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Thermography provides a very early look at the most important indicator of a potential health problem – Inflammation.

Thermography uses an infrared camera that measures the surface temperature of your skin to detect patterns that may indicate the need for further clinical evaluation.

Thermography detects inflammation, often long before you may feel any symptoms or be diagnosed with an actual disease.

Special Instructions for your imaging:

  • No breast surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation treatments 3 months prior to your imaging.

  • No breast biopsy for one month prior.

  • Lactation: Imaging is recommended if there is a problem or concern. However, a baseline is not recommended for at least 3 months after the last active breastfeeding.

24 hours prior to your appointment:

  • Avoid exercise or heavy physical activity.

  • No massage or lymph treatments.

  • No chiropractic adjustments.

  • No saunas, steam baths, or hot tubs.

  • No hot or cold packs.

Day of Exam:

  • Avoid heavy makeup.  Oil-based products on the body will affect accurate detection by the camera.

  • No hot showers within 4 hours of imaging.

  • Avoid deodorant or creams on the skin, especially oils.

  • No heat lamps or sunburn - you will have to reschedule

  • Do not shave the area to be imaged.

  • For head imaging, do not eat for at least 2 hours prior.

  • No gum chewing.

  • Avoid A/C in the car blowing directly on the patient.

  • You will be asked to remove all jewelry in the area to be imaged.

  • You will be asked to disrobe.  Underwear can remain on but will be lowered to the bikini level.

  • All hair will be pulled back away from the face and up off the neck.

  • You will acclimate to a certain temperature prior to the scans.


Breast - $205                                                          Health Study - $365

Chest & Breast - $245                                           Full Body - $575

Lower Body Pain Study - $345                            Upper Body Pain Study - $345

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