The Life Line Screening Facility uses state-of-the-art technology and non-invasive procedures to screen for diseases. It’s exciting and gratifying to reap the benefits from pre screening for diseases that are prominent in the family history. People can have an existing disease with no hidden symptoms.
Life Line Screens for the #1 Killer in the United States and that’s “Heart Disease.”
The Life Line Facility screens for diseases that can be prevented and existing diseases that can be treated. There are tests for Osteoporosis bone density, Prostate, Colorectal and Lung Cancer, and Chronic Kidney disease and many others.
The screening process of Limited Electrocardiograph, Ultrasound and Finger Stick Blood Screenings will detect the presence of:
* Diabetes appears when the body has trouble producing the insulin to operate properly.
* Bad and Good Cholesterol is the “LDL” of the “Bad Cholesterol” where the fats from foods stick to the arteries and cause heart attacks and chest pains.
* Good Cholesterol is the “HDL” when high levels are present.
* Elevated Liver Enzymes can be a sign of liver damage or inflammation of the liver.
* The Irregular Heartbeat is known as Atrial Fibrillation or the Flutter of the Heart in the upper chambers.
The Life Line Screening Facility offers a new Disease Risk Assessment Screening 6 for Life. The client will be screened for:
* Heart Disease is any problem that causes the heart to beat irregularly and clogged arteries.
* Congestive Heart Failure or CHF is a condition where the heart is too weak to pump blood throughout the rest of the body.
* COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease causes the airways to be blocked and it’s hard to breathe. This disease can interfere with simple daily tasks such as walking, bathing, and dressing without help.
* Lung Cancer that is caused by unusual cell growth.
* A Stroke is a blood vessel that ruptures, or the blood flow to the brain has been interrupted and this causes the brain cells to die.
* Diabetes is a chronic disease when left undiagnosed and untreated can lead to blindness, kidney failure, and amputation from nerve damage. This disease puts a person at risk for heart disease and having a stroke.