Thermography Center of Oregon

NOTICE  

We are expanding our services outside of Oregon beginning June 2017.  

Until then we have our thermography services available weekly then it will be offered 2x/year thereafter.  

Schedule now!

What is Thermography?

The human body has a very specific temperature pattern. Changes in this pattern, as a result of inflammation or disease, can be detected using thermal imaging. Thermography or Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) is an FDA-approved, non-invasive screening tool that uses a specialized camera to measure extremely subtle temperature changes on the skin’s surface that correlate physiologically to underlying dysfunction or pathology.

While diagnostic tools, such as mammography, MRI and ultrasound are only able to identify structural abnormalities (such as a tumor at least pea-sized), DITI looks for FUNCTIONAL abnormalities (the process that occurs before a tumor grows). It is not a replacement for diagnostic imaging but an invaluable screening tool that can provide crucial information on the origin of symptoms as well as identify pre-disease states resulting in early diagnosis. Research shows that thermal imaging can detect some cancers 8-10 years before they are visible on mammogram therefore allowing the golden opportunity for preventative treatments.

In addition, DITI can be significant in differentiating the origin of pain anywhere in the body whether neurologial, muscle, bone or cardiovascular providing more information for effective treatments.

There is no radiation, no skin contact and no discomfort. DITI is useful in ANY condition. There are no contraindications and can be safely performed on any one. For best results imaging should be repeated 3 months after the initial scan to establish an individual baseline then once per year thereafter.

 

A Gallery of some of our Images

Now Offering

Thermography For Your Pets by Animal Infrared Imaging, Inc!

Animal Infrared Imaging, Inc. specializes in medical grade thermography as means for early detection of animal disease, lameness and injury cases. They provide medical grade thermal imaging of animals – a non-invasive, sedation free and mobile technique – together with expeditious analysis of the medical findings performed by Board Certified Veterinarian Thermologists.

What To Expect At Your Visit

After scheduling, you will be sent Pre-examination instructions and an Intake Form to complete before your appointment. Once you arrive you will change into a gown and meet with our Certified Clinical Thermographer for a short review of your pertinent medical history while your body acclimates with the room temperature for accurate results. You will then be positioned in front of the thermal imager and asked to uncover specific areas while we take digital images that are visible on the computer immediately. Imaging takes about 15-30 minutes, results are reviewed and interpreted by Board-certified Medical Doctors and available in within a week. No medical referral is necessary. A short follow-up appointment can be made to discuss results with Dr. Kelley. Patients referred for imaging will follow-up with their referring provider.

Services Offered

Breast – $225

Women’s Screen (includes head, neck, thyroid, breast, abdomen/pelvis, upper and lower back) – $320

Men’s Screen (includes, head, neck, thyroid, chest, abdomen, upper and lower back) – $320

Region Specific (example: hands) – $210

Full Body Imaging – $425

Follow-up for Imaging Results – Depends on length of time needed to discuss results

Call today and schedule your appointment!

Not sure Thermography is right for you? Schedule a free, 15 minute appointment (phone or in-person) to discuss it with Dr. Kelley

503-693-0904