If you are seeking answers to your questions about breast health and thermography, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we provide answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you have further questions not addressed in our FAQ, please contact us.

A female Clinical Thermographer that is both licensed and certified will administer all screening and testing.


Licensed and trained physicians who have years of experience interpreting thermal images interpret our thermography scans.


We utliize the state-of-the-art MediTherm 2000 thermal screening camera, a top-of-the-line imaging device used by many of the leading physicians worldwide.


There are absolutely no risks or side effects of thermography. The procedure is safe, non-invasive, non-contact and no radiation.

Typically a breast thermal screening takes one half hour. A full body thermal scan can take up to an hour. Please plan accordingly.

Thermography is used to aid in the early detection of disease and pathology, determine risk factors, cause of pain, find areas of hot spots or inflammation, to identify an abnormal area for further diagnostic testing, to monitor healing and rehabilitation, to assess organ function, neurological issues, peripheral vascular insufficiently, degenerative, myofascial and overall immune health


Some insurance companies cover thermography screenings, but most do not. Payment is due at the time of service. We have found that some companies will reimburse or give a partial reimbursement and are happy to provide an invoice for you to submit to your insurance company.


We accept cash, checks, credit cards and your Health Savings Plan.

Thermography is a temperature gradient study, so in order to get good, clear, accurate images, we need to conduct the appointment in a slightly cool room.


Please choose the appropriate Client Preparation sheet (Breast, Full Body..ect) listed on our website under New Patients and Forms. You are asked and encouraged to fill out all the new intake forms before your appointment.


Please inform our office if you are pregnant or nursing, have had a surgery or biopsy or are currently being treated with chemotherapy or radiation therapy. Thermography may not be an appropriate screening for you at this time.

Thermography is a test of the function and physiology of the body. Its role in breast cancer and breast disorders is to help in the early detection and monitoring of abnormal physiology and the establishment of risk factors for the development or existence of cancer. In addition, it is the only screening tool which can see indications of breast disease 8-10 years earlier than other methods.

If you a woman or man in need of a breast screening, the United Breast Cancer Foundation (UBCF) will assist you with a free or low-cost breast screening regardless of age, income, gender, race, ethnicity or health insurance coverage.

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