Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), also known as Thermography, is a 15-minute, non-invasive clinical imaging procedure of physiology. This procedure is a valuable complement to your ongoing breast healthcare plan, as well as showing changes in physiology after surgery or a sports injury to any area of your body. The benefit of adding thermography to other breast screenings is the opportunity to detect breast disease earlier than has been possible with self-exam, physical exams, or mammography alone.
Thermography detects the subtle physiological and vascular changes that can go undetected with standard screening.
About Lisa Marie Taylor
As a small business owner, mother of four, and an avid athlete, I understand how important it is to take care of yourself. I started working as a Physical Therapy Aid as a means to my P.A. Masters degree but had an opportunity to work with patients, therapists, and physicians through an orthopedic device company. I also worked in medical sales recruiting and ENT device sales. I still call on that 20 years' worth of experience and knowledge to help inform myself and my clients in my Thermography practice.
I enjoy running and have participated in ultramarathons, marathons, triathlons, as well as hiking, golfing, and just hanging out in our beautiful Marin County backyard. Making a difference in health and healthcare is, and has always been, an important factor in what I do and why I do it.
Now with thermography, I hope that I may assist many people, especially in breast health screening, in making thermography a part of a standard of care. I started getting thermography for myself about 10 years ago as an adjunct to my mammograms.
I encourage women and men to use more than one means of screening and consider different screening tools that compliment each other. Thermography sees what a mammogram can not and vice versa. Together we all can make a difference in breast health care with the right tools, early detection, and more options.
I am a Certified Clinical Thermographer from the American College of Clinical Thermology (ACCT). In association with Meditherm guidelines, all of the thermograms I take are read by certified MDs.
I am a member of IAW (International Association of Women), BNI (San Rafael chapter), MedFit Network, and I sit on the board of the Novato South Little League as well as volunteering for my fourth year as Sponsorship Chair.