SCAN TYPES

OPTIONS FOR EVERYONE

CHOOSING A SCAN 101

PICK THE BEST SCAN FOR YOU

Depending on your areas of concern, health history, or additional factors you may want to explore the several options of scans that we offer. Each one targets a specific area or you can opt for a full-body scan to analyze every part of your body and establish a baseline of your thermal signature. We recommend starting with a full-body for overall physical health monitoring. Move cursor over the types of scans below to learn more and pick the best option for you or take our scan quiz to see what we'd recommend. If you have further questions about what scan would be best for you, do not hesitate to contact us. However, we recomend you start by reviewing the four types of scans we offer:

 

PRIMARY SCANS

FULL BODY SCANS

A Full Body Scan allows you to view your entire bodies unique thermal fingerprint as a whole which is extremely beneficial to you in regards to overall whole body prevention.

It allows you to visually see and address potential issues in your body that may or may not be symptomatic but in potential development.

 

As a woman, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body with Breast Scan or plan for one in the near future. 

As a man, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body Scan or plan for one in the near future.

FULL BODY SCAN

HALF BODY SCANS

Upper or lower body - with or without a breast scan included.

 

A Half Body Scan allows you to view either the upper or lower region of your bodies unique thermal fingerprint which is beneficial when wanting to focus on a specific region in regards to prevention. 

 

It allows you to visually see and address potential issues in your upper or lower body that may or may not be symptomatic but in potential development. 

As a woman, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body with Breast Scan. An Upper Body with Breast Scan is also beneficial, as the upper body health plays a key roles in the health of your breasts.

As a man, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body Scan. Upper Body Scan is beneficial too as the Upper Body helth plays a key role in your overall health.

HALF BODY SCAN

REGION OF INTEREST SCANS

Includes One Region of Interest – with or without Breast Scan included. 


A ROI allows you to view a specific area of your body’s unique thermal fingerprint which can be extremely beneficial to you in regards to prevention in that region. 


It allows you to visually see and address any potential issue in the area being scanned that may or may not be symptomatic but in potential development.


As a woman, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body with Breast Scan due to the fact that issues in one region may stem from another region in the body. 


As a man, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body Scan due to the fact that issues in one region may stem from another region in the body. 

REGION OF INTEREST SCAN

BREAST SCANS

A Breast Scan allows you to view your Breasts unique thermal fingerprint which is extremely beneficial to you in regards to overall Breast Health Prevention.

 
It allows you to visually see and address potential issues in your Breasts that may or may not be symptomatic but in potential development.


As a woman, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body or Upper Body with Breast Scan as the body as a whole plays a key role in the health of your breasts.


As a man, because men can have issues with their breasts too, it is highly recommended that you start with a Full Body or Upper Body Scan as the body as a whole plays a key role in your overall health.

BREAST SCAN