November 02, 2016

Dr. Hillary Smith – Breast Thermography Is THE SAFE Mammogram Alternative – Episode 42


Dr. Hillary Smith has maintained an Integrative Wellness and Chiropractic practice in the  Los Angeles area since 1985. In 2006, she incorporated Advanced Medical Thermography-The Breast Thermography Center into her office.  

Because of her dedication and excellence in the field, Dr. Smith was chosen to train for and  receive the  highest Clinical Thermographer certification. She personally trained with Dr. Peter Leando, an international leader in thermal imaging.

While researching options for her own pro-active health, Dr. Smith became interested in Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) or Thermography.

Further study lead her to the realization that DITI is an amazing and underutilized screening tool that could help people detect very early changes in their physiology and be used to track the efficacy of their treatment choices.

In 2006, Dr. Smith decided that educating the public about Thermography and offering a superior service was where all the roads she had traveled led to. She went to North Carolina to receive her training on the campus of Duke Medical Center through the auspices of the American College of Clinical Thermography.

Dr. Smith graduated Cum Laude from the Southern California University of Health Sciences where she earned a B.S. in Biology and a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree in 1984. She received a Doctorate of Homeopathic Medicine from The Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in 1992.

In 2005, Dr. Hillary Smith received certification in First Line Therapy, a lifestyle change program that addresses many chronic health issues and is a Certified Health Coach.

With a focus on Clinical Nutrition, she has attended numerous hours of post graduate education, including the 100 hour course of Applied Kinesiology. Continuing the study of homeopathy, Dr. Smith has attended many seminars with internationally renowned Homeopaths, including a yearlong Master Clinician Course with world class Homeopath Louis Klein.

Dr. Smith became interested in mind/body therapies during the early years of her practice, doing advanced training in several techniques, and incorporating them her practice.

In 2013, she changed the focus of the integrative chiropractic  practice to specialize in Thermography and Wellness coaching.

Hillary was born in Los Angeles and received her education locally.

She continues to study the applications of Thermal Imaging and Breast Health, and enjoys speaking engagements to educate the public about the power of early detection and proactive health. Her mission is to empower women with knowledge, truth, self acceptance and peace of mind.

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What have you heard about breast thermography? Probably not enough. It’s one of the things I’m most excited about when it comes to the prevention of the terrible disease of breast cancer simply because it enables you to diagnose a potential problem years before other methods will be able to detect an issue, and by then it could already be too late.

Breast thermography is a non-invasive technique that does NOT bombard your body with any kind of harmful radiation or chemical to do its work. It is a high resolution camera that detects the heat signature of your body’s parts and organs and highly trained technicians are able to read the picture to determine if you have any foreign masses growing in your body.

With the existence of breast thermography I don’t see any reason women should continue having mammograms done. Not only are they unneeded, they are also being show more and more to actually cause harm to women while they are doing the work of diagnosing. What kind of sense is that? I can’t see any which is why I am suggesting thermography to all my clients.

Or maybe you didn’t realize that. Mammograms are the process of running radiation through the breast in order to take a “picture” what what exists in the breast in terms of masses, cysts, etc. But the saddest part of the mammogram scheme is that the only thing proven to cause breast cancer is radiation. It’s silly. Women are encouraged to have regular mammograms which are very likely the very cause of the cancer they are trying to detect. It’s ridiculous.

I hope you take the time to listen to this conversation with Dr. Hillary Smith, my friend and licensed Thermologist. She’s got a load of great insights to share with you about how the practice of thermography could help you detect breast health problems long before they become problems. This one screening could do more to put you in charge of your health than any other medical procedure I know of.

Outline Of This Great Episode

  • [1:58] My introduction to this episode about thermography.

  • [5:10] The risks of getting breast cancer from your mammograms.

  • [9:07] My dedication of this episode to Ellen and Eileen.

  • [10:34] Who is Dr. Hillary Smith?

  • [12:50] How Hillary got into the realm of using thermography to detect breast cancer.

  • [18:44] What is breast thermography?

  • [21:50] The kinds of things to look for when doing thermography.

  • [23:30] How does a thermography session work?

  • [27:30] Why a number of thermography appointments are needed.

  • [29:10] How can breast thermography be used when you already have a lump?

  • [31:05] Why there’s nobody who can’t have a thermography.

  • [39:22] What you should do if thermography reveals something could be wrong?

  • [45:04] The margins of error in using thermography.

  • [48:10] How thermography can detect possible issues so much earlier than other methods.

  • [52:30] The pressure from the medical community to have mammograms.

  • [57:40] The growing number of medical docs who are supporting thermography.

  • [1:03:05] Other body parts that can be examined using thermography.

  • [1:05:00] How you can connect with Dr. Smith.

  • [1:05:23] Did you know the pink ribbon breast cancer campaign is funded by a controversial pharmaceutical company?

Resources Mentioned On This Episode