Date(s) - 10/12/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Health Naturally - Bay City
Health Naturally in partnership with Adelpha Breast Thermography and Therma-Scan™ Reference Laboratory will be providing breast thermograms at our Bay City location on October 12, 2017. Cost is $165.00.
Please call 989-684-7901 to schedule your screening today.
Your New Choice…
Your Best Choice…
Infrared Thermology has redefined early detection for breast cancer by providing the earliest and most sensitive means of screening. According to Dr. Parvis Gamagami, Thermology detects risk factors 5-8 years sooner than mammography. By providing the ability to detect specific blood-flow abnormalities (functional physiology) before a tumor may form (anatomical physiology), Thermology compliments self-breast exams and other appropriate follow-up tests recommended by your physician such as ultrasound and MRI.
Thermography is 86% to 95% accurate for early screening of cancer with no radiation exposure. This safe, non-toxic, highly accurate and inexpensive form of diagnostic imaging used by progressive physicians in the US and Europe since 1962 is based on heat emissions naturally occurring in the body. As the body’s cells go through their energy conversion process (metabolism), they emit heat. When there is uncontrolled growth, as in a cancer of early increase in blood vessels in a cancerous area, even more heat is emitted. Thermography is able to register these heat emissions and display them in detail on a computer.
- No pain
- No ionizing radiation exposure
- No contact ~ no breast compression
- Non-invasive ~ no dyes or contrast mediums
Standing in front of a Thermography camera, a set of digital computerized pictures are taken. These pictures show the body’s internal heat patterns. The pictures can then be reviewed using a four part analytic method and your results are sent directly to you and your primary health care practitioner of choice.
Thermography is easy, offers peace of mind, and is vital for maintaining optimal breast health. It is the newest, safest and most accurate choice for early detection.