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Thermography & Ultrasound

for Breast Imaging

  • Both are safe, easy, pain-free and radiation-free

 

  • FDA has cleared both for adjunctive breast screening to be used with standard imaging procedures (mammograms, or as recommended by your doctor)

 

  • No painful compression of breast tissue - gentle contact with ultrasounds, zero contact with thermography

 

  • Both can image the entire chest, including underarms​

 

  • Both can safely image women with implants and, in fact, it is best to utilize both technologies

 

  • Neither are limited by varying breast sizes, small or large, or by dense breast tissue

 

  • Both are great options for women who would like additional breast imaging, such as younger women or women with concerns due to family history, BRCA gene mutations, and other risk factors

 

  • Thermography shows the physiology or activity occurring in the breast tissue. We can see inflammation, signs of hormone imbalance, lymph congestion, and suspicion for breast disease. It increases awareness of your breast health overall and is recommended to be combined with an imaging modality that evaluates structural changes in the breasts, such as lumps or cysts.

 

  • Ultrasounds shows the anatomy or structures of the breast tissue, which perfectly complements thermography imaging. Ultrasounds help distinguish what is a solid mass or a fluid-filled cyst and gathers more information for you to review with your doctor.​

Not sure which service to book?

Our office staff can help you understand the benefits and limitations to each technology in regards to your specific situation.  We don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to healthcare and our services are no exception to that!  Reach a caring representative at (281) 803-5880.

How to get started with our services:

A baseline for the breast scan requires two appointments. An initial scan is taken and in 3 months a second scan is taken for comparative analysis to determine your individual thermal patterns. Once a baseline is established (the thermologist reads both scans and determines whether your patterns are stable), standard recommendation for re-imaging is annually to consistently monitor for any changes in the breast tissue physiology. This is absolutely key for the proper use of medical thermography for breast imaging purposes.

Phone: 281-803-5880

Address: 13644 Breton Ridge Street, Suite E  -  Houston, TX  77070

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The editors, and contributors shall have no liability, obligation or responsibility to any person or entity for any loss, damage, or adverse consequence alleged to have happened directly or indirectly as a consequence of this material. Breast thermography offers women information that no other procedure can provide. Breast thermography is not a replacement for mammography or any other form of breast imaging. Breast thermography is meant to be used in addition to mammography and other tests. Breast thermography and mammography are complementary procedures, one does not replace the other. All thermography reports are meant to identify thermal emissions that suggest potential risk markers only and do not in any way suggest diagnosis and/or treatment. According to studies, earliest detection is realized when multiple tests are used together. This approach includes breast self-examinations, physical breast exams by a doctor, mammography, ultrasound, MRI, thermography, and other tests that may be ordered by your physician.

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