Any additional area of concern can be added to any series belows for $55
Initial baseline breast screening $200 (follow-ups $150) includes color and greyscale images with a medical report from an MD. Please note: Follow-up breast screenings at $150 are only available if done within 30 days of previous annual scan date.
#1 Choice by Functional Medical Doctors. Includes; Head/Maxillofacial, Dental, Neck/thyroid, Breasts, Abdomen, Upper Back.
For men, women and children
Upper (or) lower body study includes Breast Health study
$99 (one time fee) includes one annual breast health study and a discount on any follow up scans within 12 months. The perfect choice for quarterly scans, and to monitor any progress for various treatment protocols as suggested by a health care professional.
All scans are done by a Certified Clinical Thermography technician
PLEASE read the Prep-Instructions prior to scheduling your appointment!
Once you've scheduled an appointment, click on the "FORMS" tab to download and print the forms you need to fill out and bring with you to your appointment. If you don't have a printer, at-least review the prep-instructions, and the other forms will be given to you upon your arrival.
Upon your arrival, our clinical thermographer will go over your medical history with you which takes approximately 15 minutes prior to your thermal scan. The time allowed before imaging is mandatory for your body to adjust to the controlled room temperature of 68 -72 degrees. Your thermal images can be seen immediately after your scan is completed, and will be reviewed by the clinical thermographer before you leave, in case there are images that need to be re-done.
Your forms and thermal images are then sent through a HIPAA compliant email within 24 hrs. for interpretation by a medical doctor. You will receive your thermography report within 5-7 "business" days. (excluding holidays) In order to help you understand your thermography report, please download and print "Understanding Your Report" which can be located under the forms tab. Also, searching Google for any medical terms you don't understand is very helpful.