Reviews

The Thermogram Center: Client Testimonials

Connie writes:

"Hi Jayne, Thank you so much for all your wealth of information. You did a fabulous job sharing with me valuable information about my reports plus resources. Appreciate your wonderful professional and personal expertise sharing information"

Stephanie writes:

"Tirza is in one word, amazing! Not only did she relieve my concerns about the results I received on a recent mammogram, she helped me to understand how my entire body is connected (mind, body, and spirit) and how to regain balance. I would highly recommend Tirza's services and expertise to everyone, especially those who are seeking a true holistic health experience. She provided information in a way that educated and motivated me to strive to become my best self. She gave me the power to take control of my body through diet, exercise, emotions, stress relief, etc. The investment in Tirza's services are well worth the value as her expertise and passion for what she does creates a life time commitment to holistic health!"

LeighAnn writes:

I had never done Risk Assessment Thermal Imaging before this and I was not sure what to expect in terms of the information that I would receive. I was so amazed at how beneficial and thorough the results that the exam provided. Additionally, the exam is easy, private and quick. The information that I received was extremely eye opening and had me address my health in a very different way since my thermal experience. I was so satisfied with my experience and the results that I shared the services that they provide to my family members. I recommend this technology to anyone who is looking for a REAL ACCURATE assessment of their health. Thank you Thermogram Center.

Georgia writes:

"What a wonderful and relaxing experience which is much unlike most things medically-related! Tirza knows her stuff -- the pre-appointment video she had me watch presented the entire concept of thermal assessment imaging, how important our lymphatic system really is, the great importance of healthy eating and living, and how to improve our health with lots of interesting tips and ideas. Tirza is very thorough with all her information, she's very easy to understand and follow, and when I arrived at my appointment, it was exactly as I had hoped! I highly recommend getting your thermal assessment imaging done now, if you haven't already. After the appointment, it'll make you want to share this procedure with everyone you know and care about. It was worth the 6.5 hour drive to Ft Collins, even if my home state doesn't have any thermal imaging providers!"

Leah writes:

"As a Holistic Health Coach & Neuro Nutrient Therapy Specialist, I highly recommend ALL women receive Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging and part of their regular, preventative care. I went for my own appointment with Tirza and found her to be incredibly knowledgeable and compassionate. I felt like I had an education in addition to a personal appointment. Her on going support is invaluable to me and I can tell from every interaction just how much she really cares about her clients and their well being."

Joy writes:

You’ve made me feel safe… empowered… proactive. I’m incredibly grateful. I feel very, very good.

Linda writes:

"Just wanted to let you know I am so enthusiastic and encouraged by seeing you. I do feel supported and feel that I have clear direction. I have already engaged suggestions made. I can’t thank you enough for your support and your care and your follow up. I’m encouraged and feel like I am on the right path and vital vibrant amazing healing is coming my way. I’m going to thrive, I can feel it. I thank you again, I feel on the right path."

Jill writes:

"Amazingly comprehensive information!"

Karen writes:

"I am so grateful to you for seeing me today and taking the time to explain something that is new to me and most inspiring! You have confirmed many of my own beliefs and taught me new and exciting ones as well! Many many thanks!!! Your informative session has given me new things to think about and encouragement to persevere and build upon my existing exercise routines, diet and general overall well-being."

Jennifer writes:

"It's nice to know what I can do rather than just sit around and get cancer".

Amy writes:

"I just wanted to thank you for providing me with peace of mind and an empowering tool for my current and future health. I was so impressed with the thermal imaging you did for me that I e-mailed all my female friends and urged them to utilize all that this technology has to offer. I am so relieved to know that I have a safe, thorough, high quality alternative to mammography - which will only benefit us all far more in our future (than all that radiation!) Keep spreading the word and doing the great work. Many Thanks, Amy"

Miriam writes:

"Thank you... Your dedication and expertise is a gift to all the women who come to you. With deepest appreciation and blessings for your continued health, success and fulfillment. Miriam"

Michelle writes:

"Firstly, I want to share a big thank you. I have an immense appreciation for what you provide by way of your service and advocacy for not only women and our specific health issues, but also for men. I feel incredibly blessed to have such a skilled, passionate and devoted practitioner such as you as a member of my team of providers. The level of care and detail that you provide in this field is phenomenal."

Judy writes:

"What you tell us is far beyond your duties and your job, that you are truly a dedicated preventative health professional. I'm glad that God assigned you to this job, you may never know that you have perhaps saved some from unnecessary surgeries, from bad doctors, or from death. Bless YOU!"

Sharon writes:

"I wanted to thank you for all the information... I'm finding it fascinating, enlightening, and inspiring. Thanks so much for what you do."

Judith says:

"I'm so so grateful... and it's really unexpected that the most recent test is so positive. Yeah! I can't tell you how relieved I am."

