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Medical Thermography Research

Find the latest information on breast thermography research. There have been over 800 articles published on breast thermography and over 4,000 articles published on medical thermography.


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Breast Thermography

Breast Thermography is a radiation-free state-of- the-art screening procedure that captures heat images of the breast to aid in the early detection of cancer and fibrocystic breast disease.


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Breast Thermography Screening

Breast Cancer screening with Breast Thermography. A radiation free method of screening.

Breast Thermography is FDA Cleared as an adjunct to other anatomical testing.  We offer same day preliminary results as well as an in depth report reviewed by 3 levels of interpretation.  Exam inclu...

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Full Body Testing

Full Body screening involves thermal analysis of the body including the extremities.  We look for heat signs of abdominal inflammation, thyroid pathology, cerebrovascular imbalances, dental inflam...

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Spinal Screening

Spinal screening evaluates the neck and upper, mid, and lower back regions for inflammation and nerve interference. Exam fee $125 ....

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Torso Screening

Torso screening involves thermal analysis of the body minus the extremities.  We look for heat signs of abdominal inflammation, thyroid pathology, cerebrovascular imbalances, dental inflammation, ly...

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How much does a Breast Thermogram cost?

The cost of a thermogram depends on the part studied.  We charge $249 for an initial breast study, $329 for a torso study, and $499 for a full body. Most women agree this is a small price to pay for early breast cancer detection.

Torso: Breast, spinal, thyroid, cerebrovascular, and abdominal

Full Body: includes torso plus all extremities

Do I need a referral from a doctor to get an appointment?

No. You may book an appointment directly with our office by calling 888-800-8404.

How longs does a scan take to perform?

Approximately 20 minutes. Plan on being at our office for 30 minutes.

How long does it take to get the results?

We pride ourselves on prompt turnaround. In most cases, our Board Certified Thermographers will have the results back to our office in 1 week or less.

Can I have a thermogram if I’m pregnant or nursing?

Yes, you may. This is a harmless procedure with no radiation or physical contact involved.

What do I do if my Doctor discredits the results?

Please help educate your doctor. Even the best doctors think inside their guidelines and frequently reject new ideas and technology. Chances are they are misinformed, or not informed at all.

Dr. Alexander Sepper, MD PhD

Senior Interpreter| Vice-President PACT| Fellow, PACT| Board Certified Thermologist| Over 40 Years of Experience

Dr. Anthony Piana, DC FPACT

President, PACT| Fellow, PACT| Board Certified Thermologist| Over 25 Years of Experience