Women's Health

Be Pro-Active About Your Health

Hindsight Thermography encourages all women to be proactive about their health and wellness. Staying on top of necessary screenings is an easy way to stay informed about your own health and health choices.

Breast thermography is a breakthrough imaging procedure where infrared images of breasts are analyzed and rated to determine the risk of developing breast cancer. With no radiation and no compression, breast thermography is a quick and pain-free means of early detection and prevention.

An abnormal infrared image is the single most important marker of high risk for developing breast cancer, and when thermography is added to a woman's regular breast health checkup, a 61% increase in survival rates has been shown.

Choosing Hindsight for your breast thermography is the best foresight!

preventative health for women
preventative health for women

Early Detection

Thermography can be essential in helping many women identify if they are a higher risk of developing breast cancer. Structural tests, such as mammograms and ultrasound, rely on finding physical legions (anatomy) while breast thermography detects asymmetrical blood vessel circulation (physiology) within the breast. By identifying a risk early, we can follow more vigilantly and recommend other forms of testing (like ultrasound, mammography, or MRI) when necessary.

Every woman should know her risk level for developing breast cancer, no matter her age! With proper risk assessment - including different testing types - you can determine your risk factors and develop an action plan on how to improve the breast tissue or even reverse the existing trend. Medical infrared thermography should be added to every woman's regular breast health care because the earlier and younger, the better.

No radiation, no compression

Thermography measures naturally-emitted body heat. No radiation is involved, it is completely non-invasive and it poses absolutely no risk or pain to the patient. Thermography is 100% safe and painless, and a breast assessment takes less than half an hour! No radiation, no compression, no pain, no contact. Our female clinical thermographers provide the imaging.  

Thermography for breast health screening
Thermography for breast health screening

Clear information from a different perspective

When thermography is used as part of a multimodal approach (including clinical examination, mammography and thermography), 95% of early-stage breast cancers can be detected. Women who have had inconclusive mammograms or physical breast examinations find that Breast Thermography can help to clarify these tests, thus enabling women to better manage their breast health.

Breast Thermal imaging is a complementary test to other breast imaging studies such as Mammography, MRI, or Ultrasound. Estrogen dominance, ductal congestion, lymphatic congestion, and angiogenesis are all breast health risk factors that breast thermal imaging can help to identify. Women with dense breasts, fibrocystic disease, small breasts, or who have a strong family history for breast disease and want to be more proactive in their breast care often consider breast thermography to help accomplish this need.

Professional & Experienced Technicians

Our clinical technicians are trained through Thermography Clinic Inc. under the guidance of Alexander Mostovoy, Board Certified Clinical Thermographer, who is recognized as a leading authority on the application of clinical thermography.

Since 1999, he has pioneered the use of thermography in his clinic in Toronto, Canada with a special interest in breast thermography and women’s health. The Thermography Clinic provides cutting edge Medical Infrared Thermography imaging and reporting services to clinics around the world, from its head office location in Toronto. Alexander Mostovoy reviews the thermography images and provides our clients with their reports within 30 days.

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Hindsight..... your best foresight! Book an appointment today to discover how to integrate the valuable data available through thermographic technology.