Topic: Honoring and Empowering the Divine Feminine with Thermography: a gentler, more humane approach to Breast Health Assessment
Date Aired: Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Presenter: Philip Getson D.O.
Dr. Philip Getson’s webinar is entitled “Honoring and Empowering the Divine Feminine with Thermography: a gentler, more humane approach to Breast Health Assessment.”
Dr. Getson and Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging (TDI) believe in honoring the divine feminine with the gentle approach of thermography for breast health screening. Thermography utilizes state of the art, FDA approved infrared technology to provide an image of the body’s physiologic responses. Thermography detects the physiologic changes in the breast tissue that have been shown to correlate with cancerous or pre-cancerous states. Since thermal imaging detects changes at the cellular level, studies suggest that this test can detect activity eight to ten years before any other test. With Thermography the potential exists for early intervention of a proactive nature to facilitate the best possible outcomes for breast health. Thermographic screening is a totally safe painless test with no radiation, no compression and no contraindications. Thermography allows women to maintain their dignity and empowers them on every level, mind, body and spirit.
Knowledge is power.
We need your help and support to raise awareness about this very important topic. Ladies, you have a choice and now is the time to use your individual and collective voice! Join us for this educational and informative talk and be a part of the quest to bring about changes in the current medical paradigm.
About the Presenter:
Philip Getson, DO, Board Certified Thermographer. Dr. Getson has been in family practice since 1976 and has been doing thermography since 1982. Dr. Getson interprets and generates all of the reports for Thermographic Diagnostic Imaging, he has reviewed over 20,000 Thermographic studies of the breast, thyroid, dental and neuromuscular systems. He is Vice President of the American Academy of Thermology. His presentation will be “How to navigate the system in the changing face of medicine.”