Did you know there is another way to search for the signs of breast cancer, a way that is gentle, safe, and painless?
Thermal imaging has been an available medical test for more than 50 years now. A Thermography scan is totally safe and it does not expose a patient to any form of radiation. It’s a non-invasive, painless test with absolutely no adverse effects and no contra-indications. It can be used at any age and provides a diagnostic tool far superior to others in the early stages of some diseases.
It is always important to stay proactive and well informed in your own health care. In addition to your regular medical breast examinations, consider regular breast screening with Thermography. The results could change your life.
Thermography is one of the best early warning systems available today. We are dedicated to bringing the most advanced breast imaging to clients throughout the greater Buffalo area. Early detection is important, but prevention is the key!
The advantage of an early assessment of risk factors could be life-saving. Breast thermography, one of the best early warning systems available today, is a non-invasive, radiation-free monitoring of breast health.
Breast thermography uses infrared technology. Infrared images of the breast are analyzed and rated to determine the risk of developing breast cancer. Thermography is non-invasive, safe, and painless – no radiation or compression is used.
The infrared imaging process allows you to see the range and amount of heat, or thermal energy, emitted from the body. Structural tests, such as mammograms and ultrasound, rely on finding physical lesions (anatomy), while breast thermography detects asymmetrical blood vessel circulation (physiology) within the breast.
Thermography is based on the premise that before the growth of abnormal cells is possible, a constant blood supply must be circulated to the growth area. Thermography measures the heat generated by the microcirculation of blood in the breast during this process.
We also offer full body, upper body, lower body, and dental/thyroid/cranial imaging to visualize pain or indicate areas for aiding practitioners in the diagnosis and treatment of various conditions.