6 For Life Health Assessment
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening
Atrial Fibrillation Screening
Carotid Artery Screening
Annual Key Health - Men and Women
Bone & Joint
Osteoporosis Risk Screening
Bone Health - Men and Women
Chronic Kidney Disease Screening
Colorectal Cancer Screening
High Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein Screening
Liver Function Screening
Heart Disease and Stroke
Complete Lipid Panel Screening
Kidney Function, Liver Function, and C-Reactive Protein - Men and Women
Liver, Kidney, Diabetes
Peripheral Artery Disease Screening
Prostate and Testosterone-Men
Prostate Cancer Screening
Testosterone Deficiency Screening
Thyroid Disease Screening
Type 2 Diabetes Screening
Understanding Your Results
Vital Organ Screening- Men and Women
Vitamin D Screening
Wellness Gold Program
Wellness Panel Plus-Women
Wellness Panel Premium-Men
Wellness Panel Premium PLUS-Men
What to Expect
Retirement Living Reviews
Join Our Team
Research and Publication Listing
Diet & Nutrition
What is heart (cardiovascular) disease?
How common is heart disease?
Can I reduce my risk of developing heart disease?
Why should I have health screenings done if I have no symptoms?
Which Life Line Screening blood screenings check for heart disease risk factors?
What is an Annual Wellness Visit?
What makes Life Line Screening’s disease risk assessment different from the others available?
What is the objective of preventive health screenings?
At what age should I be screened?
How often should I have these general health screenings?
Why should I have these screenings done if I have no symptoms?
Can my physician do this type of preventive health screening as part of my routine physical?
How can your company afford to do these professional health screenings for such a low cost?
Where does Life Line Screening conduct screenings?
Are the screenings given by Life Line Screening 100% accurate?
What type of equipment is used?
How can you assure the consistency and reliability of your machines?
What kind of training have your ultrasound technologists received?
Why are your screenings shorter than those performed in hospitals?
How long do the screenings take?
Can I eat or drink anything before these screenings?
Why was the Afib screening result I received from Life Line Screening different from the test I had at my doctor/cardiologist?
When and how will I receive my health screening results?
Why does it take up to 21 days to receive my results?
Who reviews the health screening results?
Will I receive the results of my health screenings or will they be given directly to my doctor?
Why don't your results give more detailed information?
What happens when a problem is identified?
Can the new osteoporosis screening results be converted into a T-score like the old report?
I have a doctor. Why do I need Life Line Screening?
How long has Life Line Screening offered these services?
What screenings can I get if I use a wheelchair?
Are there weight limits for the screenings?
Will there be doctors at the screening site?
What is the time frame for receiving the results of my colon cancer screening kit?
Are you affiliated with any hospital?
I work during the day. Can I schedule a screening later in the day?
Is Life Line Screening a for-profit or not-for-profit organization?
How do I submit my screening for insurance reimbursement?
Does Medicare or insurance cover the ultrasound and blood tests?
Didn't I already pay for my screenings?
Why did I get a bill from Medicare?
Why do I need a liver enzyme screening?
What are elevated liver enzymes?
What is involved in screening for elevated liver enzymes?
When will I receive my liver enzyme screening results?
How much time will the liver enzyme test take?
What is the Accuracy Level of the Liver Enzyme Test?
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