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Upcoming Mobile Thermography Clinics on
Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast


Campbell River - February 23
Duncan - February 28
Courtenay - March 10
Nanaimo - March 13
Gibsons - April 15 
Powell River - April 16 and 17
Duncan - April 22
Halfmoon Bay - May 9**NEW**
Duncan - June 8
Nanaimo - June 12
Courtenay -  June 16

Call us today to book your appointment 250-947-5424
FEBRUARY Special: Bring a Friend, Save $25 Each*

*Not to be used in conjunction with other coupons or discounts.  Can be used at the Qualicum Beach clinic, or the mobile clinics in Campbell River or Duncan.  

Contact Thermography Vancouver Island at 250-947-5424 to book your appointment
Can Fear Cause Breast Cancer?
 
Breast cancer is a common fear among some women.   Some women get very overwhelmed with fear over breast cancer that they avoid any kind of breast cancer screening that could identify it.  Cortisol levels rise with fear and anxiety.  Cortisol is a hormone that affects the hormone balance and an increase cortisol levels can lead to:
  • Increase in blood sugar
  • Increase in inflammation
  • Suppression of the immune system
Knowledge and an action plan for the prevention of breast cancer can decrease the fear and anxiety and lead to a longer, healthier life.  The action plan can include identifying the risks of breast cancer and lowering those risks. 
 
Dr. Alex Mostovoy recommends women be proactive and get your hormone levels checked, eat better, exercise more, conduct breast self-exams, use breast Thermography to assess your risk, and don’t let fear stand in the way. 
 
Adapted from Dr. Alexander Mostovoy’s blog, July 17, 2014.
For the complete article or to sign-up for Dr. Mostovoy's blog, please click here
 
 
Dr. Christiane Northrup has a similar view on the fear of breast exams.  Breast exams have historically not had a positive view – women conducting exams, “sweeping” the breasts in search of something sinister and if they skip the self exams, they may end up feeling guilty about it.
 
Instead of the fear-based self-exam, Dr. Northrup suggests conducting breast exams in a loving and conscious manner, and to surround them in a positive energy field.  She adds that “examining your breasts in a spirit of fear simply increases the fear and is the opposite of what you need to create healthy breast tissue.”
 
Adapted from Dr. Christiane Northrup’s blog February 6, 2007.  For more information or to read the entire blog, please click here.
 
 
Be Your Own "Breast" Friend Workshop - February

Please join us for monthly workshops with local experts on Breast Health.  Held on the last Tuesday of each month for 2015.

Date: February 24, 2015
Time: 7 pm to 8:30 pm
Location: Thermography Vancouver Island Clinic                                                                               (#12, 221 2nd Avenue West, Qualicum Beach)
Topic: The role of emotions in breast health
Fee: $5 each workshop, includes educational material

Please call us at 250-947-5424 or check our website for the next topic. 
Are you a local business, service club, or group of women who would be interested in a short presentation about thermography?  For groups of 5 or more women, we would be happy to arrange a 20 minute presentation about the benefits of thermography, how it differs from mammograms and ultrasounds, and a brief overview of the process. 
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