WE HAVE MOVED!!
We have relocated to:
13137-156 Street NW Edmonton, AB T5V 1V2
Our new telephone number is 780.455.6123
Our clinic hours remain the same: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm with opportunity for evening and weekend appointments.
To keep you informed of the latest developments. Please continue to contact us at:
EARLY DETECTION IS IMPORTANT, BUT PREVENTION IS THE KEY!
THERMOGRAPHY IS A NON-INVASIVE, RADITATION-FREE MONITORING OF BREAST HEALTH
Welcome to Alberta Thermography & Women’s Holistic Clinic.
We offer non-invasive, pain and radiation free monitoring of Breast Health, Cranial/Dental/Thyroid issues as well as many other health related disorders including:
- Chronic Nerve Injury
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Pain Evaluation
- Referred pain
- Fetal Positions
- Soft Tissue Injuries/ Sports Injuries
- Musculo-Skeletal Syndromes
Thermography used for breast health, CDT, upper or lower body scanning can aide in the assessment and staging of various dysfunctions. It is unique in qualitative and quantitative assessment and helps monitor the progression of disease.
HOMEOPATHY OFFERS HOPE
“What most Canadians aren’t aware of is homeopathy’s true stature and importance worldwide — and how fast it is gaining acceptance and both in Canada and abroad.”
Canadian Consumers Center for Homeopathy executive director Karen Wehrstein explains the hope Homeopathy offers Canadians in meeting their health care needs. Published in the National Post, click the link to read the complete story. http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2013/01/28/karen-wehrstein-homeopathy-offers-hope/
IMPORTANT UPDATE ** TCI POSITION PAPER ON RECENT CBC NEWS REGARDING THERMOGRAPHY** Position Statement
We encourage our patients and supporters to print, sign and submit the petition giving us the right to choose! Thermography Petition
RAW: Thermography explained – Breast Health assessment explained by Alex Mostovoy http://www.cbc.ca/video/watch/Shows/ID=2310147585
An image can change your life’s direction!
Pink Ribbons, Inc. is a feature documentary by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB), that shows how the devastating reality of breast cancer, which marketing experts have labeled a “dream cause,” has been hijacked by a shiny, pink story of success.