Pricing, Payment & Insurance

Payment & Insurance At The Thermogram Center

Pricing, Payment & Insurance At The Thermogram Center

Regarding Insurance:

Our service codes are covered by insurers, but we are out-of-network. Health Sharing, Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts typically cover 100%. We cannot guarantee coverage. While we are a fee-for-service provider, we will provide you with a helpful Insurance Reimbursement Handout and a Visit Statement for use in filing a claim for reimbursement.

To learn about your out-of-network benefits, consider posing these questions to your health insurer:

  • Do I have out-of-network benefits (or only in-network benefits)?
    • If yes:
      • Do these benefits cover preventive services, ie CPT code 99386 (preventive medical evaluation)? Do not use the term thermography!
      • What percent of such service charges are typically applied towards the out-of-network deductible (or reimbursed to me once the deductible is met)?
      • What is my out-of-network deductible and have I met it this annum?
    • If no, please consider using Health Savings Account funds, if you have them.

Forms of Payment:

We ask that clients pay at the time of service. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or cash.


For the schedule of services and pricing, click here.


Deposit Policy:

No appointments will be scheduled without a paid $50 deposit at the time of booking. Due to the time and effort involved in arranging appointments, deposits are required to reduce rescheduling and cancellations to better serve all our clients.

  1. No credit card information is stored in our systems. (Special arrangements can be made for those without credit accounts.)
  1. All deposits are credited towards your appointment, unless you fail to notify us of a cancellation/reschedule 48 or more business hours ahead by phone call or text to 303-664-1139.

Please alert us of any questions or concerns you may have. We are more than willing to work with people regarding specific circumstances, and fully understand that things and hardships do happen. Please just be sure to keep an open line of communication with us so that everyone is on the same page. We don’t want anyone’s deposit to be forfeited.


Frequency of Follow-Up:

While the Abdomen, Back and Face Series for men and women is typically recommended every 3 - 5 years (unless there is an issue/concern that warrants more frequent monitoring) breast imaging is recommended based on Thermobiological Risk Ratings, (like the Bi-Rads scale used in mammography). Low/lowest levels of risk correspond to a 12-month follow-up, medium level to 6-months, and high/highest level to 3-months. So, unlike most Colorado thermographers, we do NOT recommend that every first-time client repeat their service in just 3 months.

Recommended Guidelines for Services

Recommended Guidelines for Services:

  • Choose imaging only if you are well experienced with our services, having had at least one consultation/image review.
  • Choose the imaging and review/consultation if you are a first-time client, a repeat client with increasing risk ratings, or a client who hasn't had a review/consultation for 3 or more years .
  • Choose the Breast and Abdomen, Back and Face Series if you are a first-time client or have not had the Abdomen, Back and Face Series for 3 or more years
  • Choose just risk factor management consultation if you are not an imaging client, or are unable to travel to our imaging locations, but are seeking risk factor management consultation.

--- Video Included --- Also, unlike most Colorado thermographers, first-time clients receive video to watch at home prior to their appointment. 

About prevention & Appointment Duration

Appointment Duration:

While most appointments require 30 – 90 minutes, we can customize imaging and/or consultation to meet your needs.

Imaging and Consultation Services Include:


Interpretive reporting
Color and B&W images
Thermobiological Risk Ratings (one for each breast)
Hormonal Grade



Videos for All First-Time Clients:

The ~45-minute Abdomen, Back and Face video and ~ 60-minute Breast video explain the terminology used in Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging, what the interpretive doctor looks for in images, and explains a variety of findings as seen in thermal images that led to further evaluation and diagnoses for breast and lung cancers, tooth socket infection, organ issues, thyroid dysfunction and more.

Image Reviews: 

When thermal images are available, we take a holistic approach to the body, discussing what potential findings are connected to others throughout the body, what risk factors might be causing those findings, where to go for further evaluation, if warranted, and what action steps can be taken for improvement. We capture this information on your Actions Checklist.

For clients with prior imaging, we compare prior images to current ones, discuss any obvious changes and perform the above review.

When no thermal images are available, we discuss your symptoms, complaints and health goals and the risk factors likely presenting areas for improvement. We capture this information on your Actions Checklist.

When consultations are provided outside of an imaging session, they are provided via phone and computer.

Educational Handouts Include:

Educational Handouts:

Framework for Health This 50+ page handout supports gut health, where life & death typically starts. It provides information on how to improve overall health by improving the diet (how, what, when and why to eat) and the ability to eliminate (after each meal). Includes ~20 levels of refinement for the diet, ~20 food sensitivities, 9 risk factors for colon cancer, and colon tests beyond colonoscopy.

Dental Care & Resources This 6 page handout supports dental and oral care, where tooth issues, i.e. abscess and cavitation, are all too common and potentially life-threatening. It provides information on: alternatives to clenching, metals/titanium and root canals; U.S. and Colorado-based dental specialists, including mercury safe dentists, cavitation surgeons, and administrators of ozone and frontal (vs full) guards; coconut oil pulling, oral rinses, essential oils, toothbrushes and toothpastes; and the tooth and organ chart showing which organs are connected to which teeth.

Miscellaneous Information This 2 page handout provides information on: how to improve bone density naturally; eight tests for female organs of the abdomen; alternatives to the PSA (prostate) test; how to travel safely through airport security with food, snacks, medications and supplements; tips to reduce the risk of stroke; and what questions to ask when cancer is diagnosed in order to choose treatment plans appropriately.

Supportive Documents Include:

Supportive Documents:

Community Resource List(s)  hundreds of integrative, natural, alternative, and/or holistic health professionals listed by specialty in your area (of Colorado).

How to Obtain Further Evaluation/Communicate with Your Doctor provides information on how to obtain an ultrasound or MRI when warranted by Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging.


Clients most often choose…

Clients most often choose the upper and lower body series because they are experiencing symptoms or simply as a non-invasive means of obtaining potential early information relevant to their state of health. The Thermogram Center's Advanced Thermography may raise the index of suspicion for something potentially life threatening, i.e. hypervascularity when it is associated with cancer. However, more common yet significant information may include findings that raise the index of suspicion for dental infection, which can be invisible to dental x-ray, but extremely relevant to bodily health. When significant thermal findings are visible, further evaluation of suspect conditions with the client's doctor is recommended. (Community Resource Sheets are available to preventive clients for use in finding doctors, dentists, and functional medicine specialists in their local community.)


Most often, because of the sensitivity of the camera, thermal imaging may raise the index of suspicion for stress, irritation, inflammation, infection, or congestion... which may occur without symptoms (and be subclinical). For instance, most of us hold tension/stress in our back muscles, so muscular irritation is commonplace. In other words, most of the time, this series delivers "nice to know" information about the functioning of the body. When thermal findings raise the index of suspicion for potential risk factors, then risk factor education and management is recommended with qualified health professionals/functional medicine specialists.


Note: Since not all health conditions present thermally, thermal imaging should not be used as a stand-alone test. Similarly, the absence of thermal findings cannot rule out significant health conditions.