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 [email protected]
Rhonda Keagy, CCT Level 2
Rhonda is our Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania area technician. She currently holds a Certified Clinical Thermographer Level 2 certification through the American College of Clinical Thermography and has been a technician on staff since 2015. An advocate for proactive health prevention, and thermography specifically, she is excited to be an integrative part of this amazing opportunity to be part of the Longevity team. She is most passionate about caring for others through this screening service and providing education to her clients to empower them 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. She enjoys spending time with her family and good friends and she is always up for a cup of coffee and a chat!
You will be in good hands while you are professionally assessed and treated compassionately as an individual within a positive atmosphere during your screening. Rhonda seeks to be an avid partner with all of her clients as they travel through their “awake living journey” toward optimal health.
Dominique Murray, CCT
Dominique, a bilingual native of French speaking Quebec, has always been interested in holistic healing for her family. She became a client of Longevity in 2011, and in 2017, joined Longevity as a certified technician. She takes the health of her patients to heart, striving to give them the best possible experience with thermography. You will find a listening ear, and useful suggestions at your visit with her. She enjoys traveling with her husband and family, gardening and the occasional house remodeling project.
Theresa Bell Smith, CCT
Theresa Bell Smith, CCT was born in Los Angeles, CA, grew up in Austria and Germany then returned to the USA to attend College. She graduated from Lynchburg College and has been in the healthcare training arena for 20 years, which has included working as an AHA Instructor, EMT, and the capacity as a school nurse in both Arizona and Virginia. Theresa has always been interested in alternative medicine; particularly Women’s health. She knows firsthand what it is like to be a part of the health and prevention community and has since strived to be informed and educate women on the benefits of alternative treatments and even reconstruction.
Theresa became a client of Longevity in 2019, and in 2020, was so impressed by Thermography and its future, she joined Longevity as a Certified Technician. Theresa is compassionate, knowledgeable, listens, and strives to give clients the best possible experience with thermography. She loves time with her daughter, family, and friends, time outdoors, food, traveling, and reading.