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1318 S. Jefferson Mt. Pleasant, TX 75455
903-572-1128
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At Durrum Chiropractic Clinic, we take great pride in providing thermography imaging to our patients. Below is a sampling of the different thermography services we offer in our clinic.

 Thermography Imaging

Thermography uses NO radiation and NO compression/pain. The heat from your body becomes an image. Thermography is used as a risk assessment tool using risk and thermal markers for detection. Our images are sent off to IACT, Dr. William Amalu, D.C., D.A.B.C.T for processing. Dr. Amalu will look for warm blood vessels which appear different than the normal. Our office usually receives the report of findings back within 10 business days (Monday-Thursday).

Our most popular thermogram is the “Breast” Thermography. These images include images of both breast, R/L oblique’s, single close up images of both R/L, and also R/L breast lift. This process takes approximately 30 minutes from start to finish. Patient will spend 15 minutes acclimating to the room temperature and then the next 15 having images taken with an infrared camera.

We also offer “Upper” body Thermography to our patients. Upper Body Thermography includes images of your face, anterior neck, and profile views of the face, upper back, full spine, anterior forearms, posterior forearms, rad forearms, dorsal hands, palmar hands, and ulnar forearms. This process takes approximately 45 minutes from start to finish. Patient spends 15 minutes acclimating to the room temperature and then the next 30 minutes having the images taken with an infrared camera. 

Another thermography option is “Lower” body Thermography. Lower Body Thermography images include full spine, low back, gluteal, post thighs, post legs, anterior legs, R/L gait leg, R/L gait thigh, anterior thigh, dorsal feet and plantar feet. This process takes approximately 45 minutes from start to finish. Patient will spend 15 minutes acclimating to the room temperature and then the next 30 minutes having images taken with an infrared camera.

If you are looking to have a “Full Body” Thermography we offer that as well. When taking a Full Body thermogram we include all of the above mentioned images in one session. This process takes approximately an hour from start to finish. Patient will spend 15 minutes acclimating to the room temperature and then the next 45 minutes having images taken with an infrared camera.


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