For those of you who are local to our new thermography clinic here in Carbondale, Illinois, there is a 10% Grand Opening Celebration discount that is due to end November 15th, 2016.
Yesterday at my annual breast thermography appointment (actual image at right) I bemoaned to my dear friend Anita Brown, Director of Midwest Medical Thermography, that I completely neglected to share with Feel The Groove
subscribers her special Grand Opening rates!
As a courtesy, Anita generously offered to extend the Grand Opening 10% discount exclusively to Feel The Groove subscribers through November 30th, 2016!
Thank you Anita! Contact Anita to schedule an appointment at
(618) 559-1317, or if you have any questions.
Midwest Medical Thermography Grand Opening Rates for Feel The Groove Subscribers (through Nov. 30th, 2016):
Region of Interest (such as head/neck, thyroid or abdomen)
Breast 2-in-1 (pay for both initial and 3-month follow up and save even more)
has sponsored regularly scheduled thermal imaging health screenings since November 2015 at Dayemi Health Center.
Now our new thermography clinic is located in the spacious Dayemi Community Center in Carbondale, Illinois.
has been a passionate advocate
of medical thermography for breast screening
, due to it being a safe
(no touch), FDA-approved
technology endorsed by the American Breast Cancer Foundation.
While no screening tool is 100% accurate every time, Feel The Groove
readers know thermography is an excellent screening tool early detection of metabolic and physiological changes in breast tissue that can lead to breast cancer. Visualizing blood and lymph flow patterns to and from the breast, thermography can show significant markers for suspicious growths, long before a tumor becomes recognizable via palpation (touch) or mammography.
And yes, Medical Thermography is far more than a breast screening tool...
This technology serves both men and women in screening for pain syndromes, nerve injury, vascular screening, soft tissue and ligament injury, autoimmune indicators, carpal tunnel syndrome and risk for stroke.