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Breast Thermography

Thermal Imaging

Thermography is a non-invasive, non-contact preventive physiological test that focuses on disease development and risk assessment. Thermal Imaging plays a key role in breast cancer prevention.

Thermal Imaging can be the first alert that cancer may be developing. Caught in this early stage, a woman may be able to lower her risk by making diet and lifestyle changes along with taking non-toxic IV Therapies like Vitamin C and Ozone.

For cancer cells to grow faster than surrounding tissue, they need additional blood flow. Thermography uses the most advanced and sensitive thermal cameras to detect abnormal heat patterns and blood vessel changes (angiogenesis) produced by diseased breast tissue. 


  1. Non-invasive,  Non-contact. 
  2. Completely safe (involves no radiation)
  3. A scan can be completed in a short time.
  4. It may detect changes in breast tissue years before it reaches the stage detected by a Mammogram. 
  5. Repeated mammographies puts a patient at an increased risk for developing breast cancer. This risk can be avoided.

Thermography is effective for Women Who

  1. Wish to have peace of mind and take preventive care of their breast health without the harmful effects of radiation
  2. Have undergone breast surgery including augmentation, reduction or mastectomy
  3. Have dense breast tissue which can make mammograms hard to interpret
  4. Want to take preventive care starting as early as 20’s 

“Thermograph’s accuracy and reliability is remarkable. In the 1970s and 1980s, a great deal of research was conducted on thermography. In 1981, Michel Gautherie, Ph.D., and his colleagues reported on a 10 year study, which found that an abnormal Thermogram was ten times more significant as a future risk indicator for breast cancer than having a history of breast cancer in your family”

Dr. Christiane Northrup MD.,