St Louis Park MN Thermography Breast Abnormality Detection Services Launched

Picture MY Health, LLC, launched its updated range of breast thermography services for women in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. The center strives to help women identify breast cancer complications as soon and as early as possible.

Picture MY Health, LLC, announced the launch of an updated range of breast thermography solutions for women looking to detect early indications of breast disease. Headquartered in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, the center uses the only FDA Class I Medical Device, Infrared Camera to detect potential abnormalities as much as 8 years earlier than a mammogram.

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Thermography measures differences in temperature and breast cancer thermography screening can identify breast cancer before a person notices any physical symptoms. The newly launched abnormality detection services at Picture MY Health, LLC aim to help women focus on their health and empower them to live authentically.

Thermal imaging is a noninvasive and painless test used to monitor for early breast changes that could indicate breast cancer. Although X-rays, ultrasound, and mammography show the structure of the body, they can miss such things as active inflammation and increased blood supply that are found in many illnesses.

The device used at Picture MY Health, LLC is specifically calibrated to the human body temperatures unlike all the other cameras that are primarily designed for industrial use and modified for medical applications.

The experienced staff have all been trained and certified and accomplished as experts in the field of breast thermography. They have helped many women discover early breast complications, providing an additional opinion on issues regarding one’s health.

Picture MY Health, LLC has multiple locations in Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota. The center has served thousands of women over the last 15 years.

A satisfied patient said: “I decided to have a thermography instead of a mammogram and the report indicated that one of my breasts had activity outside of normal limits and I should follow-up with my primary care physician. I was diagnosed with invasive lobular carcinoma and my doctor said it was in its early stages but in his opinion, a mammogram would not have found this until it was Stage 3 or 4. It is a very aggressive cancer. I believe I owe my life to this early detection procedure.”

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