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About Us

In 1990, we embarked upon an interesting journey. At the time, our chiropractic center was making drastic changes in the way we evaluated and treated patients. Our primary goal was to improve the care we were delivering. But we knew that in order to provide better treatment we needed to identify the cause of the patient's problem first. What we needed was a sensitive test. This would help us to determine if the patient's problem was due to one major area of dysfunction or more. After evaluating many different types of testing equipment, we discovered infrared imaging.

“Discovering conditions that have been overlooked, or finding a potential problem far in advance, is extremely rewarding”

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The addition of infrared imaging made a drastic change in our practice. The more we used this technology, the greater the benefits we saw in our patients' health. With time it became apparent that we had to make this tool available to the public. Everyone needed direct access, not just the patients in our center. With this infrared imaging information in hand a patient's health care provider could focus treatment on the cause of a problem, outline a treatment plan for prevention, or care for a condition that was previously undetected.

Over the past 21 years we have been very grateful to play such an important part in our community’s health care. Discovering conditions that have been overlooked, or finding a potential problem far in advance, is extremely rewarding. It is so gratifying to hear back from patients whose lives have been drastically improved. This is strikingly so when the condition is as devastating as breast cancer.

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If breast thermography was available to women on a broader scale, the face of this horrible disease would be changed worldwide”

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On October 6, 1999, our clinic director, William Amalu, DC, lost his step-sister Robin to a 5 year battle with breast cancer. At the age of 47, she left two young daughters and the love of her life. She had faithfully listened to her doctor and had both physical breast exams and mammograms as recommended. Her mammograms did not detect her tumors, first in one breast and then later in the other. The sizes of the lumps were large, easily felt, and not detected on the images. What if breast thermography had been readily available to Robin? If breast thermography was available to women on a broader scale, the face of this horrible disease would be changed worldwide.

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