Now Available Through Our Beverly Hills Office!
How Hot Are Your Breasts?
Find out with Breast Thermography
Safe & Non-Invasive Breast Screening
· 100% safe & non-invasive infra-red imaging = No Radiation!
· See indications of breast disease 8-10 years earlier than mammography
· Safe & effective screening for dense breasts & breasts with implants
· Breast thermography can show if a lump is benign or not without biopsy
· Where Mammograms are inconclusive, Thermography is conclusive
· Thermal images are read only by certified Thermologist Doctors
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Our Office Location: 260 S. Beverly Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90212
You could do thermograpy over and over and it will never hurt you like mammography can.
Infrared Thermography Has No Side Effects, but Mammograms are Direct Radiation.
Remember Radiation Exposure is Cumulative
Breast Thermography shows changes in metabolic rate: changes related to underlying energy,
Breast Thermography is much better at detecting early changes in the breast tissue than conventional, invasive mammography exams.
We have a non-invasive full body scan using nutritional kinesiology. We use this daily at our Beverly Hills Office.
Our integrative, holistic, full body evaluation using kinesiology is a wonderful alternative to other methods of how to know what you need to do to improve your health. It reveals if your body systems are operating less than optimally, and shows us what will help you. Please note that before disease can ever take-hold and appear on any type of imaging test like x-ray, mammography, CT scan, MRI, or thermography, the underlying physiology has to change first.
We can detect subtle changes way before there are changes in anatomy such as an initial tumor formation that may be detected with breast thermography.
Thermography is one early way to detect this physiological change, before it becomes an anatomical change, but our integrative full body scan through kinesiology is a functional medicine method that, looks for subtle changes in physiology before it could even be evident as a change in an imaging study.