Men’s Health Screening
Most men have probably never considered the possibility of having breast cancer or a mastectomy. Although it is not common, it is possible. New cases of breast cancer in Men was estimated at 2,550 resulting in 480 in deaths. Other types of cancers in men are lung, prostate, colon/rectum, and skin cancer!
Men should consider this screening if they are athletic, or just want to practice preventive health care.
A few signs involving the breast of men that the American Cancer Society identifies are:
- Skin dimpling or puckering
- Nipple retraction/discharge
- Redness or scaling of the nipple or breast skin
- Myofacial Trigger Points
- Mid & Low Back Pain…and more!
Men’s Health Screenings captures possible functional changes with the following views:
- Head and Neck – Sinus; Allergies; Cardio/Vascular; inflammation; Gum and dental; TMJ; Thyroid; Neck injury, tension, stress and strain; Immune function; Lymphatic congestion; Cervical nerve impingement
- Chest – Monitor cardio health; Hormonal imbalance
- Upper Back – Muscular stress and strain; Evaluate Upper back pain; Review cardiovascular health
- Abdomen – Evaluate digestive issues; Lymphatic congestion; Food allergies; Review the pelvic region
- Lower Back – Muscular skeletal issues and pain
Men’s Image Health Studies
- Full Body Thermography Study
Head-to-Toe Full Body Thermographic imaging of the head, neck, thyroid, chest, abdomen, cervical neck, upper (thoracic) back, lower back (lumbar-sacral regions), full torso, legs, knees, feet, arms and hands. This study is used as a baseline.
- Half Body Thermography Study – Often referred to as a “Core” health study, this thermography study is from the head to the pelvic region and includes thermographic imaging of the head, neck, thyroid, chest, abdomen, cervical neck, upper back, lower back and full torso imaging