Even those among us who live the healthiest lifestyles will inevitably face medical conditions that require treatment. The best way to treat such conditions is to identify them as early as possible. Thermography provides a means for early detection of a multitude of treatable health issues, and does so more safely and more quickly than many standard tests.
- Some estimates are that 255,180 new cases of invasive breast cancer – and an additional 63,410 new cases of non-invasive breast cancer – will be diagnosed across the nation in 2017 alone.
- Thermography uses an infrared scanning device designed to assess the body’s surface temperature, which is converted to a digitized image that can show heat patterns
- Proponents say that thermography can detect early signs of breast cancer – up to 10 years before standard medical testing procedures.
“Thermography uses an infrared scanning device designed to assess the body’s surface temperature, which is converted to a digitized image that can show heat patterns. A certified physician then analyzes the amount of heat and the symmetry of the heat patterns in order to assess underlying physical condition – including the presence of inflammation or infection.”