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Clinical Thermography NZ

Clinical Thermography NZ operates a specialist breast thermal imaging clinic at various locations around New Zealand.

Clinic Founder and Consultant Mike Godfrey, an environmental medicine practitioner, continues to contribute to the thermography reporting process at 85 years of age and recently published a 20-year review of thermography in New Zealand.


Breast thermography is different to mammography. Mammograms use x-rays to identify tumours or calcifications. Thermograms measure heat signals with infra-red cameras, to identify metabolic activity levels.


Breast Thermography

Last Updated:08/05/2024
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Clinical Thermography NZ
1416a Cameron Road, Tauranga, 3112, New Zealand

+64 (07) 543 0832
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Breast Thermal Imaging
Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging detects minute variations in the body's normal blood vessel activity, finding thermal signs which may suggest a pre-cancerous state of the breast or the presence of an early tumour that is not large enough to be detected by other means.

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