Thermography Services

All women and mean can benefit from DITI (Digital infrared thermal imaging) for breast screening, Thyroid, Carotid Artery, Lymphatic.

However, it is especially appropriate for women aged 30-50 years old, whose denser breast tissue makes it more difficult for mammography to be effective. This test can provide a ‘clinical’ marker to the doctor or mammographer that a specific area of the breast needs particularly close examination.

These are some key points to follow before a Thermography to ensure for optimal results.

  • Omit caffeine and nicotine at least 2 hours prior to an appointment.

  • Omit from using deodorant, lotions, perfumes, powders, oils, self-tanners and makeup on the areas to be imaged.

  • Omit from eating spicy foods or chewing gum less than 2 hours before imaging.

  • Do not attend chiropractic, acupuncture and massage treatments 2 hours prior to imaging.

  • Omit from direct sun exposure, hot tub, and infrared sauna use 2 hours prior to imaging. Clients presenting with a sunburn will not be imaged.

  • Omit exercise 2 hours prior to imaging.

How Naturopathic Doctors Assess Your Health

All of the above actions can disrupt normal blood flow and produce scans that do not reflect normal physiology.

Unlike Mammography, Thermography is a quick and easy test that is both pain and radiation free. The exam begins by taking down the patient’s medical history, and is then followed by the patient partially disrobing to adjust to the temperature of the room. Once the temperature has stabilized, the imaging begins.

At NEX Wellness, we offer an array of assessments that helps identify the imbalances and other problems that affect your health and well-being. Such assessments include:

● Hormonal Assessments: These assessments are readily available for both men and women. One of the ways of determining hormonal imbalance is through a saliva test where the saliva measures the hormones that enter the tissue. If you would like to learn more about thyroid imbalances and the hormone imbalances, please visit the links above.
● Hair element analysis: The hair root is in contact with the blood vessels that allow nutritional and toxic elements to enter the hair shaft. With the hair element analysis, Naturopathic doctors can determine the toxic elements that trigger health problems which includes anxiety and depression, memory impairment, fatigue, heart disease, and neurological problems. If you would like to learn more about the heavy metal toxicity, please click here.
● Urine Toxic and Essential Element Assessment: Every individual is exposed to potential toxins through liquid beverages, the food we consume, as well as the environment. The urine toxic assessment measures the levels of essential and toxic elements that exist in your body. The assessment includes a baseline measurement and a follow-up measurement once the chelating agent is given. The chelating agent is safe for our bodies and it encourages the release of toxic elements eliminated through in the urine.
● Thermography Imaging: this non-invasive procedure helps detect and monitor pain as well as the inflammation in the body. It is radiation free, painless, and requires no direct body contact. Thermography is a tool used to determine the therapy progress including arthritis, breast disease, headache, and so on. For more information regarding thermography, please visit here.




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Our Doctors Carry Over 20 Years Experience In The Industry. NEXWellness Has Successfully Been Serving The Burlington Area For Over A Decade.

Dr. Jacqueline Colello
Dr. Jacqueline ColelloNaturopathic Doctor
Board licensed Naturopathic Doctor. A graduate of the University of Guelph Bachelor of Science program and the four-year naturopathic program at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in Toronto, Dr. Colello has been in practice since 1999.
Dr. Joanna Sparrow
Dr. Joanna SparrowBKin, ND
After receiving her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from McMaster University in 1999, Joanna continued her studies at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. She graduated as a naturopathic doctor in 2004 and first began practicing in Vancouver, BC in a multidisciplinary health clinic.

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