Emie writes:

"It's very comforting to be traveling this path"

Rhonda writes:

"Thank you so very much! I'm so grateful for your suggestion and your insights -- and for you - thanks for doing your job the way you do it!"

Lisa writes:

"I just wanted to tell you that you are by far the best example of professionalism and customer service that I have come across in a very long time."

Cheri writes:

"I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciate what you are doing at the Thermogram Center. I have a very strong family history of breast cancer and have been getting mammograms since age 30 (I am now 35). After doubting another negative mammogram this past September, I found out about the Thermogram Center and immediately came in for a thermogram. The results showed an abnormal temperature in the exact spot that I had been suspicious about. I want you to know I am very, very happy about the imaging results and the fact that it really inspired me to go in and insist on a biopsy. The results confirmed an invasive 1 cm lump and stage one cancer. Although further results found a second tumor (small) and some lymph node involvement, I truly believe that I will be cured and that your imaging may have helped save my life!!!! Thank You So Much, Cheri!"

Heather writes:

"My xxxx came to see you over one year ago. Her name is xxxx. She was told that her thermogram indicated highest risk for cancer and when she took it to her Doctor, he completely dismissed it. She has advanced cancer now and told me she was not sure she would survive. She was so happy that I had found you so early in my life and said she wished she had been more persistent about the results. What a shame. What a lady!"

Nancy writes:

"I cannot thank you enough for the warmth and compassion that you've showed me during my 'lump anxiety' period. Your thoughtfulness during the thermogram appointment and your positive note on the results that I received (by mail) last week all amounted to a very positive experience. I believe if women's health care was all handled with this much care, the death rate from cancer would be close to zero. Accentuating the positive means so much more than not looking for the negative. To me an angel is a person who it is an honor to meet (one of those 'how did I get so lucky' experiences), and you definitely fall into that category!... My left breast will see you in 6 months (and the right one will probably come along to keep her company)."

Lynn writes:

"When I had need of this service because of dense & fibrous tissue and three breast lumps that were unseen with standard testing The Thermogram Center was my answer! It was a pleasant, painless experience that gave me priceless piece of mind!"

Leigh Ann writes:

"I wanted to share my gratitude for all of the materials that you provide your patients with in regards to scans, reports, and information on what and how to share with our health care professional(s).

I had my Thermogram done by you at the Thermogram Center, April of this year. I have actively been informing my friends and co-workers on my experience and how impressed I have been with your interest in prevention and risk assessment.

I wanted to share with you that yestderday I had my annual gynecologic exam, and I was almost overwhelmed with the fear of sharing about my Thermorgram with my Dr. and my interest in refusing the typical standard of care practices when it comes to my breast health / assessment. However, I did it and it felt absolutely invigorating to be informed and to speak without reluctance to how important my health is to me and my interest in not waiting to find something but rather monitor my health for potential risks or increase of risks.

I began affirming my Dr. with how much I appreciated her interest in my health over the years, that I trust her and I know that because of the family history of breast cancer, that standard of care allows me a Mammogram at 35 instead of waiting until 40. I shared with her that I have actively been informing myself on how to better reduce my risks instead of waiting for an issue to arrise. Also, that along with my Thermogram that I received in April I would instead of a Mammorgram, want an Ultrasound. She hesitated (as expected), and asked why did I not want a Mammogram. I explained to her that my preference was to go non-invasive and no to minimal radiation and with that I felt Ultrasound was the better choice for me. I shared that I was aware of potential risks in my left breast and I did not want to overlook that so I want to further observe this area, and the method I choose to detect size and/or structure would be Ultrasound instead of Mammography. I briefly shared that I chose that because if there is something of concern or to be aware of, I do not want to wait to be treated, make adjustments or be cut open if it can be avoided. I shared my understanding of her needing to record my refusal for Mammography and to go ahead and include my refusal in my chart. She listened and admitted to not being familiar with the tool of Thermography but applauded my interest in being responsible for my own health. I expressed that my interest was in no way a result of doubting her care for me and I than offered the diagnostic code in which you provided in my packet to give to our healthcare providers. She issued a script to her staff so that they could order my ultrasound - yeah! However, it doesn't stop there....

So I had my Dr. willing and her staff began the attempt to order my Ultrasound - but the nurse was told by the individual on the other line that they need to do a Diagnostic 1st, they wouldn't just do an Ultrasound.....Well by this time there were 2 other nurses around listening to the conversation between myself, the nurse ordering the Ultrasound and the person on the other line. I had already been sharing with them of Thermography, I shared my images and why my interest was in Ultrasound vs. Mammography and how last year I had 2 C.A.T. scans exposing me to radiation (I'm told higher levels - I don't know), and that I don't want to add more to my body. The nurse on the phone again looked at me and said they won't do it without a Diagnostic so I asked what does that consist of, she said Mammography than Ultrasound. I told her to cancel the appointment I'm not interested - so she did! After she hung up the 3 nurses and myself continued a discussion in regards to the type of risk assessment tool Thermography offers. It was definitely new to them, yet intriguing as again I shared my images with them that they'd never seen before and could see the area of interest (my left breast 2:00 of areola). I stated that I understand that the other place doesn't want to get in trouble and that they have protocols and that they have to record my refusal and that I only want an Ultrasound, and at that point one of the nurses told the original nurse making the phone call "There you have it, call them back and let them know the patient refuses a Mammogram and she only wants an Ultrasound and they can't make her do something that she refuses to do." Needless to say the 1st place they called still said no, but the 2nd place agreed - so I am scheduled next week.

