Breast Screening

Thermography offers a painless, non-invasive, state-of-the-art screening adjunct that is free of radiation and free of the dreaded squishing.

Increase your chances of detecting tumors in-between mammograms

When used as part of an early screening program, thermography gives women (and men) of all ages the opportunity to increase their chances of detecting diseases of the breast at an early stage.

Thermal imaging is designed to improve the chances of detecting fast-growing, active tumors in the intervals between mammograms. When used in conjunction with other procedures, the best possible evaluation of breast health is made.

Thermal scan of breasts indicating lymphatic congestion
Thermal image scan of breast pathology

Who should be tested?

Thermal imaging is for women of all ages. It’s especially helpful for women between 30 and 50 who may not yet have started mammograms due to the density of their breasts. Thermography can provide an objective indication that some area of the breast may need closer examination.


Breast disease tends to progress more quickly in women under the age of 50

Breast Exam Toolkit

Be prepared for your examination, and learn how to be proactive about your breast health in the long-term.

Examination Preparation

What to do (and what not to do) prior to your appointment

How to Perform a Breast Self Examination

Breast self-examination should be done once a month so you become familiar with the usual appearance and feel of your breasts. Familiarity makes it easier to notice any changes in the breast from one month to another.