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Medical Thermography

A non-invasive imaging procedure

Are you in pain or discomfort?

Do your aches and pains move around your body?

Have you had tests which didn’t show your pain or discomfort?

Does no-one believe you are in pain or discomfort or do they think you are exaggerating?

Are you looking for a totally painless, non-invasive and medically proven procedure for the early detection of diseases?

Body Scanning Ltd based in Eastbourne
with clients throughout East Sussex offers Medical Thermography Imaging services.

No GP appointment or referral is required.

  • Completely safe
  • No radiation
  • Non-tactile
  • Non-invasive
  • Can be used for the whole body
  • Affordable
  • Helps detect disease at an early stage
  • Results within 48 hours

Inflammation over the right kidney

Breast Cancer in men

Medical Thermal Imaging is a preventative screening procedure; it can give you critical insights into how your body is functioning and can detect early danger signs. This type of scan, using state-of-the-art technology, visualises your pain and can detect anything suspicious that may be happening to your body.
Image of normal thermal changes in breast

Normal thermal changes

Thermal Image showing Inflammatory cancer of right breast

Inflammatory cancer of right breast

Ductal carcinoma in upper left breast

Ductal carcinoma in upper left breast

Medical Thermography is safe for men and women of all ages and for children. It creates a digital map of your body and temperature patterns and it is here that any abnormalities can show up. Inflammation is the first sign of disease and early detection may help to prevent associated health conditions from developing.

Thermogram Clinics held at:

Eastbourne Natural Fitness Centre
Royal Parade,
East Sussex
BN22 7AQ

For appointments call 07738 495450

Breast Scan only - £149
Region of interest - £149
Upper body - £249
Lower body - £249
Full body - £349

We accept cash, credit or debit card payments.
Prices are correct at July 2017 and maybe subject to change.