Flow Well a member of Breast Thermography International performs full body imaging for men and women!

With Medical Thermography, one can determine what areas you need to improve on now to possibly avoid cancer and other diseases. Monitoring yourself with Medical Thermography is a safe, accurate and an essential way to screen your entire body. Due to the number of thermographic findings that you can’t see with the naked eye, it’s ideal to have a full body scan as your baseline screening. Find out what areas you can improve on now for optimal health.

Medical Thermography cancer detection: no contact, no compression and its radiation free! An infrared camera takes images of your body checking for heat discrepancies. Early detection is your best defense and may save your life!

Medical Thermography is safe at any age and ideal for prevention.  Medical Thermography is 97% sensitive for Breast Cancer Screenings. Mammography is 83.3% sensitive. Full body thermography screenings are available for men, women and children. Don’t delay! Know what areas you need to work on now to achieve optimal health.

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Shanna Rivera is the owner of Flow Well. Shanna is devoted to her mission to improve her own health and her patients’ health through the use of Medical Thermography and many more health-enhancing modalities.

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