Two Birds Thermography                                                 


Dra. Ater se habla espanol.  Si usted desea hablar con la doctora acerca de su salud, por favor llame al numero 505 247 2127.  Ella tiene su officina en Santa Fe.

Kathryn Ater, DOM

Empowering yourself through education is the best way to stay healthy.  Read, research and seek the answers you are looking for.  There is so much information out there and, ultimately, you are the only one who lives in your body.  It is up to you to listen to it and take care of it.

Dr. Ater has been a licensed DOM in the state of New Mexico since 2002.  She is certified as a medical thermographer by The American Academy of Thermography (AAT).  AAT is the only certifying body for thermography in the United States certifying physicians only; in order to help protect high standards as thermography grows in the US.  Dr. Ater is a primary care physician with a Masters degree in Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine.  She is certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).    As part of her training, she completed an internship at the Chinese-Japanese Friendship Hospital in Beijing and later, an internship at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Sichuan province of China.  She is fluent in Spanish having lived in Oaxaca, Mexico for three years.  Additionally she is certified in cranio sacral therapy, CORE synchronism, sho ni shen and kinesiology. 

As Dr. Ater's practice grew, she found herself working mostly with women.  Her experience in women's health, particularly using herbs and acupuncture to help balance women's hormones naturally, brought her to Dr. Janet Greene, MD.  Dr. Greene was the first MD to bring thermography to New Mexico.  Her dedication and passion were reflected in her practice and attitude about the importance of thermography in women's health.

In 2006 Dr. Ater began training with Dr. Greene.  Dr. Greene was one of the forerunners in thermography in the United States. Prior to Dr. Greene's passing in December of 2009, Dr. Ater promised her that she would continue to make quality thermography available to women.  Dr. Ater follows Dr. Greene's procedures, interpretation guidelines, protocols and report layout.

As a native New Mexican, Dr. Ater is grateful for the opportunity to bring a deeper layer of empowerment to the women of her home state.  In thermography, women find another tool to help monitor their health in a safe way.

Two Birds Thermography

505 247 2127

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