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New Location for Thermography of Indy

Thermography of Indy has recently moved to a new location on the west side of Indianapolis at 6002 West 62nd Street, in Pike Township. Thermography, Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging, is an FDA-approved, brief, non-invasive, radiation- and pain-free clinical imaging procedure for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries by showing the thermal abnormalities present in the body.

“A thermogram has some advantages that a mammogram does not,” says owner and naturopathic doctor Maria Bond. “For example, thermograms can monitor breast health without the use of compression or radiation. It’s especially an option that should be mentioned to those that advocate no breast screening at all.”

Thermography is covered by some health insurance plans and is used as an aid for diagnosis and prognosis, plus monitoring therapy progress for certain conditions, including back injuries, arthritis, headache, nerve damage, artery inflammation, dental issues, digestive disorders, stroke screening, whiplash, inflammatory and unexplained pain, fibromyalgia, carpel tunnel, skin cancer, referred pain syndrome plus vascular, breast and disc diseases.

Thermography of Indianapolis shares their office with Organic Health Alliance, both operated by Bond. It offers counseling, laboratory testing, detoxification protocols, organic skincare and bodywork.

For more information or to schedule a consultation, call 317-370-5111 or visit and

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