Providing the services and technology essential to a successful thermography practice
Thermogram Assessment Services specializes in thermal image interpretation reading services for breast thermography examinations and screenings for early signs of atherosclerosis, stroke risk, and thyroid dysfunction. TAS also sells thermal imaging cameras and systems compatible with the requirements of these examinations.
Outstanding service, products, pioneering work in thermography, and innovative creations set TAS apart from all others. Our latest innovation, Spatial Thermographic Imaging©, ushers in a new era in noninvasive imaging.
Spatial Thermographic Imaging (STI) virtually peels away tissue to reveal subcutaneous anatomical details from a standard thermographic image. These visualizations disclose details that otherwise would remain hidden, and seeing those details brings clearer understanding. Seeing more means knowing more.
STI dramatically enhances the intrinsic value and credibility of the thermographic examination, bringing immeasurable benefits to practitioners and their patients. This tool is essential when the goal is to provide the best service to patients.
It's been said that one picture is worth a thousand words, and anyone who has analyzed medical thermal images or attempted to explain thermography findings to a patient knows how useful an anatomical image would be. See for yourself by clicking through the images below, how STI fulfills the need for that 'one picture,' and how that picture can reveal otherwise occult issues:
♦ Breast Thermography and ACT Examination Interpretation/Reading Services
♦ Image Analysis Software With Spatial Thermographic Imaging
♦ Integrated Systems and Thermal Imaging Cameras
♦ Experience, Knowledge and Proven Capabilities
Disclaimer: TAS embraces thermal imaging as an efficacious diagnostic tool and prognosticator of functional disorder; however, TAS also recognizes and cautions others that medical thermography is an adjunct to other diagnostic methods, and not a sole screening or standalone diagnostic modality.