Northern Virginia’s Premier Prenatal Ultrasound Imaging Provider Expands Practice to Offer Medical Thermography


Medical Thermal Imaging Gaining Popularity for Ability to Detect Some Cancers and Diseases in Very Early Stages

(Fairfax, VA) – InfantSee4D – Northern Virginia’s premier prenatal ultrasound imaging

provider – recently announced the addition of medical thermography to their esteemed practice. Thermography Imaging, Inc. now offers this painless, safe, non-invasive and popular procedure which uses a thermal imaging camera to detect heat and inflammation within the body. Designed to be a complement to other forms of diagnostic testing such as mammograms, MRIs and CT scans, thermography often detects problems and areas of concern in very early stages.

According to Thermography Imaging, Inc. owner and founder Maria Christopoulos, many illnesses can be difficult to detect until it is too late. This was the case for Christopoulos herself who was diagnosed with a brain tumor several years ago.

“My own illness inspired me to seek alternative ways of detecting issues in the human body,” explains Christopoulos. “Medical thermography can be used to identify potential problem areas before they manifest. We encourage our clients to share their scans with their personal physicians. Early detection of any disease can result in a more optimistic prognosis.”

Christopoulos says that anyone at any age can benefit from medical thermography. She recommends first time clients consider a full body “baseline” scan, which provides a comprehensive view of their entire body that can be used later for comparison.

“Many people ask us to perform an initial full body thermal imaging scan, then have the scan repeated annually to identify potential problem areas,” says Christopoulos.

One particular area of interest for women is breast scans. Christopoulos says mammograms normally detect cancer after the mass becomes large enough to be felt or seen. Thermography, however, allows for the budding cells to be seen. In many cases, thermography can see changes in the breast much earlier.

“The roads must be built before the city can be formed,” explains Christopoulos.

Christopoulos says thermography is popular for younger clients who have not reached the age to begin regular mammogram screenings, yet would like to see if they have any underlying areas of concern. Women who get regular mammograms are encouraged to continue doing so based on their doctor’s recommendations.  Adding thermography to annual mammogram screenings can help detect cancers at the earliest possible stages.

“Our personal goal and vested interest is to make sure that our technology makes a difference in the lives of the families we serve,” explains Christopoulos. “As Benjamin Franklin said, ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’. Early clinical diagnosis not only allows you to begin healing sooner, it can literally save your life.”

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About Thermography Imaging, Inc.

Thermography Imaging, Inc. is a premier provider of medical thermography, also known as medical thermal imaging and digital infrared thermal imaging (DITI). This painless, safe, non-invasive procedure uses a thermal imaging camera to detect heat and inflammation within the body. In many cases, problems and areas of concern can be detected in very early stages. Thermography is designed to be a complement to other forms of diagnostic testing such as mammograms, MRIs and CT scans. Thermography Imaging, Inc. uses the Meditherm med 2000™ which features medical grade sensitivity to deliver high quality thermography scans and can operate in the narrowest of temperature ranges.  Founder and owner Maria Christopoulos is a Board Certified Medical Thermographer in DITI. She completed advanced clinical medical thermography training at the American College of Clinical Thermography.  Christopoulos earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland’s College of Behavioral and Social Sciences and has spent over a decade in the field of imaging and working with women and children. For more information, visit