October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Our Best Specials of the Year!

$15-$40 OFF

New Clients

  • Breast Region: $170 (reg. $185) | 15-30 minutes

    • Images of the breasts, under arm lymphatic region, and upper back

Thermography Specials:

All / Existing Clients

  • Two Regions:  $260 (reg. $285)​

    • 15-30 minutes | Images of two regions such as breasts & abdomen, arms & legs, etc.

  • Women's Health Check or Three Regions: $299 (reg. $325) | 30-45 minutes

    • ​Includes breast, abdomen, head & neck, & thyroid

  • Half Body: $330 (reg. $355) | 30-45 minutes

    • Everything but the legs & feet

  • Full Body: $369 (reg. $399) | 45-60 minutes

    • Images the entire body including the breast region for female clients


Combo Specials:

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  • Breast Thermography & Ultrasound: $355 (reg. $380)

  • Full Body Thermography & Breast Ultrasound: $554 (reg $594)

  • Ultrasound Women's Health Check: $499 (reg. $545) 

    • 2 hours | Includes Breasts & Pelvic Organs then choose between Right Upper Abdomen or Thyroid​

  • Thermography & Ultrasound Women's Health Check: $788 (reg. $870)

    • 2.5 hours | Includes Both Health Check Screenings​

Ultrasound Specials:

Receive $10 off each additional region!

  • Breasts & Underarms: $195 | 45-60 minutes

    • Use of high frequency sound waves to produce images of the breast tissue and structure to examine the size and shape of the breast. Also to determine if any lumps are malignant or fluid filled cysts. 

  • One Breast: $155 | 30 minutes

  • Aorta (AAA) $155 | 30 minutes

    • Images the "aorta," the main blood vessel leading away from the heart, and checking for aneurysms and plaque that may cause blockage of blood flow.

  • Renal Exam: $155 | 30 minutes

    • Images both kidneys and bladder for stones, atrophy, hydronephrosis and masses.  

  • Pelvis: $195 | 45-60 minutes                                              

    • Includes trans abdominal and trans vaginal views of uterus, endometrium, cervix, vagina, ovaries (if not obscured by bowel), and adnexas to evaluate for endometrial thickening, fibroids, ovarian cysts, etc.

  • Bilateral Lower Extremity Venous Duplex: $255 | 1 hour

    • Venous duplex imaging of both the legs to evaluate for blood clots, baker’s cyst, swelling, and venous insufficiency.

  • Unilateral Lower Extremity Venous Duplex: $155 | 30 minutes

    • Venous duplex imaging of one leg to evaluate for blood clots, baker’s cyst, swelling, and venous insufficiency

  • Thyroid: $155 | 30 minutes

    • Examines the thyroid lobes to assess for size, lumps, nodules, or masses.

  • Carotid Arteries: $155 | 60 minutes

    • Images the neck area where the carotid artery is which carries blood from the heart to the brain. This screens for any narrowing or blockage in the carotid artery that can lead to stroke.           

  • Right Upper Abdomen: $155 | 30 minutes

    • Examines liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and right kidney.

  • Complete Abdomen: $195 | 45-60 minutes

    • Examines liver, pancreas, gallbladder, spleen, right and left kidney. 

Please note: Since this is a self referred service, insurance will not cover your screening. Select locations only. Prices may vary. Cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. 

Receive $15 off your next scan by referring your loved ones!

Questions about the validity of Thermography? Read this information!

Infrared Imaging of the Breast — An Overview

Over 40 years of research and 800 indexed papers encompassing well over 300,000 women participants has demonstrated infrared imaging’s abilities in the early detection of breast cancer. Infrared imaging has distinguished itself as the earliest detection technology for breast cancer. It has the ability to signal an alarm that a cancer may be forming up to 10 years before any other procedure can detect it.

In 7 out of 10 cases, infrared imaging will detect signs of a cancer before it is seen on a mammogram. Clinical trials have also shown that infrared imaging significantly augments the long-term survival rates of its recipients by as much as 61%. And when used as part of a multimodal approach (clinical examination, mammography, and infrared imaging) 95% of all early stage cancers will be detected. Ongoing research into the thermal characteristics of breast pathologies will continue to investigate the relationships between neoangiogenesis, chemical mediators, and the neoplastic process.

It is unfortunate, but many clinicians still hesitate to consider infrared imaging as a useful tool in spite of the considerable research database, steady improvements in both infrared technology and image analysis, and continued efforts on the part of the infrared imaging societies. This attitude may be due in part to the average clinician’s unfamiliarity with the physical and biological basis of infrared imaging. The other methods of cancer investigations refer directly to topics of medical teaching. For instance, radiography and ultrasonography refer to structural anatomy. Infrared imaging, however, is based on thermodynamics and thermokinetics, which are unfamiliar to most clinicians; though man is experiencing heat production and exchange in every situation he undergoes or creates.

Considering the contribution that infrared imaging has demonstrated thus far in the field of early breast cancer detection, all possibilities should be considered for promoting further technical, biological, and clinical research along with the incorporation of the technology into common clinical use.

• In 1982, the FDA approved breast thermography as an adjunctive breast cancer screening procedure.

• Breast thermography has undergone extensive research since the late 1950's.

• The numbers of participants in many studies are very large -- 10K, 37K, 60K, 85K

• Some of these studies have followed patients up to 12 years.

• Strict standardized interpretation protocols have been established for over 15 years.

• Breast thermography has an average sensitivity and specificity of 90%.

• An abnormal thermogram is 10 times more significant as a future risk indicator for breast cancer than a first order family history of the disease.

• A persistent abnormal thermogram caries with it a 22x higher risk of future breast cancer.

• An abnormal infrared image is the single most important marker of high risk for developing breast cancer.

• Breast thermography has the ability to detect the first signs that a cancer may be forming up to 10 years before any other procedure can detect it.

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