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The FDA approved Thermography in 1982 as a viable adjunct to mammography. There have been more that 800 studies involving 258,000 women, many revealing the safety and reliable early detection of thermal imaging.


Thermography involves no radiation, so it's 100% safe for women at any age. Because no X-rays are involved, it can be used to follow suspicious areas at frequent intervals. Best of all it's painless and detects the earliest signs of breast abnormalities (8-10 years pre-mammogram), for women of any age. Its no wonder women choose thermal imaging as a preferred method of breast health screening.


Painless Imaging

Early indication of abnormalities

Professional interpretation by a board certified MD

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) offers the opportunity of earlier detection of breast disease than has been possible with breast self-examination, physician examination, or mammography alone. 

Each individual has her own thermal pattern, similar to a finger print (normally symmetric) that is accurate and static throughout her lifetime.  Any changes to her normal “thermal print” caused by early cell changes (pathology) will become increasingly apparent; DITI detects the formation of blood vessels necessary for tumors to grow (angiogensis). Monitoring changes over periods of time with DITI is the most efficient means of identifying subjects who require further investigation.  

In order to track changes in the breast with thermal imaging, you must have a two scans three months apart as a baseline from which future scans can be compared.

A Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) camera is used to capture and record the heat emitted from the skin surface. The resulting images are transferred onto a computer, where along with a completed questionnaire, they are sent electronically, to a private database, and forwarded to a Certified Thermologist for interpretation.
The area of the body to be imaged needs to be uncovered and cooled down for 10-15 minutes prior to scanning. The imaging takes from 10-30 minutes depending upon the region of interest.
A written interpretation and full set of images are electronically returned, downloaded, duplicated and sent to patients directly. The extra report and images may be given by the patient to their physicians for review.

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging is: 


FDA approved for breast imaging


Clinically tested to improve early detection of breast cancer


15 minute non-invasive test with no radiation and no painful breast compression  


Available in over 50 locations nation-wide

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New Dimension Thermography

        1 Stone Place, Ste 301           140 West 71 Street Suite 1C
Bronxville, NY 10708          New York, New York 10023

914-636-1842                           212-877-3181


                     Nan Bakamjian, L.AC
                      20 Vanderventer Avenue
                       Port Washington, NY 11050


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Brooklyn, NY 11238
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