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Thermography is a radiation-free, easy, safe, and non-invasive way to detect, evaluate, and monitor a large number of injuries and conditions. By detecting infrared heat emitted from your body, thermography provides an excellent way to see inflammation, long before you can even feel it!


The full-body scan is a popular prevention scan. Both men and women choose to have this scan performed yearly, to monitor their total health. Full body scans evaluate everything from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet (includes the full breast series). This scan provides a wealth of information that can help you target the root cause of many issues or give you early warning signs of impending issues. (Please note–thermography cannot be used to assess the brain, prostate, or testes).

The full body scan will screen for indications of:

  • Cranial Inflammation (headaches, sinuses, TMJ, etc)
  • Dental inflammation/infection
  • Stroke risk and carotid artery inflammation/occlusion
  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Circulatory issues
  • Breast disease
  • Lymphatic congestion
  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Organ Inflammation (stomach, intestines, kidneys, colon, uterus, etc)
  • Back Pain
  • Autoimmunity
  • Herniated discs

  • Trigger points
  • Nerve dysfunction
  • Varicose veins
  • Phlebitis
  • Deep vein thrombosis
  • Pre-diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Sprains/strains
  • Skin abnormalities
  • Pain
  • Generalized inflammation
  • ... and more!

Breast Health

Even without symptoms, knowing what our baseline breast health looks like is an important resource in self-care and prevention of disease. Our health scan imaging includes a full body scan of all of the breast health scan images as well as taking a look at any potential underlying inflammation in the entire body. Symptoms that may be present indicating inflammation of the breasts or concern in breast health could be:

• Swelling
• Pain
• Tenderness
• Nipple discharge other than breast milk/colostrum, or in non-lactating women
• Lumps/bumps in the breast or armpits
• Dimpling, pitting, redness
• Peeling, flaking, or scaling breast or nipple tissue
• Redness or unusual warmth
• Swollen lymph nodes under the arm or around the collarbone

Cardiovascular Health

Typical symptoms of underlying cardiovascular problems can be broad, but some of the most common symptoms to be aware of include:

• Pain or pressure in the chest
• Pain/discomfort in the back, jaw, arms, left shoulder, or elbows
• Shortness of breath
• Nausea
• Fatigue
• Dizziness/lightheadedness
• Cold sweats

Cardiovascular diseases are actually the most common cause of death worldwide. But because there are many ways to reduce your risk of cardiovascular issues and because there are many ways to improve your cardiovascular health, it is important to be vigilant to address these symptoms or concerns of potential cardiovascular problems. Inflammation is a precursor to many diseases, including cardiovascular disease; thermography is excellent at detecting inflammation in the body! A full body scan can identify areas of concerning inflammation that could be affecting your cardiovascular health, and a health scan imaging interpretation by a thermologist can help you to know what actions to consider or what questions to ask moving forward to improve your heart health.

Musculoskeletal Disorders

Carpal tunnel, tendonitis, ligament sprains, rotator cuff tendonitis, degenerative disc disease, arthritis, osteoporosis, bursitis, muscular dystrophy, and lupus erythematosus are just a few of many musculoskeletal disorders.

The symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders are very common and can include pain or problems in the joints, bones, muscles, ligaments, bursas, or tendons. A full body scan will assess your body, head to toe, for any areas of inflammation contributing to discomfort that could be related to a musculoskeletal disorder. A full body scan, or any thermogram, is able to detect inflammation before it is symptomatic in the body, so with regular thermograms/full body scans, you may be able to cut off a musculoskeletal disorder before it begins to affect your life adversely. 

Sinus and Allergies

A full body scan provides a picture into your entire body, including some of the same areas a health scan looks at, like the sinuses. Inflammation in the sinuses can indicate sinus problems, or allergies (chronic or seasonal). Symptoms of sinus trouble could include runny or stuffy nose, pain or pressure in the sinus cavities, headaches, possibly toothaches, bad breath, and you may be diagnosed with frequent sinus infections. Allergy symptoms could include a runny or stuffy nose, cough, sneezing, itchy/watery eyes, wheezing, itchy skin, rashes, hives, swellings, and sometimes also digestive issues. Because of the variety of presentation allergies can make, a health scan imaging session could be helpful in that it “takes a picture” of what is going on in every system of your body.

Digestive Disorders

Digestive disorders are often not very silent in their symptoms. Bloating, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, bleeding (stomach or rectal), incontinence, nausea, and vomiting can all be symptoms of an underlying digestive disorder. Some common digestive disorders with at least one of the above symptoms include: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), gallstones, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), ulcerative colitis, hemorrhoids, diverticulitis, or anal fissures. Digestive disorders can be caused by underlying viruses or bacteria, inflammation, poor circulation to the intestines, side effects of anti-inflammatory drugs, gallstones, muscle dysfunction, as well as have many other causes. A full body scan can help to identify areas of inflammation– which is often the first sign of disease, regardless of any other underlying cause. A treatment plan and follow up health scan imaging can help improve digestive disorder symptoms and monitor progress in healing.

