My background in orthopedic manual bodywork and lifelong interest in health are ideal for understanding anatomy and physiology to better assist in getting your images and history properly documented for the thermologists who interpret images.
I’m a clinical thermographic technician (since 2014) and was an orthopedic manual therapist prior to that (2007-2017). Using thermography to assist in locating causes of pain was a huge advantage and my bodywork practice exploded. But then my own body began screaming about being overworked so knew I had to slow down. Not knowing anything about breast cancer at the time, I began studying breast health and disease. After learning of all the over-diagnosis and fear tactics and suppression of thermology being used in some clinics, it was a no-brainer to launch a dedicated thermography clinic.
Kathy graciously helps with special projects. She is proud mother of 3 fabulous children, an advocate, volunteer and great asset to our staff. Her hobbies include organic gardening, making sauerkraut and she is rumored to be venturing into soap making.
Katie is another independent expediter of all special projects, from research to assisting with clients and patients to public education about thermography. Her hobbies include creating photographic art from natural materials and she's a creator of music. For years, The Children's Theater has tapped into her ability to make customized music to fit their performances. We hope you enjoy her art that we are proud to share on this page.
Caryn is an independent with her own bookkeeping service. She keeps track of all things financial, making sure that the accountant gets a tidy accounting of income and expenses for calculating our tax obligation. She is an active mother of four who still manages to ride her bike hundreds of miles per year, usually riding her road bike from her home near Battleground Washington to our office in downtown Portland for her monthly visit.