Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, thermography has been approved by the FDA since 1982.

Yes, thermography uses no radiation or compression to achieve its images.

Images are taken by a Certified Clinical Thermographer who is trained by the American College of Clinical Thermology.

The images are sent via secured server to Electronic Medical Interpretation which is a professional group of physicians who are trained in the protocols of reading thermal images.

Thermography uses no radiation or compression to achieve its images.

No, the two complement each other. Thermal imaging can detect the potential presence of a tumor years before a mammogram can see it.

It is recommended to have two breast scans within three months of one another to establish a baseline. Thereafter, once annually is usually sufficient.

No, you can refer yourself. However, we do provide you with additional copies of your scan and interpretation if you would like to share them with your doctor.

As always, early detection is the key to a good outcome. Thermography is not diagnostic but identifies early risk factors. An abnormal result from a thermogram allows one more time for therapeutic life-style changes to be incorporated. At the very least, the condition can be closely monitored safely until conventional interventions need to be applied.

Some insurance companies cover the procedure and others do not. Contact your insurance company for its reimbursement procedure. Our policy is to receive payment at the time of service.