Thermography

As women, we are lucky to be living in an era where a wider selection of breast health options are available. One of these options is Regulation Thermography.

Regulation Thermography is a German technology that has been used in Europe for over 30 years, not only by alternative doctors, but also by MDs. Here in North America, the well-known woman’s health specialist, Dr. Christiane Northrup supports the use of thermography, as does Dr. Lorraine Day, an American surgeon who herself was diagnosed with breast cancer. They both acknowledge research showing the danger of too frequent mammograms, not only due to radiation but also due to compression. This is confirmed by Dr. Mercola and also by Dr. Goffman, a PhD specialist in radiation who has done extensive research in this area.

One of the advantages of Regulation Thermography is that it can detect physiological changes long before structural damages occur. Also, it has no radiation or compression and is FDA approved as an adjunctive screening device. It is wise for women to establish a baseline thermogram at a younger age so that any new changes can be monitored and treated before they become more serious. This is prevention at its best.

When getting your breasts screened, it is important to realize that breast cancer is systemic. That means that if there is an imbalance in the breast, there will be signs in other parts of the body. Following that logic, it would be wise to monitor other parts of the body as well as the breasts in order to see the total picture of health. This is where Regulation Thermography excels. In total, 119 points are measured on the body, including the head, teeth, lymph in the neck and underarms, thyroid, stomach, colon, organs and breasts.

Did you know that there are actually “breast teeth” based on the science of the meridians linking teeth to specific organs.These are teeth that correspond to the health of your breasts. If you have an imbalance in a breast tooth while you have an “abnormal” breast  signature, then that tooth should be addressed.

Did you know that the thyroid gland is a big player in breast cancer? If your thyroid is not working properly, either too low ( hypothyroid ) or too high ((hyperthyroid ) it can affect the condition of your breasts. Breast tissue is so sensitive to thyroid hormones and taking added thyroid hormones should be done with caution.

Did you know that poor lymph health means poor breast health? Since the breasts are a drainage organ full of lymph tissue, they can easily become a dumpsite for toxins. It is important to keep the lymph flowing in the neck, breasts and armpits to ensure that the breast tissue does not become clogged. Regulation Thermography can detect blockages in these areas. Beware of underwire bras, tight bras and anti-perspirants, and chemicals all of which may be indicated in lymphatic congestion.

Healthy breasts depend on many factors. If you want an additional or adjunctive picture of your breast health for prevention or to monitor any treatment that you are having for your breasts, then  it is important to also check on all the other areas mentioned above. Regulation Thermography gives you a comprehensive picture of breast health. That means, it doesn’t just look at the breasts, but also the teeth, thyroid, organs and lymph. This provides key information so that you can be more proactive in taking care of your breasts.

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Special Features

Welcome to Okanagan Thermography +. Here is a list of some of the special features you will be able to take advantage of when visiting our clinic:
  • Fast and personable response to your needs
  • Multi-disciplinary Dr Ursula can address early imbalances in the body using the different medicinal aspects she practices
  • Providing meaningful recommendations to meet individual and family needs
  • Holistic approach to treatment

About Dr Ursula

Dr. Ursula’s practice is focused on pinpointing areas of dysfunction in the body before symptoms manifest. She analyzes the thermographic findings according to both the North American Medical Model as well as the German New Medical Model.