Your Surprising Benefits of Visiting the Doctor Regularly

You may not be aware that there’s a simple, convenient way for you to understand your risk of heart disease and stroke. Life Line Screening goes beyond your regular checkup with painless ultrasound screenings that can reveal dangerous plaque buildup or blockage. These tests are not only accurate, they are:

  • Conducted in your neighborhood
  • Non-invasive, and not requiring you to remove any clothing
  • Convenient, taking a little more than an hour of your time for five valuable screenings.

Get Piece of Mind and Early Detection

The lifetime risk of stroke for middle-aged men and women is 1 in 5 for women and 1 in 6 for men, and it takes a terrible toll on families. And many people who suffer from them experience no prior symptoms or warning signs.  That’s why so many doctors have recommended Life Line Screening to their patients.

Last year alone, over 7,000 Life Line Screening customers reported that their doctors recommended Life Line Screening.  All screenings are provided right in your community, and normally cost up to $70 each. You can also receive all five recommended screenings for the special price of only $149 — and save $181.

 

This screening package includes:

  • Carotid Artery Screening (Plaque)
  • Heart Rhythm Screening (Atrial Fibrillation)
  • Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening
  • Osteoporosis Risk Assessment

The screenings will take only about one hour of your time, and you will be notified immediately of any serious findings.  Life Line Screening has screened 8 million people since 1993, and customers sometimes say that they feel the screenings saved their lives. 

There are only a limited number of available appointments, and advance registration is required.  These are the same screenings that your doctor could order for you, but they typically will not be paid for by insurance unless you already have symptoms. 

If you are aged 50 or older, you should consider getting screened.

You can call 844-591-7141 to schedule your screening or click here to learn more.

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