By getting the right health screenings, you are taking steps to increase your chances for living a longer, healthier life.
The risk of colorectal cancer increases dramatically with age. If you are over the age of 45, scheduling a colonoscopy can decrease your risk of developing colon and rectal cancer.
TAKE A COLON HEALTH ASSESSMENT
If you have questions about your heart health, start with an assessment and learn more about any risks you may have for heart-related conditions. This assessment can compare your actual age to your heart’s biological age, as well as calculate your risk of developing cardiovascular disease.
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Find out if you are risk for lung disease.
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Talk to your primary care provider about your medical history as well as the benefits of healthy screenings. At Scott Memorial, we offer:
Used to measure bone loss, a bone density scan can aid in diagnosing osteoporosis in aging women and men as well as children.
The risk of colorectal cancer increases dramatically with age. If you are over the age of 45, scheduling a colonoscopy can decrease your risk of developing colon and rectal cancer. Talk to your physician about scheduling a colonoscopy.
Over the course of a lifetime, one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. A yearly mammogram can detect early stages of breast cancer so you can begin treatment earlier.
If you are a current or former smoker aged 50 – 80 you may be at risk for lung cancer. A Lung CT Scan can detect early stages of lung cancer so you can begin treatment earlier.
Low-dose CT scan is currently the only recommended screening test for lung cancer. Clark Memorial offers special pricing through our Low-Dose CT Lung Screening Program for those at risk, including those who: