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Discover the Power of Thermography

What is Thermography? 

Thermography is a non-invasive imaging technique that uses infrared technology to detect and visualize variations in skin temperature. These temperature patterns can reveal a wealth of information about your body’s function and overall health. Unlike other imaging methods, thermography is radiation-free and completely safe. 

Our Thermography Services

At Forum Health, we offer a range of thermography services tailored to your specific needs: 

Breast Thermography

Early detection is crucial in breast health. Our breast thermography services can help identify potential abnormalities long before they become apparent through other screening methods. Thermography can detect the growth of cancer cells prior to tumor formation without involving breast compression or radiation.  

Full-Body Thermography

Our full-body thermography scans provide a comprehensive view of your overall health. It can detect issues related to inflammation, circulation, and more, allowing for early intervention and personalized wellness plans. 

Point of Interest Scan

If you suffer from chronic pain or inflammation, thermography can pinpoint the source of your discomfort, enabling targeted treatment and pain management strategies. 

Thyroid Scan

By capturing heat variations on the skin’s surface, it provides valuable insights into thyroid function and potential abnormalities. This approach can assist in early detection of thyroid disorders and guide further medical evaluation and treatment. 

Womens Health Scan

This innovative tool provides valuable information for early detection and monitoring of breast abnormalities, hormone-related issues, and circulatory health, empowering women to take proactive steps in their well-being and preventive healthcare.

Why Choose Forum Health for Thermography?

Expertise: Our team consists of experienced thermographers and functional medicine experts dedicated to your health.

Cutting-Edge Technology: We use the latest thermography equipment to ensure the highest quality imaging and accurate results.

Personalized Care: Every individual is unique, and our approach to thermography is no different. We tailor our services to meet your specific health goals.

Holistic Approach: We believe in treating the whole person, not just the symptoms. Our thermography services align with our commitment to holistic health and wellness.

"I have been going to them for an annual thermogram since 2017 when I was 35 and had some concerning lumps. Always relaxed and casual at the same time as thorough and professional. As well as, although insurance typically won’t cover thermograms, it is quite affordable compared to conventional medical and I have also just begun using my health savings account to pay for it."
Sarah C.
Forum Health Madison

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Thermography, or thermal imaging, is used for medical screening, identifying temperature variations in the body, and diagnosing conditions like breast cancer or vascular issues. 
Thermography can assist in detecting various conditions, including breast cancer by identifying abnormal temperature patterns in breast tissue. It's also used to evaluate vascular disorders by highlighting temperature variations associated with blood flow problems, such as deep vein thrombosis or peripheral artery disease. However, it's crucial to understand that thermography is typically used alongside other diagnostic methods for a comprehensive assessment and is not a standalone diagnostic tool. Consultation with a healthcare professional is essential for proper evaluation and diagnosis. 
Yes, thermography can detect inflammation in the body. Inflammation often leads to an increase in blood flow to the affected area, resulting in a temperature rise in that region. Thermography can capture these temperature variations and display them as color differences on thermal images. This can help healthcare professionals identify areas of increased heat and potential inflammation in various parts of the body, such as joints affected by arthritis or soft tissues affected by injuries. 
Full body thermography offers potential benefits such as early detection, non-invasiveness, and whole-body assessment by capturing temperature variations in the body. It can aid in monitoring progress and assessing risks for various conditions.