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In His Image Thermography

Melissa Cash ND

Where There is Hope There is Healing
What is Thermology

What is Thermology

Medical thermal imaging, or thermography, is a discovery tool that creates a digital road map of your body with temperature patterns, these patterns may show abnormalities that can be indicative of inflammation. Inflammation is the first sign of degenerative diseases and other chronic health conditions. Early detection of this inflammation may help to prevent those health conditions from even developing in the first place.

Why Thermology

Why should I try Thermography?

Thermography is a safe and noninvasive, which means nothing touches you or is injected into your body. 

It’s not just for breast health, this discovery tool is used for full body health screening. Inflammation is the body’s way of signaling that the immune system is busy fighting. Detecting inflammation with thermography is crucial because 90% of all diseases start with inflammation. Detecting this early is a game changer for your health. Getting annual scans and monitoring your heat patterns is truly a road map to your health and longevity. 

What is Thermology used for?

Thermography can be used for:

Breast health

Deep vein thrombosis
Digestion and colon function
General toxicity
Joint health
Thyroid health
Dental pathologies
Immune and lymphatic system function
Nerve health
Sinus infections
Lung and heart health

It is effective for men, women and children

Thermography is ideal for PREVENTIVE medicine

It is the ideal tool for early health screenings

For Women’s Health Screenin

Thermography allows for early detection and thereby timely investigation and intervention BEFORE symptoms manifest.

It’s as safe as taking a picture. No Radiation!

Nothing is emitted from the camera.

Nothing is injected into your body.

It is painless. There is no contact or compression.

Thermography can be used by women of all ages, from pre-adolescence to post-menopausal women.

What To Expect:

When you arrive we will go over your paperwork and answer any questions you have and explain how the images are taken and make sure you are comfortable with the process.


For a Breast Study, you’ll remove your clothing from the waist up, along with all jewelry. Your hair will need to be off your neck and face completely, there will be hair ties and bobby pins if needed.

For a Health Study or Full Body we’ll ask you to remove all jewelry and clothing, except your underwear.

Your comfort is a priority at all times, you will be behind a privacy curtain for all of the imaging. Your thermographer will be on the other side operating the equipment.

The images are then sent off for medical interpretation (that fee is included in the initial cost).


You will receive your report via email approximately 7-10 days after your appointment. The report will include all of the images taken, along with a written report from the interpreting doctor. Once you have received your report you can schedule a post scan consultation to review this with you to make sure that you understand the report. 

Prices include: Thermal Scans, Medical Report and Post Scan Consultation


In His Image will be here on June 9th & 10th
15 Minutes
Borger Location only April 27th and 28th
30 Minutes
Borger Location only April 27th and 28th
45 Minutes
Breast Scan
Breast Health
30 Minutes
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Wellness Study
45 Minutes
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Body Blueprint
45 Minutes
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Post Scan Consultation
Body Blueprint Review
30 Minutes
“Melissa has had a huge impact on my life simply by being all God has called her to be. She brings such Supernatural Healing into the lives of everyone she encounters. Her Prophetic Gift of hearing clearly from the Holy Spirit and sharing that Healing Balm with those in need of His touch is second to none.  She has this incredible ability to help everyone see themselves through the lens of The Father and experience His True Love for themselves. I highly recommend you experience it for yourself. "

Lynn Reid

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