Welcome to East Valley Thermography. I’m so glad you’re here! My name is Jennifer Douglass and my personal story is what led me to start this business, and it is what drives my passion for educating others about thermography!
In 2014, I received a breast cancer diagnosis – more specifically, invasive ductal carcinoma. This is not the kind of news anyone is ever prepared for. In fact, I don’t think most people ever really contemplate receiving that kind of news. What I can tell you is that it’s a very vulnerable place to be. With so much fear and uncertainty, I put my health in the hands of my healthcare professionals and followed their advice for surgery and radiation treatment followed by oral chemotherapy drugs. While there may be aspects of those decisions I regret, they are what led me to this place in my life and I am most grateful for that.
I am a researcher by nature, and my mission following my cancer diagnosis and treatments was to look for ways to improve my overall health at its current state. A top priority was to minimize my future radiation exposure. And, it was through that research that I stumbled upon this non-invasive, radiation-free diagnostic tool that is like no other imaging device on the market. At that time, and like most people I encounter, thermography was not something I'd ever heard of, nor was it an option ever offered by my traditional, Western-trained physicians as an alternative diagnostic tool. From the point of discovery forward, it has become my mission to bring awareness of this incredible and underused technology to the forefront of mainstream healthcare as an adjunctive option in diagnostic imaging. The applications for this technology are numerous and go far beyond simply detecting breast disease! I hope you will read further to learn how thermography might aid you on your own journey to improved health.
I received my education, training, and certification through the American College of Clinical Thermology.
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