Your Body benefits from targeted scanning and care.
Full Body Scan is able to detect inflammation before it is symptomatic in the body. A Full Body Thermal Scan procedure is used for the early detection of abnormal changes in the body. It finds indications of onset of disease, abnormal organ function and unaccounted for pain.
It is a useful tool for the purposes of preventive health care and further diagnostic testing. The full body thermal scan covers the entire body, taking images from head down to the toes.
The thermal scan detects underlying issues caused by or related to Breast Health, Cardiovascular health, Musculoskeletal Disorders, Sinus and Allergies, Digestive Disorder, Dental Challenge.
Our Scans find
Breast Cancer Screenings
Thermography is a test of physiology and therefore complementary to and not competitive with structural breast testing such as mammography, ultrasound or MRI.
With DITI, subtle physiological changes can be closely monitored, providing feedback for doctors and patients who seek to be more proactive with breast health protocols.
How is Breast Thermography performed?
Once in the office, patient may be asked to complete a breast health history form. The examination begins with a visual inspection of the surface of the breasts. This is a standard procedure that correlates any surface findings with the infrared images.
Once this is done, a patient will be left for 15 minutes in order for their body to reach a steady temperature state in equilibrium with the special temperature conditions of the room (between 68 and 72 degrees F).
After this brief waiting time, patient will be positioned in front of the imaging system so that the surfaces of the breasts, upper chest, and under arms are imaged.