The reason for my e-mail is to share my excitement of how good it felt to not settle for what I didn't want for my health and how wonderful it was to be and feel informed. I felt like I was truly contributing to my health care and I appreciate that - so thank you very much!"

Jill writes:

"I am more confident now than ever in understanding my breast health. I feel that I now have an accurate way of having early warning... way in advance!"

Susan writes:

"The quality of your work is excellent. Thank you for introducing me to this exciting technology."

Guadalupe writes:

"Please know that I appreciate and thank the Creator everyday for your patience, love, and care of me during my difficult time. I am stronger - still hurting - but stronger. May God Bless You with Abundance!"

Jennifer writes:

"I am 34 years old. I have been scared of getting cancer ever since I watched my maternal grandmother die of pancreatic cancer when I was a freshman in high school. Then in 2007 my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 52. I also had a female cousin (daughter of aunt that had breast cancer) diagnosed with lymphoma just weeks after they found my mom’s cancer.. Then in 2008 my mom’s sister was also diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 53. A 3rd sister had breast cancer at the age of 42. So all 3 sisters in my mom’s family have had breast cancer.

All of this cancer scared me so I made an appointment to meet with a cancer genetic counselor to try and understand more about my chances of getting cancer. In preparation for that meeting, I sat down and completed a family tree which contains 9 breast cancers, 2 resulting in death, and 8 other cancers resulting in 5 deaths. However, I did not feel like my meeting with the genetic counselor was any help at all. Since my mom and neither of her sisters tested positive for the BRCA gene, then my chances of getting cancer were no higher than anyone else’s. That’s what they told me and those may be the facts, but that didn’t alleviate my fears and they didn’t give me any information to help me do anything but continue worrying.

So all of those experiences have left me saying, “It’s not a matter of IF I get cancer, but WHEN and WHERE.” But then I heard a radio broadcast that talked about thermal imaging. I made an appointment at The Thermogram Center to have breast and body thermography. I didn’t really know what to expect going in, but I thought it was a fairly inexpensive way to learn more about my risk of getting cancer. When I went in I was a little apprehensive, but by the time I finished my appointment, I had learned that there are many risk factors that affect my chances of getting breast cancer and many things that as women we are never made aware of (using birth control, benefits of breast feeding and many others). I also learned that much of my risk may have more to do with congestion and things that cause inflammation than anything else.

Additionally, the day of my appointment I purchased the book Better Breast Health - for Life! I left my appointment feeling that I had been given tools that empowered me to take control of my life and take actions to improve my overall health as well as reduce my chances of developing breast cancer. In addition to making lifestyle changes to improve my breast health, I will be able to monitor the results of my efforts with annual thermograms and hope my overall risk is going down. It is so nice to know that there is something I can do besides just sit around waiting to get cancer. I really wish to share the book and my experience with all women I know so they can work towards improving their breast health."

Joyce writes:

"Thank you for all the time you spent with me. I wish you success with your Center!" and "Having my insurance company pay was the highlight of my day!"

Kevin writes:

"I had very severe leg pain (both) in the thigh and calf along with numbness. I went to Thermogram Center to find what was causing the pain. Thermogram results indicated varicosities and possible phlebitis in my leg. The Thermogram Center allayed fears of any more serious problem. I feel it was money well spent to give me this information and give me peace of mind. Best regards."

Anne writes:

"... xxxx at Cigna is so impressed with how you run your clinic and with your love for your work. So am I! Keep that beautiful servant's heart and that passion! Your attention to detail and caring are such an inspiration."

Mindy writes:

"I thought you might like to know that your Thermograms don't lie. After two ultrasounds and two biopsies yesterday I just found out that I do indeed have two more spots of cancer in my right breast. Thanks for all of your great work."

Mary writes:

"Thank you for your care and information. I wish you success and expansion. Come to Atlanta!"

Deb writes:

"It is with sincere thanks that I say thank you. I hope things go well for your center. I will be recommending you to people."

Robin writes:

"Thank you for all your very hard, dedicated work in helping people! You truly are to be admired and honored on this incredible quest!"

Tina writes:

"I want to tell you again what a pleasure it was to meet you. You made the entire process very comfortable. Your personal touch made all the difference."

Holly says:

"I am delighted with the technology and your service has been wonderful. I won't hesitate to refer people."