LifeLine Screening has become a part of many annual physicals. With the rise in the cost of insurance and patients having to pay higher fees for their insurance coverage, therefore the out-of-pocket costs for the patient are an added burden in performing preventive tests.
What LifeLine Screening offers everyone is a series of non-invasive health screenings that are affordable and when performed and tracked prevent serious illnesses and diseases. The LifeLine Screening becomes a partner in your healthcare and when you include any of the important tests on an annual basis, LifeLine becomes your health chart. They do not replace the care and health management that a regular doctor provides, but the same tests that cost hundreds and thousands of dollars in a doctor’s office or hospital can be performed for less than a doctor’s visit according to reporterexpert.com.
What to Expect at a LifeLine Screening?
What Should You Wear to Your LifeLine Screening?
A relaxed atmosphere
Professional doctors, technicians and Labtechs
Your experience should move smoothly and comfortably.
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What Are Your Selection of Tests You Can Choose From?
Comfortable clothing, preferably loose, not tight.
Top and bottom for ease of testing.
No deordorant or perfume as this may interfer with the scans that will take place.
Carotid Artery Disease Screening
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening
Atrial Fibrillation Screening
Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening
Osteoporosis Screening/Bone Density Testing
Cholesterol Screening/Lipid Panel Test
Elevated Liver Enzymes Screening
Chronic Kidney Disease Screening
Type 2 Diabetes Screening
C-Reactive Protein Screening
A Special Group of Tests called – “Six for Life”
Thyroid Disease Screening
Prostate Cancer Screening
Colorectal Cancer Screening
Several of these screenings can be grouped and 2-3 screenings performed for under $200
The LifeLine Screening has grouped several of the tests for an overall health assessment. The Six for Life Tests are suggested every 3-5 years and include: How to Schedule An Appointment:
Coronary heart disease
Congestive heart failure
COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
Visit LifeLine Screening at their website http://http://www.lifelinescreening.com/ or call 800-718-0961 to schedule a screening in your area at your convenience.