Women's Health Check

A new enhanced screening focusing specifically on women's health concerns and needs.

There's never been a more important time to prioritize your health than now. 

 

Both screenings can assist you with:

View of Overall Health

Determine Future Risk Levels

Preventative / Wellness Planning

Detection of Abnormalities and Health Concerns

The Women's Health Check (WHC) comes at a perfect time to help support your wellness planning. It can also be used as part of a preventative health program giving you and  your practitioner signs of abnormalities or imbalances before they become serious health issues. The screenings may also detect findings that warrant further evaluation and action. 

Thermography is monitoring the functional activity of your body whereas ultrasound is examining the structures of your body. Each test provides different yet complementary information as part of a multi modal screening program. An annual WHC is ideal in monitoring changes year to year to show your progress or potential new concerns.

 

Thermography Women's Health Check: $325

  • 30 minutes | Includes Breasts, Abdomen, Head & Neck, Carotid Arteries & Thyroid

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Ultrasound Women's Health Check: $545 

  • 2 hours | Includes Breasts & Pelvic Organs then choose between

Right Upper Abdomen or Thyroid

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

Includes Both Screenings​

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Thermography

Women's Health Check:

 

 

 

 

 

Includes:

  • Breasts

  • OB-GYN

  • Thyroid

  • Endocrine

  • Organ Function

  • Carotid Arteries

  • Autonomic Status (Nerve function)

  • Hormone Imbalances / Estrogen Dominance

  • Adrenal Fatigue

  • Lymphatic Activity

With an enhanced focus on women’s health and an easy to understand ‘risk level’ slider, the new report delivers an overall, objective grading of a woman’s health status. The 71-point weighted grading of history and symptoms combines with the individually graded thermal findings relating to breast, OB-GYN, thyroid, endocrine, visceral, and autonomic status to provide a holistic view of overall health and future risk levels which can be used as part of a preventative health program.

The report is easy for a patient to understand with a color-coded slider indicating associated risk levels, so both patient and practitioner can take positive action to improve ‘women’s wellness’ with everything from lifestyle changes to holistic treatment, or even medical intervention when necessary.

The WHC standardized views are Head and Neck, Special View Thyroid and Carotid, standard Breast, and standard Abdomen. The reading doctors grade each view individually and specifically for findings such as estrogen dominance, symptoms of adrenal fatigue/insufficiency, thyroid dysfunction and hormone imbalance.

The history and symptoms grading system is combined with the interpreting doctor’s grading of findings to create a report that provides a simple WHC visual analogue grading that the patient can use to either maintain or improve their women’s health status.

Click here to view a complete sample report and images

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Ultrasound

Women's Health Check

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Includes:

  • Breasts & Lymph Nodes: images of the breasts tissue to examine the size and shape of the breast. Also to determine if any lumps are malignant or fluid filled cysts.  

  • Pelvis: 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.

Then choose between:

  • Thyroid: examines the thyroid lobes to assess for size, lumps, nodules, or masses.    

   

  • Right Upper Abdomen: examines liver, pancreas, gallbladder, and right kidney.

Examples of Breast Findings:

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Thermography Procedure

The test starts with your medical history being taken by a certified clinical thermographer. You will then disrobe the region being scanned. After the scanning is complete, the technician will review (not interpret) the images taken. Your information is then uploaded through a secure server and assigned to a medical doctor for final interpretation. This process is similar to sending x-rays to a radiologist for interpretation. Once we receive the report, we then forward a copy directly to you and any other health care practitioner requested. If you have any questions or concerns once receiving your results, we are always available to consult with you. Your images are archived for 7 years.​

 

VISIT PREPARATION

  • PLEASE CONTACT US IF you had a vaccination within the past 4 weeks.

  • PLEASE CONTACT US IF you are under the age of 25, are currently pregnant, or within the last three months have breastfed, had any surgical procedures to the breast including a biopsy, have had chemotherapy or radiation.

  • PLEASE CONTACT US IF you have a sunburn as your appointment may need to be rescheduled.

  • DO NOT consume hot or cold beverages 2 hours before your scan.

  • DO NOT use any deodorant, perfume, or lotion in the breast or armpit region 3 hours before your scan.

  • DO NOT participate in any vigorous exercise, massage therapy, chiropractic adjustments, or smoke 3 hours before your scan.

  • FULL BODY SCREENING ATTIRE: if possible, please wear thong or bikini style underwear for women and briefs for men.

  • If you have long hair, please be prepared to tie it above your neck and shoulders.

  • If you have thick hair located on the area we are scanning (i.e. face/neck beard, excessive hair growth in armpits, on chest, or back), images may not come out as clear as hair creates a barrier. Please consider shaving at least 24-hours prior to your appointment if they are your areas of concern. Do not shave the hair on the scalp because there is no application for scanning the brain/scalp area.

Ultrasound Procedure

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You will disrobe the region being scanned. The sonographer will apply a gel to the area being scanned. She holds a transducer, a hand-held device like a wand, which is then placed on your skin. Once completed, your images are then uploaded through a secure server to be interpreted by the Radiologist. Once we receive the report, we then forward a copy directly to you. Your images are archived for 7 years.

 

 

 

 

 

VISIT PREPARATION

  • PLEASE CONTACT US IF you had a vaccination within the past 4 weeks.

  • ABDOMINAL SCAN: Do not eat or drink 8 hours prior to your appointment. Nothing by mouth is permitted including gum, mints, etc. You may have SOME water, preferably to “wet the mouth” nothing excessive. Still water only.

  • RENAL/BLADDER SCAN: Do not eat or drink 6-8 hours prior to your appointment including gum, mints, etc. You may have still water only. Please arrive having already consumed 24-32 ounces of still water as your bladder must be in the process of filling up.

  • PELVIC SCAN: Drink a minimum of 24-ounces of water at least one hour before appointment. Do not empty your bladder until after your exam.​​