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Includes Pre-Scan consultation
Significant findings include a medical consult
• Age 39 or older
• Must schedule prior to March 1, 2024
• Have not received a Heart CT Scan in the past 12 months
• Not currently under cancer treatment
• Full duration of your visit is around 60 minutes
• This offer is only for first time patients only
• Must attend consultation with spouse or significant other
Fill out the form on the next page, and we will contact you to schedule your free life saving scan.
Upon arrival you will recieve a personalized consultation with one of our friendly and knowledgable consultants.
Upon arrival you will receive a personalized consultation with one of our friendly and knowledgeable wellness advisors.
No Prep needed, after your consultation, we will walk you through the scanning process, it's the easiest 5 minutes of your life.
We will contact you with your results within 7-10 days. One of our experts will go over the results and answer any questions you may have.
You will receive your results within about a week. If you have significant findings our medical provider will reach out to you.
A Heart Scan can detect signs of heart disease, coronary artery disease, signs of stroke, signs of aneurysms, hiatal hernia, calcium score and more.
The CT is designed to scan broad areas whereas the MRI is better for zooming in on small areas. The main difference between a computed tomography scan like ours and an MRI scan is that the MRI scan cannot image the heart and the vessels around it. Since heart disease is the number one killer of all diseases, it is very important to have a scan that can see early signs of heart disease. Our scan can also see up to 500 different types of cancers. So early detection is the key with an advanced body scan. Advanced Body Scans computed tomography scans are considered the gold standard for imaging the heart. Since heart disease is the number one killer of all Americans, it makes sense to get this scan in lieu of an MRI. Cancer is the second leading cause of death after heart disease.
Other differences between an MRI and a Computed Tomography Scan are comfort and time. Our Advanced heart scan takes less than 5 minutes. There is no need to change clothes and there are no needles, no prep. With MRI technology, your body is covered in electronics called "coils" These coils remain in place for the entire scan and can be somewhat cumbersome. They can hold heat causing many patients to overheat during scans. Counting the time it takes to attach the coils to your body, the entire process can take upwards of 45 minutes to 75 minutes for the entire MRI process. MRIs also produce an enormous amount of noise, up to 100 decibels, and can be very problematic for people who are subject to claustrophobia.
Our simple non-surgical advanced scan requires no injections, no dyes, no fasting, or other preparations. This test has been designed with your comfort in mind. You will lie down on the table, you will go in feet first and the whole process take less than 5 minutes. Our Advanced Scanner will quickly and painlessly scan your heart and vessels around your heart looking for early signs of heart disease. It will take multiple helical images of your heart, and its vessels looking for the earliest signs of heart disease, cancer, and many other diseases.
A Heart Computed Tomography Scan, also known as a CT Heart Scan, is a valuable tool for detecting potential health issues at an early stage. You should consider getting a heart CT scan if you have individual risk factors such as obesity, environmental exposures, and especially a family medical history of disease. The following individuals may benefit from a whole-body CT scan:
People with Diabetes, overweight, diet, physical inactivity, and alcohol all put you at a higher risk for heart disease. - American Heart Association
Is it painful?
No, It is a completely noninvasive scan. There are no needles, no dyes to drink, no fasting, and no medications to take. This test takes less than 5 minutes.
If you have significant findings our medical staff will reach out to you to answer any questions you may have about the scan.
The entire process takes approximately an hour, including paperwork, vitals, medical and family health history consultation.
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