What is Thermography

Thermography is a safe, comfortable and easy procedure. This risk assessment test can help aid in early detection of breast cancer with absolutely no radiation or compression. Thermography can establish overall breast health and can be used as a whole body approach to wellness. Thermography is taking a heat map of your body and provides you with information about what needs to be evaluated. When thermography is used as an adjunctive screening to a mammogram, 95% of early stage cancers will be detected.

There are over 800 published studies in peer-reviewed journals about thermography of the breast alone. A 2008 study at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in Cornell was published in the American Journal of Surgery showing a 97% sensitivity. Thermography is looking for physiological changes happening in the body which is why receiving follow up screenings are so important. When you monitor the physiological changes occurring in your body, you have the ability to save your life, or prevent disease from developing in the first place.


A full body screening is recommended at least once a year starting at age twenty.  With thermography you can monitor yourself by seeing changes in real time on your scan. You are seeing the inflammation which is a precursor to cancer and other diseases.

Thermography is helpful in seeing many different pathologies and it can also be a great indication for pain. It can show you where your pain is coming from and can give you a great indication if it is muscular pain, nerve pain or circulatory pain.

Full Body Screenings THERMOGRAPHY

  • Unexplained pain
  • Oral Inflammation
  • Artery Inflammation
  • Breast Disease
  • Abdominal Inflammation
  • Thyroid Inflammation
  • Sprain/Strain
  • Referred Pain Syndrome
  • Stroke Screening
  • Dental and TMJ (Temporomandibular joint)
  • Inflammatory Pain
  • Nerve damage
  • Vascular Disease
  • Skin Cancer
  • Arthritis
  • Back Injuries

The above conditions may be revealed by doing a full body scan or a scan of a particular section of concern. The full body scan is usually recommended to reveal the whole story about overall possible health challenges. It is recommended to get a full body scan at least once a year.Thermography is not diagnostic but gives early indications of heat pathologies in the body. Since you are normally finding things early on a thermogram you can then treat yourself naturally by focusing on improving your nutrition patterns and lifestyle. At the least, the condition can be closely monitored safely until conventional interventions need to be applied. It is important to recognize that early detection is the key to a good outcome. We will make recommendations or referrals as necessary. Thermography is an empowering tool because it encourages you to be proactive with your health and follow up with the necessary doctors.Contact Ashley Ageloff to book your screening today.