Dental Challenges

Dental challenges could include cavities, tooth pain, possible infection of teeth/gums, among other concerns. A major player in pain and even in underlying health issues could possibly be a tooth that has received a root canal. A full body scan will look at what is going on in the head/teeth areas, and a full body scan will also provide you with images of what is going on in your entire body. Many degenerative diseases are suspected of being connected to root canaled teeth because teeth that have had a root canal can not be completely cleaned out or thoroughly disinfected, there are too many crevices and tubules in the tooth to guarantee 100% disinfection. Some infection always remains behind, even if it does not cause symptoms. Sometimes this infection lies dormant and the body constantly fights it off, and other times it presents itself in varying ways, as it spreads throughout the body. Some of the diseases suspected to have a possible correlation with root canals include kidney disease, lung disease, heart disease, bladder disease, stroke, diabetes, rheumatic and joint diseases, multiple sclerosis and ALS among other neurological diseases, and autoimmune diseases. Because of this potential connection, if you are having dental concerns or have had a root canal, a full body health scan imaging session could be really insightful and beneficial to your total body health. 

Critical Risk Markers By Thermography

We’ve seen studies now that show infrared imaging provides important markers that indicate a high risk for cancer.

Thermography helps your health care provider see beyond family medical history.

A Thermography scan can also identify future risks, and gives patients a chance to take proactive approaches by working with their health care provider to improve breast health.

Thermography helps medical professionals identify cancer at much earlier stages by maintaining close monitoring of breast health which can help prevent invasive tumor growth.

Thermography Interpretation

It is critical that a trained medical professional review your thermography (MIR) scans and provide a qualified medical interpretation.

Distinguishing normal thermographic readings from abnormalities requires proper training, experience, and adherence to medical guidelines and protocols.

When thermographic images are professionally produced and then interpreted by qualified medical professionals, those images provide invaluable information that could save your life.

For patients with dense breasts or a previous history of breast surgery, thermography can be extremely helpful, drawing attention to areas that should be evaluated or inspected more closely and could lead to additional mammograms, ultrasounds, or an MRI.

Thermography is considered an adjunctive imaging technique and is most often combined with information from other medical imaging techniques to provide crucial insights.


Thermographic imaging can be invaluable for early detection of cancer.

You may have read about the information regarding risk being higher in women whose close relatives have had the disease. Recent data is showing that 1 in every 8 women in the US will get breast cancer in their lifetime.
Studies also have shown an increase in survival rate and early detection when breast thermography and mammography are used in tandem.

Thermography’s ability to detect thermal signs that may suggest a pre-cancerous state of the breast, or signs of cancer at a very early stage is attributed to the ability thermography has to monitor the temperature variations produced by the earliest changes in tissue physiology.

Thermography does not currently have the ability to pinpoint the location of a tumor and is not 100% guaranteed to detect all cancers but it’s role in detection and diagnosis remains invaluable, especially when combined with other screening methods.

That being said, Thermography is an excellent adjunction to mammography and physical examination but is not meant to be a replacement of these screenings. These imaging tests complement each other and help doctors gain a clearer understanding. If treated in the earliest stages, the data for cure rates are incredibly optimistic.

Thermography is a 100% safe imaging test that can reveal a road map to improve your health, wellness and life longevity. Thermography is non-invasive and painless, involves no radiation, no contact, is private and F.D.A Certified. 


We adhere to quality assurance guidelines, strict protocols, and the highest standards in thermal imaging.


We combine advanced computerized thermal imaging with a highly trained group of professionals.

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Preparing for your Full Body Thermogram

  • For 24 hours prior to your scan – avoid heavy exercise, acupuncture, massage, sauna or steam rooms.
  • For 2 hours prior to your scan – avoid exercise and hot or cold showering. Do not shave under your arms or use deodorant, skin creams or lotion in the areas to be imaged.
  • Avoid sun exposure the day of the test. For the best result, you should not have had a sun burn or have used a tanning booth within a week of your test.
  • Please wear loose fitting clothing the day of your scan. Your scan will be delayed until irritation marks from tight fighting clothing have dissipated.
  • No changes in diet or medication are necessary.

Note: you must wait 3 months after pregnancy, nursing, major breast surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation before having a breast scan, and at least 1 month after a biopsy or minor surgery, such as mole removal, for results to be accurate.


You will be asked to disrobe all clothing down to your underwear and remove all jewelry. We will supply you with a lightweight cover to wear for privacy while you acclimate to the room’s temperature. Prior to your scan, we will review your intake form with you. Please be sure to inform us of any recent skin lesions that may affect the results. Thermal images of the full body will then be taken. Following your scan, we will review your images with you and answer any questions you may have. Your scans will be sent to a physician for interpretation. Reports are normally back within 48 hours and will be securely e-mailed to you (unless alternate method requested).
You are welcome to bring a companion or partner to be present during your examination and image review.