Thermography Scans Can Proactively Manage Your Health
At Strength & Vitality Wellness Center, we have an opportunity for you to get a thermography scan right here in our Mt. Washington, Baltimore office several times a year.
Book your appointment now by clicking the button below. First, choose the type of thermography service you need, then make sure to select our location!
With any questions about thermography or scheduling, please contact the Longevity Centers directly at (888) 580-0040 or email thermography technician Tammy Leiner at email@example.com.
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A full-body thermogram scan can show early signs before they turn into diseases and health conditions.
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Upcoming Thermography Scans in Baltimore
Strength & Vitality Wellness Center has partnered up with Longevity Centers LLC to bring convenient thermography services to our clients.
This 15-minute, pain-free and non-invasive procedure can help detect irregular patterns without the use of radiation years before mammogram. Thermography testing can be used for early diagnosis and prevention of breast cancer between mammograms or as an alternative to mammography.
2021 Dates: June 16, August 11, October 13, and December 15.
Avoid heavy exercise, deodorant, spicy foods, hot beverages, body creams and lotions, gum chewing, and tight-fitting clothing on the day of your thermogram. Contact us if you have any questions or if you are unsure whether a thermogram is the right solution for you!
What are the benefits of Thermography?
Thermography can be used on many parts of your body, not only breast tissue, and is a good way to proactively manage your health. This test is designed to improve chances for detecting fast-growing, active tumors.
- No radiation involved – the procedure is completely safe.
- It’s pain-free and highly accurate.
- Mammography detects masses, while thermography detects development of unhealthy tissue before it turns into a disease.
- Measuring inflammation through thermal imaging on a consistent basis can also be very effective for detecting the severity of an existent medical condition.