Thermographic Breast Exam Screening

Thermography For Breast Exam

Thermal Imaging “Visualizes” Pain, Injuries & Disease

Thermography is the EARLIEST detection for breast disease because the digital, infrared technology monitors the function of the breast tissue to detect abnormal changes even BEFORE a tumor can develop which allows for the earliest possible intervention and prevention. The scanning is done without any pain, radiation, or compression! We also scan other areas of the body to document and visualize your automobile injuries, pain issues, fibromyalgia, arthritis, nerve damage, cardiovascular issues, etc.

Thermography: Takes The Pain Out of Breast Exams

Thermal Imaging offers:

  • No Pain
  • No Radiation
  • Non Invasive
  • FDA Registered
  • No Compression
  • Earliest Possible Detection

Thermography for Breast Exams

Breast thermography’s ability to detect a pre-cancerous state of the breast, or signs of cancer at an extremely early stage, lies on its unique capability of monitoring the temperature variations and blood vessel alterations produced by the earliest changes in tissue physiology (or function).

Some studies have shown a 95% to 97% accuracy rate in the detection of breast disease, minimal false positives, and 2-5 years earlier detection than that of traditional forms of breast testing.

Further studies have shown a 61% increased survival rate when thermography is added to a woman’s regular breast health checkup. With breast disease on the rise and more health experts questioning the safety and effectiveness of traditional methods of breast testing, more women are seeking safer less invasive ways of monitoring their breast health. Thermography is the answer for many women!

Breast Caner Screening With Thermography
Mobile Thermographic Imaging [MTI] is on a mission to educate and empower women to safely monitor and prevent breast disease through the use of digital infrared thermal imaging. Early Detection SAVES Lives!

To schedule your appointment at Lake Pointe Chiropractic, please call (770) 763-7705.