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The Longevity Centers of America

Our Thermographers

OUR THERMOGRAPHERS:
Tammy Leiner, Eniko Fodor, Rhonda Keagy, Jenny Steger

Breast Thermography

Tammy Leiner
Tammy received her certification in Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) and completed advanced clinical training at Duke University Hospital under the tutelage of Dr. Peter Leando, President of the American College of Clinical Thermology (ACCT) in 2004.

Tammy became interested in the technology as a non-invasive approach to earlier detection and prevention of disease - which provides a window of opportunity for early intervention.

DITI is a diagnostic component of the holistic practitioner's assessment process. All patients can benefit by getting a thermal scan to detect the areas that need to be addressed for diagnosis and treatment. Inflammatory patterns, functional processes, degeneration and obstructions are made visible and objectively quantified. Progress can demonstrated along a course of treatments through comparative scanning. Pre and post treatment thermal scans demonstrate objective results for both the patient and provider to review.

Tammy is a passionate advocate of breast thermography - specifically, for women who want earlier detection and prevention, less invasiveness from compression and/or harmful radiation. Women of all ages can benefit from annual breast thermal scans.

She also enjoys travel, cooking and home/office design.

For more information on thermography, please go to: http://www.thermologyonline.org.

 

Contact Tammy directly via email at contact@longevitythermography.com.

 

 

Tammy Leiner

Tammy Leiner

Breast Thermography

Eniko Fodor
Eniko joined the Longevity Thermography team in 2011. She serves clients in Illinois, providing the highest quality thermal imaging presently known.

 

Eniko loves to reach out to people who want to improve their overall health. She also has a wide-range background in electro lymphatic therapy and nutrition.

 

Health is an individual responsibility: early detection and prevention is always easier than treatments! She states, “Becoming a clinical thermographer is a long-time dream come true, because I believe the highly sensitive thermal scan is not only crucial in prevention and early detection for breast health for woman, but it can detect precursors to heart disease, vascular obstruction, autoimmune disorders, skeletal, and neural dysfunction for everyone." In conjunction with an annual thermal scan, regular lymphatic drainage, and simple lifestyle changes, everyone can enhance their health and reduce the risk of disease. See and monitor the changes in your body!

 

 

 

Eniko Fodor

Eniko Fodor

Breast Thermography

Rhonda Keagy
Rhonda Keagy is a new technician under the direction of Tammy Leiner at The Longevity Center.  Rhonda is primarily working in the Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania areas conducting clinic screening appointments.  Although new to using the camera system from the lens point of view, she has actually been in front of the camera using Thermography as part of her own preventive healthcare for over 8 years.  An advocate of prevention in women’s healthcare and to Thermography specifically, she is excited to be an integrated part of this amazing opportunity to educate women on how to be their own advocates when it comes to determining the tools necessary to ensure their best healthcare.   

Rhonda is a native Marylander with 18 years of business background running her own business, but is most passionate about caring for others through the Thermography screening process.  You will be in good hands while you are assessed and treated compassionately as an individual within a positive atmosphere during your screening. Rhonda aims to partner with and empower you as she provides you with the screening necessary to address any concerns or issues.  The outcome will help you to proactively bring your body to its natural healthy state of balance using the preventative tool of Thermography.

 

 

Rhonda Keagy

Rhonda Keagy

Breast Thermography

Jenny Steger
Jenny received her certification in Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) in 2004 and completed advanced clinical thermography training in 2007 at Duke University Hospital with the American College of Clinical Thermology (ACCT).

Jenny is inspired by proactive preventative methods for detecting diseases. Thermograms provide early detection of precancerous and cancerous conditions. Thermography can detect subtle physiologic changes that accompany breast pathology such as fibrocystic disease, vascular disease, an infection, or cancer. Thermograhy significantly improves your chances for longevity and good health. Prevention is the key!

 

Jenny Steger

Jenny Steger

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