Thermography Screening

Thermography is a radiation free, state-of-the-art screening procedure that uses an infrared camera to measure the temperature difference of each breast or body parts to aid in the early detection of cancer. As a tumor grows, it develops a bigger (and hotter) blood supply. This vascularity is picked up as a heat signal and forms an image like the ones shown above. In these images the heat surrounding the nipple is in excess of normal levels and a function of the increased growth of blood vessels that are feeding an underlying tumor.

Ryan and Louise Milleman are our resident thermographers. You can read more about their services at