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Mike Godfrey

A merger of two companies, Clinical Thermography was established in 2010 creating a large, long running breast thermography service. The clinic operates in adherence with strict international guidelines and has clinics available at 10 different locations. Mike Godfrey has been offering breast thermography for over 7 years and is US board certified.

The Half Naked Truth book, written by Dr Mike Godfrey & Desiree DeSpong (Lymphatic drainage expert) explains why understanding breast health is useful, what women can do to improve their breast health, and what thermography can and cannot do.


Office/Reception Hours: Monday to Thursday 09:00 – 16:00



Last Updated:04/10/2020
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    Godfrey, Mike
    1416a Cameron Road, Tauranga, 3112, New Zealand

    +64 (07) 543 0832
    Therapies provided by this provider:

    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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