Patient Intake Form Thermography Patient Protocols Existing Patient Language:

Patient Information Contact

Please fill out the entire form even if only getting a breast scan as it could be relevant to your results.

*Required fields

*First Name Male Female
*Last Name
*Mailing Address
*State/Province *Zip Code
*Birth Date
*Email Address
*Lab Location
*Have you had thermography before? Select BTI lab
Referred by

If you were referred to BTI by another practitioner, please note their name and title here.

*How did you hear about us?

Patient is expected to thoroughly complete each field to the fullest extent. upon review, the staff may return based on incomplete documentation. Interpretation will not be completed without adequate completion of this document.

Mandatory Protocols for Thermal Imaging

Patient Preparation:

Thermal imaging is a heat sensitive test. Anything which creates heat should be avoided prior to testing.

Excessive metabolic activity, friction, or any of the activities listed below which will alter heat readings.

1 Month Prior:

No minor breast surgery, i.e. biopsy

We may still perform testing after biopsy. Write this in form.

1 Week Prior:

Be cautious of too much sun exposure in order to avoid sunburn. Scans will have to be rescheduled if the patient has a sunburn of any sort.

48 Hours Prior:

Men with beards should shave their face and neck, as well as backs

Avoid all tanning and limit sun exposure

24 Hours Prior:

Avoid chiropractic care, massage therapy or acupuncture

No saunas, steam baths, hot tubs, heating pads, or hot water bottles

No analgesic creams or balms

Do not shave underarms (Should be done prior).

Reschedule if you experience a significant fever.

Refrain from sexual activity

Day of Exam:

For best results, please wear thong underwear or a jock strap for full body studies. Underwear is optional and best results are without.

Do not use creams, lotions, cosmetics, ointments, deodorant, antiperspirants, powders or any other skin product.

Please bring a hair tie to remove hair from your forehead and back of neck.

Remove all piercings and jewelry prior to exam, unless unable to.

4 Hours Prior:

Avoid hot showers or shaving

Avoid physical therapy or exercise

No coffee, tea, soda, or other beverages containing caffeine. No alcoholic beverages.

Do not smoke cigarettes or use any product which contains nicotine

Women- do not wear a bra for the 4 hours leading up to the exam

2 Hours Before the Exam:

Avoid hot or cold liquids

Avoid eating or chewing gum

Avoid using a cell phone

Prior to and During Exam:

Please inform us if you have a hot flash during the session

Try to relax prior to and during the exam. Stress will affect your exam.

*I have read the the protocols required for this method of screening and will adhere to the protocols beginning 24 hours prior to my exam.

Breast & Chest 1

*Breast/Chest Concerns

If you have a pending biopsy, note the proposed location (left or right breast, clock face numerical reference). If you have no concerns regarding this area, please enter "no concerns".

Recent Breast Symptoms: check all that apply
  Left Right
Change in Breast Size
Areas of skin thickening or dimpling
Excretions of the nipple

Click areas affected





Breast & Chest 2

*How many mammograms have you had?
*Date of last anatomical study (mammogram, MRI, ultrasound)
*What were the results of your Mammography?
*Have you ever been diagnosed with breast cancer?
Date of diagnosis
If yes, what type?

Breast & Chest 3

What type of treatment did you receive?
What kind of Hormone Therapy are you taking?
If you have other breast disorders or procedures, please list type, location, date, treatment, and results
Surgical History (Please list type, location, date, treatment, and results)

General Medical History

Please check all that apply

Hysterectomy Breast Implants Contraceptive Pills Other Breast Disorders/Procedures Hormone Replacement Therapy Currently Breastfeeding


Have you noticed any lumps in your testicles?

Problems related to

Prostate Testicles Penis

Head & Neck

Please check all that apply

Allergies TMJ Headaches Thyroid Disorder Sinus Problems Neck Pain Current Cold Asthma Bleeding Gums Smoke Recent Dental Work Carotid Artery Disease Dental Problems Personal/Family History of Stroke
*Specific Concerns

If you have no concerns regarding this area, please enter "no concerns".

