Medical Thermal Imaging Body & Breast Screening
100% Safe Body Screening for all the Family.
- No radiation
- Non Invasive
- Non Contact
- Medically recognised
We are a team of Clinical Thermographers offering 1005 safe body and breast screening in clinics throughout the UK. We offer a medically recognised safe screening service using high-tech, revolutionary Digital Thermal camera. To arrange an appointment please contact them on 0333 800 3003
What is DITI
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging ‘DITI’ is a high-tech revolutionary 100% safe medical screening device. It is a medically proven, non-invasive, accurate method for visualising your pain and detecting disease at an early stage.
While X-rays, CT Scans, ultrasound and MRI scans are all tests of anatomy that measures structures of your body, DITI is unique in its ability to measure your physiological changes to your metabolic process.
- 100% safe
- No harmful radiation
- Completely painless
- Medically recognised
- Full body scanning
- Half body scanning
- Single area scanning
- Dental scanning
- Full Medical Report from our dedicated tea, of Medical doctors who are also registered Thermologists
What can DITI detect:-
- Heart Disease Prevention
- Dental Issues
- Headaches and Sinus Issues
- Digestive Disorders
- Immune Dysfunction, Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
- Breast Abnormalities
Whether you have been in a car accident, had an accident at work, suffered from back or neck problems or have experienced any other unidentified pain, DITI can actually visualise your pain and you will receive a full medical report to confirm your condition.
Your first screening includes your initial consultation with an ACCT qualified Thermographer. Your medical history will be taken along with details of any problems you may be experiencing.
You will then be asked to disrobe for the scanning procedure to be performed. There is no physical contact with either the camera or from the Thermographer. The scans are taken in a private, warm, pleasant environment and the scans can be taken standing or seated.
Once the scans have been taken you will be asked to dress and your Thermographer will show you the scans that have been taken. If this is your first breast screening you will be asked to book in for your 3 month repeat scan so we can establish your unique thermal pattern.
Once you have left the clinic your Thermographer will send your medical history along with the scans to our worldwide medical team for analysis by a medical doctor.
Your full medical report will be sent to our head office and a copy of your report and scans will be emailed or posted out to you. We can also arrange to email your report and scans to your Medical Practitioner.
If you are worried about your condition we can arrange for an urgent response for a small extra fee.
100% Safe Breast Screening
Thermography is a medically recognised, non invasive, accurate method of breast screening. Every woman has a unique thermal breast pet tern that should not change over time. Any changes to the pattern may indicate the early stages of disease.thermography detects these subtle physiological changes that occur with breast pathology, whether it is cancer, fibrocystic disease, an infection or vascular disease. It is the only scan that can detect inflammatory breast cancer. Thermography can pick up early active breast disease at a stage where it is impossible for other breast screening programmes to detect.
- 100% safe – no harmful radiation
- No painful compression of the breast
We think that breast screening should be available to all women. Screening from age 50 is not early detection because younger women have breast problems too. Thermography offers a safer screening procedure for all ages.
- Females of any age
- Women who have found a breast lump
- Women with a history of breast cancer BRACA1 & BRACA2
- Women with Ductal Carcinoma in Situ DCIS
- Women with dense breast tissue
- Women with breast implants
- Women who have had a mastectomy or lumpectomy
- Women who find breast compression painful
- Women with breast cancer who want to monitor healing
- Women who do not want to subject themselves to harmful ironising radiation
- Disabled women who find other screening methods distressing