SOPHIA Natural Health Center is now providing Medical Infrared Thermography and Consultations
at Full Circle Family Care.
Screenings will be held every three months
on Wednesday* from 11:00am to 7:00pm. Please call 914.421.1500 to schedule your appointment.
Special April 10th Discount for Spring Break
SOPHIA Natural Health Center Specializes In:
• Women's Health: Hormonal Balancing, Breast Cancer Prevention,
• Screening and Treatment of Chronic Inflammation using Medical
Infrared Thermography (MIT).
SOPHIA Natural Health Center
31 Old Route 7, Brookfield, CT 06804
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), a non-invasive, state-of-the-art screening tool.
Commonly known as thermography, DITI has been found to be more effective than mammography in early cancer detection because of its unique ability to image thermovascular aspects of the breast. Studies have shown that it observes extremely early warning signs of cancer, in some cases a decade before any other detection method. The procedure is most often recommended for women under 40 who have a family history of breast cancer, women who cannot have mammograms due to prior surgical procedures or other issues such as extreme sensitivity, and women who have pacemakers or defibrillators.
Heat emissions for the body can provide an accurate diagnostic window for early signs of breast cancer or heart disease..
A nontoxic, highly accurate and inexpensive form of diagnostic imaging does exist and has been used by progressive physicians in the U.S. and Europe since 1962. Called thermography, it's based on infrared heat emissions from targeted regions of the body.
As the body's cells go through their energy conversion processes, called metabolism, they emit heat. Thermography is able to register these heat emissions, display them in a computer monitor, and thereby provide a diagnostic window into the functional physiologic status of a given body area, such as the female breast.
As present, there are perhaps 1,000 thermography devices in the U.S. for providing this detailed, clinically valuable information. For breast cancer, thermography offers a very early warning system, often able to pinpoint a cancer process five to ten years before it would be detectable by mammography.
Most breast tumors have been growing slowly for up to 20 years before they are found by typical diagnostic techniques. Thermography can detect cancers when they are at a minute physical stage of development, when it is still relatively easy to halt and reverse the progression of the cancer.