Marilyn MacClellan with Image of Health mobile Thermogram imaging will be at Renova with her mobile imaging van on Tuesday, September 12th. She will be speaking about Thermograghy in the executive boardroom for those in our building interested in learning more about it on Tuesday from 10:30-11:00 and again from 12:00-12:30.
She will park her mobile van in four of the reserved parking spaces at the Harrison Opera House parking lot from 8:00am-5:00pm.
Appointments can be made online at www.fightbc.com
Traditional imaging is looking for anatomical or structural changes because you are looking for a lump. What we know is that cancer doesn’t just happen overnight. Going from a few cells to a lump takes about 7-8 years of growth.
Thermography looks at the physiology (normal functioning) of the breast and the whole body, the biochemistry. It looks at changes that are happening while it’s still at the cellular level. Thermography measures the temperature emitted from the body. Regions of increased surface temperature are often associated with increased vascular activity supplying tumors with sufficient nutrients for sustained growth. This gives us the best opportunity to make changes before we have a disease.
Image of Health is celebrating its 12th year of service to women. Our philosophy is to educate and empower women to make good breast health decisions based on knowledge, not fear. We have offices in Virginia and New York, and a mobile breast lab that travels to Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, the Eastern Shore and Washington DC.
Marilyn MacClellan is the founder of Image of Health. She is a Certified Clinical Thermographer, an Advanced Thermographer, and a Thermography Instructor. Marilyn holds a Bachelor of Nuclear Engineering, a Bachelors of Professional Health Sciences and a Masters of Oriental Medicine.