With Taryn Kean CCT Level III.
Thursday, February 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
At the Eyes Wide Open Center - Free entrance
9200 Bonita Beach RD suite 204, Bonita Springs.
Phone: (239) 948-9444
Thermal Imaging is an advanced non-invasive and preventive health-screening tool used in early detection of breast disease, thyroid dysfunction, vascular disease and more.
Digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI) or thermography is a non-invasive, radiation free clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries by showing the thermal abnormalities present in the body. DITI is wholly unique in that it is a test of physiology and function, not of anatomy or structure, and has been used extensively in human medicine in the U.S.A., Europe and Asia for the past 20 years as a useful and economic tool in preventative health screening and adjunctive diagnostic modality.
Thermography is an invaluable tool for early detection of breast disease. All angles of the breast are imaged including the brachial plexus, where the neck joins the collar-bone, the axillae and the area of skin just below the breast. These are important areas of interest as they are the most likely locations for vascular and lymphatic activity, indicators of developing pathology.
Incorporation of medical DITI into your healthcare regime can offer considerable financial savings by avoiding the need for more expensive investigations and can provide useful additional information related to physiology and function that is outside the range of standard diagnostic testing.
Taryn Kean is a Level III Thermographer, certified by the American College of Clinical Thermology and a member of the American Medical Society of Thermology. She is a 1997 graduate of Virginia Tech. In addition to being an instructor for the American College of Clinical Thermology, Taryn owns and operates two thermal imaging clinics; Southwest Medical Thermal Imaging in Bonita Springs and EquiSpectrum, a mobile thermal clinic catering to elite equine athletes.