“THERMOGRAPHY: Painless, Radiation-Free & Non-Invasive Health Screening”

21 March, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Cansurvive Research Centre
69 Park Rd
Nambour QLD 4560
Eve Williamson
07 5441 5730

We warmly invite you to meet with Jessica Ehrlich, owner of the Advanced Thermography group, our highly informative speaker at the next Cansurvive Support Group meeting on Wednesday, March 21st (10am to 12.30pm).

Thermography, or Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI), is a totally non-invasive clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases & physical injuries by identifying thermal abnormalities present in the body. It is a particularly popular procedure for monitoring breast health.

Jessica Ehrlich has gained extensive international & national experience with Thermography and has pursued studies in both Naturopathy & Clinical Thermography.

On Wednesday 21st, Jessica will be joining our Support Group Meeting to share her wealth of knowledge with us and her presentation will also include demonstrations of a thermal imaging system. So she will be selecting one or two appropriate volunteers on the day to participate in the demonstrations of how Thermography can aid in identifying existing & potential medical conditions!

Jessica has been a popular presenter at previous Support Group meetings so if you’ve missed hearing her in the past, now is your opportunity to gain some in-depth understanding of Thermography and how it might assist you.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Jessica for graciously donating her time & expertise to the Cansurvive Support Group and we hope you will be able to join us on Wednesday, 21st March (10am until 12.30pm)!

Support Group meetings are held at the CANSURVIVE CENTRE, 69 Park Road, Nambour (parking in the grounds).
Phone: (07) 5441 5730
Email: info@cansurvive.org.au
Web: www.cansurvive.org.au

The Cansurvive Centre offers a wide range of supportive information available through our extensive library, educational seminars & workshops as well as invited guest speakers, Wi-Fi access, Doctor and Naturopath listings, the supportive Cansurvive Magazine, speciality shop and much more.
Support Groups are donation only and inclusive of morning tea