What is Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI)? DITI is a FDA-registered diagnostic imaging technique that records the thermal patterns of the body.
Physiological changes can occur within the body years before a tumor actually forms, and by tracking the body from an early stage, we can detect these disturbances and set forth a plan of defense to eliminate the problem before a person’s health is compromised and life put at risk.
The procedure is entirely non-invasive, affordable, painless and involves no radiation.
Digital thermography has been used successfully and safely for over a decade to detect physiological disturbances such as:
– Breast disease including cancer
– Thyroid dysfunction
– Nerve damage
– Detecting tumors & abnormal cells
– Other hidden risk factors
SureTouch is a revolutionary Tactile Breast Imaging (TBI) technology that is making tremendous strides in the early screening and detection of breast disease. As with any form of cancer, early detection is key, and here are a few of the reasons why SureTouch is pioneering a “new world” in breast imaging technology:
Unlike other forms of breast disease screening, SureTouch does not rely on potentially harmful x-rays, and offers complete comfort throughout the entire exam. The whole process takes between 20-45 minutes depending on areas screened.
Did you know that over half of breast diseases develop in the upper outer quadrant of the breast? This area can be difficult to image with a mammogram, which is one of the many reasons we prefer SureTouch to mammograms and other traditional forms of breast imaging.
Nothing is worse than having an exam, then waiting days, or even weeks for results. With SureTouch, results are instant, and everything is explained in detail throughout the entire process.
Simply put, digital breast imaging with SureTouch is a more effective way to detect breast disease at an early stage, as opposed to a traditional mammogram.
The American Cancer Society panel admits mammography has limitations – some women who are screened will have false alarms, some cancers will be missed and some will undergo unnecessary treatment. Women, especially African American women, are increasingly developing breast disease in their thirties. The worst thing that can be done is nothing at all.