180: What They Don’t Want You to Know About Thermography with Ashley Houchin
Ever wondered if there’s a better, less stressful way for your patients to keep an eye on their breast health rather than the traditional mammogram routine? 🤔
Mammography is thought to be the gold standard for evaluating breast health but unfortunately, there’s a dark side that the medical authorities are not talking about. The reality is that many mammograms result in misdiagnosis which leads to increased anxiety and other health consequences down the road.
It is well known that the more mammograms a woman has, the greater the chance of developing breast cancer later in life. So, what other options are available?
Well, thankfully, thermography is a much safer option and can provide the same information without the risk of radiation exposure from mammography or false positive results. By detecting heat patterns in breast tissue, thermography can provide safer physiological insight into breast health compared to the traditional mammogram.
To better explain the ins and outs of thermography, I have a special guest joining me today. Ashley Houchin, owner of Arukah Wellness in California, has scanned hundreds of women using thermography and has some surprising insights to share that fly in the face of the conventional narrative.
Not only that, but she’ll be giving her breast health recommendations for you to share with your female patients!
It’s time to break up with mammograms and start recommending thermograms instead!
In this episode you’ll hear:
👉 The potential risks and limitations of mammography.
👉 The advantages of thermography as an alternative screening method.
👉 Practical steps and recommendations for maintaining breast health.
👉 The stats behind using thermography for preventative care.
👉 The grading scale that’s used to interpret thermographic results.
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