Abdomen & Spine

Please check all that apply

Upper back pain Lower back pain Scoliosis Acid Reflux


Stomach Right Chest Left Chest Pelvis Abdomen
Surgical History (Please list type, location, date, treatment, and results)
*Specific Concerns

If you have no concerns regarding this area, please enter "no concerns".

Upper Extremeties

Please check all that apply

Left Shoulder Right Shoulder Left Elbow Right Elbow Left Arm Right Arm Left Hand Right Hand
Surgical History (Please list type, location, date, treatment, and results)
*Specific Concerns

If you have no concerns regarding this area, please enter "no concerns".

Lower Extremeties

Please check all that apply

Left Hip Right Hip Left Leg Right Leg Left Knee Right Knee Left Ankle Right Ankle Left Foot Right Foot Sciatica
Surgical History (Please list type, location, date, treatment, and results)
*Specific Concerns

If you have no concerns regarding this area, please enter "no concerns".

Privacy Practices and Statement of Understanding

This analysis was performed by the request of this patient or a referring physician. It is an analysis of infrared heat mapping of the skin surface temperatures. The analyses performed are based on the interpreter’s impressions without seeing the patient in person. Some of the findings may be due to artifacts or obvious benign issues that should be dismissed as pathology based on you clinical investigation. Relevant comments are made to direct the physician in clinical management. This important tool should be used in addition to the physician’s other diagnostic tools to create a complete clinical impression. The areas highlighted represent areas of concern that may need to be investigated by clinical correlation and other testing. This may include physical, exam, palpation, radiology, metabolic testing, or other traditional methods of diagnosing. Thermographic imaging is a screening test that alerts of possible areas of pathology at the indicated levels. Normal variants are also common. Sometimes pathological findings appear earlier than traditional tests. Close thermal follow-up is highly recommended over time.

Privacy Practices and Informed Consent

This covered entity maintains the confidentiality of protected health information as part of its ethical standards, ensuring privacy and providing individuals with information on its privacy practices regarding protected health information.

For Purposes of this notice, the term "covered entity" refers to Thermographic Wellness, INC, Breast Thermography International INC, The Professional Academy of Clinical Thermology, the testing doctor, the interpreter, the testing facility, the technician(s), and any person involved in the proposed exam.

You have rights concerning your private health information, your access to this information and to know how this information is used by our office. You also have rights related to our ability to contact you concerning your activity in our practice, such as recall reminders, billing and other matters related to how we communicate with you and others on your behalf. Please understand that this office and each and all of its employees and associates make every effort possible to keep confidential your private medical information at all times and with your consent only, will such information ever be shared with others.

A. The covered entity may contact the individual to provide appointment reminders or information about treatment alternatives or other health related benefits and services that may be of interest to the individual.

B. Your information will not be shared with any third party without your express written consent. Your images will be interpreted by outside interpreters and consultants, and you hereby grant permission for this purpose. Files will be transferred by email, server upload, and other forms of electronic transfer. Files may be non-encrypted. Files may be relayed for second opinion to colleagues. Your information may be used for academic purposes, at which point no names, or other identifiable information will be demonstrated.

C. Your records are available to you for review, copying or corrections by appointment and you will not be denied access to your personal health information. Any changes you request to your personal health information must be supplied to this office in writing and you will be advised within 30 days of any objection to the correction, or that the correction has been made.

D. With respect to other providers requesting your personal health information, we will require a written authorization for the release of medical records signed by you, detailing the name, address, and phone number of the requesting physician. Under no circumstance will we discuss your personal health information with anyone.

Your interpreted report will be provided to you by your Technician upon its completion. If you do not receive your report within 14 business days from the date of your scan, please contact .

*Full Name

Type your first name and last name as they appear on the intake form to sign electronically.


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Thank you for the form submission. We are looking forward to being your thermography lab.

Be sure to follow all the recommended protocols listed on the form.
For a list of these please vist Thermography Patient Protocols.Print for your records

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