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  • Northeast Wisconsin
  • January 2010
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Valley Thermography

My sister-in-law was diagnosed with breast cancer over ten years ago. Her doctor wanted to schedule surgery for the following week and follow up with chemo and/or radiation, depending on how the surgery went. She decided to have a thermogram instead and chose a holistic treatment. Within six months of being diagnosed she was cancer free.

This resonated with me once I was told by my gynecologist that I needed to schedule a mammogram. I had one mammogram, but resolved to find a non-invasive alternate, which lead me to digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI). I quickly discovered there weren’t any permanent DITI facilities in the Fox Valley. Establishing Valley Thermography, LLC in Appleton and becoming a certified DITI technician filled this demand.

What is DITI? It is a non-invasive clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries by showing the thermal abnormalities present in the body. It is used as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, as well as monitoring therapy progress for conditions and injuries, including hormonal dysfunction, inflammation, lymphatic activity, disc disease, dental, vascular disease, varicose veins, sports injuries, allergies and TMJ, just to name a few. It does this without radiation, any contact with the body or pain, and is FDA approved. Images can be taken of the whole body (which takes approximately 30 minutes) or specific areas of concern (which takes 15 minutes). The process is completely private and your images are electronically sent to a thermologist (a medical doctor trained in thermography) for interpretation. Reports are generally completed and available within a few business days.

All women can benefit from DITI breast screening, especially those with denser breast tissue, making it more difficult for mammograms to be effective. Clinical DITI also provides answers in the diagnosis of acute, chronic and neuropathic pain. It allows you to visualize the pain and pathology anywhere in the body and provides a useful procedure in conjunction with other diagnostic tools.

The pursuit of the diagnosis is many times more emotional — and physically and financially draining — than the diagnosis itself. Let me help you on your journey. Call today!

Valley Thermography, LLC
Christine Haase, CCT
1111 N. Lynndale Drive, Suite 202, Appleton

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