conjunction with mammography. We do not believe thermography is meant to replace a mammogram but is a non-invasive addition to a yearly breast health check routine.

Who’s a good candidate?

The Women’s Health Check Thermography is a preventative tool that can be used to screen for a variety of women’s health concerns, such as hormonal imbalance, breast disease, digestive issues, dental inflammation, thyroid dysfunction, lymphatic congestion, adrenal fatigue, reproductive organ inflammation, autonomic nervous system dysfunction, and more.

The medical report was designed with an easy-to-understand ‘risk level’ slider. The report delivers an overall, objective grading of a woman’s health status. Women can use this information to take charge of their health and work with their trusted Practitioner to prevent or heal conditions before they get serious.

Preventative care is key to maintaining good health as it allows for early detection and treatment of health concerns. Knowledge is power, and with the Women’s Health Check Thermography report, women can arm themselves with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about their health.

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The Process

1
Thermal Imaging

Our practitioner will spend time going over your information to ensure your health concerns are heard and understood. She will then take your picture with our thermal camera. This process is painless, private, and only takes about 10 minutes.

2
Medical Review

Our practitioner will spend time going over your information to ensure your health concerns are heard and understood. She will then take your picture with our thermal camera. This process is painless, private, and only takes about 10 minutes.

3
Wellness Plan and Referrals

With this information, we can create a wellness plan using clinically proven methods to address each area of concern. We also work with a large network of practitioners in the Tulsa area as trusted referral sources for additional treatment options if needed.

What science says about Thermography

Thermography, a non-invasive imaging technique, is backed by years of in-clinic studies, showcasing its sensitivity in detecting temperature variations and its potential to aid in identifying inflammatory and hypothermic patterns associated with various health conditions.

Relevant Links:

Skin Cancer Detection Using Infrared Thermography: Measurement Setup, Procedure and Equipment
A Review of Infrared Thermography for Delamination Detection on Infrastructures and Buildings
Recent Advances in Active Infrared Thermography for Non-Destructive Testing of Aerospace Components
Development and Application of Infrared Thermography Non-Destructive Testing Techniques

What We Offer

Woman's Health Check Thermography

Pictures taken: head, neck, breast, thyroid, stomach, reproductive organs, and back.

Can help identify: hormonal imbalance, breast disease, digestive issues, dental inflammation, thyroid dysfunction, lymphatic congestion, adrenal fatigue, reproductive organ inflammation, autonomic nervous system dysfunction, and more.

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Pricing
$350
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Breast Thermography

Pictures taken: breasts, back, and armpit area.

Can help identify: physiological changes often accompanying breast diseases such as cancer, fibrocystic disease, infection, lymphatic congestion, or vascular disease.

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Pricing
$250
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Full Body Thermography

Pictures taken: head, neck, breast/chest, abdomen, back, legs, hands, and feet.

Can help identify: soft tissue injuries, and sensory/autonomic nerve fiber dysfunction, pathology in the vascular, muscular, neural, and skeletal systems. As well as breast disease, digestive issues, lymphatic congestion, adrenal fatigue, dental inflammation, and more.

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Pricing
$400
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Wellness Bundle

Health Check Thermography plus the Bioenergetic Health Analysis service. With this information, we can identify inflammation in the body, nutritional deficiencies, digestive dysfunction, the presence of pathogens, cardiovascular health, reproductive health, thyroid dysfunction, colon health, and MUCH MORE!

The initial appointment takes 60 minutes. During this appointment, we will explain how it works, take the thermography pictures and run the Bioenergetic test. We then schedule a 30-minute follow-up appointment to discuss the results and explain the custom health plan we create for you based on your test results.This is truly an amazing way to identify your health concerns and gain the information you need to heal!

Frequently Asked Questions about Thermography
Does breast thermography replace mammograms?

Absolutely not! Similarly, mammograms do not replace thermography. In fact, the two tests complement each other. Thermography can be used in addition to mammography as part of regular breast health care.

How often should I do thermography?

If it is your first time having breast thermography, it is recommended to have a follow-up picture taken in 3 months to establish your baseline. Once the baseline is established, breast thermography should be done yearly.

Is thermography covered by insurance?

Unfortunately, thermography is not covered by insurance, but we do accept HSA (health savings account) and FSA (flex spending account) card payments. We also accept Care Credit.

Do I need a doctor's recommendation for thermography?

No. You do not need a doctor's recommendation to book a thermography appointment.

Is thermography safe?

Yes! Thermal imaging uses no radiation or intravenous methods and does not touch the body. The procedure is painless and completely safe. Infrared imaging does not replace any other form of imaging (e.g., CT, MRI, mammography) but is designed to be used in addition to other tests to provide physiological information that cannot be obtained from any other examination procedure.

Can thermography be done while pregnant and/or breastfeeding?

No. Thermography should not be done during pregnancy or while lactating. Due to the increase in blood flow to the breast tissue, this does not allow for an accurate reading or baseline establishment.

At what age can thermography be done?

Since thermography is non-invasive, this test can be done at any age! Mammograms are not recommended until 40 years old. This makes thermography an excellent option for younger women that want to be proactive about their breast health.

“The most promising aspect of thermography is its ability to spot anomalies years before mammography.”

Christiane Northrup, M.D.

Knowledge is power. Empower yourself today by learning more and taking the first step toward positive change.

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