A New Choice in Breast Health

BREAST HEALTH

1 in 8 women develop Breast Cancer, and most breast tumors have been growing slowly for up to 20 years before they are found by typical diagnostic techniques, including physical exam or mammogram.

Detecting Breast Cancer earlier gives you a life saving head start on the road to a cure and fortunately, the five-year survival rates for women whose Breast Cancer is detected in its early stages approaches 100%.

NEW CHOICE

Your new choice for early breast screening and detection is Infrared Thermology. Thermology identifies functional changes in the breast up to 8 years before the invasive, ionizing radiation of mammography can - no matter your age or circumstances. This early detection is especially vital for those 20-50 years of age: those currently considered at greatest risk due to misinformation.

All women, and especially those with dense or fibrocystic breasts, small or large breasts, breast reductions or implants, women who are pregnant or lactating, women who have undergone lumpectomies or mastectomies, and pre- or post- menopausal women now have a choice!

MEDICAL SCIENCE

Infrared Thermography is supported by more than 800 peer-reviewed studies encompassing more than 300,000 participants. Unlike mammography, there is no pain, no ionizing radiation exposure, no contact - no breast compression, and it is non-invasive - no dyes or contrast mediums are used.

John W. Gofman, MD, PhD, an authority on health effects of ionizing radiation, estimates that 75% of Breast Cancer could be prevented by avoiding or minimizing exposure to the ionizing radiation from mammography, x-rays and other medical sources.

This safe, non-toxic, highly accurate and inexpensive form of diagnostic imaging used by progressive physicians in the US and Europe since 1962 is based on heat emissions naturally occurring in the body. As the body's cells go through their energy conversion process (metabolism), they emit heat. When there is uncontrolled growth, as in a cancer or early increase in blood vessels in a cancerous area, even more heat is emitted. Thermography is able to register these heat emissions and display them in detail on a computer.

EASE

Standing in front of a Thermography camera, a set of digital computerized pictures are taken. These pictures show the body's internal heat patterns. the pictures can then be reviewed using a four-part analytic method and your results are sent directly to your physician at Full Spectrum Family Medicine.

Thermography is easy, offers peace of mind, and is vital for maintaining optimal breast health. It is the newest, safest and most accurate choice of early detection. Thermography complements self-breast exam and other appropriate follow-up tests recommended by your physician such as mammography, MRI and ultrasound.

Above Information used with the express permission of Therma-Scan Labs and Adelpha Breast Thermography

When you and your doctor include Thermology in your personal program of breast health, you have taken the single most effective step to save yourself from becoming another statistic.

Thermology is your new and best choice in early breast cancer detection.

For more information on Breast Thermography, please visit: www.AdelphaTherm.com

Linda Allchin, RN - C: 248-797-1191; Frances Sterling, DC - C: 248-884-3766 ADELPHA THERMOGRAPHY, LLC Email: adelphatherm@gmail.com 248-242-4245 6018 W. Maple Road, Suite 888, W. Bloomfield, MI 48322 Mobile Partner, Therma-Scan™ Reference Laboratory, LLC

FAQs on Thermography

Please call for Appointment Availability.

Dr. Wendy Page-Echols and Dr. Will Page-Echols Full Spectrum Family Medicine 2025 Abbot Road, Suite 100, East Lansing, MI 48823 (517) 333-8639

Full Spectrum patients will be contacted approximately two weeks following their thermogram with test results or to schedule a follow-up appointment. $195 is due at appointment time.  Patients are responsible for submitting the service to their insurance carrier.  

Available Dates:  Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 Please call Full Spectrum Family Medicine to schedule an appointment.